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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

DC's Trinity On The Cover Of 'Famous Monsters Of Filmland'

Check out the new image of the DC Trinity on the cover of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. The publisher is giving us a preview, before the issue goes on sale:  

BEHOLD: FM 284 won't hit stores for another few weeks, but we wanted to give you guys a peek at our retailer cover, which is now available for pre-order! - This issue is packed with awesome superhero content from both Marvel and DC, including an exclusive interview with BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE director Zack Snyder. Stay tuned for the subscriber cover and more details on content later in the week!

We'll post the interview and scans when we get them. What a day.

UPDATE 1/21:

The magazine has shared with us some excerpts from Zack Snyder's exclusive interview with them:

From dealing with intense fan scrutiny to the challenges of expanding the big-screen DC Extended Universe, BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE director Zack Snyder pulls the curtain back on his thought process and how it all connects to the upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE movie in our Official FM Interview.

• CREATING A BELIEVABLE TITLE-CHARACTER MATCH-UP: “The discovery of the story is that Batman fights Superman. Now move your superhero chess pieces so that can happen. And it can happen in a credible and interesting way. … It’s just incredibly satisfying and fun to dig into these two mythological characters and find a through line that allows them to come into conflict in a way that not only is philosophically satisfying, but also physically real.”

• REGARDING BEN AFFLECK’S OLDER, WISER BATMAN: “He’s not yet tired of his place in the world. He’s definitely still tooth-and-nailing it.”

• REACTING TO CRITICISM OF EXCESSIVE DESTRUCTION IN MAN OF STEEL: “I stand by it, because for me, I’ve always said when I was working on WATCHMEN — and maybe it’s sort of left over from a WATCHMEN philosophical sort of thing — that there should be consequences to superheroes’ interaction with the earth. And that was kind of the way that we approached MAN OF STEEL. I wanted a big consequence to Superman’s arrival on earth. Certainly, BATMAN v SUPERMAN sort of cashes in all its chips on the ‘why’ of that destruction.”

The Batman v Superman issue of 'Famous Monsters of Filmland' hits newsstands February 2, and you can now order it at CaptainCo.com.

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