Superman Homepage “Speeding Bulletin” Highlights Video (April 26 – May 2, 2017)

Here’s the “Speeding Bulletin” video report for the period April 26 – May 2, 2017.

The “Speeding Bulletin” is your weekly Superman news video, recapping the latest events in the world of Superman. It also includes the “Great Scott!” segment brought to you by Scotty V.

Our top news stories this week included: We get our first look at Steppenwolf for the “Justice League” movie thanks to LEGO, Andrew Kreisberg talks about the Season 2 finale of “Supergirl”, and Elliot S! Maggin is reissuing his 1981 novel “Superman: Miracle Monday”.

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redcape
Member
Good Speeding Bulletin as usual. Per the finger. Scotty……I thought you were being a little bit to relaxed regarding this. To me it is just another indication of what it doesn’t mean to someone that’s been lucky enough to play the role of Superman. It tells me he doesn’t care. It might be an innocent gesture on a movie set and nothing more. But seeing that made me sick. If nothing else it puts me in a mind set that says, “don’t bother showing up on the final Supergirl”. And when he does, all I’m going to see is a… Read more »
kal-bert
Member
Again people discussing about what others should or shouldn’t do IN THEIR OWN LIVES. No one has the right to say what he should do. He was off work and at that moment he can do whatever he wants. He can be an angel, he can be the maximum expression of kindness goodwill and morals or a puppy rapist and serial killer of babies AND IT STILL WON’T BE NONE OF OUR BUSINESS (well, the last part is illegal so maybe I went a little too far). As long as he does his job properly – a job that ONLY… Read more »
redcape
Member

What a load. What these people do in their private lives to be sure should be private. But this is not that. Your rank comparisons don’t make sense. He’s in the entertainment business and what he’s doing with his finger is NOT entertainment. It’s nothing short of an insult. Why did he take on the role if he wasn’t prepared to except what the character stood for? He’s getting paid and this falls way short of what he should be getting paid for. Epic FAIL!!!!!

kal-bert
Member

Sorry but no. He may be in entertainment business but it doesn’t mean all he does in his life is work. You people must learn that being in entertainment doesn’t mean all their life is public. Public life ends when work is done. He was off work thus it’s none of anyone’s business.

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