Friday, July 01, 2011

New Blog

Hey There,

For anyone who still comes by from time-to-time, there's a new Blog for the Zack Snyder Reboot:

Join up at the Forum as well!

Monday, October 11, 2010

A New Home

Hey everyone,

Now that things are moving on the Superman Reboot, I think it's time we put this little "project" to bed. Singerman is no more, BJ Routh is stumping at conventions (Like I predicted YEARS ago), and that Fruit Roll-Up caped fetish wetsuit is HISTORY. So it's time to "think about the future".

I started a forum for people wanting to discuss the new film in an open environment. There will be no over-eager "mods" looking to bounce people who don't agree with them. No "agendas", just a place to discuss things relating to Supes.

Feel free to sign-up and stay a while.

Singerman is dead. Long live Superman!

Monday, October 04, 2010

Zak Snyder To Direct Superman Reboot

Well, it looks like the first "domino" has fallen in regards to the Christopher Nolan produced reboot.

Zak Snyder has revealed that once he finishes production on Sucker Punch, he will be taking up the reigns as director of Superman's 20-plus-years-in-the-making big-screen reboot.

Read all about it here:

"I just spoke with Zack Snyder, who confirms that as soon as he completes post on Sucker Punch, he'll move right into Warner Bros' long awaited next Man of Steel movie in development with Chris Nolan and David Goyer. "I've been a big fan of the character for a long time, he's definitely the king of all superheroes, he's the one," Snyder, who directed Watchmen and 300, told me. "It's early yet, but I can tell you that what David and Chris have done with the story so far definitely has given me a great insight into a way to make him feel modern. I've always felt he was kind of awesome. I'll finish Sucker Punch and get right at it."

Honestly, I think this is a great choice, and if nothing else, we will actually get a Superman who does more than mope, whine and lift things.

'bout time.........

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Brandon Routh: Franchise Killer?

Well, well, well.... BJ is so dull he's putting HIMSELF to sleep...

The weekend box office numbers are in, and what do you know? ANOTHER film franchise is DOA with BJ Routh attached.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World came in a dismal FIFTH in the box office tallies, totaling a paltry $10.5 million for it's opening weekend. FAR behind the Sylvester Stallone action extravaganza The Expendables, opening at #1 with $35 million. Who would have predicted THIS would happen? I mean, there are just SO MANY "people" out there that want BJ to strap on his Fruit Roll-Up cape again isn't there?

Obviously not. The ugly, overweight Apologist virgins couldn't even tally a DECENT number for BJ's latest FLOP.

I took a look at a few message boards these last few weeks, gauging the Apologists "predictions" for the two films listed above. I read things about how "Scott Pilgrim will easily beat The Expendables", and how "amazing Routh will be". Amazing is right. Amazing that this box office cancer was even included in the cast. Not only did The Expendables destroy Scott Pilgrim, but so did Eat, Pray, Love and TWO films in their second to FIFTH week of release! The Other Guys and Inception also placed well ahead of Pilgrim.

Anyone wondering if BJ's "Dylan Is A Dog" will get a US theatrical run? I am not going out on much of a limb when I think NO. The guy just isn't a box office draw, and anything his name is attached to will sink faster than his career projections.

Start filling out those applications at the local bowling alley, BJ. No one is going to be paying you $65 for a picture at a 'con for long....

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Bryan Singer: "Ok, Ok, My Superman SUCKED""

Hello everyone. Long time no see....

Anyway, just thought I'd drop by and post a link to an interview Bryan Singer gave to the LA Times, where he makes a "startling" confession:

"I genuinely like the people, and my personality meshes more with this universe than it does with other universes, I think; I see that now at this point," Singer said, no doubt referring to his defection to the DC Comics universe to make the oddly lifeless 2006 movie "Superman Returns." "I feel a connection to the X-Men characters and also the ensemble nature of the films. If you look at 'Usual Suspects'' or my last film, 'Valkyrie,' I feel especially comfortable with ensemble juggling. In the space between all the characters you can disguise a central thought that's hidden in all the discourse. I missed that with the singular relationship story of Superman. And, well, it always gives you something to cut to..."


Not a surprise to some of us, now is it? But this should give the few remaining Apologists a much needed "kick in the pants", shouldn't it? With the news that Christopher Nolan is "godfathering" a Reboot, and that it will be a FUN movie, I'd say right about now it's a GOOD TIME to be a fan.

Singerman is dead. Long live Superman!!

Monday, February 23, 2009

Freedom Of Speech: Alive & Well!

Evening everyone,

It appears the Apologist attempt to silence the intelligent people who hated Singerman Peeps has failed, and their "proclomations" of being gone for good are ALSO the ravings of "slightly autistic" children.

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"

It'll be good to have them back, and helping to fight the good fight. As you already know, it's a "Never-Ending Battle" against the Apologist "brood"....

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Hello there,

Well, it appears the "confirmation" of BS' departure just becomes clearer & clearer:

Here is the "important" bit:

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"? Please.

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.

The Wachowski Bros., huh? I haven't seen Speed Racer, but it looked like they were TOO FAITHFUL to the 60's cartoon. The Matrix movies went from VERY GOOD to PRETTY LAME, but tell me that last fight between Smith and Neo DIDN'T look like a "Superman"-type brawl to you? And I'd rather have someone who respects the characters history, and includes it in a brand-new motion picture, instead of a fatheaded MORON making a film for HIMSELF.

Are they my FIRST choice? Nope. Do I think they CAN'T make a good Superman film? No. IF it's them, I'm willing to give it a chance.

Stated that Bryan Singer is looking to move on to Logan's Run a movie to be produced by Joel Silver.


Good riddance to bad rubbish....

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Freedom Of Speech Under Attack

Hey everyone,

It appears that a fellow "Anti-Bryan Singer/BJ Routh" site has been forced to temporarily "close up shop" because a certain group doesn't believe Freedom Of Speech applies to EVERYONE.

This site has been a pretty good place to go and meet REAL fans of Superman, hear a few "rumors" about what may or may not be happening with the Superman reboot, and not have to worry about dealing with illiterate 12 year old Apologists. It's pretty harmless, even though things COULD get a little "heated" over there. But NOW a "gay rights group" has filed a lawsuit against the site's owner, Steve "Archangel" Manning. Why?

Because he doesn't agree with homosexuality.

Is that it?? Yes indeed it is. Because he DARED to say that on his site, he is now being accused of "spreading hate" and of "not being a legitimate news site". Did you get that? Saying you don't agree with homosexuality is NOW "spreading hate". This "gay rights group" feels that Freedom Of Speech means: "Agree with me, or shut your mouth". Funny thing about that though, is I was always taught that it applied to EVERY American citizen, not just to certain "individuals"? Silly me I guess.

I am 100% certain his site will be up and running in no time, and I look forward to finding out just WHO this "group" is and laughing at their pathetic AUDACITY. Frivolous lawsuits are a waste of taxpayer time and money, and I hope they get what is coming to them in the "end".



Well, I've been given an update by a "source" close to what is going on. It appears it isn't even based on what the SITE-OWNERS "said", but by people VISITING THE SITE. Myself included. Isn't this just getting BETTER & BETTER by the second?

I am going to look into this "group" once it is made public, and see what exactly THEY have been saying. I'm sure it will take about as long to find "dirt" on them, as it would to find an Apologist who can't spell.....

More to follow, I'm sure.


Well, well, well. It looks like this "group" that started this LAME calamity is F-A-K-E! It's title? "United Federation for Equality and Understanding" These DOUCHEBAGS are a bunch of Apologist morons who "thought" they can SILENCE the vocal-majority who HATED Singerman Peeps using the American judicial system as their "weapon of choice". What did they get instead? LAUGHED AT, and threatened with a potential lawsuit of their own for perpetrating a FRAUD of the site's Webmaster, Steve "ArchAngel" Manning.

I told you this would be a laugher, and it turns out I was right. I just hope we get to find out what screennames these LOSERS use on the various forums out there. It's time for some payback, methinks....

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Bryan Singer: Still Fired AND Delusional

Hey there,

It's been a SLOW last few months, while we wait for WB to decide WHO they are going to let make the Superman "reboot". Over the last few weeks there have been a few interviews with BS, where he does his best "Stuttering John" impersonation when asked about Singerman: Madame Of Swish. It's apparent to ANYONE with an IQ over 25 that he KNOWS he is NEVER going to make another one, but WON'T just come out and say it.

Well, today there is this little "gem" from the NY Times:

I only posted the 2nd page, as the rest just talks about his flop-to-be "Valkyrie". What a STINKER that looks to be.....

"After nearly a decade of comic-book movies, “Valkyrie” might seem to represent Mr. Singer commanding himself to do something different. But he said: “I think my work has a real continuity, not in style but in theme. Themes of identity, principal characters who aren’t what they seem: that’s the X-Men, the boy in ‘Apt Pupil,’ Superman of course.”"

I think it's pretty apparent WHAT "theme" his movies have in common. From "Usual Suspects" to "Singerman Peeps", it is there, slapping you in the face. Why not come out and state it for ALL to see, Bryan?

"Mr. Singer’s next move is uncertain. A plan to direct an adaptation of Randy Shilts’s Harvey Milk biography, “The Mayor of Castro Street,” fell apart when Gus Van Sant’s “Milk” beat the project to the finish line. And Mr. Singer tenses visibly when asked about his potential involvement in a “Superman” sequel. “I really don’t know,” he said. Last summer Jeff Robinov, the president of Warner Brothers, told The Wall Street Journal that “Superman Returns” “didn’t quite work as a film in the way we wanted it to” and failed to “position the character the way he needed to be positioned.”"

I highlighted the two most IMPORTANT parts of this paragraph. Uncertain? "I really don't know"??? You mean, he is FINALLY starting to come clean about his non-involvement in WB's next move? Is he finally learning humility, and being honest about the situation and his failure with Singerman Peeps??

"Mr. Singer says his own love of Superman lore may have given the movie the weight of too much nostalgia — “I’m learning to introduce characters a lot quicker and more aggressively,” he added — but he is otherwise disinclined to second-guess his decisions or even revisit his past work."

What the fu...?? "love of Superman lore"?? Ahhh, well-played Mr. Singer. You sneaky-monkey. Here I was, thinking you were starting to be honest and upfront about things, and you do a complete 180!Superman's "lore" goes BEYOND a movie from 1978, genius. You think trying to copy THAT gave it "the weight of too much nostalgia"? Seriously? NOTHING ELSE was wrong with your suckfest, 'eh BS?

You can't even claim your "love" for the FAR SUPERIOR Superman The Movie had ANYTHING to do with your "film" tanking. You DESTROYED the costume that Christopher Reeve used to make us Believe. You gave us a pale imitation of Gene Hackman's campy Lex Luthor. You took Margot Kidder's tenacious, "spunky" Lois Lane and turned her into a bad wig wearing, 12 year old boy looking, whiney BRAT who was SUPPOSED to be a MOTHER!

I won't even MENTION you disgracing Christopher Reeve's memory by having that talentless plank of wood "pretend" to be HIS Superman.

Shame on you, Bryan Singer.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Latino Review Won't Give It Up

BJ Routh gotta eat!! Looks like the "Singerman money" has run out for ol' BJ, doesn't it? Then again, his lack of work after Singerman Peeps FLOPPED at the box office goes to show that maybe this picture ISN'T too far from the truth, eh?

Anyway, it appears one of the "Usual Suspects" is back at it, fabricating stories about BJ Routh being involved in the reboot:

"Exclusive: DC Comics President Gives Superman Update

By Kellvin Chavez on October 9, 2008
The only thing better than living in New York, is being at a party in New York. I was out on the town this past Monday night with my partners in crime El Mayimbe and Ron Henriques at the special WATCHMEN presentation that was scheduled for a hand full of media outlets. The footage we watched to me was very good. It had its moments. I definitely believe just like SIN CITY, you will either love it or hate it. I loved the opening sequence explaining the creation and the rise of the Minutemen, which quite frankly blew me away! It was that good. And honestly while I’ve never read the book, I must say I was inspired to immediately go out and buy one just so I am up to speed.

Anyhow, the real action didn’t happen inside the screening, but rather outside of it. While mingling around with guest and watching my partner in crime sneak food into his Latin pockets, I saw the one and only Paul Levitz, the President of DC Comics. I walked over to him and had a moment to hang out and chat with him briefly. I could not keep my mouth shut and had to ask the questions that Latino readers are asking. So I went in straight for the kill.

“So Paul, what the fuck is happening with Superman?” Well not in those words actually. Paul looked over both shoulders like he was about to score some basura and said that things are still brewing.

In fact, he told me that “Last week Brandon Routh has come around the offices in New York and Los Angeles as of late to talk about Superman and what we want to do”……blah blah blah!

At first I thought it was the Apple Martini I was drinking but I soon realized that I just heard a bombshell go off in my brain! Brandon? He did say Brandon Routh was coming around talking about Superman! Why the hell would they be talking to Brandon if he was not going to be part of the reboot? Because he’s still in the mix!!!

The truth of the matter is that the way Mr. Levitz made it seem is that they love Brandon as Clark Kent and that he’s just a great guy, which I agree. I mean remember we at Latino Review told EVERYONE he was going to be the next Superman.

At that point my instincts kicked in and I continued with the questions. “What about Batman 3? You guys must be going crazy over the success of that film.” Paul pulls the cocktail shrimp from his mouth just enough to see him smile. I asked when were they going to get this Superman reboot done and he gave me a look like he was about to tell me the answers to the mysteries of the world. “Everyone is waiting for Nolan to sign on for another Batman, once that happens, the release date for Superman and all other future projects will follow.”

I could not believe my ears! Not only did my partner in crime blast wind next to me, but basically Superman’s future hangs in the balance until we have a concrete signature on the Batman contracts! The party was getting good, and the drinks were flowing making this just as easy as prom night picking. So I pressed with my questions. “What about Green Lantern and Supermax? How is that moving along?” Paul continued that Green Lantern was actually moving faster than Supermax, which to me makes sense because the Green Lantern script was badass!! If you do not remember the review we did, here it is again. The party went into the night, and the drinks continued to flow, finally I knew I had to leave as soon as my partner in crime started to stumble all over the place, looking kind of green in the face.

As of now just a few moments ago another inside source confirmed that yes they are waiting for Chris Nolan to sign the deal with the next Batman, and that they want him to commit to a July 2011 release. If that happens then the following superhero films will be released.

Green Lantern Summer 2010
Batman 3 Summer 2011
New Superman reboot Summer 2012

Also in the mix is THE FLASH.

Ok, first off, did ANYONE read where Levitz said BJ Routh was "in the mix" for the reboot? Or did he say Ol' Bartender was there talking about what DC is going to do with Superman? Secondly, did Levitz HIMSELF even say he thought BJ was a "great guy"? No? Gee, a Singer Suck-Up site like Latino Review would NEVER "bend the truth" to fit their AGENDA, now would they?? It's not like they have been "pimping" a Singerman sequel, or whining about the announced reboot or anything...

The truth is, Paul Levitz will know what WB is going to do when WB WANTS him to. I have a feeling if someone asked him about this little "hatchet job", you'd get a BIG "taken out of context" from him. This "journalist" decided to take what he heard, and inject his OWN personal bias and opinions into the mix. Shoddy journalism at BEST.

Once the new creative team is announced, these "bought & paid for" sites will shut their mouths about BJ Routh and Singerman FOR GOOD. It'll be about damn time too...