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Updates/news on Zack Snyder's Dawn of Justice film. Expect heavy posts on Man of Steel and Dawn of Justice films and its cast and updates. Other DCU films and TV shows will be randomly posted on this blog as well. Original gifs and edits will be posted and reblogged on here daily. *Formerly known as MANOFSTEELFILMS.

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Ray Fisher Talks Cyborg, Justice League

Nobody told Ray Fisher the plan. The 27-year-old had no idea he was set to explode into Hollywood movie stardom, top-lining as the title character in a Cyborg movie set for release in 2020. In fact, producers called the New Jersey-born theater actor on Oct. 15 with the heads-up only hours before Warner Bros. publicly revealed its slate of mega-budget superhero movies tied to the DC Cinematic Universe—Wonder Woman,The Justice League, Suicide Squad, and Shazam among them.
“I didn’t know the extent to which DC and WB had planned on taking my character,” says Fisher, who was hired in March to cameo as Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “When I signed on, I just wanted to be part of this world. But that specific information, I found out then and there. I didn’t think I’d be getting my own stand-alone film.”
In July, the actor wrapped shooting his part for Batman v Superman, scheduled for release in March 25, 2016. He remains tight-lipped about plot-points and potential spoilers but confirmed meeting certain super-friends on set: Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Ben Affleck (Batman). Fisher also bonded with fellow New Jersey-ite Jesse Eisenberg, who portrays super villain Lex Luthor in the movie.
“I met everyone in the Justice League except Henry Cavill and Ezra Miller,” Fisher says of the actors who respectively portray Superman and the Flash within the DC Cinematic Universe. “It was surreal. You get this idea of going to work on a Hollywood set as being really stressful and nerve-wracking. But it blew that stereotype away. If they did have stressful times, it wasn’t while I was there.”

withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics:

Ray Fisher Talks Cyborg, Justice League

Nobody told Ray Fisher the plan. The 27-year-old had no idea he was set to explode into Hollywood movie stardom, top-lining as the title character in a Cyborg movie set for release in 2020. In fact, producers called the New Jersey-born theater actor on Oct. 15 with the heads-up only hours before Warner Bros. publicly revealed its slate of mega-budget superhero movies tied to the DC Cinematic Universe—Wonder Woman,The Justice LeagueSuicide Squad, and Shazam among them.

“I didn’t know the extent to which DC and WB had planned on taking my character,” says Fisher, who was hired in March to cameo as Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “When I signed on, I just wanted to be part of this world. But that specific information, I found out then and there. I didn’t think I’d be getting my own stand-alone film.”

In July, the actor wrapped shooting his part for Batman v Superman, scheduled for release in March 25, 2016. He remains tight-lipped about plot-points and potential spoilers but confirmed meeting certain super-friends on set: Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Ben Affleck (Batman). Fisher also bonded with fellow New Jersey-ite Jesse Eisenberg, who portrays super villain Lex Luthor in the movie.

“I met everyone in the Justice League except Henry Cavill and Ezra Miller,” Fisher says of the actors who respectively portray Superman and the Flash within the DC Cinematic Universe. “It was surreal. You get this idea of going to work on a Hollywood set as being really stressful and nerve-wracking. But it blew that stereotype away. If they did have stressful times, it wasn’t while I was there.”

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“Let me tell you, man, people are in for a hell of a treat.”
- Ray Fisher on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice  (via lyrafay)

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I’ll stop reblogging this when it becomes irrelevant which will be never. 

That this popped up on my dash, without irony, so soon after DC announced its slate of films, featuring films headlined by a woman, a Polynesian AND an African American, while Marvel has STILL not announced any release dates for films where the above are, if present, simply support for the straight, white, male headliner… amuses me.  :-)

One could argue it’s still relevant, just not in the way it was originally intended to be.

DC is represented by a person of color, trying their hardest and still not getting any credit as Marvel, the white guy, brags about their perceived superiority when they aren’t actually working themselves nearly as hard as the person they’re bragging towards.

I’m so sick of this bullshit. So fucking what? Congratulations DC! You are being diverse! Let’s praise DC for being diverse and start bashing marvel for not diversifying itself yet! Well guess what, the white guy is selling. Guess where Avengers ranks on highest grossing films? Number 3. Wanna know where Man of Steel ranks (the first movie in DCs cinematic universe)? Not even in the top 50. So yeah this is still relevant because Marvel is still dominating the box office. Idk who expects Marvel to deviate from their current strategy. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

Acting like money is more important than representing people.

Son, you ought to change your name because you’re doing a piss poor job of representing what Steve Rogers as a character is all about. 

I’m reblogging as text because I don’t need the gif on this blog and most of all - I have not seen the Captain America movie but I feel like whatever Rogers said to Wilson was not intended to be offensive. From what I understand of the character, Captain America is a kind person… So some fans are taking this one bit of the film and using it negatively, and to achieve what? Ridiculous. And for this person to say that money is important than representation?? Yo, you need to rethink what you just said because if you honestly feel that way, then you’re going against YOUR superhero’s ideals.

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"And you can hide in that suit. But chainmail, Kevlar; there isn’t an armor in existance I haven’t cut through to bring an enemy to the truth!"

Wonder Woman in Batman #35

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Wonder Woman by Dan Mora
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WONDER WOMAN by mannyclark

TDK Trilogy created by no other than Christopher Nolan

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Harvey Dent never made it home. Of course not.  What have you done with him? Me? I was right here.

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I know I’m very skinny, but see? I’m strong!! #piggyback #ZackSnyder And it was a wrap for me today!! Thank you all for an amazing experience✨ #BatmanVSupermanDawnofJustice [Tao Okamoto, 20th October 2014]

I know I’m very skinny, but see? I’m strong!! #piggyback #ZackSnyder And it was a wrap for me today!! Thank you all for an amazing experience✨ #BatmanVSupermanDawnofJustice [Tao Okamoto, 20th October 2014]