Tim Burton’s Superman Lives is perhaps the most notorious of the Superman films that almost existed, but there’s another one you may have forgotten: in 2002, J.J. Abrams wrote a screenplay for a Superman film to be directed by Brett Ratner, with rumors of Josh Hartnett playing the lead. In a new interview, Magic Mike XXL star Matt Bomer reveals that Ratner selected him to play the Man of Steel, and he tested with some surprising actors.
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Before Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder teamed up for Man of Steel, even before Bryan Singer's Superman Returns, Warner Bros. had plans for a movie called Superman: Flyby. The 2003 script for that never-made film w
On sale this week from IDW Publishing is Star Trek Ongoing #1, launching a new series starring the modernized characters of director J.J. Abrams' 2009 motion picture in what IDW is calling "re-imaginings" of classic adventures from the original 1960s Star Trek television series. In other words, instead of William Shatner's Captain James T. Kirk fighting a Gorn o
Now that the next Superman film is safely in the hands of director Zack Snyder and composer Hans Zimmer (having been conceived by Batman luminaries Christopher Nolan and David Goyer), it is fun to look back on what might have been. We previously showcased and discussed the radically weird costume conce
Long before J.J. Abrams announced that he was going to be adapting the story of Boilerplate into a feature film, the adventures of the Victorian Era combat robot were catalogued in a coffee table book by Portland creators Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett. Originally intended to be a character in one of Guinan's comics, Boi