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'Man of Steel' Interview: Producer Deborah Snyder Explains How This Film Sets Up the New DC Universe

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by Todd Gilchrist June 11, 2013 @ 8:17 AM
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Since 1978, Hollywood has made five movies about Superman, all of which essentially characterized the superhero the same way: wholesome, morally resolute, and indefatigably heroic. The sixth - 'Man of Steel' - takes the character in another direction – technically, backwards. Director Zack Snyder’s film re-examines the character’s origin story, looking at the formative years, and experiences, which gave him the certitude and clarity to be Earth’s greatest protector. Meanwhile, audiences simultaneously get to thrill at watching the character test out his strength while battling General Zod, one of Superman’s greatest foes.
We sat down with producer Deborah Snyder at the recent Los Angeles press day for Man of Steel, where she seemed excited to finally be able to talk about the film. Perhaps appropriately, she discussed the balancing act that goes into deciding how much to disclose to audiences as a film like this is coming to theaters, and then revealed the attitude and approach which she and Zack took as they were reinventing the great-granddaddy of all superheroes. Finally, she offered some insights about where this Superman fits – both into the character’s own canon, and then the current landscape of heroes that Christopher Nolan razed when he paired Batman’s cape and cowl with a complex foundation of moral and personal ambiguities.

'Man of Steel' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman June 10, 2013 @ 10:00 PM
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I believe a man can fly -- and beat the living hell out of Michael Shannon for close to 40 compounded minutes in ways hitherto unseen on film. But Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' is no mere slugfest. It goes for broke, faces the legend and tackles the iconography of one of modernity's largest-shared myths, Kal-El of Krypton, on its own terms. It is among the finest "franchise reboots" of all time, which may sound like a bit of a backhanded compliment until you realize that this is, in fact, a genre unto itself. It manages, somehow, to be "the same but different," a new film that everyone under the yellow sun knows from beginning to end. It is the film of summer 2013.

'Man of Steel 2' Is Already in the Works and Will Bring Back Zack Snyder

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by Damon Houx June 10, 2013 @ 8:32 PM
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Though 'Man of Steel' won't be released until Friday, Warner Brothers is so confident in the film they just announced they've begun working on a sequel, and have already got screenwriter David S. Goyer and director Zack Snyder lined up to return.

Win a 'Man of Steel'™ Prize Pack as Epic as Superman Himself

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by Nick Romano June 10, 2013 @ 7:00 AM
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Now that 'Iron Man 3' had its run through big screens across the globe, it's time for the Man of Steel to have a go. Thanks to early, glowing reviews and a promotional campaign as grandiose as the superhero legend himself, 'Man of Steel'™ easily leaps to the top of many moviegoers' must-see lists. As excited as we know you are to see the newly rebooted Superman, we've got a prize pack filled with goods that'll have you just as pumped ... if not more!

New 'Man of Steel' Clip: See Michael Shannon's Zod in Action

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by Jacob Hall June 9, 2013 @ 9:46 AM
In less than a week, the highly anticipated 'Man of Steel' will finally hit theaters and we'll all get a chance to see Henry Cavill's Superman in action. However, film fans have another reason to be excited for Zack Snyder's take on the world's most famous superhero -- the great character actor Michael Shannon is playing the role of General Zod! A new clip from the film gives us a glimpse of his performance, as well as a good look at Russell Crowe's Jor-El.

13-Minute 'Man of Steel' Featurette Goes Deep Behind the Scenes

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by Jacob Hall June 2, 2013 @ 12:44 PM
http://youtu.be/cXr_WuA7iNg
Everything we see from 'Man of Steel' only increases our anticipation for the epic return of Superman, but the latest featurette takes the cake. After this 13-minute look behind the scenes, our excitement for Zack Snyder's take on the greatest superhero of all time can barely be contained. Congratulations, Warner Bros. marketing team. We hope you all got nice fat raises.