Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Available as on DVD or as a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack
Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Studio: Warner Home Video
DVD Release Date: January 27, 2015
Run Time: 72 minutes
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Gilroy: I had some pretty high-profile ones. You know, I spent a year working with Tim Burton on his Superman Lives movie and the day they pulled the plug on that was very, very disappointing. It was disappointing for all of us: for me, for Tim, for Nic Cage, for John Peters. We were very far along and Warner Bros. had gone through a cycle where nothing they were making was connecting and they were hemorrhaging money and they just didn't feel that they could sustain making that film. So that was a major disappointment. I think Tim would have made a really marvelous film out of what we had come up with. That was hard.
Movies.com: How do you recover from that?
Gilroy: It's a wound. It's like getting punched in the face. You spend a year pouring all your artistic and creative energy into it and suddenly it evaporates and goes away in the space of a phone call. And you have to regroup. It's a disappointment, though obviously there are greater disappointments in life than that, but you have to take the time to say that hurts and figure out what that means and as honestly as possible move on and continue what you're doing. I think Tim and all of us went through that process. It was very painful.
Movies.com: Is there anything from your script that you wanted for Superman that you're still bummed hasn't seen the light of day?
Gilroy: Tim had the idea, which was really the driving force of the movie, that Jor-el didn't have the chance to tell Kal-el when he put him in the little spaceship meteorite where he came from or who he was. So poor little Kal-el grew up on Earth having no idea where these powers came from or who he was, and I always thought that was a really inverted, deconstructionist element to bring to the story. I loved it and working with Tim we tried to explore it as much as possible. I'd love to see it happen some day. I'm a big Tim Burton fan.
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Jeremiah Barker, who lives near the site, said the vehicle started pulling in the night of Oct. 20. Beyond being informed months ago that the site will be used to filming the movie, he said he hasn't heard anything else.
The "Man of Steel" bit starts at 55 seconds into the video.
Cover date: December 2014
"Forget Me Knot"
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller: Diogenes Neves, Marc Deering, Pascal Alixe, Jae Lee and Cliff Richards
Inker: Ulises Arreola Palomera
Cover: Chung June and Jae Lee
Reviewed by: Alisa Lea Gossage
I like that Lois Lane saves Mangubat. That too is in her character. She knows he's a bad guy, but he still deserves a fair trail.
At the end, Batman and Alfred's emotional exchange was so poignant, my heart broke a little for Alfred as he realized that Bruce had regained his memories.
Cartoon Network has also released an extended story description along with six preview images from the animated special...
With Earth's mightiest super-being missing, it's time for the World's Greatest Detective to spring into action. With no time to lose and the entire planet to search, Batman enlists the aid of the fastest man alive, The Flash. Together their high-speed search leads them to the villainous Captain Cold, who is stealing an ancient artifact in Egypt. After the Flash has likewise vanished at the end of their battle with evil, Batman teams up with Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg to fight famous costumed Super-Villains before vanishing one-by-one at the hand of a mysterious enemy. It now falls to the Dark Knight, who alone must free the newly-formed Justice League from a powerful foe. But can Batman learn the value of being a team-player before the Justice League is lost forever?
Thanks to Hadrad for the lead on these images.
Perkins: I'm a 'think first, act second' kind of person. Kara, on the other hand, is not - and I love that. Being in a 'school' environment, Kara's instincts and thought processes are going to be challenged, which will put her in a place of vulnerability. In that vulnerability, she's also learning her limits, which can be a very good - or very scary - thing to confront.
Q: Why did you think this challenge in particular made sense for Supergirl at this point?
Perkins: From my point of view, Kara was kind of grabbing at straws before Crucible Academy. She was trying to find out who she is and where she fits in the universe through other characters. I think she's back at a new kind of zero now.
She fully realizes her life on Krypton is gone and understands that mourning won't do her any good any longer. So, she starts anew on Earth by her own choice. Making that step is an incredibly hard thing to do for anyone, especially for someone who has to count largely on herself.
And though she make strides on Earth, she chooses to remain at Crucible because she sees the value of being there.
But that in no way implies that there aren't complications...