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Michigan local news captures footage of Metropolis set; Guggenheim on the Fox drama's shout out to Queen Consolidated and more.
Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie round out WB's rumored "Suicide" quartet; New Mexico "Batman V Superman" desert set revealed and more.
"Superman Returns" actor Brandon Routh discussed joining the cast of "Arrow" and returning to the DC Universe as Ray Palmer/The Atom.
Andrew Kreisberg promises a new foil for Oliver Queen in Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer and explains the more hopeful tone of "The Flash."
Brandon Routh, star of "Superman Returns," has been cast as Dr. Ray Palmer, better known as The Atom, on the CW's "Arrow."
Alan Kistler concludes his exploration of the men that have played Superman, picking up after Christopher Reeve and going all the way up to Tom Welling in "Smallville."
Star Brandon Routh spoke with CBR News about playing the lead in "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night," moving the character from Italy to New Orleans and the challenges in adapting the long-running series for the screen.
Director Kevin Munroe spoke with CBR on his live action film debut "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night," keeping the titular character true to his comic book roots and anchoring the movie's horror aspects in reality.
CBR News visited the New Orleans set of "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night" to speak with the cast and crew about the film, adapting the classic Italian comics character and finding the right red shirt for Brandon Routh.
Evil Ex #1 and #3, Satya Bhabha and Brandon Routh, discuss their "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" characters' hidden humanity, working with director Edgar Wright, movie nights in Toronto and Routh's blonde wig.
In a spattering of new posters, fans of Bryan Lee O'Malley's acclaimed graphic novel series can get their first full glimpse at the film versions of the League of Evil Exes from "Scot Pilgrim Vs. The World."
Superman himself lands at the CBR Boat Show to talk about two new comic book films he's appearing in: "Dead of Night," based on the popular Dylan Dog comics from Italy, and Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim."
CBR News reveals a look at the forthcoming film “Dead of Night" with a production photo taken at the New Orleans set of the Brandon Routh-starring film based on the Italian Dylan Dog comics.
Director Kevin Munroe is set to bring the popular Italian comics series “Dylan Dog” to the silver screen in “Dead of Night.” We spoke with Munroe about the Brandon Routh-starring feature.
We continue our reports from the "Superman Returns" press junket. Next up is actor Brandon Routh, who discussed the challenges of playing Clark Kent/Superman and what he learned as an actor from this production and in working with Bryan Singer.