300 director Zack Snyder's Superman reboot, Man of Steel, isn't flying into theatres until next year (2013), but there's still no day like today to promote one of the most anticipated comic book adaptations coming our way! So Warner Bros. has decided to release the film's official logo and we gotta say, it kinda oozes with pure awesomeness.
We've been having fun with the few leaked images we've seen from the set of the Star Trek sequel, but director J. J. Abrams can't seem to get over the fact that we've glimpsed them at all. It started with simple complaining about the leaks, but now it seems Abrams has taken matters into his own hands and built a blockade.
Right now, we can pretty much count the things we know about Superman reboot Man of Steel's plot on one hand. We know who the villain is, we know it's an origin story, and we know at least some of it will take place on Krypton. Now a leaked call sheet from the film's Vancouver set is shedding new light on that last bit, including Superman's birth.
Apart from a photo or two, the official information coming out of Zack Snyder's Man of Steel has been painfully sparse. Thankfully, co-star Michael Shannon seems happy to chat a bit about what it's like to play General Zod, and though he won't give much away, he is willing to tell you that he "got to say some cool stuff."
It looks like fans may just have to wait a few more months for the first look at the latest Superman reboot. Rumor has it the first official trailer for Zack Snyder's (Watchmen, 300) Superman: Man of Steel film could debut when The Dark Knight Rises opens in theaters on July 20.
Zack Snyder's not done casting for Man of Steel. Sure, he's got Superman, Lois Lane, and Perry White, but what about Lana Lang? Apparently, Clark's Smallville sweetheart also gets some screen time in Snyder's Superman reboot.
Boardwalk Empire star Michael Shannon sure seems to be getting into the villain's role. Recently the Man of Steel's new General Zod made a rather startling—and, likely very unpopular—confession. He doesn't like comics. At all.
We've been seeing photos leaked from the set of Man of Steel for a while now, but we've never seen anything like this before. Some superbeing got all destructive on the Superman movie set, and lucky for us, someone was close by to snap a photo of the aftermath.
Is Zack Snyder hiding something? When it comes to Man of Steel, he may have another casting up his sleeve. Rumor has it that he's planning a top-secret cameo for Superman's greatest, power hungry villain.
Warner Bros. hasn't even wrapped production on Man of Steel yet, but that isn't keeping them from starting work on the sequel. Studio executives are reportedly so happy with the results, they've put together a list of writers to tackle a sequel.