Henry Cavill Thinks a BATMAN/SUPERMAN Film is A Great Idea


By AMC Theatres May 24, 2013


We have all been eagerly anticipating the Zack Snyder-helmed and Christopher Nolan-produced "Man of Steel". The latest trailer and awesome character posters left us even more excited. Hurry up June!

With the ever-growing popularity of superhero films, and the tease of a "Justice League" movie looming for years, fans really want to know; will we ever see our beloved Superman and Batman in a movie together?

Henry Cavill, the upcoming Superman himself, definitely thinks the two famed superheroes should share some screen-time. In a recent interview with SFX, Cavill stated the following:

"I think it would be really interesting with the age-old Batman/Superman conflict because they are two different sides of the same coin and their methods are entirely different. And I think it would actually make for an interesting story as to why, first of all, they were going head to head and how. I think that would make a great story."

If a "Justice League" film is too big of a gamble for Warner Bros., and we're still not sure why there is even hesitation to attempt to do what Marvel has so successfully done, perhaps a "The World's Finest" would be the best and easiest way to achieve this dream?

Only time will tell but I'm liking Cavill more and more as Superman, as the release date creeps closer.

Would you rather see a "Justice League" or "World's Finest" movie? Let us know in the comments section below!

"Man of Steel" flies to AMC Theatres on June 14th.

Source: Collider

Get your tickets as well as theater and showtime information here!

Follow us on Twitter for your daily dose of AMC Movie News! @AMCMovieNews

Follow me @Amirosie



Recent Comments
  • Now that was a fun way to spend a Friday night!!!

  • Just curious.....i was on the deadpool list already in 1984, and they finally nabbed me in 1991 (fortunately I was rescued at the last minute by Gurkhas, who did away with the bad guys). So now I am curious.....am I on your deadpool list? Signed, Dr J And by the way, I just read a comment someone wrote about something I had written 2 years ago. Usually I don't go back and check on things that I write to see what others comment about what I may have written, but this program, this "Disquis" or whatever it is called, kind of just pulled it up and suddenly it was there. So I couldn't miss it. I always sign what I write with my real, actual honest-to-goodness name, not a fake moniker so that no one knows who it was who said this or that. I say what I mean, and I mean what I say. That having been said, I think we could all lighten up a little bit, and recognize a joking manner, when it is in written form. It is not as easy to distinguish jocularity in writing style, much easier to misinterpret, so maybe I should just write up front (insert her, this is a joke, folks!) whenever i am doing it. But I did honestly think that when I made a statement about "cool police" coming to take away someone's "cool points" forever, that pretty much everyone could recognize that as a joke, after all, no "cool police" exist to my knowledge (and if I am wrong, someone please let me know so that I can get my coolness back together, it has gotten a little loose around the edges lately). But for that statement, it was written that I had made a "mediocre aggressive review". Now that in itself is funny. But there was nothing mediocre about challenging why a review of who the coolest people on earth are included not one single person of color. That was not a mediocre statement, that was truth. And if truth is seen as "mediocre" to some people, then there perhaps is the bottom line issue in America, that we as American people cannot distinguish fantasy from reality any longer. That the idiot box has now completely disrupted our ability to think and to analyze and to distinguish what is real, versus what is the garbage fed to us on a daily basis from our governments, and from the Hollywood Machine. Frank Zappa was right when he wrote (and sang, in his funky way) "I am the Slime from your Video". He also should have been featured in their Cool hall of Fame, but was obviously left out, because he criticized (and often) the kind of garbage that Hollywood puts out called "entertainment", even worse now that we have cable (in some ways that is a joke, and in some ways it isn't). If you have read this, I thank you for your attention. If you haven't, it's probably just as well. I really just wanted to clarify a few things, and now I think that I have. Thanks. Dr J

  • My birthday is Feb 28th. Would be a pretty awesome birthday present. I really never win anything