If you’re trying to figure out the plot of director Zack Snyder’s “Superman” reboot, don’t look at the Man of Steel’s previous cinematic endeavors for any clues. Likewise, there are no breadcrumbs to follow in the character’s considerable comic book run. In fact, there’s really no where to look except for the minds of those who have worked on the script.
According to an interview with French site FilmsActu.com (via Bleeding Cool), Snyder’s “Superman” won’t take any cues from previous films or comic books. Instead, the DC Comics icon will return to his early days as a crimefighter in a wholly original story.
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Finally, a Superman film that sounds interesting and not a rehash of things seen so many times over! What do you think?
NEW GREEN HORNET POSTER AT LAST SHOWS US MORE THAN JUST A LOGO
Up until now, the only posters we’ve seen promoting Michel Gondry’s upcoming The Green Hornet haven’t shown us anything more than a logo. No hero, no sidekick … and no souped-up super-car. That’s just changed.
Columbia Pictures has just released the new poster below. Will it have some sort of glowing hologram effect going on when we actually see it in theaters? We can’t quite tell, but check it out for yourself below.
The Green Hornet opens Jan. 14, 2011.
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Interesting, this isn’t a superhero movie I’ve been following closely, but this poster is definitely intriguing. Do you agree?
‘BIG BANG THEORY’ STAR JOHNNY GALECKI HEADING FOR JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE SCI-FI FILM
The Big Bang Theory has made Johnny Galecki a hot property, and now he’s in final negotiations to star in New Regency’s untitled sci-fi movie from Andrew Niccol that used to be called I’m Mortal. He’s joining already-announced Justin Timberlake, Olivia Wilde, Amanda Seyfried and Cillian Murphy in a not-so-distant future in which the aging gene has been switched off.
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Having finally seen a few episode of Big Bang Theory, I am actually looking forward to seeing him in this.
7 GREATESR ACTOR-DIRECTOR COLLABORATIONS IN SCI-FI MOVIES AND TV
When the right actor and the right director get together, that’s when the magic happens. And luckily for us, it can happen more than once. These incredibly fruitful collaborations, which produced classic films such as Star Wars, Aliens, Serenity and Escape From New York, prove that, sometimes, two great tastes do taste great together.
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Did they miss any one of your faves?
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