• Every Karl Urban Movie, Ranked From Worst To Best | Screen Rant

    9 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Here is a comprehensive ranking of every movie featuring New Zealand actor Karl Urban , ranked from worst to best. Urban has earned himself a reputation throughout his career as a representative of nerd culture, featuring in a slew of the most successful and well-respected fantasy/ science fiction movie franchises in history. He has appeared in 30 films in the last 30 years and shows no signs of slowing any time soon. Karl-Heinz Urban was born on June 7th, 1972 in Wellington, New Zealand. His mother worked for Wellington's Film Facilities, instilling a love of New Zealand cinema in him...
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  • Azrael the 'Replacement Batman' is Finally Getting The Story He Deserves

    Azrael the 'Replacement Batman' is Finally Getting The Story He Deserves

    10 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Warning: spoilers ahead for Sword of Azrael 1 After years of being regarded as Batman's temporary replacement, Azrael's new solo series is just the story the Angel of Vengeance deserves. Finally addressing his forthcomings and failures in the past, Jean-Paul Valley hangs up the suit and runs off to a monastery, looking for guidance. The challenges presented to him could prove to be just the thing he needs to master control over the Angel of Vengeance. Built from the foundations of religious fanaticism, Azrael became a figurehead for violent justice and vengeance in Gotham and pushed an...
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  • Superman's Worst Movie is Finally Redeemed in His New Comics

    Superman's Worst Movie is Finally Redeemed in His New Comics

    10 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Warning: contains spoilers for Superman: Space Age 1! The worst Superman movie is being redeemed in a new comic. 1987's Superman IV: The Quest for Peace has long been regarded by fans and critics alike as not only the worst of the Christopher Reeve-era films, but an overall terrible movie as well. The movie was attacked on many fronts, such as its ham-fisted approach to the topic of nuclear disarmament. Superman: Space Age 1, on sale now in print and digital, shows how this material may have been handled better. 1978's Superman, directed by Richard Donner, created the template for the...
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