If you like Superman movies that we already have, then I imagine you have the best chance of being entertained by Man of Steel. That's really the nicest thing I can say about it, and I say it because when you get right down to it, most of the considerable mistakes that made Man of Steel downright unbearable for me were made in those, too. In that respect, it's really just the latest installment of The Adventures of Terrible Movie Superman.
You've heard the one about leaping tall buildings in a single bound, right? Well, Warner Bros. and DC Comics have done exactly that -- or at least come tremendously close -- in Man Of Steel, the big-screen Superman reboot from director Zack Snyder.
Evidently satisfied with advanced reviews and very favorable box office tracking, Warner Bros. have reportedly pulled the trigger on the sequel to Man of Steel before the movie even opens in the US this weekend.
Though the Christopher Nolan Batman movies were "deliberately and smartly positioned as a stand-alone," DC's new Superman movie, Man of Steel, is meant to open up a wide DC movie universe similar to the one Marvel started with Iron Man, Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, told Entertainment Week
Next year's Man of Steel movie won't just feature a return to the big screen for DC Entertainment's Superman, it'll feature a more grounded version of the character that just might also launch the much-anticipated Justice League movie franchise for Warner Bros. Director Zack Snyder and star Henry Cavill have been talking about what to expect from the 2013 summer blockbuster, as well as what
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Movies: Man of Steel director Zack Snyder is remaining tight-lipped regarding just what the movie is about, and is hesitant to talk about a sequel so as to not "curse anything."
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Warner Bros. released the official logo for Man of Steel, the new Zack Snyder film based on the DC Comics superhero Superman, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The super-textured (heh) and distressed d