Article 'Batman vs. Superman' vs. 'Captain America 3'

By Andrew Bridgman / April 8, 2014

  Captain America 3 Talks To Batman vs Superman

As of right now, both Batman vs. Superman and Captain America 3 are due to be released on May 6, 2016. That's right - two of the biggest superhero movies ever, both planned for the same day. Marvel originally claimed this date for an unnamed movie - so DC planned their huge crossover film for the same day, expecting Marvel to blink. But with the success of The Winter Soldier, Marvel went ahead and announced that Captain America 3 would indeed be released then.

  1. Batman vs. Superman

    Ooo...awkward. This is our date - sorry Captain America 3.

  2. Capt. America 3

    No way, Batfleck vs. Hopeman, Marvel was savin' this spot for me.

  3. Batman vs. Superman

    Well, uh, technically they were just saving it for "Untitled Marvel Film." That doesn't really count.

  4. Capt. America 3

    Sure it does - now make way for Captain America 3: I'm a Better Superman Than Henry Cavill's City-Wrecking Saiyan

  5. Batman vs. Superman

    You're not really calling yourself that, are you?

  6. Capt. America 3

    Psh, who knows? Haven't even started writing the damn thing.

  7. Batman vs. Superman

    Yeah, that's sorta the thing - number 2 JUST came out - don't you think it's a little early to call a spot for the third one?

  8. Capt. America 3

    That's how Captain America 3 rolls, son. Pre-emptive strike up in this house!

  9. Batman vs. Superman

    But don't you know how much money you'll lose?

  10. Capt. America 3

    Are you kidding me? Have you seen the box office numbers? We got more green on us than the Hulk's dick.

Infographic: The Evolution of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman

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Article Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs. Superman

By Andrew Bridgman / February 10, 2014

1. Lex Luthor: BRYAN CRANSTON

Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs Superman

Bryan Cranston was long rumored for the part of Lex Luthor - the villainous antagonist to Superman. Despite the gravitas and sheer talent he would have brought to the role, they gave it to Jesse Eisenberg. Uh, we wanted HEISENBERG, Zack Snyder, not EISENBERG. Bryan Cranston has already proved he has the menacing glare, the acting ability, and the "looking cool with a shaved head"-ness that the role of Luthor requires.

 

2. Bruce Wayne / Batman: BRYAN CRANSTON

Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs Superman

"I am the night"? Psh - try "I AM THE DANGER!" Bryan Cranston could act circles around Ben "Gigli" Affleck. Even when the two shared scenes in Argo, it became clear that Affleck was desperately out of his league next to the Cran-man. Bryan Cranston as Walter White was pretty much Batman already - the voice, the brutal doling out of justice, and - hell - he even had his own Robin in Jesse Pinkman. The true dark knight is Bryan Cranston.

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Article Lex Luthor and Mark Zuckerberg Are Pretty Much the Same Person

By Andrew Bridgman / January 31, 2014

It was just announced that Jesse Eisenberg - best known for portraying Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network - has been cast as Lex Luthor in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman film. This casting could not be better - since Mark Zuckerberg and Lex Luthor are already pretty much the same person.

 

Lex Luthor and Mark Zuckerberg Are Pretty Much the Same Person

 


 

 

Lex Luthor and Mark Zuckerberg Are Pretty Much the Same Person