“Justice League” had a lot of enemies: a looming corporate merger, a family tragedy, an internal clash between light and dark themes. Specifically, the weird, computer-generated look of his face — just one byproduct of the film’s rushed schedule. Here, according to insiders, is the story of how “Justice League” just ran out of time. Despite the assembled might of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, and The Flash, “Justice League” opened well below studio expectations, at $96 million. It’s easy to forget now, but the disappointment of “Justice League” began with success.
A good trailer can be worth its weight in gold to a studio, and it can also be more trouble than you might expect. Just ask Suicide Squad’s David Ayer, who according to industry reports was sidelined during editing of the poorly-reviewed supervillain smackdown in favour of a cut made by the company behind the film’s high-octane, Queen and The Sweet-soundtracked promos.
During an interview with The Daily Mail, the ‘hilariously frank’ Jeremy Irons revealed exactly what he thought of ‘Batman V Superman’… as well as all those terrible reviews. “Deservedly so,” he said about ‘Batman V Superman’ getting a kicking from the critics. Of course, Jeremy irons played Batman’s loyal butler, Alfred… but while his loyalty may have been unwavering on screen, it looks as though he doesn’t mind revealing what he really thinks about ‘Batman V Superman’.
If you thought ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ was big, you aint seen nothing yet as director Zack Snyder is promising something even bigger from 2017′s ‘Justice League’. The core members of the Justice League - DC’s answer to Marvel’s Avengers - are introduced in ‘BvS’, but without giving too much away, they’re still far from being a cohesive unit by the end of the film. - Zack Snyder: Why Isn’t Star Wars Critiqued For Its Death Count?
Henry Cavill thinks that the audience reaction to ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is more important than the critical response after the superhero movie was met with lukewarm reviews this week. The actress who plays Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane says these films aren’t made with the critical opinion in mind.
“Four years old is a little young to see this whole movie,” Affleck said in a Friday interview, worrying it might give young Samuel "nightmares"
You don’t need much of a disguise to fool people you’re not Superman. Henry Cavill, the actor who plays the Man of Steel in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’, hit New York’s Time Square, stood in front of a huge billboard for his new film, and managed to remain completely incognito.
It’s here – the final trailer for ‘Batman V Superman’ is online. Starring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman, the rather awesome trailer finally gives us a closer look at the Dark Knight in action.