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New Images From Animated Feature ‘Reign Of The Supermen’

Warner Bros. and DC have released a bunch of new stills from the upcoming Reign Of The Supermen, a new animated feature coming to cinemas next week as one half of a double feature. Packaged with the film is The Death Of Superman, DC’s’ landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon, featuring an all-star voice cast led by Jerry O’Connell, Rebecca Romijn and Rainn Wilson as the voices of Superman, Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, respectively.

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The potent trio is joined by the DC Universe Movies’ returning voices of the Justice League: Jason O’Mara as Batman, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern/Hal Jordan, and Christopher Gorham as The Flash.

Here’s the plot for The Death of Superman as provided by the studio.

An Asteroid hurtles through our atmosphere and with it arrives an unstoppable force known only as Doomsday.
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The Death of Superman And Reign of the Supermen Double Feature From Fathom Events Coming To Cinemas January 13 And 14

Fathom Events, Warner Bros and DC invite you to a premiere event when Reign of the Supermen comes to cinemas nationwide for a special two-day event on January 13th and January 14th.

The action-packed event will include two features, audiences will first see The Death of Superman followed by the brand-new release of Reign of the Supermen.

The two-part film is an animated adaptation of “The Death of Superman,” DC’s’ landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon, and features an all-star voice cast led by Jerry O’Connell, Rebecca Romijn and Rainn Wilson as the voices of Superman, Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, respectively.

The Death of Superman

An Asteroid hurtles through our atmosphere and with it arrives an unstoppable force known only as Doomsday. With innocent lives threatened and Metropolis under attack, the Justice League rally to meet this otherwordly menace. But when the dust settles, only an epic showdown between
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The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen set for UK theatrical release

Last month it was announced that Warner Bros. will be bringing the animated movies The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen to U.S. theaters, and now we have word that the double-bill will also be screening in UK cinemas for one night only on January 14th 2019.

The two-part film is an animated adaptation of “The Death of Superman,” DC’s’ landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon, and features an all-star voice cast led by Jerry O’Connell (Stand By Me), Rebecca Romijn (X-Men) and Rainn Wilson (The Meg) as the voices of Superman, Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, respectively.

Here’s the official synopses for the two movies:

The Death of Superman

An Asteroid hurtles through our atmosphere and with it arrives an unstoppable force known only as Doomsday. With innocent lives threatened and Metropolis under attack, the Justice League rally to meet this otherwordly menace. But when the dust settles,
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Morelia: Marcelo Tobar to Direct Comedy (Exclusive)

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Morelia: Marcelo Tobar to Direct Comedy (Exclusive)
Morelia, Mexico — Mexican helmer-scribe Marcelo Tobar is teaming up for the third time with producer Elsa Reyes of Zensky Cine to make his most ambitious film to date. Contrary to his earlier features, which cost roughly $150,000 each to make, Tobar’s latest film, “Los Idealistas,” boasts a $1 million budget.

Zensky Cine produced and distributed Tobar’s 2017 hit “Polar Bear,” the first Mexican movie to be shot entirely on an iPhone and winner of last year’s Best Mexican Feature at Morelia, and his earlier 2014 film, “Asteroid.”

“It was a challenge to raise the financing for “Los Idealistas” but after several attempts, we were finally able to tap Mexico’s film incentives,” said Reyes, who added that Cinepolis Distribution has shown interest in releasing the film.

“It’s the first comedy I direct,” said Tobar, adding: “What greater challenge after ‘Polar Bear’ than to make a comedy for the general public
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Killing Joke at 40: Why These Trailblazing Veterans Are Still in Their Prime

A little after 10pm on Wednesday, Killing Joke frontman Jaz Coleman was stomping around the stage of New York’s Irving Plaza, bellowing out the band’s brutish 2003 industrial-metal anthem “Loose Cannon,” which as he told the crowd beforehand, was inspired by a period when excessive drinking sent him off the rails. “I’m an urban animal!” the 58-year-old shouted. “One step from a cannibal.”

Like so much of the show — from dreadlocked, raggedly dressed bassist Martin “Youth” Glover reminding the crowd of his days spent spinning records at bygone
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