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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 1/5/2013 12:50:23 PM   
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Oh actually, its a damn shame they didnt bag Viggo Mortensen for Zod!


Having watched Boardwalk Empire (and marveled at the utter lunacy of Shannon's performance) I don't think anyone on the planet today (even Viggo) could have been better casting!
 
The Shannon Bitch Slap was alone was enough to cast him without an audition!  And then he dropped the Shannon Steam Iron Stamp on us… OUCH!!!



I have not seen Boardwalk Empire Pete!, the only thing I remember seeing Shannon in recently was machine Gun preacher. So hes a bad guy in Boardwalk then?.


On paper I suppose he's a good guy… but to say his character is very complex is an understatement and then some! Good… but does some very, very bad things!
 
He's a man of faith… the kind of faithful man who sticks his fingers into open gunshot wounds to get his info… and drowns colleagues with a somewhat overzealous baptism technique.
 
This little slice of gold tells you everything you need to know about his… ahem, unhinged character :
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51B-sXtV_6g
 
Now that is how to leave a place of employment!


Doesn't sound work safe, I will check it out later, cheers. I will checkout Boardwalk once I have caught up on Modern Family and watched Derek! too much to watch too little time!. Pity I can't watch TV at work! :)


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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 1/5/2013 12:51:48 PM   
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Not sure if you're serious or if you think I was being serious. Either way, I'm confused.


I know you were joking, sir.

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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 1/5/2013 12:53:30 PM   
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Yeah, c'mon guys, we don't want any horrible mingers stinking up our cinema screens with their dog ugly looks. I want slutty pornstars with their tits out in my films because the only reason we have roles for women in cinema is to give us males a good boner every now and then.


On that note! here some interesting articles on how the best real life Wonder Woman design has come from a XXX movie! something the multi -million dollar TV and movie companies couldn't seem to manage!.

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/61620

http://www.egotastic.com/2013/03/the-wonder-woman-xxx-parody-has-better-production-value-than-the-actual-wonder-woman/


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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 1/5/2013 1:13:50 PM   
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Not sure if you're serious or if you think I was being serious. Either way, I'm confused.


I know you were joking, sir.


Confusion cleared. Back into the box I go.

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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 1/5/2013 7:49:53 PM   
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Amy Adams is absolutley gorgeous and a terrific actress.She is great casting for Lois.

Im really looking forward to the review thread for this one.If Empire give MOS anything less than five stars there will be cries along the lines of '' HOW CAN YOU CAY THIS IS BETTER THAN SUPERMAN RETURNS WHEN YOU GAVE THAT FIVE STARS AND THIS ONLY FOUR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ''

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Man of Steel - 2/5/2013 8:47:35 AM   
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Morning all !

Great new TV trailer....this film just looks awesome.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/176611-watch-the-new-tv-spot-for-man-of-steel

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RE: Man of Steel - 2/5/2013 9:51:30 AM   
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Morning all !

Great new TV trailer....this film just looks awesome.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/176611-watch-the-new-tv-spot-for-man-of-steel


YES!

It really, really does!

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RE: Man of Steel - 2/5/2013 11:24:43 AM   
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Morning all !

Great new TV trailer....this film just looks awesome.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/176611-watch-the-new-tv-spot-for-man-of-steel


YES!

It really, really does!


Look great EXCEPT the very Superman Returns shot of Superman in space with arms outstretched! looks like criminally bad CGi!! eek and ouch!!

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RE: Man of Steel - 2/5/2013 11:42:52 AM   
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Morning all !

Great new TV trailer....this film just looks awesome.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/176611-watch-the-new-tv-spot-for-man-of-steel


YES!

It really, really does!


Look great EXCEPT the very Superman Returns shot of Superman in space with arms outstretched! looks like criminally bad CGi!! eek and ouch!!


Really? Looks fine to me… definitely did make me think of Returns (a little) though! But that was one of the best shots in Returns, so I can live with that as the rest looks like the polar opposite of Returns.
 
That looks like one heavily escorted aircraft in there! Take it they've got a post surrender Supes in that.

Supes looks angry here too!

Is this going to be, dare we say it yet... the perfect Superman film. God knows we deserve it!
And this is looking stronger and stronger with every new piece of footage they release.

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Man of Steel - 2/5/2013 9:02:19 PM   
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I thought the CGI was fine - It was a quick shot, but it seemed spot-on. Very reminiscent of Superman Returns (wonder what's happening in that shot).

Did anyone else get the impression from the third trailer that Kryptonians get about by taking a ride on big flying creatures? There's a quick shot of one such creature at the beginning of the trailer, and another very quick glimpse of someone jumping on to the back of one later in the trailer. Also, Russell Crowe says in this month's Empire that he does fly in the film, "but not in the way you might think."

Things I'm most curious about in this film: How Krypton eventually gets destroyed (it looks like war breaks out before it finally goes kaboom!), and secondly - How Jonathan Kent dies. There's a quick shot in the new TV spot of Clark screaming (great looking acting from Cavill) - Does Pa Kent die in the tornado scene? A change to the death-by-natural-causes, perhaps?

What most impresses me about the look of this film is that it seems full of emotion. I think it's going to be quite a roller-coaster. And it will be interesting to see how the film plays out (I doubt it will be chronological, much like Batman Begins).

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RE: Man of Steel - 3/5/2013 9:19:11 AM   
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I thought the CGI was fine - It was a quick shot, but it seemed spot-on. Very reminiscent of Superman Returns (wonder what's happening in that shot).

 
Yeah, if you look far off along his trajectory there seems to be a flare or something. Could this be some kind of WMD on route to Earth? Perhaps the last act of a defeated Zod to exact total vengeance.
 
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Did anyone else get the impression from the third trailer that Kryptonians get about by taking a ride on big flying creatures? There's a quick shot of one such creature at the beginning of the trailer, and another very quick glimpse of someone jumping on to the back of one later in the trailer. Also, Russell Crowe says in this month's Empire that he does fly in the film, "but not in the way you might think."

 
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They do! In an interview with Snyders wife she confirmed that. Was all in a link I posted a few pages back to a trailer breakdown but I wouldn't read it as it does give a few things away

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RE: Man of Steel - 3/5/2013 9:39:40 AM   
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Does Pa Kent die in the tornado scene? A change to the death-by-natural-causes, perhaps?



I think Costner croaking during the tornado scene is nailed on, and I also think it's a really great change.

We know that Pa Kent is wanting Clark to hide his abilities, and makes that great comment to him after the bus crash scene;

"What was I supposed to do, let em die?"
"Maybe"

It's clear that Pa Kent is conflicted about Clark gettign involved. I think that following this the tornado is coming round, and having that kill Pa Kent is much better than natural causes as it's something Clark could prevent. He could use his powers to save his father from the tornado, but he will have to choose not to, to follow his fathers wishes of keeping himself safe. Clark choosing to do that gives the character a bit more of an interesting conflict and it sets up a great reason for Clarke going off to wander the world as we see. I think it could be a great way to handle things, and it's much more interesting than having Pa Kent keel over and die.

Of course, the above could all be bullshit, it is just speculation of mine based on what I've seen and read. But yea, I hope I'm right and I hope that's how they play it.

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Man of Steel - 3/5/2013 8:04:23 PM   
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Sounds good, you could well be right. Although I'm thinking that Clark has to save a shed-load of people from the tornado (as seen in the trailer) and maybe can't save his dad at the same time (something along those lines). Also, he probably hasn't fully developed or learned to use his extraordinary powers at that point in time, so he's probably limited in what he can do to save people.

Another theory of mine: I have mentioned this before, but I believe strongly now that there's not going to be a dual-identity Clark/Superman in this film. It seems from Lois's voiceover in the trailer that she knows that Clark has amazing powers, and no doubt most of Smallville do too. Seems a better way of doing it in my opinion. Certainly a refreshing change to someone chucking glasses on. The glasses may make an appearance at some point for whatever reason, but I think they've dropped that side of the story.

Isn't it funny that in a film about a man who can fly and move faster than a speeding bullet, that the least realistic thing is the fact that nobody recognises him when he puts glasses on

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RE: Man of Steel - 3/5/2013 8:15:06 PM   
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Sounds good, you could well be right. Although I'm thinking that Clark has to save a shed-load of people from the tornado (as seen in the trailer) and maybe can't save his dad at the same time (something along those lines). Also, he probably hasn't fully developed or learned to use his extraordinary powers at that point in time, so he's probably limited in what he can do to save people.

Another theory of mine: I have mentioned this before, but I believe strongly now that there's not going to be a dual-identity Clark/Superman in this film. It seems from Lois's voiceover in the trailer that she knows that Clark has amazing powers, and no doubt most of Smallville do too. Seems a better way of doing it in my opinion. Certainly a refreshing change to someone chucking glasses on. The glasses may make an appearance at some point for whatever reason, but I think they've dropped that side of the story.

Isn't it funny that in a film about a man who can fly and move faster than a speeding bullet, that the least realistic thing is the fact that nobody recognises him when he puts glasses on


I dont think Clarke is going to use his powers to save people from the tornado, but he will be the one leading people to safety. I agree that the tornado will be the story that Louis starts to chase, but I think she is going to hit a brick wall as to the identity of the 'guardian angel' that helped the people. She goes off in search of this unlnown person and follows stories of this guys increasingly amazing feats (the oil rig) and I get the feeling Clarke will see Louis stories and it will be a connection to her through those stories, that leads him to Metropolis and the Daily Planet. I think that when Supes reveals himself in the Battle of Smallville and is taken into custody, I think he will make the demand that he speaks to Louis cos he has followed her stories on him as he travelled around. Supes I think will instigate that interview - "i'll talk, but only to Lois Lane".

I think we'll see a tiny amount of the traditional Daily Planet style Clarke Kent, but not much.

Again, all speculation on my part.


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RE: Man of Steel - 3/5/2013 11:14:40 PM   
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Sounds good, you could well be right. Although I'm thinking that Clark has to save a shed-load of people from the tornado (as seen in the trailer) and maybe can't save his dad at the same time (something along those lines). Also, he probably hasn't fully developed or learned to use his extraordinary powers at that point in time, so he's probably limited in what he can do to save people.

Another theory of mine: I have mentioned this before, but I believe strongly now that there's not going to be a dual-identity Clark/Superman in this film. It seems from Lois's voiceover in the trailer that she knows that Clark has amazing powers, and no doubt most of Smallville do too. Seems a better way of doing it in my opinion. Certainly a refreshing change to someone chucking glasses on. The glasses may make an appearance at some point for whatever reason, but I think they've dropped that side of the story.

Isn't it funny that in a film about a man who can fly and move faster than a speeding bullet, that the least realistic thing is the fact that nobody recognises him when he puts glasses on


I dont think Clarke is going to use his powers to save people from the tornado, but he will be the one leading people to safety. I agree that the tornado will be the story that Louis starts to chase, but I think she is going to hit a brick wall as to the identity of the 'guardian angel' that helped the people. She goes off in search of this unlnown person and follows stories of this guys increasingly amazing feats (the oil rig) and I get the feeling Clarke will see Louis stories and it will be a connection to her through those stories, that leads him to Metropolis and the Daily Planet. I think that when Supes reveals himself in the Battle of Smallville and is taken into custody, I think he will make the demand that he speaks to Louis cos he has followed her stories on him as he travelled around. Supes I think will instigate that interview - "i'll talk, but only to Lois Lane".

I think we'll see a tiny amount of the traditional Daily Planet style Clarke Kent, but not much.

Again, all speculation on my part.




Maybe but I'm getting the impression Lios Lane knows Clark Kent is Superman. I also don't think we see Daily Planet's Clark untill the very end.

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Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 12:29:56 AM   
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Thing is, that woman's voiceover from both trailers goes something like - "I know what Clark did. My children were in the bus" - Also, there's a big showdown at some point in Smallville itself (where people would surely know 'Superman' as being Clark, so these things add up to me thinking that there is no dual identity in the film - He is simply Clark Kent and Superman, all in the same.

As porntrooper said, it's all speculation. Maybe they are shying away from the Clark Kent/Superman dual identity stuff in the marketing on purpose so that it doesn't feel too much like the Donner films (i.e, rips shirt open, John Williams theme, etc). I just don't think the structure of this film is going to be anything like what we've seen in a Superman film before (in that I don't think we're going to see much/any of Clark as a reporter as mentioned by Ghidorah). It seems that Clark has hidden away from people in his young adult life and when he eventually turns up in the suit he doesn't need to assume a dual identity because he is who he is.

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RE: Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 8:26:02 AM   
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I think that after the school bus incident Clarke will become somewhat alienated by the town. It'll prove to Clarke what Pa Kent has been trying to teach - "hide this part of yourself, cos other wont understand". So when the tornado comes around in later years Clarke will hide his powers, he will help the townsfolk, but he wont use his powers and Pa Kent dies, something he could prevent. I think the townsfolk are goin to have some way of feeling resentment or hatred of Clarke and although they know he is different, I dont think they will outwardly name him to anyone. I think that as Lois goes diggig for the story, she wont get Clarke's name and ill go off following him around. So in this way they can still keep the duality of Clarke vs Supes, but play it out much differently. Clarke I think will connect with Lois trough her articles on him as he travels around, maybe realising trough them that his powers can do good, he would then get into the new version o the FOS, learn more of his past, learn of Zod, get the sui and emerge as Superman. Zod arrives and the Battle of Smallville can kick off, requiring Supes intervention and a nice closure to the plot line that his hometown was fearful o him and essentially helped him become an outcast. After the BoS Supes will be taken into custody and will agree to speak, to Lois only. I think then it'll go one of two ways either Supes is released once Zod shows up in Metropolis and causes mayhem, e.g the army realise they cant win and call on Supes. Or he escapes into hiding and emerges as Clarke at the Daily Planet iust as the Zod mayhem hits Metropolis. I think it'll be the former, and we may get a scene prior to the Battle of Smallville where Clarke visits the DP to try and see what Lois is all a out, investigating her. Maybe he goes for a job inteview, and that may give us a glimpse at the roving reporter traditional Clarke?

Still, Snyder has Said the movie clocks around 2hr 10, and it seems there is a HUGE amount to fit in!

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RE: Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 8:38:42 AM   
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Calm down lads, you'll have second guessed the movie into the ground by the time the film gets released!

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RE: Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 12:55:35 PM   
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I know a few people have been wary of Snyder as a director for this but what does everyone think of David Goyer being the sole screenwriter? He's written and directed a few turkeys in his time, with the saving graces being a co-writer credit on Batman Begin and a story credit on TDK and TDKR as well as Blade II (and the first Blade, depending how forgiving you are)

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RE: Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 8:48:25 PM   
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I know a few people have been wary of Snyder as a director for this but what does everyone think of David Goyer being the sole screenwriter? He's written and directed a few turkeys in his time, with the saving graces being a co-writer credit on Batman Begin and a story credit on TDK and TDKR as well as Blade II (and the first Blade, depending how forgiving you are)


Goyer is one of the reasons why the Dark Knight trilogy was such a success.He knows his comics and is great at adapting them for the big screen.His scripts for the first two Blade films were excellent ( Wel write off Trinity as a mis step which proves that the guy aint perfect).

I think getting Goyer involved with MOS was one of the first things they did right in approaching this new take on Superman.That along with Nolans involvement, the terrific casting and with Snyder at the helm should hopefully mean wel get an awesome Superman movie.

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RE: Man of Steel - 4/5/2013 10:50:43 PM   
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Like the new TV spot. The shot of Superman/Kal-El/Clark screaming at something horrific off screen is amazing and reminiscent of Reeves in Donners Superman when he finds Lois dead. He even has a look of him too. Though I'm sure this is unintentional.

Really, REALLY looking forward to this!!

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RE: Man of Steel - 5/5/2013 2:25:46 AM   
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I know a few people have been wary of Snyder as a director for this but what does everyone think of David Goyer being the sole screenwriter? He's written and directed a few turkeys in his time, with the saving graces being a co-writer credit on Batman Begin and a story credit on TDK and TDKR as well as Blade II (and the first Blade, depending how forgiving you are)


Goyer is one of the reasons why the Dark Knight trilogy was such a success.He knows his comics and is great at adapting them for the big screen.His scripts for the first two Blade films were excellent ( Wel write off Trinity as a mis step which proves that the guy aint perfect).

I think getting Goyer involved with MOS was one of the first things they did right in approaching this new take on Superman.That along with Nolans involvement, the terrific casting and with Snyder at the helm should hopefully mean wel get an awesome Superman movie.


Nice one. You've doused that bit of doubt I've had towards him. Will definitely check out the Blade films as well, never actually witnessed any of them. Have you caught any of Da Vinci's Demons at all? He's the the showrunner for it and while it's not perfect it's turning into a good romp of a show.

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RE: Snyder / Nolan Superman 2013 - 5/5/2013 1:45:25 PM   
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I've read that the running time is 148 minutes. Yet Snyder is quoted as saying it runs at around 130 mins? Personally I hope its the longer running time. There does seem a hell of a lot to get in. Krypton, Smallville, Clark as a youth, Clark in Grasshopper mode walking the earth, Zod, Clark being drawn out, Lois's pursuit, the fighting...

I'm gonna step back from saying that this could be the movie of the year (movie of the last 5 years?) to evade disappointment should it not happen.

BUT THIS IS GONNA BE THE FILM OF THE YEAR!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOO!!!!!

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Man of Steel - 5/5/2013 10:34:21 PM   
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Going back to earlier posts about Kryptonians flying about on giant insecty-type-things, check this pic: Spoilers...

http://i912.photobucket.com/albums/ac323/arapoda/photo32jc_zpsc6de68b7.jpg

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RE: Man of Steel - 6/5/2013 9:05:41 PM   
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Shirley this can't be bad. Everythig is looking so good.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NdBDGg0EPhY

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RE: Man of Steel - 6/5/2013 9:20:36 PM   
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Still looks like a computer game to me.

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RE: Man of Steel - 6/5/2013 9:44:58 PM   
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I'm still sitting on the fence with this one.

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RE: Man of Steel - 6/5/2013 10:48:20 PM   
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TV spot is great.

A full track from soundtrack...(more or less music from the trailer). Amazing, to be honest.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/176705-listen-to-a-full-track-from-the-man-of-steel-score

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RE: Man of Steel - 7/5/2013 9:49:35 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Woger

Shirley this can't be bad. Everythig is looking so good.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NdBDGg0EPhY


Whoa!

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RE: Man of Steel - 7/5/2013 10:41:28 AM   
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I genuinly think MoS has the potential to be the definitive comic book adaptation. Please, please don't be a fuck up!

Everything I see or hear from this film just screams quality. Sure, there are a few iffy look effects shots, but you know what, who gives a fuck, the scale of it just looks huge. Damn, I think DC need to be very thankful of Marvels approach to Thor/Avengers in the last few years, which has basically opened the comic book genre further into sci fi than ever before. That looks to really be helping with MoS, and it looks like Snyder and Goyer haven't held back from the sci-fi (flying beasties, huge spaceships etc) in the way Singer did. I was really initially skeptical about the Kryptonian armour and how it would look on screen, but fuck me it looks good. Please, please be fucking good! Looks like Zod is going to genuinly provide some challenge too - what do you think he is up to with those huge machines? Terraforming Earth into a new Krypton? - There is a track on the OST called 'Terraforming'.

Oh yea, and that soundtrack sounds brilliant. The more I hear the more I love it, and the more I get Vangelis vibes from it - the track released really reminds me of Chariots of Fire, anyone else getting that? I genuinely dont understand some of the criticism I am reading of the sountrack on other sites. The only comic book/superhero theme of recent years I have had any connection too has been from Zimmer's Dark Knight soundtracks, I think they're incredible, although I know people seem really down on them. But from all the Marvel movies, from Xmen, Green Lantern, Daredevil and so on, there hasn't been a single memorable theme or soundtrack, even when a movie seems tailormade for it (Captain America, how did they not get a memorable theme for him?!) they've been forgettable and bland. Zimmer's TDK trilogy soundtrack really, really keeps in my head and I just find myself playing it over and over (maybe because it is so omnipresent in fucking reality shows - Masterchef! X-Factor! I'm A Celeb! etc) and I think the MoS score could be the one to finally equal it. The whole thing cant get here soon enough. I am in serious danger if hyping this for myself to dangerous fucking levels!

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