This reporters own almamater!! These guys are good at keeping filming hush hush! I live not twenty minutes away from campus and today is the first word I have heard about this! To think, I could have been there taking these shots myself! Needless to say I'm irritated and excited all at the same time!
CBM got the scoop that much of MOS will (possiblly) take place on Krypton. These war torn scenes may reveal a new twist on the origin story and feature Russel Crowe as Superman's natural father.
There are no details on exactly how much time will be spent on the planet or on the war its self, however it was reported that Man Of Steel will be at San Diego Comic Con. Not only will they be there but also confirmed that a trailer will be shown as well. The length of the trailer is unknown, but there will be footage at Comic Con for sure. Also, there will be a few additional scenes included with the trailer. Whether or not this will be the trailer that will be featured in theaters was not yet disclosed.
Man Of Steel stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Russell Crowe, Laurence Fishburne with Christopher Meloni, Harry Lennix, and will be released on June 14, 2013.
Lennix, who also starred in the Matrix, will be playing the role of General Swanwick in the Man of Steel hitting theaters in 2013.
Q: And I know you can’t say much on “Man of Steel” but how exciting was it to get that role?
Not too long ago images from the Man of Steel set outside of Edwards Air Force Base surfaced. They showed Superman Henry Cavill, Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Antje Traue (Faora) Christopher Meloni as Colonel Hardy, Richard Schiff as Dr. Emil Hamilton, director Zack Snyder, soldiers and a tank. Reportedly the scene had something to do with an exchange and some spaceships.
Now a video from the set has surfaced. While it's not too revealing, it is at least cool to check out!
On the official Facebook for 'Man of Steel' the film logo was just released. It's a little darker and bit more gritty than we're use to seeing, and if I'm not mistaken, I think somebody stuck the Nike shoosh in the center! (probably just a coincidence) However, it's obvious some more creative alterations have taken place since the 2006 film. We may still have for the Summer before we get any footage or a trailer most likely with The Dark Knight Rises. In the meantime, it sounds like we should keep an eye on this Facebook page, as it looks like more will be hitting there soon.
Thoughts on the logo?
Put your worries to rest! Henry either has a speech coach or perhaps 'the American Accent' isn't all that hard to learn. Either way, you can see for yourself below in the trailer for "The Cold Light of Day"
The Cold Light of Day – Official Trailer
In theaters April 6, 2012 The Cold Light of Day is an adrenaline fuelled action thriller starring Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver. Armed with a gun, but no information, Will Shaw (Henry Cavill) is alone in an unfamiliar city and is forced to piece together the puzzle of his missing family. Unwittingly embroiled in a Government conspiracy he has agents from all sides hot on his tail. An unrelenting chase across the streets of Madrid intensifies and Will is forced to question everything he has known in order to stay alive long enough to rescue his family… but is there anyone left he can trust?
Cast: Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver The Cold Light of Day trailer courtesy Summit Entertainment
In an interview with IndieWire.com, director McG reveals that Robert Downey Jr. was actually cast to play Lex Luthor in his never-made Superman movie.
McG says no final casting decisions had been made on the film, though he did mention one name that, we admit, we hadn't heard before. "We had Robert Downey Jr. locked up to be Lex Luthor, which I think would have been extraordinary," McG enthused. But his pick for the Big Blue Boyscout is actually much less of a surprise. "Ironically, we liked Henry Cavill a lot, but we hadn't cast him yet," he says of the actor currently wearing the tights in the upcoming "Man Of Steel." "J.J. wrote the script, and we got that to a really good place in the end," he says of the film, the first in a proposed trilogy. "But I'm to blame for [the film not happening]." It's interesting to hear that Henry Cavill was also close to being McG's choice to play Superman all those years ago.