The Watchmen actor discusses his thoughts on his former director taking over the popular franchise and whether or not he would like to play the "Man of Steel."
The True Blood star is rumored to be up against Brendan Routh and Tom Welling for the iconic lead role in Zack Snyder's reboot.
Zack Snyder dismisses the rumor, claiming that his Superman will be different than anything else to ever come before it.
The legendary director discusses the project that he would like to helm next and his opinion on Zack Snyder taking over Superman.
The director says the new movie will focus on the early days of Clark Kent, and that its not based on any particular comic book story.
The Watchmen director has been confirmed by Warner Bros. for producer Christopher Nolan's long-anticipated reboot.
The Let Me In star shares his opinion on the possibility of Matt Reeves directing the Man of Steel and what role he would like to play in the movie.
The actress will reportedly join this superhero reboot if Darren Aronofsky signs on as the director.
Zack Snyder, Tony Scott, and Matt Reeves are all still possible candidates for this Christopher Nolan produced Man of Steel reboot.
Producer Christopher Nolan is hoping to start production soon, and is also looking at guys like Jonathan Liebesman and Duncan Jones.
We also have a new magazine cover image from Nolan's latest, Inception.
The director reveals that he has a fantastic new story for both Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne in the works.
It was also revealed that the reboot could lead into a Justice League film as well.
Some new confirmation from Legendary Pictures indicates the story isn't accurate.
Warner Bros. has apparently brought the Dark Knight director aboard to figure out how to proceed with the franchise.
The new president of DC Entertainment says a new film isn't in the cards.
We've got information on projects like Bizarro Superman, The Flash and more!
Warner Brothers executives want it to be someone - anyone - other than Lex Luthor.
The Superman Returns director remains elusive on the subject.