Warner Bros. has cast the actress who will finally bring Wonder Woman to the big screen.
The studio announced this morning that Gal Gadot is set to play Wonder Woman in 2015's Batman vs. Superman.
The Man of Steel sequel we've all been calling Batman vs. Superman is not, in fact, titled Batman vs. Superman. At least not yet.
That's just what everyone from here to Timbuktu has been calling it for the sake of easy identification, what with it being a movie that pits Ben Affleck's Batman against Henry Cavill's Superman.
So if it's not necessarily going to be titled Batman vs. Superman, what will Zack Snyder's superhero slugfest be called? Warner Bros. has registered a boatload of domain names that may contain the winner.
Look! Up on your 70-inch LED LCD flatscreen TV!
It's a bird! It's a plane!
It's Man of Steel on Blu-ray this Tuesday, November 12th!
If rumors are to be believed, the follow-up to Man of Steel is starting to look increasingly crowded.
Not only will be Batman vs. Superman set up a rebooted Dark Knight, but we've been hearing rumblings that several other familiar DC heroes could be appearing in Zack Snyder's sequel, too. One of those heroes, it seems, is Nightwing, the grown-up version of Dick Grayson, the original Robin.
And Adam Driver is reportedly the top choice to play erstwhile sidekick to Ben Affleck's Batman.
Speculators gonna speculate.
When three beautiful, dark-haired actresses test for a role in Batman vs. Superman, it's only natural for the internet to wonder if perhaps they're not in competition to play DC's other huge marquee superhero, Wonder Woman.
What's going on with the Man of Steel sequel that will have Superman and a new-look Batman throwing down against one another?
Well, Batman vs. Superman is gearing up to kick off principal photography early next year, so Zack Snyder has enlisted an event-movie production designer to build Metropolis, Gotham, and wherever else this DC duel might take place. That's it for hard info, but over the fence from facts, we've got rumors. One brings up the possibility of scenes already shooting on location at the Kent Farm. Another purports to know the comic book influence for a specific part of the Batsuit worn by Ben Affleck, as well as some Batmobile rumor nuggets.
Here's how hard up we are for any nugget of info on the cinematic future of DC's biggest heroes: A member of the Warner Bros. brass's non-answer saying that Wonder Woman maybe won't necessarily not show up in 2015's Batman vs. Superman qualifies as news.
Technically, I guess this is sort of our first look at Batman vs. Superman. Or Superman vs. Batman.
The Man of Steel follow-up kicks off production proper in Detroit early next year, but Zack Snyder and company will be doing some quick shooting of college football action in Los Angeles this weekend. Two images showing off the jerseys worn by the fictitious Gotham City University and Metropolis State University have landed online.
To call Hans Zimmer prolific doesn't quite do his output justice. This summer, the composer handled Man of Steel and The Lone Ranger, while fall is covered by Rush and 12 Years a Slave.
Now, the busy Oscar-winner is sharing his thoughts on two of the most anticipated event movies of 2014 and 2015, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and the Man of Steel sequel.
David S. Goyer is currently busy writing Batman vs. Superman so that the team-up sequel can meet its July 2015 release date, but the screenwriter is taking a moment to explain one of the most controversial aspects of Man of Steel.