04:01 PM EDT 10/21/2013
Originally posted 07/03/2013 01:10PM
Henry Cavill and Kaley Cuoco's new romance is heating up – even if it's just to burn calories.
The new couple squeezed in some one-on-one time together in Los Angeles this week.
The Man of Steel star, 30, and The Big Bang Theory's leading lady, 27, went on a hike, followed by a stop for sushi near Cuoco's Sherman Oaks, Calif., home.
Both wearing caps and fitness attire, the duo strolled casually side-by-side when they were photographed mid-workout.
Originally posted 08/04/2011 04:45PM
It's a bird, it's a plane – it's the new Superman!
Henry Cavill will be taking over the role the late Christopher Reeve made famous in the upcoming film Man of Steel, and with his dashing good looks and rock-hard body, The Tudors star looks the part in the iconic blue suit and red cape.
The comic book reboot, which is expected in theaters in 2013, also stars Amy Adams as Lois Lane, as well as Russell Crowe, Diane Lane and Kevin Costner.
Originally posted 07/19/2004 08:00AM
Tom Cruise may need a new movie director, but Superman has found one.
Originally posted 07/12/2004 08:00AM
WITHDREW: Charlie's Angels director McG (real name: Joseph McGinty Nicol) is no longer attached to shoot the next installment of Superman, becoming the latest filmmaker to leave the long-stalled project, says the Hollywood Reporter. Among the issues, says the trade paper, was that the filmmaker wanted to shoot in New York, while Warner Bros. (which, like PEOPLE, is part of Time Warner), favored the less costly Australia. "When I flew to New York to scout, I became enamored with our greatest American city," McG, 34, said in a statement. "It was clear to me that this was Metropolis. As a filmmaker, I felt it was inappropriate to try to capture the heart of America on another continent. I look at Superman as a character that embodies all that is beautiful about America."
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