With the release of the DVD and blu-ray of Man of Steel, Henry Cavill talked about some of the Easter eggs found in the movie.
One of the DC superheroes that Henry is excited about is Cyborg. He says:
What really intrigued me was Dr. Hamilton’s connection to S.T.A.R. Labs, Cyborg I think would make a wonderful character and an incredible bridge between both superhumans and humanity in a different way than Batman. So I don’t know where he’s going to come in or if he’s going to come in but that’s one I’m particularly excited about.
I’m a fan of swapping Martian Manhunter for Cyborg and I’m glad Henry sees it the same way!
Cyborg is half robot after an accident nearly killed him and struggles with his humanity. Just as Henry says, the struggle for humanity sounds way more exciting than seeing a martian shape-shift. We got that already with Mystique in X-men.
You can watch the full Henry Cavill clip below:
What are you? Are you Team Martian or Team Cyborg?
Wait..wait…breathe! Slow down there. Before you get carried away… it’s not real. Yes, I’m sorry I have to break that to you.
A fan created the above image after Lebron James answered a Reddit AMA question about his thoughts on Space Jam. He said, “I love that movie. Wish I could do Space Jam 2!”. The result, of course, is this awesome movie poster.
I, for one, would absolutely support this idea. Not for Lebron James, but to see the Tunes come back to the big screen. We are long over due for a Looney Tunes movie.
What do you think?
Both Sony and Microsoft have boasted that they sold over 1 million of their respected next-gen consoles in the first 24 hours of being on store shelves.
That number is surely going to skyrocket with Christmas fast approaching. Many of us have marked down one or the other on our wish list. Some of my friends are sticking with Microsoft and going Xbox One while others are going PlayStation 4 and its more powerful graphics card. I’m curious what new console are YOU favouring? Sony’s graphics intensive PlayStation 4 or Microsoft’s social friendly Xbox One?
While I got to play a handful of Xbox One games recently, I can’t help but want to see the PlayStation 4 in all its all-powerful graphics on my T.V. On the other hand, the Xbox One still improves on the 360 graphics and cloud gaming means saved data at my friends’ houses. It’s a tough choice!
I’d love to see what you’re thinking. Which system are you going to get (or did get)? Leave a comment telling why!
It’s been 16 years since J.K. Rowling introduced Harry Potter to us. Sixteen years of wanting to go to Hogwarts. Oh how time flies.
This video shows one lucky kid who — well, thinks — he can get to Hogwarts by New York’s Pennsylvania Station, but he can’t find Platform 9 3/4. Naturally he asks for directions. I specifically like the woman who tells Harry to “run really hard at the pillar”, which is actually true. And then the station attendant who calls the kid on being in New York and not England.
A prank well done.
Posted about two weeks ago
Can we just talk about sometime really cool and classy right now?
Five-year-old Miles Scott is in remission after a four-year battle with leukemia so the Make-A-Wish Foundation and lots of volunteers gave him his only wish — to become Batman for a day, or rather “Batkid”. If that’s not freakin’ awesome, I don’t know what is.
San Franciso transformed into Gothem City for the day and Miles dawned the cape and cowl. As Batman’s sidekick he stopped the Riddler and the Penguin from causing mayhem as many people cheered him on. He saved a damsel in distress and even the San Francisco Giants mascot. What an awesome superhero.
Miles gets ready to tackle crime as Batkid
Miles even got a message from President Obama.
You can read the full story here (plus lots more pictures).