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Jesse Eisenberg says his Lex Luthor won't be a "silly, villainous"; Jai Courtney talks Jared Leto's method Joker performance and more.
Rumor has a comic book look for Jesse Eisenberg in Zack Snyder's team-up film, and a deadly Marvel U conflict makes Black Panther a part of "Civil War."
New rumors are circulating that the monster that killed Superman could make an appearance in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
During an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Jesse Eisenberg revealed the fear he felt regarding his villainous makeover.
The "Social Network" star gets a clean shave in the first photo of the "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" villain.
A new rumor has Constantine and Zatanna heading up the DC team; Ryan Reynolds says they're doing "Deadpool" the "right way" and more.
Lex Luthor may play a role in DC's upcoming super villain team-up; "Fringe's" Adam Davidson will helm the new zombie drama and more.
A new rumor states that Warner Bros. is in discussions with Jesse Eisenberg for "Batman V Superman's" Lex Luthor to appear in "Suicide Squad."
“I’m not crazy,” "Man of Steel" director Zack Snyder says about his casting choices for the upcoming sequel.
Former Lex Luthors Kevin Spacey and Michael Rosenbaum have both commented on Jesse Eisenberg playing the role in the "Man of Steel" sequel.
Fans worried that Jesse Eisenberg doesn't have what it takes to bring Luthor to life, take heart: Here's why he's a great choice to play the iconic villain.
With the news of Jesse Eisenberg taking on the role of Lex Luthor in the "Man of Steel" sequel, CBR wants to know what you think of the casting.
Warner Bros. has announced that Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as Lex Luthor and Jeremy Irons as Alfred in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel.
After a screening of "The Social Network" last week in Manhattan, the film's key players gathered for a Q&A session about how the script came together, portraying real people as an actor and more.
SPINOFF ONLINE reviewed David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's new film "The Social Network," calling the movie "the director’s best work, but like Facebook itself, is nothing if not a group effort."