Batman V Superman won’t come out for almost an entire year from now (it’s set to hit theaters on March 25, 2016), so if you’re an impatient person who gets fidgety at even the thought of waiting more than 20 minutes for the delivery pizza guy to get to your door, don’t watch this.
If you’re purely a fan of the Batman movies and don’t know anything about the comic book source material, then making Robin a girl probably comes as a huge shocker to you.
One would assume that the upcoming film called Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice means Batman is going to fight Superman based on the title, right.
What a dreamboat.
Fish go blub.
Shut it down, we've reached the summit of Mount GIFopolis and the view is incredible.
With the summer of 2014 seemingly overloaded with comic book-based films now seems like the perfect time to take a look back at the best comic book movies we've seen thus far.
Up, up and he's probably going awaaaay.
Man of Steel, the latest attempt at rebooting Superman into film, was a perfectly fine movie.
The Internet has been sort of iffy on the Man of Steel sequel since it was announced that Ben Affleck would play Batman in the film, teaming up with/battling Henry Cavill's Superman.
Can't wait to try this.
Warner Bros allegedly went on a movie domain registration spree for the new Batman/Superman movie starring new Batfella Ben Affleck and current Superbro Henry Cavill.
Everyone is totally cool with this, right.