You didn't ask for it, but you're getting it anyway. Superman's latest outing, Man of Steel, will be released in 3D. Warner Bros confirmed the decision on Wednesday.
Man of Steel's trying to make a name for itself. That means avoiding cliches and creating its own standout moments. Zack Snyder's Superman won't be a carbon copy of Richard Donner's—so don't be surprised if it doesn't pay homage to its predecessors.
Apart from the intriguing teasers that debuted a while back, we haven't seen a whole lot of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot Man of Steel. Now, thanks to a nifty online leak, we might've just found the snazzy logo intro for the film.
As hard as a film studio may try to keep details under wraps, there's one avenue they can't control when it comes to leaks—the toy manufacturers. Thanks to the marketing onslaught expected to accompany the upcoming Man of Steel, we now have some precious details about Superman's latest adventure.
We can always count on LEGO: not only does the company continue to make cool toys and playsets, but it may have just revealed plot spoilers from both Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel—including a previously unrevealed supervillain to battle Superman.
We already knew the upcoming Man of Steel was going to be a very different take than the brighter Superman flicks of yore. Now, the new Clark Kent himself has opened up about what we can expect.
Though most fans prefer the extended, (currently bootlegged) Comic-Con cut of the Man of Steel trailer, the shorter teaser shown in theaters this weekend wasn't bad—and is actually a whole lot cooler with some classic Superman touches mixed in.
This weekend, Warner Bros. debuted the first trailer for their Superman reboot, Man of Steel. It's attached to most screenings of The Dark Knight Rises and introduces audiences to the new Clark Kent—Henry Cavill.
Things are really rolling in Hall H at Comic-Con, as the packed auditorium sees the first footage shown anywhere from Man of Steel—a movie that looks unlike any Superman film seen before.
We're still waiting for a substantial glimpse at the plot of Zack Snyder's super-reboot Man of Steel, so in the meantime we've got plenty of room for rumors and speculation on just what the flick's about. We know it will revisit Superman's origins on planet Krypton, but will it go further and take us into the midst of a Kryptonian war?