As you may recall, Carter Burwell had left the film a few weeks back to due creative differences.
The new TV series from ABC, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", is a product of the The Walt Disney Company's buyout of Marvel Comics in 2009.
Those who've been following the Man of Steel conversation online are probably already familiar with some of the ongoing debates surrounding the film's controversial ending.
"For me, the whole experience was a dream," says Jillian Morgese, 23, a Fair Lawn native who can be seen in her first major film role in a funky new version of the Shakespeare comedy, opening nationwide on Friday.
Our marrieds share their thoughts on Man of Steel , the origin storyline and why the last 45 minutes of the movie were atrocious.
Every year, without fail, summer blockbusters invade the movie theaters, marching their big-budget, post-produced glamour through America.
As if a sequel to Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was ever in doubt, the blockbuster's performance over the weekend solidified Warner Bros.
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Despite the fact that we're still two years away from The Avengers 2's official release, seeing as how The Avengers was one of the most successful films of all time, wella there's a lot of endless speculation going on about the plot, about the cast, about the characters, etc.
For all the Tom Hiddleston fans who need another Loki fix, you're going to have to make due with Thor: The Dark World , because the baddie won't be making a return in The Avengers 2 .
A director of box-office smashes like The Avengers, and sci-fi TV series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer turns out to be a closet Shakespeare fan.
Josh Whedon's " Much Ado About Nothing" features many actors from what we could call Tribe Whedon.
Joss Whedon has insisted he is not feeling any pressure for his Avengers sequel, following the success of Avengers Assemble.
Joss Whedon's California-set Much Ado, filmed in black and white over 12 days, is a charming and witty triumph There was a great fear in the 1960s and 70s that various respected directors who'd moved into making epics and blockbusters would be unable to return, even occasionally, to more modest productions.
UPDATE: Our own Eric Eisenberg has chimed in to point out an interesting wrinkle, which is that Deadline refers to the character as Ronan Dey... who doesn't exist.