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It's behind you, Supes...

19 April 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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Some people are rubbish at playing hide and seek. Take Henry Cavill in Man Of Steel, for example. In the picture above you can clearly see he’s looking for a squad of US army types, but seems oblivious to their presence.

Okay, so this is not really an example of Kryptonian hijinks. This actually comes from a dramatic moment in the movie where Clark Kent/Superman – though no one is calling him at this point – is confronted by the might of the army. What happens? You’ll have to wait and see.

Man Of Steel, which launched a rather effective new trailer this week (check it out below), finds Christopher Nolan, David Goyer and director Zack Snyder taking on a new iteration of the Superman origin story.

Cavill is the man in tights this time around with Russell Crowe as alien pop Jor-El, Kevin Costner as adoptive human dad Jonathan Kent, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as the driven, shouty General Zod and Antje Traue as Faora, his equally troubling second in command.

Man Of Steel flies into cinemas on June 14.


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Best trailer ever?
In terms of getting the balance right, it might be the best I've ever seen. More

Posted by kristof07 at 17:58 on 26 April 2013 | Report This Post

The Suit
Now that they're actually showing the suit in more conspicuous ways, I definitely think it looks awesome! Unlike the Returns suit, this one actually makes him look powerful. Now I just hope it's good.. More

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Behind you!
A three headed monkey! More

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Superb!
If this is the template for JL then DC are going to really give Marvel and The Avengers a tough time indeed. More

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RE: The Suit!
Why so dirty?! More

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The Suit!
I don't care what anyone says, the new threads are awesome! More

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The more I see and hear about MAN OF STEEL the better it becomes. Can it live up to expectations? More

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The earlier trailer's were not much appealing, but this 3rd trailer, clears all the doubt about the movie going to be a big hit. More

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Where's the screen grabs from the trailer Empire?!
Have you promised Warners not to do any or something? More

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