Daniel Wallace is a comic book expert, sci-fi sage, and lifelong geek, and author/co-author of books including The Jedi Path, The Art of Superman Returns, DC Comics Year by Year, The Marvel Encyclopedia, and the New York Times bestselling Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Characters. Other universes he has worked with include Smallville, Indiana Jones, and Supernatural. We asked him some questions about his new book, Man of Steel: Inside the Legendary World of Superman and Henry Cavill as Superman.
Twelve year old Cooper Timberline was in elementary school, when he got the part of 9 year old Clark Kent in the Man of Steel movie. Actor Henry Cavill plays the grown Clark Kent/Superman. Cooper, a Richmond, Virginia native, is not new to the entertainment industry. He did theater, traveled with the national tour of “Radio City Christmas Spectacular” and also starred in 2012’s “Chasing Mavericks” with Gerard Butler and Jonny Weston. We interviewed him on the red carpet in New York for Man of Steel and followed up with a few questions after the movie came out.
There’s nothing better on a hot summer day, then sitting poolside with a cool drink and reading a sexy, steamy, fun book. And fortunately for us, we have found the perfect summer read. The fabulous authors Christina Lauren have come out with their novella, Beautiful Bitch; which follows Bennett and Chloe from Beautiful Bastard to a romantic villa in France.
If you haven’t read Beautiful Bastard and Beautiful Stranger, then we urge you to read our interviews with the authors, get the books and start your summer reading adventure. Many of the readers have identified Henry Cavill as the perfect book boyfriend for not only Bennett in BB, but Max in BS. We love to indulge our minds with images of Henry as both!
Larry Tye runs the Boston-based Health Coverage Fellowship, which is designed to help the media do a better job covering critical health care issues. From 1986 to 2001, Tye was a reporter at the Boston Globe, where his primary beat was medicine. He also served as the Globe’s environmental reporter, roving national writer, investigative reporter, and sports writer. Larry has written several books, including Satchel: The Life and Times of an American Legend and his latest Superman: The High-Flying History of America’s Most Enduring Hero. We asked him about the new Man of Steel movie and Henry Cavill’s performance as Superman.
We met up with our friend Lisa while covering the Man of Steel premiere in New York and she told us all about her experience meeting Henry Cavill outside the theater.
Élan Goldstein was an extra in the Man of Steel movie starring Henry Cavill. He was one of many military members serving at Edwards Air Force Base when the film came there to shoot and he ended up being an actor in the movie. We interviewed him before the movie came out and asked him about his filmmaking experience, what it was like to work with Henry Cavill and the cast and crew of Man of Steel. You can read that interview here. Élan promised us a follow up interview after the movie was out and he could speak more freely. What follows is his description of filming the scenes he was a part of.
Everyone from the Jersey Evening Post to BBC Radio Jersey to ITV has been covering news of Jersey home town bean Henry Cavill and his role as the Man of Steel in the upcoming movie. Jersey, in the Channel Islands, will be holding a premiere on Friday night with Henry Cavill in attendance along with other cast members, including Russell Crowe and Amy Adams. We caught up with BBC Radio Jersey host Kevin Pamplin to ask him about local reaction to Henry Cavill’s return to Jersey… along with a star-studded Hollywood premiere… right on the island!
Everyone from the Jersey Evening Post to BBC Radio Jersey to ITV has been covering news of Jersey home town bean Henry Cavill and his role as the Man of Steel in the upcoming movie. Jersey, in the Channel Islands, will be holding a premiere on Friday night with Henry Cavill in attendance along with other cast members including, Russell Crowe and Amy Adams. We caught up with ITV Channel Television anchorwoman Jess Dunsdon to ask her about local reaction to Henry Cavill’s return to Jersey…along with a star-studded Hollywood premiere…right on the island!
Jeffrey Taylor is a lifelong Superman fan who has read about 2/3 of all Superman comics from 1938-today, watched all the movies and TV shows multiple times and even listened to most of the radio series. In 2007, he began writing for The Superman Homepage (www.supermanhomepage.com) which is the #1 Superman website according to Google. He cohosts “From Crisis to Crisis,” one of the top Superman podcasts on iTunes with friend Michael Bailey. In 2011, he was invited to write a bi-weekly column about the recently announced Man of Steel for Movies.com, a sister site of Fandango. This allowed him the opportunity to visit the set and interview David S. Goyer, Zack Snyder and Henry Cavill who was still in the suit waiting for the next shot to be set up. He recently saw Henry again at a press junket at Warner Brothers Studios and will attend the premiere in New York on June 10, 2013.
A couple of months ago, we had the opportunity to interview the dynamic duo Christina Lauren when they released their debut novel, Beautiful Bastard. The book was a huge success becoming a best seller on both the NY Times and USA Today lists. If you missed our first interview, you can read it here.
Thankfully for their readers, the authors have written a second book in the series, Beautiful Stranger… and film rights to the entire series have been picked up by Constantin Film. We followed up with the authors to ask about them about their new book, Henry Cavill casting, and what’s ahead in the Beautiful series.