The Library of Congress has announced the 25 movies being added to the National Film Registry for 2017, including Die Hard, Titanic and Superman.
Christopher Reeve called out Marlon Brando on the set of Superman for not living up to the legend.
DC Films president Geoff Johns and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige celebrated 1978's Superman in a special L.A. ceremony.
All of the previous Superman movies (1978-2006) are coming to hi-def Blu-ray this summer.
Director Bryan Singer also talks about not wanting to continue on with the DC Comics hero for this new installment.
The two companies only have until 2011 to get a new Superman or Justice League film off the ground.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest wins Best Theatrical DVD award.
Warner Bros. issues a statement regarding missing assets.
Among the many releases is Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut!
Films to be put out to conincide with the release of Superman Returns
...a new rumor emerges