Now that Superman's no longer wearing his trademark red undershorts, in either the comics or movie versions, you might have wondered what's become of them. And apparently, they're in Malaysia, where they're a hot-selling item.
This might be the greatest time to be a fan of superhero movies. There were four major superhero films this summer, and three of them more or less ruled. Too bad our superpowered protectors have such boring — or even ugly — movie posters.
The Wolverine has been delayed. Amy Pond gets tested all over again, on Doctor Who. A supermodel will impersonate Jeff Bridges. There are tons of set photos for Man of Steel, The Avengers, Supernatural and the Eureka finale. Will Ghostbusters 3 finally happen?
Don't expect every beloved character to survive True Blood's season finale! And don't hold your breath for the Ouija and Fantastic Voyage movies. Check out some photos of Brad Pitt shooting World War Z! Plus, what makes Loki tick in The Avengers, and a possible new Star Trek TV show.
Loki terrorizes Cleveland, in set pictures from The Avengers. New teasers will make you hunger for The Walking Dead. And finally, some hints at when Peter Bishop will return to Fringe.
The new Superman movie is roaring ahead — The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, who's producing, reportedly has five potential directors in mind, and he's meeting with them now. So who's in line to revamp the Man Of Tomorrow?
Celebrating DC Comics' 75th anniversary, Entertainment Weekly wonders who'd win in a fight: Batman or Superman. Clearly, it's Superman (Flight, strength, speed and heat-vision advantages are hard to beat), but Batman Vs. Wonder Woman...? That's the one we wonder about...
David S. Goyer, co-writer of The Dark Knight, will revamp Superman with a new film called The Man Of Steel. Can he do for Supes what he and the Nolans did for Batman? Spoilers ahead. Update: It's confirmed!
It was the moment where a million fanboys cheered - I know, that I was one of them - but does Superman The Movie director Richard Donner publicly stating that the Superman movie franchise should be handed over to Action Comics writer (and former assistant to Donner) Geoff Johns actually mean that anything will change…