Strong willed, intelligent, feisty, relentless, outspoken. You’d be speaking of Lois Lane or Pauley Perrette?
Actually, both – which made the NCIS star the perfect match as the voice of the resourceful reporter for SUPERMAN VS. THE ELITE, the latest DC Comics Premiere Movie coming June 12 courtesy of Warner Home Video.
If you have seen the trailer for The CW’s Arrow, then you know Oliver Queen is pretty quick with the bow. While those are amazing skills, don’t put your money on super-powered villain of the week when the series debuts this fall.
Many of you have already picked up on the subtle, or maybe not so subtle wording in the latest issue of Empire Magazine where David Goyer hints that Batman may die in The Dark Knight Rises.
“The final scene of The Dark Knight Rises is exactly that scene we talked about then,” says Goyer, speaking to Empire from his LA office almost four years later. “It remained completely unchanged. We both knew in our hearts that we were onto something special. I have to tell you, having finally seen everything strung together a little while ago and seeing that scene, I got a complete lump in my throat.”
The MS-QotD wants you to step up with an answer: Is this carefully worded statement simply stunt marketing to get audiences into theaters on opening weekend, or is there someone waiting in the wings to rise when the Dark Knight falls?
The Avengers took the box office by storm over the last couple of weeks, rising quickly to the billion dollar mark. The Dark Knight also made a billion dollars when it was released, but with The Dark Knight Rises still a few weeks away, and near the end of the summer schedule, will it be able to make that much money again?
Now that The Avengers has proven itself, we can now shift our attention to the next big superhero movie of the summer – The Dark Knight Rises. Warner Bros. has unleashed two new television spots for all to check out.
In SUPERMAN VS. THE ELITE, Superman’s effectiveness as a super hero comes into question when a new group of super powerful crusaders, known as “The Elite,” appear on the scene. As super heroes, the Elite know no bounds, and are more than willing to kill, even on a massive scale, to stop villainy — putting them on a collision course with the ever-ethical, yet preferably non-lethal Man of Steel.