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Exclusive: No Zod in Superman Returns 2?
Brandon Routh talks superhero sequel

13 March 2007  |  Written by   

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For all the lush visuals and emotional intensity of Superman Returns, a sizeable slab of its audience grumbled about its lack of balls-to-the-wall action, with complaints going something like, “If I wanted to watch a man lift increasingly heavy objects, I’d hang around my local skip.”

Well, Supes himself, Brandon Routh, gave us a few hints as to what we can expect from the sequel. And it seems a proper Scary Bad Guy (no offense, Lex) is very much on the cards…

“It’s going to be a lot more in that genre. In the first one, the obstacle was Superman’s love for Lois and his son, and Luthor using that against him. I just know that in the next film there will be a lot of action and I’m gonna get to fight something, or someone. An enemy with real physical power might be worked in there, definitely.”

Hmm… But what of a rumour that’s been floating around of late, that the next Superman flick will feature a certain outlaw from Krypton, a villain with immeasurable strength, a baddie whose love of baggy V-neck tunics is only matched by his fox-like cunning. In short, will Superman soon kneel once more before General Zod?

“I don’t know,” laughs Routh. “I don’t know how much we want to reprise characters that have appeared in the series before, since we’ve reset and used the first film to pay homage to all that’s come before. Now I think Bryan (Singer) might want to go somewhere new with it, which I think will be exciting.”

It’s early days for the project — Routh says he has two films lined up to shoot later this year (one a romantic comedy) before he dons the cape again, possibly in early 2008 — and aside from a bad guy, there’s something else missing: a title. “Yeah, I don’t think they’ve settled on one yet,” says Routh. “I suggested that Bryan call it Superman Returns Again, but I don’t think that will happen. They’re about to begin the pre-production process, so there’s a lot of ideas in the air and a lot of discussion about what’s going to happen with it. I promise a lot of excitement!”

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I, for one, am looking forward to the follow up to Superman Returns! I hope Singer is able to start work on the movie soon. Superman Returns finale is set up for what could be thrilling sequels!!!! For example i). Singer can explore the fact that Superman has a kid and Lex Luthor knows about it. How does Lex harm Superman using his kid? ii) Bryan - if you are reading ,,, pls dont bring Zod back. You have the chance to bring back two new super villians..... a lot more compelling than Zod. More

Posted by jeffamania at 05:35 on 01 October 2007 | Report This Post

Superman returns again?
I am surprised that there is going to be another superman movie, as 'Superman Returns' hardly lived up to the hype, however I would personally go to the cinema to watch it. I just hope that they get a new Lois Lane, Kate Bosworth was such a bore! More

Posted by spotless mind at 15:45 on 26 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: AND
Thanks Shane123 for the correction and you are correct but the point I was really trying to make is that Darkseid is so powerful in the DC Universe that Thanos was created in the Marvel Universe and Darkseid was the inspiration.  But with that said is it my imagination or are they making Supes seem weaker and weaker.  As powerful as he is I figure the only vilians that should be able to make him bleed are Darkseid, Doomsday, Matallo only because of his kriptonite core and Brainiac onl More

Posted by Belsarius at 23:19 on 22 March 2007 | Report This Post

AND
I actually don't think Zod should be in another film, I think we should see an evil Captain Marvel or Darkseid, or they could just whack a jedi in there for the hell of it. Peace. More

Posted by Ghetto Jen at 21:16 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Hoorah!
YAY!! I have to say I am wetting my pants at the thought of another Superman film!! My personal opinion is that there is no one better than Superman, and Brandon Routh did an awesome job! However I'll have to wait a bit more patiently I think LOL. More

Posted by Ghetto Jen at 21:12 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super love
Get a new Lois Lane,this one wasn't worth recuing. More

Posted by alanbp1 at 17:30 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super love
Get a new Lois Lane,this one wasn't worth recuing. More

Posted by alanbp1 at 17:30 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super love
Get a new Lois Lane,this one wasn't worth recuing. More

Posted by alanbp1 at 17:30 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super love
Get a new Lois Lane,this one wasn't worth recuing. More

Posted by alanbp1 at 17:30 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super love
Get a new Lois Lane,this one wasn't worth recuing. More

Posted by alanbp1 at 17:30 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

Super Pooper
I personaly would suggest that instead of Big Bad Bald Lex Luthor, in the next film the man with the pants on over the tights could fight a giant C.G Mr Hankie from Southpark. It would be, in my humble opinion, the only way you'd be able to put more shit on the screen than in the previous installment. I think Bryan Singer rocks and i also love Superhero Movies but i think as a movie going public we now have to have at least SOME degree of feasability in our protagonists, and i am sorry but no d More

Posted by go at 16:34 on 21 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: spelt returns wrong..oops!
L: krudler id love doomsday to be in it,imagine a scrap like the one in superman 2 but using up to date cgi,having them level buildings and flinging buses and cars at each other,think matrix revolutions final battle with superman ote]   *Jizzes on keyboard*   dammit not again....... More

Posted by BatFan at 18:47 on 18 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: spelt returns wrong..oops!
id love doomsday to be in it,imagine a scrap like the one in superman 2 but using up to date cgi,having them level buildings and flinging buses and cars at each other,think matrix revolutions final battle with superman More

Posted by krudler at 17:57 on 18 March 2007 | Report This Post

spelt returns wrong..oops!
spelt it wrong...how silly More

Posted by Kalel81 at 11:35 on 18 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Retursn...You have all missed the point
This film was amazing...im a massive superman fan...and it stuck to a working formula from the original films and added a modern touch. The effects we're the best of all the superhero films to date. The cinematography was out of this world and John Ottman's reworking of the score throughout the film fits perfectly. I agree no more lex or Zod.. its been done well in 1, 2 and returns, now it needs to be something new...but realistic, thats why batman begins works because its as believable as it co More

Posted by Kalel81 at 11:34 on 18 March 2007 | Report This Post

i love it More

Posted by izzyc at 15:48 on 17 March 2007 | Report This Post

PLEASE NO MORE BORING OLD ENEMYS
THE ORIGINAL SUPERMAN 1 AND 2 WHERE GREAT THEN IT WAS BACK TO THE OLD BORING STORYS THAT HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE COMICS BADDIES. SAME WITH THE TV SERIES,. I AM SICK AND TIRED OF WATCHING THE SAME OLD SHIT REGARDING LEX LUTHOR BEING THE ONLY ENEMY SUPES SEEMS TO HAVE. THERE ARE LOADS OF BADDIES THAT SUPERMAN HAS FACED IN THE COMICS BUT WHEN IT COMES TO THE FILMS. THE WRITERS SEEMS TO GET BRAIN CEASURES. LOOK SPIDERMAN FUCKING FANTASTIC CANT BEAT IT EVEN BATS WAS GOOD WITH NEW ENEMYS, BUT SUPES More

Posted by shamshad at 15:32 on 17 March 2007 | Report This Post

Supermoan...
Can I just say, having sat down and watched the film the other weekend I have absolutely no recollection of anything that happened in it. Seriously, without a glass of wine to calm me or kids to distract me, I simply cannot remember anything at all about this movie, other than at one point Supes took Lois for a fly around the block, and at one point he did a bit of a Jesus thing and hovered over the Earth. Lex doing nefarious land deals (again), Clark feeling burdened and guilty (again), Lois fe More

Posted by rantbot66 at 14:00 on 17 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Is he fuck overratted!
They should scrap this shit, and just do a Smallville spin-off. As the show is most likely wrapping up next year, they should just cast Tom Welling and Erica Durance, and re-launch the franchise. Superman Returns was lame, what the franchise needed was a re-generation, not a sequel. More

Posted by zasin at 02:57 on 17 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Is he fuck overratted!
superman returns was BOOOORRRRIIINNGGG!  and thats coming from a lifelong fan of the character.mr singer,a superman film is not supposed to be a 2 and a half hour soap opera! give us darkseid in the next one and get rid of that annoying superkid! i like brandon routh as superman though. More

Posted by darth silas at 00:54 on 17 March 2007 | Report This Post

It's Bizzare!
Well personally I think we should see Lex going down the experimental route & creating Bizzaro as he did in the comics. We've yet to see this character realized properly in a Supes movie/tv show & we could see some pretty good dust ups. More

Posted by Tenacious P at 23:57 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Lives!
I thought that "Superman Lives" was the title to the next one. I think that's a fairly good name and it follows perfectly with the end of the last film. More

Posted by joeydoo at 19:00 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

GIVE THE KING HIS DUE
It's not pedantic giving Jack Kirby due respect, it's mandatory. If Kirby's output was tapped properly and used to full effect like Dwayne McDuffie did in Justice League Unlimited then the Dc movie universe would be a full and flourishing place, instead we get dreck like Superman Returns. Singer and Routh should be shunted to the fucking phantom zone. Imagine a Supes movie utilizing Etrigan the demon,Orion and Lightray, Highfather and the inimitable Darkseid. Get Clancy Brown for Luthor, Michae More

Posted by nada at 08:45 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: No Zod in Superman Returns 2?
Sorry to be a pedantic spod but Darkseid was created by Jack Kirby in 1970 and Thanos was created by Jim Starlin in 1973. More

Posted by shane123 at 06:46 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

Although Zod would always be a great villian for Superman, he should not return at all in any Superman films. In Superman 2, Superman tricked Zod and the others to losing their powers then he through Zod to the wall and he fell into the mist. So he had to have been destroyed, and there is no way he could get those powers back. Bringing Zod back into the Superman films wouldn't make any sense especially if you bring him back with those powers. I think Doomsday would be great but i think it More

Posted by JLoZ18 at 01:59 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

Although Zod would always be a great villian for Superman, he should not return at all in any Superman films. In Superman 2, Superman tricked Zod and the others to losing their powers then he through Zod to the wall and he fell into the mist. So he had to have been destroyed, and there is no way he could get those powers back. Bringing Zod back into the Superman films wouldn't make any sense especially if you bring him back with those powers. I think Doomsday would be great but i think it More

Posted by JLoZ18 at 01:58 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: No Zod in Superman Returns 2?
Zod should re-appear.  Not in the next installment but he should return at some point.  Maybe because Returns was supposed to be set after Superman 2 so having him as the next nemesis would feel empty in the whole Superman (comic) world.   Maybe they could tie in a cliffhanger at the end of the next sequel to re-introduce him in sequel 3.  Similar to the Superman 2 Donner cut. More

Posted by Mr Grady at 01:28 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Exclusive: No Zod in Superman Returns 2?
I'm new to this but not one person's comments have suggested the ultimate Superman villian.  Darkseid!!!!!  This villian with his Omega beams can beat most anyone and he hates Superman because he can beat him.  Doomsday is a good choice but Darkseid is MUCH BETTER.  This guy is so bad that his creator went to Marvel and created Thanos and we all know what he did with the Infinity Gautlet. More

Posted by Belsarius at 00:45 on 16 March 2007 | Report This Post

superman forever?
no zod i guess cos its too recent since his appearence in smallville, how about doomsday. just evil industicable force the perfect enemy for a superman. but please no death/ rebirth of supeman story that is so early 90s More

Posted by alexclash at 12:20 on 15 March 2007 | Report This Post

superman forever?
More

Posted by alexclash at 12:17 on 15 March 2007 | Report This Post

Is he fuck overratted!
Byran Singer a top drawer director who keeps delivering the goods. Consistently evolving in style and substance since Suspects, i loved Returns and look forward to his next gig with Chris McQuarrie. More

Posted by AboyNamedSue at 10:49 on 15 March 2007 | Report This Post

Singer is overrated
Bryan Singer is the MOST overrated director currently working. Both of his X-Men movies were particularly underwhelming affairs. The Usual suspects is quite good but he's been dining out on that for too long now. Superman returns lacked imagination. More

Posted by fierce-hairdo at 10:08 on 15 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE:
L: FUBARSuperman Returns Again! I think Brandon should stick to acting and leave the film titles to others.I think Routh was having a bit of a laugh at his own expense there, actually... I thought the "emotional intensity" of the last film was perfectly pitched, especially the avoidance of making a cliche out of the Superman/Richard White dynamic. As long as they continue to pitch the emotional aspect right as well as up the action stakes, I think it's a winner. It's in safe hands a More

Posted by Rickyboy at 20:02 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

villian
i know there is quite alot that still needs to be done with superman but i say end it...i think it is time they use Doomsday! it would be fucking amazing to see a fight like that, then a few years down the road they could show the movie where by some strange miracle superman comes back to life after being killed. i vote for Doomsday all the way....fuck zod! and yeah tom welling would of been way better for the part of clark kent, i mean damn alot of people are used to seeing him as clar More

Posted by brettyboo221 at 19:57 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Zod: You are not the President. No-one who leads so many would kneel so quickly.
President: I am the man these people are trying to protect... and I will kneel if it will save lives. Zod: Oh it will. Starting with your own. Now. Kneel before Zod. President: Oh my God. Zod: (Corrects him) Zod. If Bryan Singer can make a film anywhere near as perfect as Superman II (Lester or Donner versions) I will eat my hat and blog every mouthful here. The only other director to so perfectly capture the feel and essence of a comic book in movie form is Sam Raimi w More

Posted by keyzersaulsie at 19:56 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Returns Again! I think Brandon should stick to acting and leave the film titles to others. Hope they don't keep looking back at the other films and just regurgitating everything - we want and need something new. I loved how the first one was done, but agree, number 2 should have more fighting More

Posted by FUBAR at 16:38 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Grizzly
L: Mr Grizzly Why do you tell me this, when you know I will kill you for it?! sp; KNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL BEFORE ZOD!   More

Posted by Biggus at 16:36 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Rufus Sewell as General Zod???
Braniac would be feckin brilliant. love the idea of a new supes trillogy. Deffinately superman needs a new villan. cause lex luthor has more or less run his course. More

Posted by livewire at 15:52 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Rufus Sewell as General Zod???
I think Superman Returns was as good a film we had any right to expect. Especially when you consider the abomination of a script that Tim Burton was so close to going with. It does need to move on with the next chapter, now Superman has returned and foiled Luthor's frankly crap plan and has been re-established. They need to up the ante with the next one. Turn Richard White, driven mad by jealousy, get turned into Metallo by Luthor and allow him and Superman to kick the shit out of each othe More

Posted by The Hooded Man at 15:16 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Rufus Sewell as General Zod???
Now that would be an 'umdinger! More

Posted by the_equalizer at 15:11 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Title
Why not take a leaf from the new Batman, and call it 'Superman: Man of Steel'. Similarly, the next Bond film could simply be called '007'. More

Posted by Davegod21 at 14:53 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Whiner Babies!
I hate it when some whiny little turd starts whinging about how Tom Welling should have been in SR! The guy cant act for Sh!t. I hate it when people hold Smallville in such high regard that this should be the way to go with the Superman films! God dam it cant they just shut up and stick to there demographic! More

Posted by wes clough at 14:02 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Returns was disappointing at best. Brandon Routh was a poor choice for Superman. Brandon has a 'Spider-Man' physique, It just didn't work. Tom Welling would have been a better choice. He'd still need to put on 10-20lbs of muscle, but he looks better than Routh. A skinny Superman. Sorry, I just couldn't buy it. Bryan Singer should have stayed with the X-Men franchise. He could have at least saved X:3 from the cheesy movie that it turned out to be. More

Posted by Daishi at 13:21 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Just like there was "no Venom in Spider-Man 3" according to Sam Raimi?
Rufus Sewell as Zod. Anna Chancellor as Ursa. Tyler Mane as Non. Superman Returns suffered from a hopelessly miscast or badly written Lois Lane. She was barely old enough to have passed her GCSEs, let alone won the Pullitzer Prize as a working Mom mourning the loss of her true love many years ago. A Super Son? Bullshit. Pure bullshit. Expecially from the man who brought the X Men to the big screen with such integrity. From the second Super Boy appeared my heart sank and the film did too. More

Posted by keyzersaulsie at 10:39 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Grizzly
Why do you tell me this, when you know I will kill you for it?! More

Posted by Mr Grizzly at 09:13 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Bryan Singer and his two pre-pubescent lovers/writers
Singer's Donnercentric retread was an abortion, he blamed Warners for the poor box office, not homself for the homo-erotic re design and crappy decision making. If it was one ioata as good as the justice league unlimited Superman, it would have been a thousand times better. More

Posted by nada at 08:16 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

brandon routh talks poo
brandon routh is talking shite by the sound of things. he is just talking and giving no definite answers. the body of this news doesnt suggest anything its just what he thinks! and if we are to belive that his thoughts are worth anything when it comes to directing superman 2 well... bryan singer aint dumb! sur ehe has a vision of what he wnats to do and what WB will wnat him to do so will wait and see. some cool ass bad guys form supes reportoie woudl be nice, lex in my opion was still too camp More

Posted by miketang99 at 05:27 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

Typical, the masses demanding more action from what was definitely one of the strongest blockbusters this summer (and I'm not even a Superman afectionado in the slightest). Despite the stupid 'look, it's another Jesus analogy!' ending, the fact that the action set-pieces were fewer gave each of them more impact (something Pirates of the Carribean could do with taking some notes from). That said, I consider the first X-Men flick the finest in the trilogy, so I'd be surprised if anyone agreed with More

Posted by shanyi at 04:40 on 14 March 2007 | Report This Post

and how could i forget darkseid! More

Posted by sedgbj at 22:56 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

brainiac for this one, with allsions to doomsday and then the next one doomsday, would be epic More

Posted by sedgbj at 22:53 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

2 Supermans
I think someone should try to fabricate Krptonite but get the formula wrong and Supes splits into 2, one good the other evil....................................what do you mean it's been done before?..............Superman 3?????????? More

Posted by tetchy at 22:46 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Yay! Superman Returns was good, and I know Singer will develop a superior sequel. Glad it's not Zod: I want Brainiac! More

Posted by doctorolorinbats1975 at 20:05 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman: The Man of Steel
Tom Wwelling will never fill the tights rightly. I dont think Doomsday will come into not just yet anyway. I feel that Brainiac should be the main villian with Luthor lurking in the background manipulating things for his own gain. More

Posted by man_o_steel at 19:35 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Pushups
Bryan Singer has a lot of ground to make up, to cover for the snorefest that was Superman Returns. Yeah, it looked good, yeah it had a cool opening and yeah, Brandon Routh looked the part (if a bit young. Why didnt they get Tom Welling to do it? He simply looks the part. Regardless), but it just had no heart and lets face it, Superman aint the most exciting superhero ever... to quote Comic Store Guy in the Simpsons; "Who should we get to avert this travesty? The Green Latern? Spiderman? Th More

Posted by coomi01 at 19:01 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Braniac anyone?
Wow sounds great and I think Doomsday would be a fantastic addition to the Superman films and would certainly test the limits of CGI and superhero films. However has anyone considered Brainiac as the main villian for the next film? More

Posted by DrachirFilm at 18:08 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Returns. Again.
Whoever the villian, i can count on Bryan Singer to deliver the action set pieces. i'm hoping for something as mindblowing as the white house attack in x2, and the damn right awesomness of the plane sequence in Superman Returns. More

Posted by Paulie at 17:49 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

Superman Returns. Again.
Whoever the villian, i can count on Bryan Singer to deliver the action set pieces. i'm hoping for something as mindblowing as the white house attack in x2, and the damn right awesomness of the plane sequence in Superman Returns. More

Posted by Paulie at 17:48 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

DOOMSDAY!!!
Yeah, that's right. Have Supes and Doomsday destroy half of Metropolis in their final showdown..... More

Posted by the ageless stranger at 17:33 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

wait, the Empire awards have happened already? where they on TV? More

Posted by Hughezy at 17:27 on 13 March 2007 | Report This Post

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