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Release Date: June 14, 2013
Director: Zack Snyder
Written By: David S. Goyer
Cast: Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Henry Cavill, Kevin Costner, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe
Synopsis: In this new take on Superman’s origin story, young journalist Clark Kent/Kal-El (Henry Cavill) – who came to Earth as a child from Krypton – has trouble fitting in with his secret superpowers.

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Man of Steel re-imagines the legend of Superman in modern movie fashion – beginning with the story of his home planet, Krypton. We first witness the miraculous birth of Kal-El, son of prominent scientist Jor-El (Russell Crowe) and Lara Lor-Van (Ayelet Zurer), who happens to be the first naturally born Kryptonian (i.e., not genetically engineered) in a long time. Unfortunately, Kal’s birth comes just at the time when Krypton’s society is fracturing under the fear inspired by Jor-El’s prediction that the planet’s end is nigh.

An attempted military coup by General Zod (Michael Shannon) sets into motion a series of fateful events that see young Kal-El raised on Earth, where he is warned by his adoptive parents (Kevin Costner and Diane Lane) that his god-like alien powers will one day force him to make a choice about how he will change the world for better or worse. And when Zod and his minions suddenly appear in Earth’s orbit, ready to finish what was started on Krypton, Kal-El/Clark Kent realizes that his prophesied moment of choice has now arrived.

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Michael Shannon and Antje Traue in ‘Man of Steel’

As was hoped for by many, Man of Steel is a fine marriage between the rich character-centric storytelling of Dark Knight Trilogy architects Chris Nolan and David S. Goyer, and the signature visual talents of director Zack Snyder. The movie is very much “Superman Begins” in terms of its narrative approach and structure; however, in terms of themes and tone the film achieves its own identity as an insightful, reverent and effectively relatable Superman story. Are there liberties taken with certain details of the costume, origin story or character relationships? Of course. But then again; this is a fresh start to present a new Superman to a modern world – and in that, Man of Steel ultimately succeeds.

Visually, this is Snyder’s most impressive film yet – and it looks pretty stunning in 3D. Everything from Kryptonian culture and technology to the way Superman’s powers (and the impossible physics surrounding them) operate looks on point and believable (enough) in a real-world context. Add to that an abundance of visual iconography and head nods to both the comics and Richard Donner’s seminal films (in particular Superman II) and it’s clear that Man of Steel‘s director has true love, understanding and appreciation for the subject matter at hand.

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The action sequences – while at times a bit too CGI-heavy – are pretty epic in nature and certainly deliver on that perennial fanboy desire to see a film that depicts how super-powered beings would look and feel battling it out in a real-world setting. The wonderful pacing, editing, smart selection of scenes and abundance of action make this two-plus-hour ride go rather quickly; although by the climax, seeing flying men get punched through buildings over and over again might have you checking your watch. The score by Dark Knight composer Hans Zimmer is phenomenal and heightens the film every turn, while also establishing yet another new-age superhero theme to replace a classic favorite (John Williams’ Superman theme from the Donner films).

Script-wise, the story moves at a nonstop pace and should be wholly familiar to fans of Batman Begins in terms of structure; while comic book fans will also recognize several modern Superman stories that were mined for this film’s plot. A lengthy prologue introduces us to the world of Krypton in detailed and imaginative fashion, before we break into that signature Nolan non-linear scene montage format, covering Clark Kent’s life on Earth, past and present. The second act settles back into linear character and plot development (the re-introduction of General Zod), while the third act takes things into a full-on, over-the-top, super-powered showdown.

Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent in ‘Man of Steel’

Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent in ‘Man of Steel’

In terms of quality, the script definitely has strength and heart in terms of characterization and themes; Nolan and Goyer seem to understand Superman and his origins as well as they did Batman’s, as well as the similarities and the distinct differences between the two characters. The film contains some powerful moments and character beats – particularly where Clark Kent and his human parents are concerned.

At the same time, Man of Steel  is not without some noticeable narrative flaws. The script can be very “comic-bookish” in some scenes of dialogue, and the jumps in time and place during the first act are not as cohesive as they were in Batman Begins. Clever editing and speedy movement earlier on often comes at the price of effective narrative development. In short: if you were one of those people who were hung up on the question of how Bruce Wayne made it back to Gotham after escaping prison in Dark Knight Rises, you’ll find similar gripes with Man of Steel. Thankfully, the studio and filmmakers pull the same magic trick they did with the Batman franchise by casting an impressive array of highly-talented actors, who help elevate the weaker points of the script.

Amy Adams and Laurence Fishburne in ‘Man of Steel’

Amy Adams and Laurence Fishburne in ‘Man of Steel’

Henry Cavill’s role is pared-down and restrained much of the time, which, combined with the talent of his co-stars, helps to overcome any deficiencies in his performance and sell him as the new Superman for a new era. By the end, he locks down the role and franchise as his own. Amy Adams (even with her different hair color) and Laurence Fishburne (even with his different skin color) both nail their respective characters of Lois Lane and Perry White and have great chemistry with each other, and with  Cavill. Michael Shannon was the perfect left-field casting choice for General Zod, as he and Antje Traue (as Zod’s lieutenant, Faora-Ul) manage to ground all of the alien fantasy with no-nonsense performances that steer well clear of comic book villain campiness.

Meanwhile, Diane Lane, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe add Oscar-caliber gravitas and heart to the film as Superman’s two sets of parents. Crowe gets a substantial amount of screen time to really flesh-out the character of Jor-El like never before, while Lane and Costner totally carry the family drama subplot, which is the most moving and beautiful element of the story. Even military side-characters like Genearl Swanwick, Colonel Nathan Hardy and scientist Emil Hamilton get a boost from being portrayed by fine actors like Harry Lennix (The Matrix 2 & 3), Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU) and Richard Schiff (The West Wing), respectively.

Henry Cavill as Superman in ‘Man of Steel’

Henry Cavill as Superman in ‘Man of Steel’

On the whole, this movie is exactly the sort of experience that many Superman fans have been asking for, with the added benefit of having some smart storytellers providing fresh insight into why the character is one of the most iconic fictional creations out there. Like Nolan and Christian Bale’s first Batman outing, Snyder and Cavill’s first crack at Superman isn’t a homerun (we’ll call it a triple), but having succeeded in re-introducing the franchise to the masses; crafting a satisfying summer blockbuster; melding real-world sensibility with sci-fi fantasy (better than Green Lantern ever did) AND leaving the door open for an entire DC superhero universe to follow behind it, Man of Steel has more than earned its keep, and deserves to be THE iconic Superman movie for a whole new generation. (Sorry, Bryan Singer…)

…And, if the Batman franchise is anything to judge by, imperfections will be corrected and the best is still yet to come with the inevitable Man of Steel 2.

 

 

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Rating: 8.2/10
Director: Zack Snyder
Release Date: 14 June 2013
Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
Duration: 02:12:40 (End Credits Cut)
Stars: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon

Storyline: A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.

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Man Of steel main Production year: 2013
Countries: Rest of the world, USA
Genres: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Runtime: 143 mins
Directors: Zack Snyder
Cast: Amy Adams, Christopher Meloni, Diane Lane, Henry Cavill, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne, Michael Shannon,     Russell Crowe

Movie Plot : A young boy gets aware about his Supernatural Powers and he then learns about it that he is not from Earth. Then as a normal human being he starts a journey to find what his true motive that he is sent to earth and from where he has been came from. But soon he has to become the symbol of hope for earth and has to emerge to a Superman from just being a simple human being in order to save earth.

Review :  It must be the last act of superhero revisionism: abolishing the word “super”. In this new movie directed by Zack Snyder, and produced and co-written by Christopher Nolan, the letter on our hero’s chest doesn’t mean what we all thought it meant. This is no English S, but a Krypton symbol denoting hope. The word “Superman” is stutteringly or suspiciously pronounced, like “the bat man” in the Dark Knight movies. He is referred to by his earthling name, Clark, or his Krypton name, Kal-El, or even as the “alien”, by the frowning Pentagon brass. This is a 21st-century superhero who must steel himself against the agonies of being misunderstood by the people he is trying to help.

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Pictures shows Henry Cavill as Superman in “Man of Steel.

The origin myth is perhaps the most interesting part of any superhero story; for some, the only interesting part. Snyder has created a colossal, grandiose genesis for the Man of Steel, a titanic Moses-out-of-Nietzsche tale, a planet-clashing spectacle that is seen perpetually through a glowing, lens-flaring light: the opposite of the twilight of the gods – the daybreak of the titans. Download Man Of Steel where We go way, way back, substantially before Clark Kent coolly makes his career leap into journalism, joining the Daily Planet as a “stringer”, a move that incidentally shows that CV-faking must be one of his superpowers.

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Henry Cavill as Superman, left, and Amy Adams as Lois Lane in “Man of Steel.”

There are some striking ideas and images, and interesting casting for the chief role. To go with his gym-built, digitally assisted pecs, abs and thighs, Britain’s Henry Cavill has a thin, intriguingly pale and sensitive face, with a buttock-cleft on his nose, like George Osborne, a nose that will surely make him very identifiable up close in the Planet newsroom, chunky glasses or no chunky glasses. Cavill’s Clark has an fraught relationship with his tough foster-mom and troubled foster-dad: nice performances from Diane Lane and Kevin Costner. He faces off satisfyingly with his terrifying Krypton enemy, General Zod, of whom more in a moment. But this story doesn’t quite have the wit of Joss Whedon’s assembly of Avengers, nor the gothic seriousness of Nolan’s Dark Knight, and the all-important romantic spark with Lois Lane, played by Amy Adams, sadly isn’t there. There’s naturally a lot of swooping and flying: compulsory for 3D films.

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Michael Shannon as General Zod in “Man of Steel.”

Snyder and Nolan have modified the beginning of the story so that a primal clash has been designed into the narrative from the get-go. (There is, as yet, no sign of the famous adversary Lex Luthor, although keen-eyed observers will later note trucks on the streets of the Metropolis belonging to “Lexcorp”.) The planet Krypton is dying, because of environmental issues. Dignified soldier-statesman Jor-El rails against mismanagement of the planet’s resources; he is played by Russell Crowe with a posh British accent, presumably hailing from a part of the planet far distant from that of General Zod, played by Michael Shannon with an American accent. Zod uses the crisis to launch a failed mutiny against the planet’s revered leaders.

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Russell Crowe as Joe-El in “Man of Steel.”

At the same time, Jor-El and his grieving wife, Lara Lor-Van (Ayelet Zurer), launch baby Kal-El in a tiny escape capsule as the planet is consumed by fire. The child finally arrives on Earth to be named Clark Kent, and the rest is history, remembered and effectively narrated in flashback glimpses by traumatised, grownup Clark. But it isn’t long before Zod reappears and makes his way to Earth with intergalactic dominion on his mind. The Man of Steel decides his loyalties are with his new friends: the Earthlings, who are nonetheless suspicious. Shannon does what he does as Zod, and this role has reasserted this actor’s virtual monopoly on scary-with-a-touch-of-integrity roles. He certainly won’t be getting the Gene Kelly part in any upcoming remake of Singin’ in the Rain. Zod’s head-butting confrontations with Superman, and indeed Jor-El, always look plausible, and I liked Kal-El’s epiphany of horror as he realises what Zod’s intentions are: a Pol Pot-style heap of skulls.

Lois Lane is a pretty supercilious star journalist, on the trail of the Man of Steel ever since rumours of his adolescent feats of strength started to leak out, and prone to temper tantrums with her editor, Perry White, played by Laurence Fishburne. “I’m a Pulitzer prize-winning reporter!” she yelps. “Then act like it!” booms Perry. That, of course, is what Amy Adams thinks she’s doing, but her role is sketchily conceived in this fanboy creation.

Movie StillThis is a great, big, meaty, chewy superhero adventure, which broadly does what it sets out to do, though at excessive length. What I missed were the gentle, innocent pleasures of Superman’s day-to-day crimefighting existence, depicted in normal sunlight and in primary colours: the bullets exploding harmlessly on the chest, the casually lifted automobile, the look of horror on the faces of low-level bad guys, the awestruck Rockwell kid’s gratitude. Due to the cataclysmic battle in this film, much of the Man of Steel’s mystery and novelty have been used up. Subsequent adventures may lose altitude.

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New Superman Man Of Steel is the Super hit and more comments from Zack Snyder, writers David S. Goyer and Christopher Nolan are appearing online and making this movie a hit even before it has been released. Superman in Man of Steel is like, Batman in Batman Triology. And here is yet another featurette that is giving signs about the more action in the Smallville and more trouble for superman in them movie.

And now Snyder is convince about what is the thing that he was missing in all previous Superman movies.

This is featuring a look at the sets of Smallville and shows the interviews of casts from the movie and explains how badly they want everything to be real and has made their special efforts in making this movie as real as possible and they have made it possible for sure.

There are Different Trivia’s about Man Of Steel some of them are here :

  • This is the first Superman movie by Warner Bros. in which John Williams Superman Theme won’t be heard means that they have not included William’s theme in Man Of Steel like in all parts and also in Superman Returns too.

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  • There’s a scene in Man Of Steel where young Clark and Jonathan are shown at a science fair project..the school where science fair was organized is Weisinger Public School, this school has the memory of Superman comics editor Mort Weisinger who has invented so much science fiction elements to superman.

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  • Actually Henry Cavill was not sure about his body to be able to compatible with this Man Of Steel Movie‘s Superman but he starts training and he fits to be the best for this role as his body was perfect with the lycra Superman suit.

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  • The movie Man Of Steel Combines various comic versions of the Fortress of Solitude: an Arctic location with a key (the Silver Age comics (1958)), an artifact from previous Kryptonians (“Adventures of Superman” (1989)), and an abandoned ship (the New 52 comics (2011)) as the main fortress of solitude in the movie is a Kryptonian spacecraft secreted in the Arctic. Fortress Of Solitude
  • Production designer of the movie has shown Kryptonian technology as Geo technology which is much advanced then earth’s but less glossy and more organic.

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  • In Man Of Steel General Zod is wearing a space suit which is taken from Modern Age comics.

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Recently Water TowerMusic has released the official soundtrack of Man Of Steel Movie at soundcloud. Its just awesome and the movie fans are gone mad about its music that they even can’t wait to watch Man of steel movie till the date it is going to be released.

90 Seconds from each track has been shown in the soundcloud. Listen to new samples from Hans Zimmer’s powerful Man of Steel score on SoundCloud, courtesy of Watertower Music:

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Tracklisting:
1. Look To The Stars
2. Oil Rig
3. Sent Here For A Reason
4. DNA
5. Goodbye My Son
6. If You Love These People
7. Krypton’s Last
8. Terraforming
9. Tornado
10. You Die Or I Do
11. Launch
12. Ignition
13. I Will Find Him
14. This Is Clark Kent
15. I Have So Many Questions
16. Flight
17. What Are You Going To Do When You Are not Saving The World?

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Man Of Steel’s Ideal Of Hope trailer was revealed just yesterday and it has been recreated into Minecrafted form by Steelhouse Digital and it has crossed over 60k views also

Man Of Steel is scheduled to be released at movie theaters in the United States on June 14, 2013.

However there are so many minecraft recreations of the man of steel trailers but this the most amazing one as it is something special.

Releasing this summer superman Man of Steel, the critics are saying that this movie will break the past ever records of all movies and will be on the top of every superhero movie…but what is in it that most of the movies don’t have and what is the reason behind it that you must watch man of steel this summer. Here are some reasons to watch man of steel movie :

1. Lois Lane Just Looks Too Awesome.

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Yes, it is what we say folks she is just too awesome. She has now evolved with the time as the movie has evolved from Superman To Man Of Steel. The world simply won’t respond to a damsel in distress the same way anymore, and the post-feminist, post-Crisis version of Lois–the army brat who could probably take you in a fight–was arguably the best way to go. As the interviews from the cast of the movie are coming we can truly say that she is playing an important role in the movie action.

2. Too Much Action

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There’s too much action in the movie and it is shown in such a classic and amazing way that it is too much too handle even it is just the trailer that has more action than in all the previous movies…so how much will be in the whole movie. Past Superman movie were in a sense were made through limited ways like there were limited special effects and also the last one doesn’t get to the point where it has to be. But Man Of Steel doesn’t have such problem

3. Henry Cavill Looks Just So Awesome

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It is too much difficult to find a person that is just so much awesome and perfect to fit in the role of superman. His appearance and his scenes in the movie shown in trailer are just so intense that it makes him just look like that he is the superman in real and he is born to be the Man Of Steel.

4. Sci-Fi at its extreme

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What is interesting in Man Of Steel is that they just don’t let us hear the stories of Krypton, rather than that they showed us what was in krypton, it is a living planet in this movie and it is shown how it is destroyed but not much energy is spent on this story as it is in the past but superman is the present, to add it to more making it look real is the way sci fi has been put into it to an extreme way that it really looks like the planet of Superman.

5. Both of superman’s Dad are shown in this movie in a perfect relationship with him

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In Man Of Steel as both the world has been shown the krypton and the earth, Superman’s story starts with his first real father who loves him a lot and due to destoying of their planet he sent him to here. And here superman was adopted and is in well relationship with both of his dad.

 

Recently there have been many one-sheets online and now the promotional compaign for man of steel have come to the point where the promotional posters for characters of the movie are coming out. Recently poster of Superman himself, General Zod and superman’s dad Jor-El’s poster has been revealed take a good look at it by yourself.

However Superman’s dad Jor-El doesn’t have that much role in the movie although he is the one to advice his son, and also among those who disappear along with the other planet kryptonians. His power and impression in the movie is what has taken him to this image gallery.

Kal-El well known as Superman was grown up on earth by Jonathan (Kevin Costner) and Martha Kent (Diane Lane). They were unaware about his superpowers and well raised him into a very well being. He first wants to hide his powers but then he starts using them to serve people of the society and then chased by a news reporter Lois Lane who has heard the tales of his heroism.

But his sudden superhero appearance in the movie has taken the attention of General Zod, he is in search of Man of Steel and will kill him.