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The Worlds of DC boasts some of Hollywoods best and brightest, but these 20 actors might've changed the game for Warner Bros.
Hollywood loves to reboot big franchises, but sometimes their new vision is just a little too dark.
There has been a lot of discussion on the future of Superman in film. CBR explores the reasons why DC should move on without him and why it should not
The line between hero and villain can get blurry but sometimes heroes act evil, and only the right villain can save us all.
The Next Boy Scout: 10 Superman Casting Decisions That Could Happen (And 10 That Are Complete Longshots)
With rumors heating about the possible replacing of Henry Cavill, we take a look at who could possibly be suiting up in the S next.
Director Zack Snyder pay tribute to Henry Cavill following a report that the actor's time as the DCEU's Superman is coming to an end.
Warner Bros. has issued a statement following a report of Henry Cavill's departure as Superman, but it doesn't provide much clarity.
Henry Cavill consistently rose above the material he was given in his three appearances as the DCEU's Man of Steel.
Superman is known as the world's biggest Boy Scout, but sometimes even the Man of Steel has a really, really bad day.
Man of Steel director Zack Snyder addresses the Easter egg that many fans believed a reference to Supergirl by saying it was meant for something else.
The DCEU is struggling right now, but some wild ideas could have saved everything or (destroyed it even more)!
Man of Steel #6 ends with a big decision by Lois Lane, which is actually for a good thing for a character so closely associated with Superman.
Man of Steel star Henry Cavill discusses what Superman killing General Zod was intended to mean to the hero's larger arc.
Man of Steel's big finale is less a conclusion and more a setting the table for Brian Michael Bendis' Action Comics and Superman runs - but is that a bad thing?
Brian Michael Bendis' first Superman story, The Man of Steel, may have just changed the Kent family forever.
Superman has already lost so much in Brian Bendis' Man of Steel, but he loses even more in the miniseries' final issue.
Superman’s red trunks reappeared as suddenly as they went away – and now, Brian Michael Bendis has given us an explanation why.