"It was the only time I can ever remember trying again with an actor who passed on me"
Also featuring the talents of Mark Rylance and a host of yet-to-be-cast unknowns
It is thought to be about the evacuation of Dunkirk
A new version of Donnie Darko could also be on the way
Batman v Superman director Zach Snyder will have talks in the next few days with the man who first pitched the two superheroes against each other in an iconic comic book tale 30 years ago.
Like Christopher Reeve before him, Cavill is set to be the poster boy for a whole new generation of superhero fans
After the camp disappointment that was 2006’s Superman Returns, the franchise certainly needed a reboot. And if you’re in any doubt as to how much of a stinker the comic book’s last big screen outing was, the fact that its star, Brandon Routh, is now languishing on a network television sitcom should give you some idea.
Superman's latest incarnation Man of Steel starring Henry Cavill is slated for release in June 2013.
Stravinsky's morality tale is given a spirited and purposeful reading by singers and orchestra alike
Hollywood's chattering classes love intrigue around the agency water cooler, especially when it comes to agents with powerful clients.
Let's avoid saying that 2011 was the best of times, the worst of times for the crime and thriller field - but it has been a turbulent year, with regular visits by authors to both the heights and the depths.
Strange as it seems, the answer is yes – and it could help us solve our problems, says Dan Roberts
Obsessed with dark thoughts as a child, communing with the spirit of Edith Piaf as an adult: the Oscar-winning Marion Cotillard has spent a lifetime studying the human soul – which should come in handy as she takes on the role of an anthropologist in her latest film
Besuited heroes are back on the big screen as leading men ditch their bandanas, vests and leather jackets for classic sharp suits, says Alice-Azania Jarvis
Anne Hathaway has been cast as Catwoman in the forthcoming Batman movie 'The Dark Knight Rises'.
Christopher Nolan had the concept, the budget and the CGI – what a shame he fell asleep at the wheel