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06.22.2014

There's been a lot of speculation about what Wonder Woman's costume will look like for BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, with some reports saying she'll have the black jacket and leggings that were introduced during the New 52 era, while others said it would be more traditional. However, we now have word from a trusted and proven source on what the Amazon princess will be geared up in when she makes her first big-screen debut. In addition, we also have new information on the film, including details about Batman/Bruce Wayne, Superman, Lex Luthor, and various story elements to be featured in the superhero menagerie.

Unlike our last scoop, this one is a tad bit heavier on SPOILERS and I'd venture that we'll get a decent helping of this revealed at Comic Con next month, so for those that want to wait for that big reveal and see what director Zack Snyder has in store, I'd advise to avoid the below details. For all others, let’s get into it, shall we?

Wonder Woman’s costume:

The reports of Wonder Woman wearing the pre-new52 jacket and leggings outfit are inaccurate. Completely. The description of the outfit from our source uses the term “badass” on multiple occasions. This Wonder Woman is ripped right from the comics and has a “traditional, yet sleeker” costume that’s “battle ready.” She’ll have a blue leather skirt, silver-armored cuffs that reach to her elbows, golden tiara (with a design of some sort in the center, possibly the red star) and a variation of the traditional-looking red top (no word on additional armor on it). Her overall appearance is described as “Amazon warrior princess” and definitely not an urban reimagining. She’s there to kick ass and that’s readily apparent. Word is that WB is getting a VERY positive response on her appearance to those they’ve shown it to.

Wonder Woman’s weapons:

That’s right, not just a golden lasso here. Wonder Woman will have no less than FOUR weapons, including shield, sword, spear, and of course, the traditional lasso. It’s also noted that she will wear the shield on her back, Captain America style, when not in use.

Wonder Woman’s screen time in the film:

Her character will be introduced as “Diana” in the film initially before we ever see her as Wonder Woman. She will have a fair amount of screen time and will team up with Batman and Superman for the final battle against an un-named villain who may be working or controlled by Lex Luther. Her origin will be intentionally vague, but she is brought into the fold to show that there are other superheroes in the universe other than Superman.

Batman, The Batcave, and more Batstuff:

Batman is said to be a veteran crime fighter that will do anything it takes to get the job done. Superman is a rule follower, so they often don't see eye to eye, which is a consistent dynamic with their initial relationship. As for Batman's usual digs; Wayne Manor is there, but Bruce Wayne chooses to live on the property in a modern-looking cottage by a lake (not a van down by the river, though). Underneath the cottage is a modernized Batcave, which houses a Batwing, along with his other gear (Batmobile, batarangs, etc.).

Lex Luthor’s motivations:

Lex Luther (who is rumored to have longish red hair at the beginning of the film) thinks he is god's gift to humanity and the best that humanity has to offer, which leads to his hatred of Superman. Because Superman is basically a “god” it makes Lex feel less than perfect. Lex tries to sway people to dislike and fear Superman - and many people ARE swayed. Some see Superman as a hero, while others see him as the ultimate threat.

Pretty cool shit, right? I’m rooting for this film all the way and am exceptionally excited to see it on the big screen. I know some folks have their doubts and those that had issues with MAN OF STEEL are even harder to convince (I personally loved it – and I’m a Marvel guy), but the more accurate and trusted info I hear, the more jazzed I get for this (and the lead in to JUSTICE LEAGUE). I’m pretty sure there will be a mushroom cloud where my head used to be after seeing some of this stuff at SDCC and that is what being a movie geek is all about.

What do you guys think? Is this the right outfit for Wonder Woman on the big screen? Are you feeling better about the film with this new info?

BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE hits theaters on May 6, 2016.

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7:58AM on 06/24/2014

Oh Yeah!

Thank God for that good news on WW's threads. I was afraid it would be something entirely stupid. She is a warrior after all and a master of weapons too.
Thank God for that good news on WW's threads. I was afraid it would be something entirely stupid. She is a warrior after all and a master of weapons too.
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8:03PM on 06/23/2014
There's no way that tiny Gal Gadot can fill out that costume.
There's no way that tiny Gal Gadot can fill out that costume.
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12:34PM on 07/24/2014
She is without a doubt the worse choice ever. She's so thin it's painful to look at. NO WAY she's Wonder Woman.
She is without a doubt the worse choice ever. She's so thin it's painful to look at. NO WAY she's Wonder Woman.
10:34AM on 06/23/2014

let it go already

Why would it be inconceivable for Superman to look back on the destruction he caused, reflect on how it felt to snap Zod's neck, and then decide to become more moral and be the rule follower?
Why would it be inconceivable for Superman to look back on the destruction he caused, reflect on how it felt to snap Zod's neck, and then decide to become more moral and be the rule follower?
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10:31PM on 06/23/2014
Because that means Superman is mentally retarded. The kind of careless destruction he caused is the kind of simple minded reactionary violence that the Hulk does. The Hulk is a simple minded character, Superman is not.

But then again Superman was given a horrible father in Man of Steel. A father who told him that he should have let little kids die, and forced Clark to allow & watch him die. Those kind of questionable and psychotic morals taught to a kid by his father might realistically
Because that means Superman is mentally retarded. The kind of careless destruction he caused is the kind of simple minded reactionary violence that the Hulk does. The Hulk is a simple minded character, Superman is not.

But then again Superman was given a horrible father in Man of Steel. A father who told him that he should have let little kids die, and forced Clark to allow & watch him die. Those kind of questionable and psychotic morals taught to a kid by his father might realistically resort to the unstable Superman we got in Man of Steel.

Snyder was trying to make a darker, emotionally distraught, and scary Superman. Snyder did actually say that "Superman can do horrible things when he is mad."
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7:57AM on 06/23/2014

Interested to know

Who is this "un-named" Villain. As for Wonder Woman's clothes, it sounds very interesting. Looking forward to Comic con
Who is this "un-named" Villain. As for Wonder Woman's clothes, it sounds very interesting. Looking forward to Comic con
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7:47AM on 06/23/2014
What valuable lesson will Superman learn in this movie?
What valuable lesson will Superman learn in this movie?
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7:14AM on 06/23/2014
Wait. What do you mean Superman is a follower of the rules and Batman isn't? That's a conflict only in the comics. This new movie universe already established that Superman is more violent and is willing to cross lines that Batman isn't. Superman will throw a homicidal supervillain into the center of town for a smack down regardless of how many lives he puts at stake (how many people did Superman kill by blowing up that gas station?), he will destroy expensive government property just to make a
Wait. What do you mean Superman is a follower of the rules and Batman isn't? That's a conflict only in the comics. This new movie universe already established that Superman is more violent and is willing to cross lines that Batman isn't. Superman will throw a homicidal supervillain into the center of town for a smack down regardless of how many lives he puts at stake (how many people did Superman kill by blowing up that gas station?), he will destroy expensive government property just to make a point, and he WILL kill if he has to. This universe's Superman is more of an anti-hero who plays by his own rules.

How can they possibly force in the classic comic book dynamic between Batman & Superman after what went down in Man of Steel?
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9:08AM on 06/23/2014
No, you don't understand. He had no other choice BUT to kill! But other than flat-out murder occasionally (you see, he didn't KNOW it was bad before! But now that he's murdered someone, he'll never do it again!), he's a really good guy! Yeah, he pretty much brought the fight from deserted cornfields into the middle of Smallville, he probably killed dozens of people in the gas station, he maybe could've focused on Zod's World Engine in downtown Metropolis rather than flying to the one in the
No, you don't understand. He had no other choice BUT to kill! But other than flat-out murder occasionally (you see, he didn't KNOW it was bad before! But now that he's murdered someone, he'll never do it again!), he's a really good guy! Yeah, he pretty much brought the fight from deserted cornfields into the middle of Smallville, he probably killed dozens of people in the gas station, he maybe could've focused on Zod's World Engine in downtown Metropolis rather than flying to the one in the middle of nowhere first, he probably could've stopped that oil tank rather than jumping over it and letting it smash into even more buildings, he went on to destroy half of Metropolis in a grudge match with Zod...but he saved the world, you know! (This was extremely heavy on the sarcasm, for the folks that won't be able to tell).
9:11AM on 06/23/2014
This superman killing zod thing is getting pretty fucking tiresome I have to say. Superman killed Zod in superman 2 (regarded as one of the best superhero films - and I agree).
Oh wait, first superman took away his powers, then killed him!
oh and lois killed ursa!
Non killed himself - so that's fine.

also the city was fucking destroyed in superman 2 also AND this is all after superman is established!

oh and saving the world means stopping the villain.
if some woman is about to be
This superman killing zod thing is getting pretty fucking tiresome I have to say. Superman killed Zod in superman 2 (regarded as one of the best superhero films - and I agree).
Oh wait, first superman took away his powers, then killed him!
oh and lois killed ursa!
Non killed himself - so that's fine.

also the city was fucking destroyed in superman 2 also AND this is all after superman is established!

oh and saving the world means stopping the villain.
if some woman is about to be killed by a tanker that zod throws and superman jumps in to save her, he gets distracted zod comes up behind him and kills superman.
well superman saved the woman, but now that he is dead zod kills the planet. I guess that's a better ending.

its a WAR innocent people will get killed.
I agree that I want more of superman saving people but its not the fucking be all end all of the film.
9:48AM on 06/23/2014
@j-man, The problem with that is the fact that bringing up another movie doesn't exactly change anything in THIS one. Okay, so Superman killed Zod in Superman 2. Saying that he killed someone in a movie decades ago and using that to defend MoS is such a strawman argument. Another movie with a terribly misguided aspect doesn't somehow make THIS bad movie good all of a sudden. Also, it's comparing apples and oranges. The only similarity between the two movies is that Superman is the main
@j-man, The problem with that is the fact that bringing up another movie doesn't exactly change anything in THIS one. Okay, so Superman killed Zod in Superman 2. Saying that he killed someone in a movie decades ago and using that to defend MoS is such a strawman argument. Another movie with a terribly misguided aspect doesn't somehow make THIS bad movie good all of a sudden. Also, it's comparing apples and oranges. The only similarity between the two movies is that Superman is the main character. EVERYTHING else is completely different: the times we live in, the cynicism we've grown accustomed to, our feelings on an ideal Superman, the deluge of mass destruction we've been seeing in movies lately, living in a post-9/11 world...seriously, there's no comparison.

And piggybacking off that, there's absolutely no excuse for a post 9/11 movie to feature HEAVY 9/11 imagery and NOT address that in any way, shape, or form. It had absolutely NO impact on the rest of the film, which proves it was nothing more than some pretty visuals for the sake of it. It's irresponsible. And don't say it'll be addressed in the sequel. That's another problem in movies today: they no longer tell self-contained stories. They rely on sequels to complete plot threads that should be taken care of in one film. That's a major reason why The Amazing Spider-Man franchise is regarded so poorly.

So personally, I think I take issue with the destruction and death more than I do with the killing of Zod. But the reasoning behind killing Zod is flimsy, indulgent, and frankly, nothing more than a shock tactic. That kind of sums up the entirety of MoS.
10:22AM on 06/23/2014
Superman killing Zod was just horrid icing on an already bad cake. It was just so forced, and like SauronsBANE said, it was only a shock tactic.

Even Christopher Nolan told both Snyder & Goyer it was a bad idea: [link]

Read that whole thing. Snyder says that you don't want to get Superman mad because he is capable of horrible things. Fucking seriously? Snyder doesn't get Superman at all.
Superman killing Zod was just horrid icing on an already bad cake. It was just so forced, and like SauronsBANE said, it was only a shock tactic.

Even Christopher Nolan told both Snyder & Goyer it was a bad idea: [link]

Read that whole thing. Snyder says that you don't want to get Superman mad because he is capable of horrible things. Fucking seriously? Snyder doesn't get Superman at all.
10:27AM on 06/23/2014
Marvel fanboy right here.
Marvel fanboy right here.
10:35AM on 06/23/2014
Bane - the problem tho is no one is comparing the modern superman film version to the modern superman comic version. they are comparing to the reeve series (silver/bronze age) - most people I talk to who have problems with man of steel are comparing to the reeve films.

Superman in the recent new 52 action comics was threatening guys (hold a guy off a ledge - which is a batman tactic) and doing what he thought was right for the greater good, not fair justice. I think he has to kill Zod - if
Bane - the problem tho is no one is comparing the modern superman film version to the modern superman comic version. they are comparing to the reeve series (silver/bronze age) - most people I talk to who have problems with man of steel are comparing to the reeve films.

Superman in the recent new 52 action comics was threatening guys (hold a guy off a ledge - which is a batman tactic) and doing what he thought was right for the greater good, not fair justice. I think he has to kill Zod - if he doesn't then humanity is at stake.

Batman in the Nolan series kills and destroys property also - don't tell me no one was around when the bat-tank ran over a hundred cars and bridges, and don't forget "I don't have to save you" well that's the SAME as killing. Even if people die via superman's in action, that is the same as batman not saving Ras.

My point is that everyone is using that as a reason to dislike the film when they fully accept the same thing in other films they claim to love.

I would prefer superman to not kill unless he absolutely has to - which he wont do again anyway, so there's no real argument.

somewhere along the line of these films people started to not care about enjoying themselves. I mean MOS was a fun movie with some great fights! That's what I wanted to see after that boring ass superman returns (where superman's son throws a piano on someone - probably killing them and superman stalks lois lane, and leaves earth to find krypton which he knows is destroyed).
11:34AM on 06/23/2014
@j-man, Well that's an entirely different argument altogether. I can't exactly debate why people compare MoS to the classic Superman films, but I CAN debate MoS on its own merits. And on its own merits, it's really not that great. It's funny though, because MoS was basically a massive overreaction to the main complaint of Superman Returns: not enough action. So though the fans you come across may not compare a modern Superman movie to another modern one, the filmmakers did. But again, this has
@j-man, Well that's an entirely different argument altogether. I can't exactly debate why people compare MoS to the classic Superman films, but I CAN debate MoS on its own merits. And on its own merits, it's really not that great. It's funny though, because MoS was basically a massive overreaction to the main complaint of Superman Returns: not enough action. So though the fans you come across may not compare a modern Superman movie to another modern one, the filmmakers did. But again, this has nothing to do with the actual quality of MoS.

Again, the idea of Superman being forced to kill Zod isn't bad in and of itself...it's the context that ruined it. It's obvious that the movie was setting up for ALL the Kryptonians to be thrown back into the Phantom Zone, Zod included. But Snyder REALLY wanted to have Superman kill him, as Mr Moe stated, so they contrived for a ridiculously forced set of circumstances for Superman to do so. Those are the key words: contrived and forced. They made that decision purely for the shock factor, without thinking of the ramifications of that decision. And seeing how Nolan's Batman isn't even in this same universe, it's another thing that isn't really comparable, not to mention that they're two completely different characters altogether. Apples and oranges.

And I agree that Superman most likely won't kill again...but the reasoning behind that is so ridiculous. So Superman had to learn that it was BAD to kill someone? I mean...what? 10 year olds know murder is wrong, and they don't have to go out and kill someone in order to learn that. Snyder's idea that this is how Superman adopts his "No kill" policy is insane.

And when it comes to how "fun" MoS was...I think you'll find most people agree it's not very "fun". There's even less humor than in Nolan's Bat films, there's no joy, it's not hopeful at all (despite all the lip-service)...it's a 2 hour plus slog punctuated by violence, fist fights, mass destruction, and death. None of that is bad in and of itself, but in a Superman film?? Come on.
12:18PM on 06/23/2014
I was comparing to Nolan because batman clearly says I will not kill anyone, then does. Superman never said he wouldn't. so that's the comparison.

it doesn't matter what universe it's in, batman shouldn't kill either and says he wont, then does. maybe in this universe superman does kill - he never says he wont! so if we are NOT comparing by characters, or comics to film, if we just take the universe as it is set up the one film we are watching then:

batman says "I wont kill" then breaks
I was comparing to Nolan because batman clearly says I will not kill anyone, then does. Superman never said he wouldn't. so that's the comparison.

it doesn't matter what universe it's in, batman shouldn't kill either and says he wont, then does. maybe in this universe superman does kill - he never says he wont! so if we are NOT comparing by characters, or comics to film, if we just take the universe as it is set up the one film we are watching then:

batman says "I wont kill" then breaks his rules. that is ok though, because of some reason that people accept.
superman kills, but never said that he wouldn't kill, but that is wrong because of no reason.

you are saying we shouldn't compare etc, but you kind of are. you are saying that superman should be this and that and in a superman film this should or shouldn't happen, that right there is a comparison to something. either your ideal version of superman, or whatever. man of steel didn't establish that superman wont kill when it started. at the end we saw him kill (whether it was forced or not). so now in the next film he will say "I wont kill anymore" even if its for the greater good.

You are comparing the superman character in man of steel to a version of superman you believe to be the "true" version. but that is not what you got in MOS - so therefore you are not happy.

PS - both Superman and Batman kill in the comics from time to time anyway.
12:25PM on 06/23/2014
Bane. You are a classic example of someone who doesnt read modern comics, bitching about stuff your not clued up on. Youre saying things are like apples and oranges but only because they destroy your argument too. Ypu call superman 2 a classic, but by ypyr own logic you should hate that more than mos.
Bane. You are a classic example of someone who doesnt read modern comics, bitching about stuff your not clued up on. Youre saying things are like apples and oranges but only because they destroy your argument too. Ypu call superman 2 a classic, but by ypyr own logic you should hate that more than mos.
12:55PM on 06/23/2014
@j-man

I accept that Batman killed because those movies were damn good movies. I cared about Batman. The characters and stories were very well written.

In Man of Steel I didn't care about anyone or anything. It was just a bad movie from script to execution. I easily consider it to be one of the worst comic book films out there. It's like Batman & Robin, but instead of being overly campy it went in the exact opposite direction. Still, both movies had poorly written characters, cringe
@j-man

I accept that Batman killed because those movies were damn good movies. I cared about Batman. The characters and stories were very well written.

In Man of Steel I didn't care about anyone or anything. It was just a bad movie from script to execution. I easily consider it to be one of the worst comic book films out there. It's like Batman & Robin, but instead of being overly campy it went in the exact opposite direction. Still, both movies had poorly written characters, cringe worthy dialog, a story with zero structure, and the focus was entirely on effects.
1:10PM on 06/23/2014
Moe - well that is your opinion - and I cannot argue what you feel.

What I am arguing about is when someone says the movie sucks simply because he killed zod (which he did in part 2, yet it is considered to be a great film - which it is)

if you don't like it in general then that's fine. you have a right to your opinion.
Moe - well that is your opinion - and I cannot argue what you feel.

What I am arguing about is when someone says the movie sucks simply because he killed zod (which he did in part 2, yet it is considered to be a great film - which it is)

if you don't like it in general then that's fine. you have a right to your opinion.
1:13PM on 06/23/2014
Moe - sidenote - I didn't care about batman at all in the Nolan films - I thought he was very dry and had no personality at all. Oh wait I did like him in the last half of part 3 - where he actually climbs out of the pit.

Joker was the most interesting character and Bane was excellent until they changed the ending and made Talia the one who climbed out of the pit - thus weakening bane's badass-ness (then having catwoman finish him off totally killed it). Two face was good too, but batman
Moe - sidenote - I didn't care about batman at all in the Nolan films - I thought he was very dry and had no personality at all. Oh wait I did like him in the last half of part 3 - where he actually climbs out of the pit.

Joker was the most interesting character and Bane was excellent until they changed the ending and made Talia the one who climbed out of the pit - thus weakening bane's badass-ness (then having catwoman finish him off totally killed it). Two face was good too, but batman killed him, so there goes that character.
2:33PM on 06/23/2014
*sigh* What the heck do the comics have to do with this? We're not talking about the comics. I get that it's the source material, but I'm pretty sure MoS deviated far enough from the comics so that it's not exactly gospel anymore. Who the hell cares what the "modern comics" have to say? I'm sure if I read them, I'd like it just as much as MoS. Which isn't saying much. And I never said I consider Superman 2 a classic, I implied that most people consider those movies classics. I even stated that
*sigh* What the heck do the comics have to do with this? We're not talking about the comics. I get that it's the source material, but I'm pretty sure MoS deviated far enough from the comics so that it's not exactly gospel anymore. Who the hell cares what the "modern comics" have to say? I'm sure if I read them, I'd like it just as much as MoS. Which isn't saying much. And I never said I consider Superman 2 a classic, I implied that most people consider those movies classics. I even stated that it was terribly misguided for that movie to kill Zod like that, sooo....

@j-man, Okay I understand why you're comparing this with Nolan. I think people more readily accepted Batman causing those deaths because he was so much more fleshed out and 3-dimensional than MoS's Superman ever was. Most people were MUCH more invested in those movies than they are with MoS. Plus, Batman is generally accepted to be dark. Superman, on the other hand, isn't. Not even a little. It just doesn't fit the public's conception of who Superman is. So when he does something as drastic as snapping his enemy's neck, it'll cause a commotion. And rightfully so.

But at the end of the day, none of that matters. You can keep deflecting the argument away to Nolan's movies or Superman 2, but that doesn't explain away MoS's problems. I'll admit, those things can be good sources of comparison, but it can't be the main focal point of an argument about MoS.

You say you're arguing that MoS doesn't suck "simply because he killed zod", but that's not what anyone here is saying at all. It certainly didn't help, but again, that's not my main problem with the movie. When we're given a character that's shown zero empathy or concern for the human race (indeed, he showed more pain and emotion over Zod's death than he did for any human caught in the devastation of Metropolis or Smallville), and then in the next movie he's apparently having a gigantic statue made in his honor, and he's going to go head-to-head against Batman because he's a "follower of the rules"...can't you see how that'd rub some fans the wrong way? Can't you see how that almost seems like it completely contradicts the character that was shown to us in MoS?

Forget the comics or Nolan's movies or our ideal version of what Superman should be like. This is all I'm trying to say: MoS kept telling us he loved the human race, that he was a hero, that he was going to change the world....and that's not the character that most of us got. Isn't that fair enough?
2:50PM on 06/23/2014
14 replies and counting - Bane - I understand your points actually, i happened to like the movie anyway. i did care for superman and i liked the story - no accounting for bad taste on my part maybe, but there you have it.
i also liked the Nolan trilogy (for the most part anyway).

i didn't mind the destruction of the city - superman wasn't used to fighting a bunch of guys with his powers while at the same time keeping everyone safe - he was only "superman" for a short time period. the second
14 replies and counting - Bane - I understand your points actually, i happened to like the movie anyway. i did care for superman and i liked the story - no accounting for bad taste on my part maybe, but there you have it.
i also liked the Nolan trilogy (for the most part anyway).

i didn't mind the destruction of the city - superman wasn't used to fighting a bunch of guys with his powers while at the same time keeping everyone safe - he was only "superman" for a short time period. the second movie can have a 5 min montage of him saving 100 people every day - thus the statue is made.

who knows what will happen.

in all honesty i have to say i enjoyed the movie and was entertained - we can go back and forth 100 times, but its still the same thing - we both have our reasons - whether they are justified or not - to us they are.
so i am willing to leave it at that, and i am glad we had a conversation without resorting to saying "you suck" or whatever the usual joblo comments section is about.

hopefully you'll enjoy the next movie more! (actually i hope that for myself too!)
3:29PM on 06/23/2014
And now 15 haha. Honestly, I could talk all day about MoS. It's just one of "those" movies, you know? Good or bad, it stirs up a ton of debate in every article about it or its sequel, and I always enjoy when people are able to have an actual conversation about it, like you said, instead of resorting to insults and stuff. So thanks for that! I understand your points as well, even if I don't agree with them. I'm willing to leave it at this too. I just like getting to know the other side of an
And now 15 haha. Honestly, I could talk all day about MoS. It's just one of "those" movies, you know? Good or bad, it stirs up a ton of debate in every article about it or its sequel, and I always enjoy when people are able to have an actual conversation about it, like you said, instead of resorting to insults and stuff. So thanks for that! I understand your points as well, even if I don't agree with them. I'm willing to leave it at this too. I just like getting to know the other side of an argument, you know? I definitely hope I enjoy Batman v Superman as well....I just have a little lower expectations this time around haha. Cheers!
5:58PM on 06/23/2014
In my humble opinion I loved MOS. Clark was Superman for all of 1 day which is why I give him slack for killing Zod and being naive causing so much destruction in Metropolis. I have no doubt that Zack Snyder will address these issues in BvS.
In my humble opinion I loved MOS. Clark was Superman for all of 1 day which is why I give him slack for killing Zod and being naive causing so much destruction in Metropolis. I have no doubt that Zack Snyder will address these issues in BvS.
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6:43AM on 06/23/2014
WHAT?!? Team up WITH Batman and Superman? I thought this was a V film???? So that's a lie??? My biggest problem with this film is two things really; it's gonna basically follow the structure of mr and mrs smith but with way more awesome characters. It'll have a lot of eye candy, but without the introduction of Kryptonite, there's NO WAY Bruce can find him. And if they do introduce it, it'll be rushed. Which is the 2nd problem; it's rushed, it'll be nothing but a commercial for all their
WHAT?!? Team up WITH Batman and Superman? I thought this was a V film???? So that's a lie??? My biggest problem with this film is two things really; it's gonna basically follow the structure of mr and mrs smith but with way more awesome characters. It'll have a lot of eye candy, but without the introduction of Kryptonite, there's NO WAY Bruce can find him. And if they do introduce it, it'll be rushed. Which is the 2nd problem; it's rushed, it'll be nothing but a commercial for all their other films and I'm hoping it'll at least look cool at the very best, which is sad considering all the potential on screen. But I'm gonna see it and wish them luck.
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6:18AM on 06/23/2014
Didn't Xena wear a leather skirt...and Lady Sif? Didn't the Romans wear it too? I don't have a problem with this...just hope it isn't hot pants. As for "which is a consistent dynamic with their initial relationship" is that really news worthy? Wouldn't we expect that when Batman and Superman meet? I'm still pretty annoyed that WB's failed to deliver a proper link to the fact that other heroes exist in this universe during Man of Steel especially when I read "but she is brought into the
Didn't Xena wear a leather skirt...and Lady Sif? Didn't the Romans wear it too? I don't have a problem with this...just hope it isn't hot pants. As for "which is a consistent dynamic with their initial relationship" is that really news worthy? Wouldn't we expect that when Batman and Superman meet? I'm still pretty annoyed that WB's failed to deliver a proper link to the fact that other heroes exist in this universe during Man of Steel especially when I read "but she is brought into the fold to show that there are other superheroes in the universe other than Superman". I recall reading that WB's wanted to see how Man of Steel did at the box office before really going for it...and if true that proves what I've always believed about their lack of foresight in creating this cinematic universe. They're now rushing it all. How difficult would it have been to show us the back of say Lex or Wayne looking out of an office window or looking at news coverage during the destruction of Metropolis or Amazon warriors in training looking up as Superman flies over Themyscira? I had really hoped for a teaser at the end of Man Of Steel where an unseen face (be it WW, or say Aqua Man) says something along the lines of it being time that we reveal ourselves to the world. Anyhoo, I really hope it all comes off but I'm not confident at this moment.
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6:08AM on 06/23/2014

sounds good

As a batman fan i cant be anything but excited for this.
As a batman fan i cant be anything but excited for this.
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5:34AM on 06/23/2014
LOL so when did Battle Ready mean a leather mini skirt, hey Marines in Afghanistan, here is your new bullet proof skirt enjoy. ROFL. Just get it over with and have her fight nude already, the Hulk basically does, equal time, gender equality!
LOL so when did Battle Ready mean a leather mini skirt, hey Marines in Afghanistan, here is your new bullet proof skirt enjoy. ROFL. Just get it over with and have her fight nude already, the Hulk basically does, equal time, gender equality!
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3:35AM on 06/23/2014
wow there getting positive responses from bootlickers... didn't they say that about the porn parody tv series wonder woman to... sorry dudes just not convinced at all about gal gadot as wonder woman never will be.
wow there getting positive responses from bootlickers... didn't they say that about the porn parody tv series wonder woman to... sorry dudes just not convinced at all about gal gadot as wonder woman never will be.
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2:56AM on 06/23/2014
One of the things I'm looking forward to the most from this film is seeing the new Batcave. And I also think that Gadot may not give the greatest performance as Wonder Woman, but visually will look great in the armor throughout the film.
One of the things I'm looking forward to the most from this film is seeing the new Batcave. And I also think that Gadot may not give the greatest performance as Wonder Woman, but visually will look great in the armor throughout the film.
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6:04AM on 06/23/2014
Do you want to see more of bruce in this than we did in the nolan flicks?
Do you want to see more of bruce in this than we did in the nolan flicks?
8:01AM on 06/23/2014
I didn't like Bale's interpretation of Bruce Wayne. Hence why I want to see more of Wayne (done right) in this new franchise with Affleck.
I didn't like Bale's interpretation of Bruce Wayne. Hence why I want to see more of Wayne (done right) in this new franchise with Affleck.
8:55AM on 06/23/2014
ThTs not what you said. Also bale was fantastic as wayne.
ThTs not what you said. Also bale was fantastic as wayne.
1:20PM on 06/23/2014
Fantastic? Wouldn't go that far.
Fantastic? Wouldn't go that far.
1:35PM on 06/23/2014
Was better than his batman.
Was better than his batman.
10:58PM on 06/24/2014
I'll give you that.
I'll give you that.
2:51AM on 06/23/2014

That MODEL should've been WW

Yowza. Obviously they aren't going for acting talent, so why not have a full-figured woman - that ALSO can't act?
Yowza. Obviously they aren't going for acting talent, so why not have a full-figured woman - that ALSO can't act?
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12:15AM on 07/22/2014
How about a full figured woman who CAN act?
How about a full figured woman who CAN act?
2:41AM on 06/23/2014
For me Man of Steel was amazing, and rate it very very highly. But Batman is my true super love so I'm the most interested in how he's going to be brought in.

Unlike most, I wasn't put off by Affleck's casting - id even say I like it - but I was underwhelmed by the casting of Gadot as Wonder Woman. Mostly because I'm unfamiliar with her work, and to me she doesn't look the part (at least not yet). My biggest problem for me remains Eisenbergs casting as Luthor. It's so far the one thing
For me Man of Steel was amazing, and rate it very very highly. But Batman is my true super love so I'm the most interested in how he's going to be brought in.

Unlike most, I wasn't put off by Affleck's casting - id even say I like it - but I was underwhelmed by the casting of Gadot as Wonder Woman. Mostly because I'm unfamiliar with her work, and to me she doesn't look the part (at least not yet). My biggest problem for me remains Eisenbergs casting as Luthor. It's so far the one thing that's ready made my excitement for this film to faulter.

I was convinced that Mamoa would be playing the secondary villain rather than Aquaman - I wonder if the secondary villain will actually be a 'villain' or the future members if the JL - turned against Supes by Lex?
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3:01AM on 06/23/2014
I'm thinking the secondary villain might be someone like Metallo.
I'm thinking the secondary villain might be someone like Metallo.
9:20AM on 06/23/2014
I'd heard the rumour it's Metallo - and was waiting for Mamoa to be announced as him.
I'd heard the rumour it's Metallo - and was waiting for Mamoa to be announced as him.
1:39AM on 06/23/2014
Lex Luthor (as played by Jesse Eisenberg) thinks he's God's gift to humanity and the best thing that humanity has to offer? Um... That sounds kind of sad. Because Lex Luthor looks like Jesse Eisenberg.
Lex Luthor (as played by Jesse Eisenberg) thinks he's God's gift to humanity and the best thing that humanity has to offer? Um... That sounds kind of sad. Because Lex Luthor looks like Jesse Eisenberg.
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9:13AM on 06/23/2014
It's Lex Luthor who thinks he's god's gift to humanity, not Jesse Eisenberg.
It's Lex Luthor who thinks he's god's gift to humanity, not Jesse Eisenberg.
9:56AM on 06/23/2014
You don't say.
You don't say.
10:55AM on 06/23/2014
Nice editing.
Nice editing.
1:29AM on 06/23/2014
I love the battleskirt on Wonder Woman. That's all for now.
I love the battleskirt on Wonder Woman. That's all for now.
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1:00AM on 06/23/2014

awesome

This movie is going to be huge!
This movie is going to be huge!
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12:53AM on 06/23/2014

DOUBLE D's

Unless Wonder Woman's costume comes with a new set of gigantic tits, I will choose to remain indifferent to her character's involvement.
My superpower: superhuman shallowness. Hey, blame Lynda Carter for setting the cups really, really high.
Unless Wonder Woman's costume comes with a new set of gigantic tits, I will choose to remain indifferent to her character's involvement.
My superpower: superhuman shallowness. Hey, blame Lynda Carter for setting the cups really, really high.
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2:50AM on 06/23/2014
I think they're going to give her CGI boobs, so it'll be awesome. Don't worry!
I think they're going to give her CGI boobs, so it'll be awesome. Don't worry!
12:27AM on 06/23/2014
This movie has the potential to be amazing, but it also could miss the mark big time. I'm rooting for it to succeed - I wanna be blown away by this thing.
This movie has the potential to be amazing, but it also could miss the mark big time. I'm rooting for it to succeed - I wanna be blown away by this thing.
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12:25AM on 06/23/2014
I was disappointed by Man of Steel, but it was still ok. I just re-watched Watchmen last night, and it makes me realize Snyder can do well handling multiple superheros. It will really come down to the script more than anything else I think.
I was disappointed by Man of Steel, but it was still ok. I just re-watched Watchmen last night, and it makes me realize Snyder can do well handling multiple superheros. It will really come down to the script more than anything else I think.
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12:22AM on 06/23/2014
Now we just have to wait for Kevin Smith to confirm all of this...

"The description of the outfit from our source uses the term “badass” on multiple occasions."

Wait a minute... That IS Kevin Smith, isn't it!?
Now we just have to wait for Kevin Smith to confirm all of this...

"The description of the outfit from our source uses the term “badass” on multiple occasions."

Wait a minute... That IS Kevin Smith, isn't it!?
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2:18PM on 06/23/2014
Thumbs up!
Thumbs up!
12:15AM on 06/23/2014

My body is ready.

I cannot wait for this movie. For me personally man of steel was the best superman film ever put on screen. Excited to see the dynamics with the trinity and lex luthor. Hoping to see something at CC.
I cannot wait for this movie. For me personally man of steel was the best superman film ever put on screen. Excited to see the dynamics with the trinity and lex luthor. Hoping to see something at CC.
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12:15AM on 06/23/2014

If this is all real...

I like it. Honestly I did not read the " Wonder Woman Screen Time" section because I would like that part to be unknown to me but for everything else I like what I read
I like it. Honestly I did not read the " Wonder Woman Screen Time" section because I would like that part to be unknown to me but for everything else I like what I read
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12:15AM on 06/23/2014
Wonder Woman's costume might be along the line of The New 52 costume.
Wonder Woman's costume might be along the line of The New 52 costume.
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12:12AM on 06/23/2014
I don't believe anything until I see it.
I don't believe anything until I see it.
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