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March 31, 2016: Photo Gallery for "Supergirl" S01E20 "Better Angels"Print

CBS has released 13 images from the 20th episode of Season 1 of "Supergirl".

Titled "Better Angels", this episode is scheduled to air on CBS in the USA on Monday, April 18 at 8.00pm ET/PT.

Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'
Season 1, Episode 20 'Better Angels'

    SUPERGIRL FACES HER GREATEST TEST YET WHEN HER ENEMIES PLAN TO DESTROY EVERY PERSON ON THE PLANET, ON THE FIRST SEASON FINALE OF "SUPERGIRL," MONDAY, APRIL 18

    "Better Angels" - Supergirl is forced to do battle with an unexpected foe and must risk everything - including her life - to prevent Non and Indigo from destroying every person on the planet, on the first season finale of SUPERGIRL, Monday, April 18 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

This episode was written by Andrew Kreisberg and Ali Adler from a teleplay by Robert Rovner and Jessica Queller, and directed by Larry Teng.


March 31, 2016: "Batman v Superman" Edging Closer to Billion Dollar Box OfficePrint

IMAX Poster Deadline.com reports that "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" took in another $28 million on Wednesday, taking its worldwide box office earnings to just over $530 million.

    Batman v Superman‘s worldwide Wednesday amounted to $28 million, taking its global tally to $530.4M. Attitudes are shifting among analysts and they believe the title might actually get to $1B worldwide. Current foreign take is at $329.1M. Breaking down the top territories: China is at $69.4M, and as we mentioned yesterday the expectation is that it hits $100M. Th UK is at $31.4M, Mexico counts $23.3M, Brazil is at $15.6M, Australia stands at $13.8M, France has $11.3M, and Italy amounts to $11M.

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is in theaters now! Get your tickets!


March 31, 2016: Jesse Eisenberg Uncertain About Luthor's FuturePrint

Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

BusinessInsider.com caught up with actor Jesse Eisenberg to find out what's next for Lex Luthor, with the criminal genious bald and incarcerated at the end of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".

    "I don't know if they are so settled on where my character goes," Eisenberg told Business Insider about Luthor showing up in future movies. "I only hope I have another opportunity to work with these wonderful people and play this interesting character."

    It's hard to imagine that the film's studio, Warner Bros., would have one of the most famous villains from DC Comics vanish from the franchise after one film, especially when the actor playing him says he'd be "thrilled" for the job again. The rest of the main cast in "Batman v Superman" - Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Gal Gadot - have signed on for multiple movies.

    "The character has so many different faces," Eisenberg told BI. "He has a public persona that appears charming and friendly and then a deeply disturbed private persona, so it will be interesting to see where he goes."

Source: BusinessInsider.com


March 31, 2016: Zack Snyder Looks Ahead to Justice League and DarkseidPrint

Apokolips With much of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" showing hints and glimpses of a potential Justice League vs. Apokolips confrontation to come, Zack Snyder tells the Empire Film Podcast that Darkseid might be out there looking for something specific...

    "Maybe [Darkseid] exists out there in the universe," Snyder said. "Maybe he's looking for something. Something that is against life?"

    What Snyder appears to be awkwardly hinting at is, of course, the Anti-Life Equation. In comic books, Darkseid is obsessed with learning the Anti-Life Equation, as it would allow him to conquer the universe. In the crossover event Final Crisis, the Apokolipian dictator obtains it and uses it to mount an invasion of Earth.

Take a listen to the entire podcast below to also here Snyder's explanation about the defaced Robin costume in the Batcave.


March 31, 2016: Dean Cain Talks About "Batman v Superman"Print

Dean Cain Dean Cain, the actor who played Superman in the 1990s "Lois & Clark" TV series, and who is currently appearing on "Supergirl" as Jeremiah Danvers, revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that he's seen "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and thought the film was "very cool".

WARNING: THEIR ARE SPOILERS AHEAD!

    I see that you spent part of your Easter Sunday in the theater, checking out Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice at the Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas in Westlake Village. What did you think?

    Yes, my son and I went to see it. My son hated it because Superman died. It made me very happy that he took it so personally and that he has such a strong connection to the character (laughs). The movie obviously was so well made; the effects were incredible. It was too long, though, and I admit, I dozed off a tiny bit, but maybe that's because I was tired after a lot of traveling. Ben was great as Batman and Henry is a very good Superman. This incarnation is so dark compared to the lightness of the Superman I've grown to know and love, as seen in the two versions that I grew up with - Christopher Reeve and myself. That's the only difference to me. [This movie] inhabits a dark world and Superman is such an alien in that world. Wonder Woman is really easy on the eyes, and I love that they introduced the other guys, the Justice League, because those stories are very cool. I loved how they did that. But I don't see how you have a Justice League without Superman.

    But that is left open with the last-second rustling of the dirt on his coffin, right?

    That is so subtle (laughs).

    What's your take on Henry Cavill as Superman? And his suit?

    The suit looks fantastic; the suit is amazing! I would call him lucky to get that suit instead of the Lycra that I had. Henry is a big, physical guy, and he looks “super," if you will (laughs). I've met him before and he has that Superman special something. This is a different incarnation, as I've mentioned. My favorite of all time will always be Christopher Reeve. He'll always be Superman in my eyes.

Read the complete interview at HollywoodReporter.com


March 31, 2016: "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" Clark Kent Preview ClipPrint

Superman Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released the following preview clip from the animated film involving Clark Kent:

    Justice League vs. Teen Titans, the latest DC Universe Original Movie, is now available on Digital HD... and DC All Access is giving you a sneak peek! In this exclusive clip, Superman receives a visit from an unwelcome guest. Fortunately, the same can't be said for OUR guest, as the very welcome Jerry O'Connell drops in to share his approach to voicing the Man of Steel.

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