Sunday, July 5, 2009

Routh's Superman Contract Has Expired, and Brandon Routh tells omelet that has no contract to live Superman

Superman Returns star Brandon Routh recently told Omelete (via that his contract to star in a sequel has expired, but that if they were to call again, he would go back to the character without thinking twice. Other than that, Routh said he does not know anything about the status of the possible project.

Funny video as to why Superman Returns SUCKED!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Is Warner Bros. Prepping A Movie-Length SMALLVILLE-Related Project Called METROPOLIS??

This is being reported over at "Aint it cool News" now let me tell you something here! This is what us fans have been wanting to read for years!!!

This could be the best news EVER!!!

If this is hoax, it’s a good one, as it comes with a few bits of convincing detail we are not sharing with you. Someone has written us, claiming to have gotten a glimpse of some signage being prepared for next month’s “Smallville” presentation at Comic-Con. His or her description:
On black, with crimson/red text in the same font lettering that Smallville uses, and a transparent grey Superman "S" watermark behind the text:
METROPOLIS  CHRISTMAS 2010  Then at the bottom is a banner advertising the Smallville presentation, with the time/place (can't remember).

Other info this untested source sent us suggests "Metropolis" is a movie-length project, and not a new series.  Word is “Smallville” will conclude its 9-year run May 2010, so it makes sense that the CW would tack on a couple more production hours up there in Canada to make a Superman TV-movie that would run seven or so months after the series’ conclusion.
But what if Tom Welling isn't putting on the red cape for the small screen? It doesn’t seem like 18 months is enough time to slap together a big-screen "Smallville" sequel, but I also seem to remember Warner Bros. kicking the first three episodes of “Clone Wars” to cinemas without a lot of notice.
This comes from an untested source, self-described as “Yoda’s Bitch,” so kindly take it all as rumor.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

"Superman III" Costume on Auction

Christopher Reeve's Superman costume set to quicken pulses at Bonhams & Goodman forthcoming Collectables auction.

Movie fans are in for a treat when Bonhams & Goodman conduct an auction of Collectables on Sunday 24 May at 2pm, in the Melbourne salerooms.


One of the highlights of the auction is a costume worn by actor Christopher Reeve as Superman. Reeve played the super hero in four feature-length movies between 1978-1987. The costume comprises a leotard featuring the unmistakable red and yellow 'S' logo, a pair of red trunks and yellow belt. The leotard has slits in the side through which cables were fed to suspend Reeve while filming simulated flying scenes for Superman III.

Superman costumes rarely appear on the market and are much sought after by collectors. Complete costumes have been known to sell for in excess of $100,000 at auction. This part-costume carries an estimate of $15,000-20,000.

Superman is an icon of twentieth century Popular Culture. His distinctive blue, red and yellow crime fighting costume makes him arguably the most recognisable character in movie history. He was created in 1932 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster and first appeared in 'Action Comic #1' in 1938. The huge success of the comic book hero led to several spin-offs including a long-running radio series and seventeen short films. In 1978 the first feature length Superman movie opened with Christopher Reeve in the lead role. The film grossed more than US$300,000 worldwide and at the time was Warner Bros. biggest ever commercial success.

The sale also features a diverse range of other collectables including vintage toys, exceptional Meccano construction sets, trains, diecast toys and toy soldiers, as well as sporting and entertainment memorabilia, advertising and film posters.

A fully illustrated catalogue can be viewed online at

Allison Mack Confirms Season 10 of "Smallville" Likely

You'll recall that back in late February the Superman Homepage was the first to report that "Smallville" could possibly continue on for 10 seasons when Tom Welling renewed his contract for the TV series. Allison Mack now confirms this in an interview with
    Q: What's the latest with Smallville? How do you like living in Vancouver?Mack: The latest with Smallville is that we have another season [after this season's finale on May 14]. Tom has signed for two more, so the show will go until season 10. I will be completed with my contract next year, and I am looking for new and exciting ways to carry out my character's exit. I love living in Vancouver, it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I love the people, the food, the aesthetic, and the life I have built here. It's wonderful.
You can read the complete interview at
The final decision on a possible 10th season comes down to The CW and will mostly depend on Season 9 ratings and the availability of other cast members.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

‘Tudors’ Star Henry Cavill Was So Close To Playing Superman, He Even Wore The Cape!

Even though he’s currently busy offing the heads of rebellious Englishmen as Sir Charles Brandon on “The Tudors,” Henry Cavill revealed to MTV News that he was once connected to a very different — and much less morally murky — role in popular fiction.

Before the Bryan Singer-helmed “Superman Returns” went into production, Cavill was slated to star as the Man of Steel in “Terminator Salvation” director McG’s vision of the beloved DC Comics superhero.

“I was attached to the McG ‘Superman’ movie,” Cavill told MTV News during a press event for Woody Allen’s “Whatever Works.” “Then Bryan Singer came on and took the helm and he made his movie.”

Cavill claims that his involvement in the superhero film went so far that he even wore a Superman costume. But due to a variety of reasons, including McG’s self-acknowledged fear of flying from the United States to Australia, the project itself never took flight.

“[The McG and Singer versions] were two different movies,” Cavill explained. “So it wasn’t so much of a sting because it was like, ‘Oh, I got [the role],’ and then the movie just didn’t happen.”

Interestingly, McG’s now-defunct “Superman” isn’t the only time Cavill has been linked to a comic book icon. Cavill was previously rumored for the Man of Tomorrow in the long-gestating “Justice League” movie. Cavill was even close to landing the part of Bruce Wayne during casting auditions for “Batman Begins” before losing out to Christian Bale.

Despite bad luck successfully securing superhero fare thus far, it seems like Cavill is destined for a collision course with comic books at some point during his career. The young actor might even have another crack at Superman before too long, given Warner Bros’ announcement regarding a potential reboot of the “Superman” film franchise.

Would Henry Cavill make a suitable Superman, or should he stick with period pieces like “The Tudors?” Head up, up and away with us in the comments!

Monday, April 27, 2009

"Smallville" - Season 8, Episode 20 "Beast"

The CW has released the official (spoiler-filled) description of the upcoming 20th episode of Season 8 of "Smallville". Titled "Beast", this episode is scheduled to air in the U.S. at 8.00pm on Thursday, April 30th on The CW.

    "Davis asks Chloe to leave town with him. Clark (Tom Welling) discovers that Davis (Sam Witwer) is still alive and confronts Chloe (Allison Mack) about protecting him. Oliver (Justin Hartley) discovers Jimmy (Aaron Ashmore) breaking into Chloe's apartment, but things get rapidly worse after Davis jumps from the shadows and attacks both of them."

    "Beast" was written by Genevieve Sparling and was directed by Michael Rohl.

The CW has also released 10 images from this episode, an episode trailer (also available via YouTube), and a Preview video clip (via YouTube).

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Meanwhile, TV Guide has the following description for this same episode...

Clark discovers Davis is alive and confronts Chloe about her role in hiding him. Meanwhile, Oliver and Jimmy are attacked by Davis at Chloe's apartment.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Pre-Order "Smallville" Season 8 on DVD or Blu-Ray

While not yet officially announced by Warner Home Video, are now taking pre-orders for "Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season" on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season [DVD]
Format: NTSC
Region: Region 1
Studio: Warner Home Video
Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season [Blu-ray]
Region: Region 1
Studio: Warner Home Video
ASIN: B001FB4W02

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Will Clark Fly in "Smallville" Season Finale?

E! Online's "Watch with Kristin" Spoiler Chat has one interesting "Smallville" spoiler this week regarding the "No Tights. No Flights" rule...

    Is it true that Clark is finally gonna fly this season on Smallville?

    There's no proper flying or supersuit this season, but there will be a Smallville "leap" that goes above and beyond a tall building - but it isn't actually flying. Sorry Superfans.

In case you were wondering, the next new episode of "Smallville" (titled Stiletto) airs in the U.S. on Thursday, April 23rd.

I think the key words here are "There's no proper flying or supersuit this season" this does leave open NEXT season which I think it's when we will see Clark Fly, and eventually in the suit... They can't keep having him do what he does without the suit, and if he's going to be flying watching in in the suit will be super cool!

I think the show will push for 10 seasons (Tom Welling signed a 2 year contract) if season 9 has the ratings the last few have had then count on a season 10, and I think it would be neat to have him put the suit on by mid way thru next season, and then season 10 have an entire season with him in the Suit... Which would be a nice way to end the series if 10 seasons is indeed the end.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

"Smallville" - Season 8, Episode 18 "Eternal"

The CW has released the official (spoiler-filled) description of the upcoming 18th episode of Season 8 of "Smallville". Titled "Eternal", this episode is scheduled to air in the U.S. at 8.00pm on Thursday, April 2nd on The CW.

    "Tess (Cassidy Freeman) tries to kill Davis (Sam Witwer) by blowing up his truck. However, after he escapes, she realizes she needs help to destroy him and turns to Clark (Tom Welling). Tess reveals Davis' secret childhood with the Luthors and hints that she knows Clark's true identity. Meanwhile, Davis runs to Chloe (Allison Mack) for help."

    "Eternal" was written by Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders and was directed by James Marshall.

The CW has released 9 images, an episode trailer (also available via YouTube), a Director's Cut video clip (also on YouTube), and a Preview Clip.

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Eternal Eternal Eternal

Meanwhile, TV Guide has the following description for this same episode...

Tess reveals Davis' childhood with the Luthors when she turns to Clark for help after she fails to kill Davis. Meanwhile, Davis seeks Chloe's assistance.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Well folks I like to say that I am a proud AMERICAN, and I love one thing most about this country, and that is a little paper which was signed into law many moons ago... I think you might have heard of it it's called THE CONSTITUTION!

For all you communists out there who forget this paper is what our nation is based on! Go read your facts! Freedom of speech no matter in what form is what makes this country what it is! This is really the place where every word can be heard, and with the internet your words can be heard all over the USA, and the world!

The amazing thing about this thing we call the internet is that it really does reach all over the globe, and it really does connect people in a way that religion, cultures, and other things could not... Just to give you an example I have a person who I'm friends with who is from the U.K, and we met thanks to a forum, and became friends, and talk online all the time.

Without the INTERNET this connection would have never happened, and this friendship would have never happened... Now what I love about the internet most is that it can break down walls when it comes to such things as racial tension, and other forms of bigotry. By simply allowing people to be able to talk to each other no matter location, race or background.

With this said I also have to stand up, and celebrate when FREEDOM of SPEECH on this internet is given, and when people who try to stop it get laughed at, and mocked in public for being the communist pigs they are. is a website that I'm sure some of you know about, and have been to, especially if you did not like Singerman Returns! Now the sites runners have NEVER ONCE said anything to my understanding that would lead anyone to complain against them but to try to shut them down because the people in the forums were being anti gay, and voicing their constitution given opinion is just insulting.

Do these Singer appologists forget that little paper I spoke about in the start if this rant? I mean to try, and shut down a website over that, and claim things which turn out to be false is laughable, and plain stupid.

Is it wrong to gay bash? YES! It is wrong on the simple terms that gay people are humans just like the rest of us, and we all share this planet together, and should all love each other, and get along with each other yada yada yada.... BUT! Is it right to censor an entire site because someone says "Singer is a fag, and SUPERMAN RETURNS was GAY!" the answer is NO!

That's a persons right to say, and well it's not like it's a lie! I mean Bryan Singer is out of the closet, and is a homosexual which we know the slang for homosexual is "FAG," and yes as much as I hate to admit it folks Superman Returns was a really gay movie.

I mean It's their right to say it given this is a free country, and I know there is a big communist movement in AMERICA right now for some reason stupid is as stupid does! But til the day this country is no longer uses that paper to guide its laws by I will be a backer of it.

Now back to why I made this post to start with! Well I'll let the "webmaster" of give you the news:

"Hello there to all the intelligent and true Superman fans!!

Sorry to disappoint you FilmIdiotJamie, Terminated, and Blowtime, but reports of our demise were extremely premature and nothing more than a pipe dream of your collective apologist agenda.

For those who've missed the presence of, you won't have to wait much longer. We'll be back on March 1st with renewed strength, a new look, and a whole new attitude!! The truth hurt so much they needed to resort to a phony gay rights group (United Federation for Equality and Understanding) in order to silence us. Too bad for them it was only temporary and accomplished nothing more than pissing me off. has ALWAYS been by the fans and for the fans. We're not in anyone's back pocket or dependent on advertising and never will be.

With that said, much like we sent SantaFeGrace to SDCC last year, I'm looking for people to cover this years comic-cons around the world. If you live in an area that will be having an event or plan to travel to one, get in touch with me. We need reports, photos, interviews, etc. We've built something great together from nothing more than a love of a comic character. Let's keep that momentum going!!

See you in one week at!!

Steve "Archangel" Manning"

So in closing! Welcome back SAVESUPERMAN.COM, and please KEEP UP the good work!
Much evil is left to battle in this world of sin...

- Evildoer!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

"Smallville" going beyond season 8?

Now I know people hate on all the time but say what you will they do get some good scoops from time to time.

Looks like season 8 being the final season was nothing more then a Singerman fans wet dream!
But after a season 9 could a 10th be also on the table? Could this be the WB's way of making up to the fans who are still upset that Welling was over looked for Teh Routh from the South?

Maybe I'm reading to much into this I mean Smallville IS the top rated show on the network, and losing a cash cow like Smallville hurts deeply!

Anyway here is what they reported over on

On the back of yesterday's announcement that The CW has renewed "Smallville" for a 9th season, the Superman Homepage did some digging to find out just who will be returning in Season 9.

A source well positioned to know about these things told the Superman Homepage that at this point in a TV series Warner Bros. requires main cast members to sign a 2 year contract. Therefore Allison Mack (Chloe Sullivan), Aaron Ashmore (Jimmy Olsen) and Erica Durance (Lois Lane) were all signed on for a possible 9th season when they negotiated their contracts at the beginning of Season 8.

So, with Tom Welling's original contract having been for 8 seasons, his new contract (signed for season 9) would most likely also be a 2 year deal, meaning there could potentially be a season 10!

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Heath Ledger Wins the Oscar!!

Now I know this blog is a SUPERMAN blog but I couldn't help but post this amazing news!

Tonight the world of geek got a bittersweet gift, Heath Ledger's Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.  Though Dark Knight only won one other award,(Best Sound Editing), It is still a triumph, Geek movies can win substantial awards, and even WOW the mundanes.  In a sweet moment, Heath's family accepted his Oscar on behalf of his daughter Matilda, who will receive the statue on her 18th birthday.

Danny Boyle's Slum dog Millionaire virtually swept the awards winning 8 of the 10 nominations.  Mumbai was in the house!  You could feel the joy and true appriciation coming from everyone involved with the film.  The Curious Case of Benjamin Button won 3 statues.  The wonderful Wall-E took home the Best Animated Feature.  Special props to Best Actor winner Sean Penn and Best Screenplay winner Dustin Lance Black both for the film Milk, each took a moment to stand up equal marriage rights for all.

Overall a well done show,  Hollwood seemed to show it's heart tonight.  If you have'nt seen any of these wonderful films please go out and have a Oscar movie day and enjoy"

The 28-year-old star, who died from an accidental drugs overdose a year ago, is only the second actor to receive a posthumous Oscar after British-born Australian Peter Finch won for Network in 1976.

Ledger had already won a clutch of industry honours, including a Bafta, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award, for his lauded performance in the Christopher Nolan-director comic book film and an Oscar win was considered almost a given ahead of Sunday's ceremony.

The award was accepted by Ledger's parents and his sister. Kim Ledger, the actor's father, thanked the Academy and British filmmaker Nolan for "allowing Heath the creative licence to develop and explore this crazy joker character".
"This award tonight would have humbly validated Heath's quiet determination to be truly accepted by you all here, his peers, within an industry he so loved," Mr Ledger said.

Presenter Kevin Kilne, a former best supporting Oscar winner, described Ledger's portrayal of the villainous character made famous by Jack Nicholson as "menacing, mercurial, droll and diabolical".
As his name was announced, cameras cut away to show fellow stars Anne Hathaway, who starred in Brokeback Mountain with Ledger, and Angelina Jolie, battling back tears.
Ledger's sister, Kate, dedicated the golden statuette to his young daughter with actress Michelle Williams, saying, "we proudly accept this award on behalf of your beautiful Matilda." The Perth-born star, who was previously nominated for a best actor Oscar in 2006 for Brokeback Mountain, was found dead in his New York apartment in January 2008.

His death was attributed to an accidental overdose of prescription drugs including sleeping pills, anti-anxiety medication and painkillers.
Ledger, also known for his roles in films including Monster's Ball, Ten Things I hate about You, A Knight's Tale and the Bob Dylan-inspired I'm Not There, beat fellow nominees Josh Brolin, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robert Downey Jr and Michael Shannon.

Since its release last summer, The Dark Knight has made more than one billion dollars at the global box office.

Earlier, Penelope Cruz won the Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in the Woody Allen comedy Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Now this is amazing it's the first time a role like The Joker has been honored by winning this award! Normally Comic book movies are over looked come Oscar time while this was a special case since Ledger passed away I think it's only fair to say that regardless of his passing he deserved this award because he turned in a truly amazing performance, and this award was EARNED not given.

The saddest thing is that he is not with us anymore, and won't be able to be in future BATMAN movies, and or any movies for that matter.

Heath Ledger was really one of the best actors of our day, and he will be missed forever.
Like past screen legends who have left us to soon... (Brandon Lee, James Dean)

I was touched watching his family accent his award... At least they get to have this day to remember their son.

God bless you Heath, and Rest in Peace...

For Full list of 2009 Oscar Winners click here!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

IS Singer is finally out of the picture??? WAIT! There is more!

Well folks the day is finally here! Or atleast this is what is being reported over at "Aint it cool news" and other Superman related news sources like "SSS" which have helped to fight the good fight vs the evil Singerman franchise which did nothing but tarnish the Superman legacy on screen.

I for one saw this day coming the day that Singer explained his movie idea for the script, and showed just how un original, and unloyal to the source material that he is.

Bryan Singer is a cancer to the Superman franchise, and Mr Singer don't let the door hit your ass on the way out fast enough please! Thank you for stopping by, and never return!

Now the news goes as follows:
Bryan Singer has refused to undertake a re-boot of the Superman franchise and has left the Executives at WB with no choice but to take a fresh creative direction.
He "refused"? HAHAHA More like was thrown out by the FANS!
He stated the Wachowski Brothers had been approached to re-boot the franchise as a trilogy and they are currently reviewing their options as its like being asked to take the final play in a superbowl final. Says if they do agree, he will likely either succumb to providing second unit support on the movie or will champion the directorship of Plastic Man - He started to giggle as he stated its like a young child for the Brothers and they wont give that up easily.

- Says, the very thought of the brothers making a superman movie is unbelievable as they have grown up in the world of comic books and they would be ideal for the project.
I want to be happy right now but this news comes a bit bitter sweet as for with one gay director leaving the project to bring on a duo of directors which one is a cross dresser who has a fetish for homo erotic looking imagry in his film I worry that they won't be any better.

The Wachowski Siblings (Since Larry is reported to have had a sex change!) are all wrong for this project!

While yes they did show how cool it would look to have someone flying on film they have made no good movies since 1999, and that was THE MATRIX which had two sequels that probably blew as many cocks as Bryan Singer, and the Transexual Larry Wacko! Now I'm not homophobic for I'm not afraid of gay people, and I don't hate or bash gay people in public I have gay family memebers, and I am even all for them being in the Army out, and open.

Hell I will go as far as to say that I believe all gay people should have the right to get married.
But I believe it's a bad idea to have another GAY director involved in a project which got some very negative buzz over the whole "Gay Superman" agenda of Bryan Singers.

Let's stop the Bullshit already, and let's listen to what the fans want! I think it's been made clear who the fans want as Superman, and now I don't think it's far fetched that the WB actually for once listened to the fans, and did the right thing!

This Generation already has a face to the role of SUPERMAN, and that's Tom Welling.
What should happen is the creators of Smallville should take the task to bring Superman to life on the big screen just how they did on tv but on a much bigger scale, and with an improved budget, and since we havent seen him even fly yet you can still explore so much that hasn't been seen on the show!

Plus best part, and this is a bonus part! NO NEED TO RE-DO the origins!
We would have had 8 or 9 seasons worth of backstory told on tv for that! People who have never seen the show could pick up the entire series watch them after they see the movie, and find out the back story.

This is the modern day look to SUPERMAN... Period! To cast anyone else in the next decade would result in another actor taking the bashing Brandon Routh took from the fans, and after the turnout that Superman Returns was I doubt the WB wants another flop on their heads!

They want a hit, and they want it badly!!! I think that having Tom's Superman wear the suit for the first time, and fly, and fight using all of Supermans powers on the big screen would be a dream come true for MILLIONS!

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Review: Smallville Power

Smallville Episode 8x14

Official CW description:
An explosion at LuthorCorp kills all the Board members and injures Oliver (Justin Hartley), who was there to announce the merger of his company with LuthorCorp. Oliver believes that Lex is responsible for the blast, but Clark (Tom Welling) and Lana (Kristin Kreuk) learn that the bomber is Winslow Schott (Chris Gauthier), a toymaker and former Queen Industries employee with a grudge against Oliver.

Note: This is the last episode with Kristin Kreuk as Lana Lang.

I thought the show was excellent, and while what happens to Lex isn't what I wanted to see happen the show's producers have to give the character some closure incase this is the last season, and with Michael not wanting to do the show anymore this is a fine way to leave it as is for now.

If the show continues on, and if Michael wants to return or they want to return the character they could always say that he didn't blow up, and it was a clone or a dummy or a rig job or some crap, and bring LEX back.

I think this show could have all new life for a few more seasons if they do more episodes about Lois & Clark next season! I think that could be nice for a change so I for one am happy to see Lana, and Lex leave for now.

They both left with cliff hangers really because who is to say that Lana or Clark don't find a cure for what she got!? Could happen! And like I said Lex could always be brought back.

But that's if they want to return, and the show is still on if they end it without ever bringing them back this serves as a nice send off.

After all in the big picture who is to say they don't come back like I said but those years are far in the futures storyline, and nothing we will see on tv since the show would be off the air so it doesn't matter.

This episode leaves the question always there with Lana & Lex.
.. But it also removes them from the shows core group which now could be replaced with new people that could add more depth to the show.

For example they still haven't finished with Doomsday, and maybe more characters from the DCU will make a cameo if there is more seasons.

I personally have my fingers crossed with getting Hal Jordan to show up on the show...
Other then that in closing it was a terrific episode, and Tom Welling's acting is getting amazing in this role! He was excellent!

Till next time!

Review by: [The Man From Krypton]

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Will Tom Welling Sign for a Ninth Season?

There's been much speculation regarding whether or not "Smallville" would go beyond the current eighth season, with the biggest obstacle being actor availability. Well EW's "Ask Ausiello" claims to have inside information on whether Tom Welling would come back for a ninth season...
    Question: Any news as to whether Tom Welling has signed on for another season of Smallville?Ausiello: Yes, there's news, and it's good. Some would even call it, ahem, super. According to a well-placed Smallville insider, Welling is nearing a deal to return for a ninth season. I'm told they're just ironing out some minor deal points, such as should the Brinks Truck pull into the actor's driveway, or just unload on the street.
I'm sure we'll be hearing more about this as Season 8's finale draws closer.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

POLL: Tom Welling vs. Brandon Routh

People have been arguing weather Brandon Routh or Tom Welling should be this GENERATIONS SUPERMAN! My vote went to Welling! Even that ugly ass suit looks cool when you put it on Welling! Routh just looked weird in it.

Now lets see who is the better superman. (note that this isnt real, just made by fans) This is kinda like voting for presidents but different. who ever has the highest vote is the best superman.

Tom Welling- 
If you vote for me i'll make sure everything in the new superman will be like you want it. It will be perfect. You will have the villians you want and the heroes you want.

Brandon Routh- If you vote for me, The new superman movie will be more better than what i did for superman returns. Vote for me and you'll have a perfect movie and i will do the same for The Justice Leauge movie.