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By Dan O'Neill WELL, we're coming to the end of what's been billed as the Summer of the Superhero. Talk about men in tights. Hollywood can't get enough of 'em.
By Matthew Price, The Oklahoman Aug. 1--SAN DIEGO -- Upgrades of old villains, revivals of past heroes, and an overall focus on character are key parts of the vision for upcoming Superman stories.
By Jackie Burrell, Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, Calif. Jul. 31--The local cineplex has been filled with superheroes all summer -- and last week's Comic-Con convention fairly brimmed with Caped Crusader wannabes.
By Chris Hicks Deseret News This has been quite a violent summer on the screens of our friendly neighborhood movie houses.
Batman fans can now fight next to the Caped Crusader and other superheroes with Sonyâ€™s launch of the worldâ€™s first multiplayer online comic book game.
By JASON SILVERSTEIN If there was ever a movie that has third act problems, it would be "Hancock." I'm not one for spoilers, but I hate the final act of "Hancock" like it cheated on me with my best friend.
By Thomas K. Arnold SAN DIEGO (Hollywood Reporter) - On the heels of "Superman Returns" storming the box office, the four original "Superman" movies starring Christopher Reeve are set to get the special DVD treatment.
On the heels of "Superman Returns" storming the box office, the four original "Superman" movies starring Christopher Reeve are set to get the special DVD treatment.
By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer wasn't kidding last July when he promised 6,500 fans at Comic-Con "lots of spectacle" and "one of the largest films Warner Bros.
By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Look! Up in the sky. It's a bird! It's a plane! Or, is it another big-budget Hollywood movie that's all flash made only for cash? Maybe not. Maybe this "Superman" is different. After a nearly 20-year absence, Warner Bros.
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