August 8, 2016: Is a “Man of Steel” Sequel in ‘Active Development’?

130411-supermanTheWrap.com claim to have received word from a source “familiar with the project” that Warner Bros. have placed a sequel to “Man of Steel” in ‘active development’.

The word is that “a person close to the project told TheWrap that Superman is a top priority for the studio and getting the character right for audiences is of tantamount importance.”

Warner Bros. has not responded to enquiries, and no other major news sites (like The Hollywood Reporter or Variety) have yet weighed in on this report, however Warner Bros. did announce in recent months that two untitled DC films were to be released on October 5, 2018 and November 1, 2019. Whether one of these dates is being set aside for a follow-up Superman film is unknown at this point in time.

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NeoRanger
Member
Caught my eye on Twitter. It’s one of those rare cases that the rumour alone makes me squeal in joy; but I can’t, because it’s not confirmed. It would make sense, in any case. After the reception of recent projects, perhaps Warner really wants to play it safe and go back to the big names that always return money. Especially with Johns on board, they may have some renewed trust in the property and I cannot imagine Johns not wanting to do Superman “right” as the cornerstone of the DCEU. For my part, I just really, really wanted at least… Read more »
doomsday745
Member
I hope this rumor turns out to be true. It kind of makes sense since MOS is critically the highest rated movie thus far in this expanded universe. Also, WB is clearly pushing for an optimistic joyful tone in their movies and what better character to do exactly that than Superman. It’s going to be exciting to see who directs the sequel and what villain makes an appearance. I guess the most obvious one is Brainiac. Maybe Metallo, but after Doomsday and Darkseid in Justice League it has to be someone of that caliber, hence Brainiac.
NeoRanger
Member

I’m kinda hoping for Parasite and maybe Metallo, too; with Lex, all grown-up and proper, added in for good measure. I mean, I want Brainiac at some point too, but I think it’d be good if we kinda left the major alien hulking threats out for a while. Do something a little more personal, more local. Maybe have Brainiac later, in another sequel (if they do this and then another one) or just have Brainiac in one of the JLs. He’s a Superman villain, but he’s definitely JL caliber.

doomsday745
Member

Parasite is a good one. How about Conduit? Maybe Metallo & Reactron? Lobo could work since he brings in some humor and that’s what WB wants. Speaking of humor, they should just do Mxyzptlk lol. The possibilities with him are endless.

sundevil82
Member

If they Made Mxy like ‘Q’ from Star Trek the Next gen… I really do think that could work

Kal-Ed
Member

Conduit would be a very cool idea. Someone that Superman has known personally and poses a major threat to his loved ones. Including Land Lang.

Clarkel
Guest
Wow, people think a MOS2 is still happening? Lol There will be another “Superman” film, someday, but I doubt it will be a MOS follow up. I certainly hope it won’t be. Whatever they do, Zack Snyder had better not return for it…. And if that means taking Cavill with him, so be it. Snyder has tainted and ruined everything about a potentially great Superman film, from the plastic looking, red trunks-less costume, to making the movies all about Superman as a “first contact” story, to ruining major and minor characters. How can they even do Brainiac now? They’ll have… Read more »
Clarkel
Guest

Also, El Maybe works at The Wrap now….and we know how “reliable” he is… (not very!)

Steve Wright
Editor

What????? Dude…can you link to where you heard this? Or better yet, you MUST know someone high up at Warner brothers to state something like this…please…spill what you know so we can make it a homepage exclusive…

Clarkel
Guest
Steve Wright
Editor
What is interesting is how the people that have been stating as fact that warmers was never going to do another superman or that Henry will leave and they will reboot will respond. If it’s true it validates what myself and others have said, which is that once justice league was out they would double back for sequels. There plan was to get caught up to marvel as fast as possible. Once JL comes out they will be caught up enough to slow it back down. Obviously as a fan I’m very happy with this latest rumor…which by the way… Read more »
Superphil
Member

I know that places like Screenrant, ComicBook Movies.com, The Verge, GameSpot and IGN are all reporting this. Maybe because of the bad reviews that suicide squad is getting, maybe Warner Bros. is changing their movie lineup. If you look at this new DC extended universe, Man of steel is the only one that got the better reviews. Man of Steel 55% critics and 75% audience, Dawn of Justice 27% critics 65% audience, Suicide Squad 26% critics 72% audience.

Steve Wright
Editor

Biggest difference is that the fans are pretty much on the opposite ends of the critics…they were much more in agreement for BvS. Coupled with the near universal kudos that the ultimate edition received Warners has to be feeling good.

Johnjones
Member

“the near universal kudos”

What? That’s a stretch or reality right there.

Steve Wright
Editor

It’s hardly a stretch. Near universaly kudos from fans that have said it is a big improvement on the film. Those that hated it obviously still hate it, but most of the reviews on it have stated that it’s an improvement. That’s a “kudo” in my book.

Johnjones
Member

Steve, this is a really good breakdown of why both the theatrical release and “Ultimate Edition” of BvS are failures on multiple levels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7Z2AKOrQg4

As someone else said, “It improved it, sure, in the sense that having 3 slashed tires is better than having 4 slashed tires, but is it any good?

Nope.”

Clarkel
Guest
The extended cut was simply longer than the theatrical cut….it did not turn BVS into a “completely different, better movie”, like Snyder fans claim it did. It improved it, sure, in the sense that having 3 slashed tires is better than having 4 slashed tires, but is it any good? Nope. The characterizations, casting, pacing, editing, story, “creative choices”, look, etc, are all still terrible. As for the “critical bias” conspiracy theory…. that rides on the notion that the snyderverse movies are ACTUALLY GOOD, but aren’t being given a fair shake by critics….when in fact the films are just terrible.… Read more »
NeoRanger
Member
“The extended cut was simply longer than the theatrical cut….it did not turn BVS into a “completely different, better movie”, like Snyder fans claim it did. ” I don’t like the notion that if someone defends a movie, they’re a fan of the director. This kind of stuff is what turned the Dark Knight trilogy into an obsession and ended with death threats against the critics for the lackluster TDKR reviews. It’s also presumptuous and an effort to ‘label’ the enemy. It’s intellectually dishonest. Also, re: Ultimate Cut, the movie’s now actually good. It’s not great, it was never going… Read more »
Clarkel
Guest
“I don’t like the notion that if someone defends a movie, they’re a fan of the director. This kind of stuff is what turned the Dark Knight trilogy into an obsession and ended with death threats against the critics for the lackluster TDKR reviews.” No, defending Snyder and all he does no matter what is the type of mentality that created death threats…. Like the ones made against critics who gave BVS the reviews it deserved. “It’s also presumptuous and an effort to ‘label’ the enemy. It’s intellectually dishonest.” Nothing intellectually dishonest about it. The people that liked BVS are… Read more »
NeoRanger
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The reply button is missing from Clarkel’s post (presumably a survival technique the site developed to escape implosion), so I guess I’m responding to myself. “No, defending Snyder and all he does no matter what is the type of mentality that created death threats…. Like the ones made against critics who gave BVS the reviews it deserved.” And, yet, you have not demonstrated that people who like BvS belong to this imaginary subset of people that you cooked up on the spot. “Nothing intellectually dishonest about it. The people that liked BVS are the enemies…of good taste, and ultimately of… Read more »
redcape
Member

This IS the BEST NEWS EVER !!

Kal L
Member
It was a logical choice. I never actually believed that WB had written the character off for another solo film. I just think they were busy setting up their extended universe first and foremost. I’m excited for the future possibilities for another Superman film. I’m hoping we will see Brainiac as the villain. I think if we fans look at the bright side, we are actually quite fortunate to have so much Superman on film as of late. Man of Steel, Bvs, upcoming JL parts 1 & 2. That’s 4 so far, not since the 80’s has there been such… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor

This is what myself and the fans of the movie have been saying from day one. The universe will be in full swing after JL…now is the time to dial it back a bit. I also believe that WW will be the first one to break the the critical biss

Bea1968
Member
I hope you are right and Wonder Woman will break the critical bias, but I have serious doubts now. I am afraid the only reason the critics could give WW better reviews would be their fear to be accused of anti-feminist attitude (female lead and female director). It may look like another stupid conspiracy theory, but it seems there is an anti-DCEU agenda that fuels the bias. There is even a joke on the internet now: “Who will be the villain in MoS 2? The critics”. I had such thoughts earlier, but dismissed them as unlikely (too conspiracy-like) but I… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor
I don’t think there is an agenda, but I do believe that there is a built in prejudice against the movies from the critics now and they will go into every DC movie expecting to hate it and will look for reasons to justify it. The Suicide Squad hate is way above rational and just doesn’t aline with the actual quality of the movie. Which, while not being perfect and with some flaws, is nowhere near as bad as they are trying to portray. I still maintain that if Nolan’s name was attached to BvS the critics are kinder to… Read more »
Clarkel
Guest
The “critical bias” conspiracy theory rides on the notion that the snyderverse movies are ACTUALLY GOOD, but aren’t being given a fair shake by critics….when in fact the films are just terrible. No one — at least, not the MAJORITY — of critics gets up just wanting to hate DC films, and praise MARVEL/FOX films. MOS, BVS, and Sewercide Squad are terrible movies….that’s why they got terrible reviews. Word of mouth from fans on them isn’t great, either, except from Snyder fans who went determined to say it was great no matter what, as opposed to people who went with… Read more »
Bea1968
Member
I really hope you are right and it is only bias, pre-conceived notions, prejudice and seeing what they expect to see (generally un-professional behavior). If it is the case there is hope they will change their attitude and be more open-minded in the future (especially towards more acclaimed directors). You mentioned that reaction to Suicide Squad is beyond rational and I agree with you. It seems some critics change criteria when it suits them – they use magnifying glass for some movies but are very indulgent when write about others. For example, a generic plot and villain is an unforgivable… Read more »
Supreme
Member

The next Homepage poll should be about the MoS sequel. Then Hollywood will get his answer ;)

I really want WarWorld and MonguL for the sequel. Its one of my top5 Superman stories. But idk if WB/DC would be willing to greenlight WarWorld since Thor3 is rumored to be gladiator-themed as well.

Kal L
Member

Steve Wright.. You sir are in fact right… No pun intended… I do recall you saying that WB would do such a thing to play catch up to Marvel… I remember agreeing with you on that point, as it seemed like the best logical way to do so for them.
It’s an exciting time for Superman right now… The character is getting a major push, DC/WB do seem to have a plan!

Kal-Ed
Member

You spoke the words out of my mouth. Thanks.

Super El
Member

Four out of Six Superman movies are falures.

It’s going to suck unless you’ve got legitimately great directors and writers, all of whom actually care for the character.

Up hill battle here.

Probably going to suck major

KalWill
Member
“Failures”? I’m not sure that word means what you think it means. 5 out of 6 films succeeded. Were they all critically acclaimed? No. That’s only STM 1 and 2. STM, SM2 MOS and BvS were enjoyed by the majority of the viewing audience, me included. I even enjoyed SM3 (Gotta luv Gus). I understand the concern though. We all want Superman to be back in the lime light getting the respect he deserves from fans, kids and critics. That said, this will all depend on how JL does. IF Affleck and Johns has come in to intervene the direction… Read more »
Super El
Member

[QUOTE]“Failures”? I’m not sure that word means what you think it means. 5 out of 6 films succeeded. Were they all critically acclaimed? No. That’s only STM 1 and 2. STM, SM2 MOS and BvS were enjoyed by the majority of the viewing audience, me included. I even enjoyed SM3 (Gotta luv Gus).[/QUOTE]
What did MOS leave behind that so many of us remember? Superman snapping a guy’s neck

What did BvS leave behind? A bunch of Martha memes.

And no, it’s not the “majority” of the audience. MoS was straight up controversial among fans. BvS had a blatant split between audiences.

KalWill
Member

@Super El: MOS received 75% audience approval on RT and BvS received a 65% audience approval. Both of those would be considered majority. Are those fantastic numbers? No. But there’s room to improve. Again I’m not sure you understand what failure means. If it was a failure they wouldn’t have moved forward with any of the films and started over.

Super El
Member
@KalWill Avatar has an 82% Audience rating in Rotten Tomatoes, and it is only continually mentioned just so people could criticize how forgetable that movie is, despite its overrated graphics. Twilight has a 72% audience, and I don’t need to tell you how bad the series actually is. Rotten Tomatoes can be played fast and loose here. When you get down to it, there us a CLEAR division among fans when it comes to those movies. Remember when Mark Waid made an article about how he disliked the MoS ending so much that he screamed at the screen in protest?… Read more »
smallvilletna
Member

Talk to me when it’s confirm news.

Johnjones
Member

If true, the new writer and director (especially) have a lot of damage control to endure and lazy continuity to clean up after.

KalWill
Member

You have a point there. The continuity is what concerns me. If he comes back as both Supes and Clark, how will he explain Clarks ressurrection after he has already been “dead and buried”?

NeoRanger
Member
Eh, I don’t see much damage control or continuity tinkering being necessary. Of course, a lot of it relies on how Justice League plays out, but if things are mostly back to the status quo by the end of it, they can then go ahead and do whatever they want with the sequel to MoS. The Clark/Superman-from-the-dead thing is the head-scratcher, but if they work it out, it’s smooth sailing from there. The movie can even start with Clark acclimating to regular life again, when maybe a certain former businessman/genius is released back into the public. Maybe Lex is pardoned… Read more »
sundevil82
Member

I would like to see someone like Frank Darabont (Shawahank Redemption, The Mist) or Alfsonso Cuaron (Gravity) get a shot at directing. Or anyone really who values character and story as well as action and visuals. I want to see a superman movie that gives me the feeling I get after seeing a good Spielberg movie. That’s the dream.

Steve Wright
Editor

It’s very funny reading the posts of those that hated the movie trying to put a dampener on people’s spirits. So let me say this now. If it’s obvious that you are trolling to rain on people’s parade you will be dealt with.. Yes. This is isn’t officially confirmed. But if anyone comes in here claiming that they know WBs thinking JUST to kill the mood then bannings a will happen.

sundevil82
Member

I could hear ‘Somebody saaaaaaaave me!’ In my head When j read this

Kal-Elvis
Member

Well, I certainly hated MoS and BvS, but depending on what happens with JL I’d potentially welcome a Superman movie, as long as Snyder, Goyer, and that blue filter are kept away from it.

Even John’s Infinite Crisis-era style of uplifting mixed with extreme violence would be an improvement.

But above all, give Henry a good chunk of lines and screen time, focus on character (especially Superman’s!!) and finally kill and bury the “self-doubting”/ineffectual (imo) Superman storyline. That, ala stories like “Grounded,” was the reason DC thought up the New52 Superman reboot in the first place.

doomsday745
Member

“…the “self-doubting”/ineffectual (imo)…”

Who knows how his portrayal will play out, but I do believe that part of Superman died out along with the character. I guess we will find out in JL.

Kal-Elvis
Member

That’s my hope, too, and Johns and others help things, but at the same time, fans said the same thing would happen after MoS.. and BvS was almost worse with it. So… kinda 50/50, at this point.

Kal-Ed
Member

To tell the truth…I am sick and tired of all that hate and trolling. One can always express an opinion on what is right and wrong about Superman. It’s a free world and anyone and everyone is free to say what is on their mind. However when it gets too much and you hear always the same comments over and over like an overused Miley Cyrus song, I get tired of it. And it’s no fun…at all.

Steve Wright
Editor

It’s the main reason I’ve stepped away from full time moderating. I just don’t have it in me anymore, and we needed fresh blood to moderate. And BMoore25 is someone that I know will hold the fort down with the other mods.

BMoore25
Guest

Yup, lurking in the shadows, awaiting the moment that evil doers appear, so that I may moderate with the swift justice expected of a dictator with full totalitarian control over all.

I’m just kidding, respect each other and their opinions and let hope and happiness spread and all is good

Steve Wright
Editor

Lol…damn..figured me out…

Goes back to his dark corner watching the site like Michael phelps watches other swimmers.

Kal-Ed
Member

You’re doing a great job Steve. Blessed thine thee.

And BMoore25 keep this site’s sun shining in Steve’s stead, Sir.

BMoore25
Guest

Ehhhhhhhh, I’ll see what I can do

Steve Wright
Editor

I’m really not doing much of anything. Lol..it’s all bmoore25 and the other mods..I’m posting my opinions but it has been very freeing to just ignore most stuff..I’ve gone a couple days without really checking in…

bmcw7
Guest

Each time I watch Man of Steel, it just gets better. Please be true!

Steve Wright
Editor

This is true. Obviously you have to like it originally to have this reaction..I’ve also heard this from many people who have watched BvS U.E. They enjoy it much more with every viewing. With one exception. Jessie’s lex is just NOT really liked much. Lol

Kent-Darr
Member

I enjoyed MoS when that came out and after my first viewing of BvS (which I thought was great) I came out of the cinema wanting more and at the time happy knowing there was the Ultimate Edition coming out, after watching the UE at 3hrs I was sat……wanting more, I could have honestly sat for 4hrs. I for one am glad of this news, bring on MoS 2 or whatever it may be called, Lol.

BMoore25
Guest

Here, here

Kal-Ed
Member

Among many people here, I am happy that it may/might/would/could/should happen. Superman deserves a second solo film. When it’s confirmed, I’m happier. Here’s hoping.

Hollywood
Member

“…claiming that they know WBs thinking…”

WB is totally planning to revitalize Superman by giving him a high-powered rail gun, a black trench coat and sunglasses.

Also, he’ll kill puppies.

And kittens.

(Especially kittens.)

BMoore25
Guest

To be fair, the kittens probably had it coming

Hollywood
Member

Superman’s coming! Quick! Hide!

Steve Wright
Editor

Freeking kittens…..think they’re all cute and stuff. Where do they get off? If trump promises to build a wall to keep out kittens then I’ll forget he’s psychotic and vote for him. The kittens MUST BE STOPPED..

macca38
Member
Is it just me or do others feel the same? I would rather Warners developed a Superman tv series like the well received Supergirl. Man Of Steel wasn’t a classic nor was Batman v Superman, nor were the music scores or Superman costumes. I’ll not be rushing out to Justice League & would struggle to pay into another Snyder Superman film. His Superman had no humility or soul (for me) & it was style over content. To be honest, a Superman tv series or movie reboot would excite me, otherwise Mr Donner’s film will still lead the way. I guess… Read more »
NeoRanger
Member
I’d rather they did both. There was a time that WB was terrified of having the same character on both TV and the movies (and they probably still are in regards to their golden boy, that bat guy), but that went out the windows after Superman Returns (and now The Flash). We like to complain a lot, but we live in good times for Superman. The books are currently selling like hotcakes (by current comic book standards, though a drop WILL happen) and we have two Supermen on the ready for future plans. Neither the sequel to Man of Steel… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor

I have a felling they are going to do both. Especially if Tyler’s superman is well received and the ratings support it.

Barney_Tabasco
Member

I think MoS did more things right than wrong. The first half, the Hans Zimmer music, scenes on the farm, flashbacks – all good.

I think if MoS2 would have happened instead of BvS we would have had a better film. The final scene of Clark arriving for his first day at the Planet left me with so much hope for a sequel that never happened.

NeoRanger
Member

You know what’s funny? I think it’d take one of the better faneditors out there to do it, but I know you can cut out Batman entirely from BvS and repurpose the entire movie as a sequel to MoS and it would work.

redcape
Member
Forget about Superman on TV. CBS spent a good deal of money making Super girl. We will see how the CW will be able to pull off the s/effects once it starts the new season. Those still claiming that STM is still the best. That was 1978! The times were so different. We were a lot more simple minded back then. No one made much out of him turning back time and the fact that once he showed up he was instantly loved by the entire world. By now a day standards, MOS has a lot more realistic credibility. If… Read more »
Bea1968
Member
@redcape I think you are right – STM is not for the modern audience (unless you are 6-7 years old). We all love it (and look at it through rose-colored glasses)just because it is Superman: The Movie. I watched the movie with my daughters (10 and 14) some time ago and expected them to like it but was extremely disappointed. They were bored to death, asked me if Luthor’s female companion was a prostitute (!) and rolled their eyes after turning back time (even kindergarten kids know about black holes and spacetime). Fortunately, they liked Chris Reeve’s Superman a little… Read more »
MattComics
Member

Funny thing there was that SR was really neither fish nor fowl when it came to being a continuation of the Donner films or being something knew. Makes me wonder what might have been if it really had went all-in on continuing the Donner movies. (and minus Brian Singer).

Hollywood
Member

Does Superman get to smile in this movie?

Steve Wright
Editor

Yes…just once though..we have to change the tone…

DE-EL
Member

I knew it was coming. It just wasn’t a priority because WB/DC has yet to give us films for WW, Aquaman, and The Flash to name a few. But now, this is a great sign for guys like me who enjoys the DCEU and this introspective look at the greatest hero of all time. Can’t wait to hear more. And I hope Henry comes back like he said he wants to. I love his work and HATE recasting…

redcape
Member

D-EL…..your right about the recasting. If there’s one thing I don’t want, it’s a revolving door of different actors playing the role. That’s why time is important. They need to move on this while Henry’s age will still be able to accommodate what he has to do to stay in Superman shape.
Plus really……is there anyone who look’s better in the suit??

DE-EL
Member

Too true. Henry’s 33 now I believe and Superman died in BVS at age 35. JL takes place a few months to a year after BVS from what I hear, so Henry will be 34 while Superman will still be 35 since you don’t age when you’re dead. Either way, I hope they do get a jump on it while Henry is still a young adult. The older you get, the harder it is to get into shape. Ben Affleck had a very hard time doing so due to being in his early forties…

Steve Wright
Editor
He’s not going anywhere…he loves the role and the reaction to him has been the one positive that has been there. People want to see him given the opportunity to take the role and own it. I think a new director and a story separate from world building will be the movie we have been waiting for as superman fans. I think we will see a definite difference in the character when he comes back in justice league. Warners seems to have listened so they know people want this superman to get over it already and get happy.
DE-EL
Member
Yeah, I’m confident Henry will stick around for the role. He said it’s like a lifestyle choice for him. I just hope nothing interferes before he has time to truly shine as the more upbeat, charismatic Supes. Even though I’ve still enjoyed his rather emotional, introspective portrayal. I agree to an extent. I don’t think it was Warners’ idea for a more evolved, positive Superman. I believe Zack had always planned it. He said he wanted to create a reason for Superman to be Superman; putting him through trials and crucibles. Also, he stated that Superman’s initial arc here in… Read more »
MattComics
Member

Could we keep Henry and reboot the rest?

Rampage of Steel
Member

Love fans like Clarkel. Their so positive and look out the bright side of things. It so good to have fans like you.

Kal L
Member

I wonder what the title may be?… Man of Steel 2?… Superman?…

Personally, I’m thinking Man of Tomorrow could be interesting…

Kal-Ed
Member

How about: The Last Son Of Krypton…or…Superman Unleashed.

DE-EL
Member

I like “Unleashed”.

Steve Wright
Editor

Superman: Finally!

liheibao
Member

Hey, Charlie Brown! Come kick this football!

Hollywood
Member

So … just so I have this straight … people here were eager for a MoS sequel, so eager they were kinda pissed about getting BvS at the time. Now they’re getting the sequel … and they general consensus is “Meh…”?

Steve Wright
Editor

Where are you getting the meh response? If anything people are over the top excited..going off comments and social media.

Hollywood
Member

^I neglected to include “maybe” in the last sentence.

(I miss the Edit option…)

MattComics
Member

“meh” may not be the consensus some of it is basically because for some while the desire for another Superman movie is certainly there, one in that continues in the Snyder mold isn’t.

BMoore25
Guest

No I think the general consensus is pretty excited.

Hollywood
Member

Gotta say, I’m not getting that vibe.

I see a few people practically wetting themselves, a few others complaining, and pretty much everyone else just averaging the two feelings together as a collective sigh.

Bea1968
Member

Most people on other sites are happy and excited, even Batman fans. Some of them even suggested that the second Superman solo movie should be in 2018 (for the 80th anniversary), before the first Batman solo movie (in 2019, also for the 80th anniversary). I’m not kidding.

Hollywood
Member

I wouldn’t know. This is the only site I visit. Otherwise, my Facebook feed is my only geek-tertainment news site … and I usually tune most of that out.

But hey, if MoS fans are excited, then hey awesome. And — if I may be just a little backhanded in this compliment — it’s about time you were happy to get exactly what you wanted. :P

Bea1968
Member

Thank you very much for the compliment :) but I (and some other fans) have been happy since BvS release, because we got everything we wanted (and more). We are very lucky, I know. I hope all fans will have reasons to be equally happy in future.
But wait, it is not going to happen, because… you know… the trunks :)

liheibao
Member

Sigh.

PatrickRichard
Member
Well, if this pans out to be true, I for one am very excited. I liked BvS after the ultimate edition came out. The more I watch it, The more I like it. But to get a true sequel is awesome. I hope they go back to the hard core sci-fi route like MOS. Deal with the issues like the codex and other things that were promising in MOS. Or have him go up against Black Adam (isn’t the Rock cast as him? When do we actually get to see him?) I loved that movie. It’s my favorite superhero movie.… Read more »
PatrickRichard
Member

I for one WILL be very excited. Where’s the edit option?

Supreme
Member

The next Homepage poll should be about the MoS sequel. Then Hollywood will get his answer ;)

I really want WarWorld and MonguL for the sequel. Its one of my top5 Superman stories. But idk if WB/DC would be willing to greenlight WarWorld since Thor3 is rumored to be gladiator-themed as well.

Hollywood
Member

Does my excitement for Superman being in Supergirl and me actually enjoying all Superman-related comics right now count?

PatrickRichard
Member

I say yes.

LoganM
Member
Man Henry Cavill is a great Superman, definitely hope he gets the chance to do another solo film. I was disappointed a lot of his scenes that were in the Ultimate Edition were cut out of the Theatrical Release. I’ve actually appreciated the way MoS and BvS have treated Superman in terms of Superman’s actions. He’s the only one that always does the right thing. He didn’t develop a detailed kill Batman plan, he just simply found Batman and confronted him. Then he risks his life (not knowing what the end result would be) for the world by plunging kryptonite… Read more »
DE-EL
Member

Loved this comment. Agree with EVERYTHING you said…

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