Empire Magazine August Issue Features “The Death of Superman Lives” and Cara Delevingne

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When looking on the Empire Magazine site for the report about Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice for the August 2015 issue, which will include some other DC Properties.
Image and video hosting by TinyPicFirst Up is an article on The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? Documentary that sheds light on the troubled production. I just discovered my order will arrive soon, so expect a review of that here at DCComicsMovie.com.
Image and video hosting by TinyPicSUPERMAN LIVES
Tim Burton and Nicolas Cage’s superhero-flick-that-wasn’t remains more than just a movie curio. Seventeen years after it went the way of General Zod, Superman Lives still captivates as a story of what might have been. It’s the subject of a new crowd-funded documentary, The Death Of “Superman Lives”: What Happened?, charting its birth, life and death in a pre-production that yielded more lore than many entire movie shoots. We asked its makers to take us through the story.

The next article that is of interest is Cara Delevingne as The Enchantress for Suicide Squad. This is not surprising, the young model turned actress has been gathering a pretty good response since making her rounds for Paper Towns, so its natural they would want to focus on her. It seems very much like Cara Delevingne is the unofficial spokesperson for the Suicide Squad film.
Image and video hosting by TinyPicCARA DELEVINGNE
She may love Zoolander and have a prodigiously successful catwalk career, but the idea of a real-life model-turned-actress Slashies is not something Cara Delevingne is likely to embrace. She’s model, sure, but as she tells Empire, acting is her first love and she’s consummating it with an eye-grabbing turn in John ’The Fault In Their Stars’ Green adaptation Paper Towns. Next up, she’s Enchantress in Suicide Squad. This woman in going places. Empire hitched a ride.

Eric Curto

Eric Curto

My name is Eric and I am loving this current comic book boom, I was around for the first one with Superman: The Movie, Supergirl(being the first female and crossover film) and Batman and have been enjoying the resurgence since Blade. Can't express how much I cannot wait for WB & DC to take back the film universe but until than I love the TV shows we have gotten. I only started reading comics about 10 years ago but am connected more to DC over Marvel or any other major company. If you wanna chat feel free to contact me
Eric Curto
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