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Zack Snyder has cited "The Dark Knight Returns" in his depiction of Batman killing in "Batman v Superman." But does the vigilante actually kill anyone in that comic?
Producer Charles Roven also revealed that Warner Bros. is "in the process of looking" at a Superman solo film, though it isn't on the schedule yet.
Elizabeth Olsen talks "sweet" moments with Paul Bettany; rumors say "Justice League" may feature non-Darkseid villains and more.
The "Batman v Superman" director revealed that he is trying to convince the actor to fit a solo Batman film into his schedule.
Three "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" supporting players rumored to be revealed; Snyder describes a Clark Kent scene and more.
The "Man of Steel" director discussed Batman's extended dream sequence as well as Flash's cryptic message for Bruce Wayne.
The "Man of Steel" director discussed Robin's death in detail and explained why including it was crucial to understanding "Batman v Superman's" Batman.
"Batman V Superman" has divided fans and inspired two petitions calling for Snyder's removal from the expanding film franchise.
Director Zack Snyder explained Cyborg's origin as seen in "Batman v Superman" and teased the character's role to come in the DC Cinematic Universe.
According to the "Aquaman" director, "Batman v Superman's" Snyder is laying out the groundwork for the film while respecting Wan's vision.
The "Ultimate Cut" of "Batman v Superman" will flesh out the subplots of the film in more detail and offer more action, according to Zack Snyder.
Zoe Saldana goes green for Gamora in these candid shots; Jason Momoa preps for "Justice League" action and more.
"Batman v Superman" dominated the box office, domestically and internationally, breaking numerous records along the way.
"Batman v Superman" director Snyder details how they filmed "Batman v Superman's" surprise ending.
"Batman v Superman" made $424M worldwide this weekend, with $170M of that coming from the United States.
Now that the first steps have been taken toward "Justice League," here are the questions we need answered as the DC movie-verse expands.
Harsh reviews have not slowed "Batman v Superman" in the early returns at the box office.
Go behind the "BvS" scenes, hear if Tyrese Gibson is getting fitted for rings, and watch a new preview of this week's "Supergirl"/"The Flash" crossover.
CBR's spoiler-filled look at "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," has all the Easter Eggs and nods to the comics you might have missed.
Patty Jenkins says there is diversity on Themyscira; Zack Snyder reveals what was cut from "Batman v Superman" and more.
Snyder teases who will unite the Justice League with a "Seven Samurai" approach in his upcoming film.
Already getting raves for stealing scenes with her iconic-yet-modern take on the DC superhero, Gal Gadot spoke about what the role means to her.
Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman is almost a saving grace, but Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" follow-up is "too gritty to be fun and too grim to be thrilling."
Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Zack Snyder and more spoke about "Batman v Superman's" critical reception and why they believe the fan response is more important.
In addition to calling "Justice League" lighter than "Batman v Superman," producer Deborah Snyder described Flash as "a little bit more comedic."
Director Zack Snyder discusses the justification his Dark Knight uses when employing lethal measures on criminals.
The latest actor to portray the Dark Knight in film, "Batman v Superman" star Ben Affleck reveals his admiration for Frank Miller's take on Batman.
The "Batman v Superman" director elaborates on the connection he sees between the new film and his previous superhero movie, "Watchmen."
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has arrived, but despite a bright spot in Gal Gadot, it's "too gritty to be fun and too grim to be thrilling."
Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Zack Snyder and more weigh in on Batman and Superman's different approaches to justice and just why they come to blows.
Snyder discussed why Grant Gustin's version of Barry Allen wouldn't fit in the current version of the expanded DC Cinematic Universe.
Paul McGuigan directed the first two episodes of Netflix's "Luke Cage"; Henry Cavill calls Affleck's Batman "awesome" and more.
The filmmaker reveals he's discussed the possibility of more "300"-style movies, set during other eras, from ancient China to Colonial America.
The director has been creating logo concepts in order to "figure out... what 'Justice League' is, visually."
While their "mythological presence is felt" in the film, director Zack Snyder kept these two bad guys out of the battle.
Bruce Wayne meets Princess Diana, the Batmobile tears up Gotham's streets, and Batman & Superman plan their big fight scene.
Zack and Deborah Snyder explain how DC Films will marry its overarching blueprint with the visions of the films' directors.
Zack and Deborah Snyder explain the home video rating for "Dawn of Justice," and address rumors about last minute edits to the film.
In a recent interview, Ben Affleck weighs in on his version of Bruce Wayne, saying that he is war-torn and afraid of what Superman could do to Gotham.
Gadot shares what it was like auditioning with Zack Snyder, reading with Ben Affleck, and her surprise when she found out she got the role.