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When Heroes Get Weary: The Man of Steel Loses Hope

Spoiler Alert: storylines from the comic books Superman: Peace on Earth, Superman: For Tomorrow, and Kingdom Come are given in detail.

The Christopher Reeve Superman movies helped pave the way for the plethora and popularity of superhero films today. 1,709 more words


The Ultimate Immigrant Story: Zack Snyder's Superman

Guest Contribution by : Sheraz Farooqi

The Social, Political, & Cultural Significance of DCEU’s Superman

Superheroes have always represented what the best of humanity can be. 2,290 more words


Not Worried About Justice League Reshoots

A recent trend I’ve noticed is that everything concerning the DC Extended Universe gets analyzed and dissected more than most big budget movies. Ever since Joss Whedon took over directing duties for Zack Snyder on… 338 more words

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The Latest 'Justice League' Rumor Hints That Joss Whedon's Changes Are More Extensive Than Just A Change In Tone

There has been a lot to come out about the involvement of Joss Whedon in Justice League over the past week. Ben Affleck spoke to Entertainment Weekly about… 432 more words


Ben Affleck Addresses Zack Snyder 'Tragedy,' Says 'We Got Really Lucky' Joss Whedon Took Over

From www.thewrap.com –  Ben Affleck addresses the Zack Snyder tragedy that made the director step down from “Justice League” and director Joss Whedon step in for the reshoots.

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Ben Affleck Talks Joss Whedon's Involvement in 'JUSTICE LEAGUE'

Following Joe Morton aka Dr. Silas Stone (father/creator of Victor aka Cyborg) in JUSTICE LEAGUE, now star Ben Affleck spoke with EW and spoke more into detail regarding Joss Whedon’s involvement following director Zack Snyder’s departure after a family tragedy. 365 more words


Ben Affleck Says Both Directors Brought Their Own 'Unique Visions' To The Making Of 'Justice League'

When the blockbuster DC pal-em-up Justice League arrives in theaters later this year, it will be the product of two directors. That was never by design, of course. 258 more words