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Brandon Routh calls the 2006 Superman film his "favorite project" and reveals the supervillains he wishes he'd faced in a sequel.
A decade after its release, we look back on the much-maligned Bryan Singer film and discover it's better (and weirder) than we remember.
Culminating the modern age of DC Comics movies, a fan has cut together scenes from film adaptations of the last decade.
WIth Spider-Man's movie future changing direction following a disappointing sequel, CBR looks back at some sequel stinkers from the past decade.
From "Blade" to "X-Men," CBR looks back at some of the notable franchises whose latter installments missed the mark.
Bryan Singer reveals why he chose Brandon Routh over Henry Cavill for "Superman Returns," and comments on Zack Snyder’s "Man of Steel."
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."
Newly uncovered concept art from Tim Burton's "Superman Lives" reveals shoulder pads, body armor and the idea of casting Woody Harrelson as Jor-El.
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."
The director of "Superman: The Movie," Richard Donner defies the powers that be to hire "Action Comics" writer Geoff Johns to script the next Superman movie, saying it's a no-brainer.
In conversation with the Wall Street Journal, Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov confirmed plans to reintroduce Superman, but with a darker tone that future DC-based movies will also pursue.
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.