People care about Superman. Warner Bros' attempt to reboot the Last Son of Krypton's big-screen franchise was infamously dogged with problems and missteps: The failed Tim Burton/Nicolas Cage project Superman Lives, the McG-directed/J.J. Abrams-scripted Superman: Flyby, the momentary flirtation with Batman vs. Superman, the disappointing-but-better-than-you-remember-it Richard Donner homage Superman Returns. The long struggle to create a successful Superman movie led to conventional wisdom that people just didn't…
What's better than a signed copy of your favorite book? Why, an inscribed copy of your favorite book, of course, preferably straight from the hand of your favorite author. While some authors tend to sign books with a simple "my best" or "thanks for reading," others push the envelope a little more, and -- especially with an author notorious for his or her humor -- a signature seeker may be blessed with a quip, a bizarre turn of phrase, or even (the holy grail) a little doodle.
Superman is soaring into theaters this weekend with Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." But fans who can't wait for Friday can get a glimpse of the much-anticipated movie in the gallery above, which features 50 photos from "Man of Steel."
Henry Cavill is the latest in a long line of actors to wear the iconic "S" symbol on his chest, following in the footsteps of Christopher Reeve, Kirk Alyn, Tom Welling and George Reeves.
CHESTER, Va. (WTVR) -- So what was that thing in the old James River channel swamp in Henricus Park?
On Tuesday, CBS-6 showed you the mysterious monster turtle lingering among the turtle-rich swamp beside the massive coal-fired Dominion power plant near Dutch Gap.
It was photographed by Brent Cavedo, who visits the wildlife habitat every day during his dinner break to relax and take photos.
Time really does fly.
For three-quarters of a century, Superman has been fighting the good fight, keeping Earth and its inhabitants safe from all manner of villainy and disaster. As the DC Comics character turns 75, he's also getting a major big-screen relaunch in director Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, opening Friday.
So for this week's cover, Entertainment Weekly is taking a look back at all the critical moments in Superman's evolution from dimestore hero to American pop-culture icon.