00s

Ben Affleck Is Hanging Up His Cape, According To His Brother

There have been a lot of amazing versions of Batman over the years. Whether you were a fan of Christian Bale, Michael Keaton, Adam West, or even the infamous Clooney years, the studio keeps trying to remake it. Warner Bros. The latest version was Ben Affleck in Batman v Superman. While his version caused a lot of controversy (personally, I want to know why Batman was using so many guns) the fact of the matter was that he was supposed to be around for the upcoming Justice League and his own stand-alone film called The Batman. Warener Bros.The Batman

Movies

10 Superhero Movies From Our Childhood That We Were All Completely Obsessed With

It seems like every week there's another superhero movie coming out and honestly, I am totally here for it. There are so many good ones in the theaters, but still, there is something so wonderful about revisiting the movies that started it all. When we were kids, superhero movies didn't have the same level of hype that they do now, but they were still around and still pretty epic. They may not have made billions of dollars at the box office, but they were beloved by many and helped us dorky kids find worlds we enjoyed. I still remember the

Celebrities

'Superman' Actress Margot Kidder Passes Away At Age 69

Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane in the iconic 1978 movie Superman has passed away at the young age of 69. Her manager confirmed that the actress passed away in her sleep to CNN on May 14th, and it's absolutely heartbreaking to hear. Warner Bros. Kidder played Lois Lane in four Superman movies alongside the legendary Christopher Reeves. Together their chemistry made the crazy heroic plots feel grounded, and made us all believe in heroes. While we are all mourning her loss, it's interesting to take a look back at her iconic role and what she thought of it. She

90s

'Lois & Clark' Ended With A Cliffhanger Over 10 Years Ago, Now The Stars Are Hinting At A Revival

While the superhero TV show market seems to be saturated now, in the 90s, there was one show that really stood out. Even if you didn't love superheroes, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman was just an awesome show. When the show started in 1993, people didn't know what to expect. Superman had been away from the screen for a while and they did not know how this new angle would work. While Lois & Clark was a superhero show, it was also a romantic adventure and appealed to a wide range of audiences. People loved Lois Lane, but her

Pop Culture

4 Superhero Costumes With Hidden Meanings You Never Knew

Aside from their special abilities, a superhero's costume is an important part of their identity. While the colorful costumes were created to catch the reader's eye, there's more to them than meets the eye. There are a lot of tiny details, hidden symbols and meanings that many of us have probably never noticed. Here are 4 superheroes whose looks have hidden meanings you never knew: 1. Hulkideiaseopinioes.comBelieve it or not, when The Incredible Hulk made his first comic book appearance, he was not green. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were inspired by Frankenstein's monster, so they gave him gray