Henry Cavill Talks 'Man Of Steel' And 'Immortals' On Tonight Show

Man of Steel

Henry Cavill won't burst onto the scene as Superman for a little while yet, but you're about to get your first good look at the man in action-hero mode this weekend with the release of "Immortals." The actor appeared on The Tonight Show this week to talk about his new movie, and he offered up quite a bit on his "Man of Steel" routine as well. We've got the full rundown on his appearance right over here.

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Wondering About "Wonder Woman"

Why has it taken so long for Wonder Woman to make it to the big screen? Current "Wonder Woman" writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang weighed in on the topic in a new interview, with Chiang arguing that now's the perfect time for a "Wonder Woman" movie to happen.

Going "Under The Dome"

"Y: The Last Man" and "Ex Machina" creator Brian K. Vaughan is the man to adapt Stephen King's "Under the Dome" for Showtime. Vaughan's best known for his work in comics, but he also held a staff writer position on "Lost" for three seasons of the hit ABC series. As Damon Lindelof remarked, the Vaughan-King collaboration is essentially "the chocolate meets peanut butter of writing."

Mickey Rourke Slams "Iron Man 2" Team

Count Rourke as one of the many who didn't care for "Iron Man 2." The actor had strong things to say about his collaborators at Marvel and their decision to leave the best parts of Whiplash on the floor, in his words. Check it out in the video below.

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