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New Man Of Steel TV Spot Online
Plus score snippets and new poster

06 May 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Warner Bros.

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We’re just over a month away from the release of Man Of Steel, and the marketing is kicking into Action Mode with this new TV spot crammed full of big-scale destruction, though hopefully not every moment from the movie. Unless you’re on a trailer-free diet, take a look below. 

Based on the most recent trailer and other ads, it appears we’re in for an all-action Superman this time around, with plenty of trouble from Michael Shannon’s General Zod to balance out the soul-searching and father-son bonding with real alien dad Jor-El (Russell Crowe) and adoptive Earth pop Jonathan Kent (Kevin Costner).

With Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) struggling to find his place in a world where he’s essentially a god, and threats from his old home planet promising mucho destruction, Zack Snyder and co are now turning up the pitch level to “epic.”

And if you’ve enjoyed the music you’ve heard so far, why not listen to a full track from Hans Zimmer’s score, which hits US stores on June 11 and then June 17 over here? While the John Williams theme will always be close to our hearts, it’s hard to deny Zimmer’s effort goes from moody to soaring with real power. 

If you fancy feasting your eyes as well as your ears on the coming attractions from Krypton, check out this new Man Of Steel banner released over the weekend.

Finally, for those craving more from Kal-El and co, check out the Supes/Zod-tastic new Empire, currently available in shops and on the iPad.

Man Of Steel lands on June 14.

 


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Clip's still not working guys...
Please fix ! More

Posted by kimota at 19:41 on 13 May 2013 | Report This Post

RE: oh wait.....
I'm getting it on the 13th June in Korea........ sorry. More

Posted by ADStoney at 12:57 on 07 May 2013 | Report This Post

oh wait.....
Ok that was for Zimmer's score, ooopsy, roll on June 14th More

Posted by Hector26 at 08:22 on 07 May 2013 | Report This Post

JUNE 17th?????
WHAT? why do us Brits have to wait til 17th? completely ruined my schedule now, I'm going away then. Why can't it be the same as US? More

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