Actually, this past summer, two teasers for the new Superman film were already released, giving movie goers just a tiny peek. However, with a full-length trailer released on Tuesday, fans were treated with a bit more details about the storyline and characters of the said soon-on-screen film.
In the said newly released clip, Clark Kent/Superman was shown as one who was still coming into terms with his powers and learning when and how to use them. Some glimpses of his childhood with his adoptive parents and a number of scenes with his allies and the villains were also presented in it.
Directing the said new “Man of Steel” film is Zack Snyder. It’s scheduled release is on June 14, 2013.
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“The first full-length trailer for “Man of Steel” — the latest attempt to make Superman relevant to moviegoers again — has arrived online. And it does something that one would not expect from a Clark Kent blockbuster directed by Zack Snyder: It calls to mind Atom Egoyan’s “The Sweet Hereafter.”
It only does that in the vaguest of ways because, like that bleak and heartbreaking 1997 film, “Man of Steel” also features a school bus accident. But after that portion of this sneak preview, the clip immediately segues into an epic, operatic, big summer movie-style montage that features the unimpeachable chin of Henry Cavill (our new Superman), Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, some massive explosions, Michael Shannon, a reminder that Christopher Nolan produced this project and, of course, Toby Ziegler from “The West Wing.”
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As expected, the released “Man of Steel” trailer gained opposing reactions from movie goers. While some love the tone the film presented, others thought it was kind of dark. Nonetheless, despite the contradicting responses it got, one thing sure is that the trailer helped build up more anticipation for the upcoming Superman on-screen reboot.
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