Superman Birthday Party Pack
The Superman Birthday Party Pack will be a great addition to your party. This Superman party supply pack contains 8 Dinner Plates, 16 Luncheon Napkins, Thank you Notes and Invitations (1 pkg of 8 each), 8 cups, set of 8 cutlery and a 54 inch wide x 108 inch long Plastic Table Cover.
DC Collectibles DC Comics Icons: Superman Statue
Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! Now the Man of Steel can stand watch in your own home with this stunning statue that perfectly captures his DC Comics -The New 52 look. Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 11" tall.
The life-sized bronze statue sees Baldwin dressed up as Superman, an image familiar to anyone who followed the inquest into the boy's death.
"Hopefully the statue will be a reminder to people of the need to report (suspected abuse) and possibly save a child's life," said Todd Boyce, who led the charge to have the bronze statue made, at the unveiling.
Superman Homepage reporter Patrick Asselin was in attendance at the unveiling, and took the photo (shown right) of the statue.
A letter sent to Latino-Review.com by an extra who (going against the confidentiality agreement they signed) revealed that the scene filmed at the Broad Art Museum in East Lansing was not at Luthor's home as many had speculated, but was at the Metropolis Central Library, where a party was being held to celebrate its reopening...
Other small details tied to that scene, the movie will have an almost red carpet montage where the rich and famous are asked their views about the Superman who appeared in the public eye recently. The red carpet setup is attached, and will include both Bruce Wayne and Lex Luthor being asked that question by Lois Lane and Clark Kent on the carpet.
But, as we know from Jason Mamoa, stars denying they've been cast in a role is nothing new, and it seems that Jena may indeed be playing a female Robin to Ben Affleck's Batman in "Batman v Superman" according to The Hollywood Reporter...
The report then cut to a person claiming to be an extra - and the source of the information - who said that a multimillion-dollar lawsuit could be filed against anyone violating the movie's nondisclosure agreements. In a bid to protect the source, only the person's hands were shown and his/her voice was altered, giving the affair a Dr. Evil-meets-a-Munchkin vibe.
This is yet another indication that "Batman v Superman" is heavily inspired by Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns".
Source: The Hollywood Reporter.
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Reports are that Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill were spotted on location, with bar staff, waiters, reporters, and Luthor's white limousine all photographed in and around the unique building.
The Superman Homepage gives you the chance to ask Eddie Berganza (DC Comics Editor of the Superman comic books) your questions about the Superman comic books.
Filming is slated to start in the area in November. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be released to theatres on March 25, 2016.
What Superman Unchained is all about for me - not to spoil it - is why I think Superman is great. It's meant to be a kind of challenge to the kind of conventional take on Superman, which is that he stands for "truth, justice, and the American way," that he's this monolithic symbol of all things that are good and right. To me, you start writing him and you realize he doesn't know what the hell he's doing half the time. It's basically trial and error. He's doing the best he can. It's not that he stands for anything; if anything, he stands for following your own moral compass even if that compass leads you to places that make absolutely no logical sense whatsoever. Spell your own doom. Why would you create a human identity, fall in love, or even grow affectionate towards all of your human friends and coworkers when you age much more slowly than them? In a few years, they're going to realize that something's wrong. Why would you ally yourself with no government if you know every government is going to be building weapons to take you down if you interfere with a protocol of theirs? Why would you help with some things, some catastrophic events but not others like political oppression?
Superman, to me, is inspiring and wonderful because he isn't a straight beam of light that's always right. He's actually this zigzagging, trial-and-error beam of light, and in that, he's ten times as more inspiring than if he always knew the right thing to do. In that way, the last issue is very much about that idea.
One of the things about issue #9 I love the most - again, not to spoil it - is that I think the person who understands that the best about Superman, in some ways, is Lex. There's a reason why, and it's a fun secret we reveal at the end of the issue. So it really ends where I hoped it would end, and I couldn't be prouder of it.
"The opportunity is huge. And no studio is better positioned to take advantage of it than Warner Bros."
"The demand for high quality video content is growing fast - in the United States and around the world - as new technologies have created new platforms and millions of new connected consumers," said Tsujihara. "The opportunity is huge. And no studio is better positioned to take advantage of it than Warner Bros."
As part of his presentation, Tsujihara announced a bold expansion of the industry's broadest theatrical slate, built around the largest, most important global franchises. Warner Bros. Pictures will release three LEGO-branded films over the next four years, building upon the enormous success of this year's "The LEGO Movie" ($468 million worldwide box office), starting with "Ninjago" in 2016, directed by Charlie Bean and produced by Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Batman will take a star turn in "The LEGO Batman Movie" in 2017, directed by Chris McKay, and the sequel, "The LEGO Movie 2," will debut in 2018.
The Studio will release three pictures, in 2016, 2018 and 2020, based on best-selling author J.K. Rowling's original story and screenwriting debut, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Set in an extension of her familiar wizarding world, featuring magical creatures and characters inspired by Harry Potter's Hogwarts textbook and its fictitious author, Newt Scamander, "Fantastic Beasts" will be directed by David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter movies, and reunite the filmmaking team of David Heyman, J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves and Lionel Wigram.
And, in a massive expansion of the Studio's DC Entertainment-branded content, Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will release a slate of at least 10 movies - as well as stand-alone Batman and Superman films - from 2016 through 2020 that expands this prized universe of characters: