Remembering Christopher Reeve mobile version
April 13, 2018   Jules   Superman Be first to comment

In honor of Superman’s 80th anniversary, we’ve been doing a lot of content about the man of steel. Most celebratory, some…well, sometimes we just have questions. Like “Did Lois NEED to try and marry Satan?” or “Did the Lois and Clark showrunners think Cat Grant was an actual cat?” But this particular viewing takes the cake in terms of “seriously, I have questions” and then throws that cake into the sun and turns it into a blond man with fancy nails. Because I don’t know if you’ve heard, but Superman IV: The Quest for Peace is a very not-good movie. And for this super edition of Deja View, we try to figure out why (spoiler: there are no answers, only questions). Read More here

April 13, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

Christopher Reeve wasn’t just a superhero to his son because he played one on screen. “No, to me, my father was Superman because he was my hero: Dad,” Will Reeve wrote in an op-ed published by the Daily Mail on Wednesday. Because of that, Will — who was just 3 years old when his father became a quadriplegic following an equestrian accident in 1995 — has continued his late father’s push for spinal cord injury research through the foundation set up by his parents. His father passed away of a heart attack in October 2004 and his mother died in 2006. Read More here

March 27, 2018   Jules   Gallery Additions Be first to comment

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery. Icons added to the Media section.

* The Aviator
* Morning Glory
* Rear Window
* Village of the Damned

March 17, 2018   Jules   Will Reeve Be first to comment

A speech by Will Reeve, son of the late Christopher and Dana Reeve, highlighted the annual Palm Beach fundraiser for the American Lung Association. Read More here

March 11, 2018   Jules   Gallery Additions Be first to comment

Added screencaps from Somewhere in Time to the Gallery and icons to the Media section

February 10, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

Two new images show off the 1978 billboards that advertised Richard Donner’s Superman: The Movie upon its release, and they’re epic. Read More here