"One day you're going to have to make a choice"
The highly anticipated Man of Steel is almost upon us and, in preparation, a brand new TV spot has been released. This time the focus is on Superman's enemies from Earth's own military to Kryptonian General Zod. We also hear from Superman's adopted father, Kevin Costner, and get a brief glimpse of Amy Adam's Lois Lane. Fans only have to wait a few more weeks now, with the movie to hit theaters June 14th. We definitely can't wait. Watch Trailer Now >> Posted 05.14.13 by reelz
Super hero fans were recently treated to a more detailed look at all new Man of Steel, a look which tugged heart strings and made us even more excited (if possible) for the movie's release in June. Now, in honor of this, one talented fan has combined the epic trailer with a montage of clips from Superman The Animated Series with amazing, spot-on results. Trust us, this clip is definitely worth a look. Get Clip Now>> Posted 04.23.13 by reelz
"Now Shall We Begin"
Prepare yourself for a summer of epic superhero movies with today's release of two intense trailers.
First Star Trek into Darkness gives us an intense few minutes showing Benedict Cumberbatch as a threatening, badass meany armed with an even bigger ship (whoa, Excelsior Class?) while Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana fight to save their lives, and the Enterprise. Get Star Trek into Darkness May 17th.
Second, the latest Man of Steel teaser, plays with our emotions in a big way beginning with Russell Crowe and Ayelet Zurer sending their baby away to escape their dying planet. Focusing on a coming-of-age Clark Kent the trailer builds up to give us a first look at Amy Adams' Lois Lane bantering with the hero. While this Man of Steel seemingly portrays a more emotional, damaged Superman than previous takes on the superhero, we can't wait for the outcome. Man of Steel is set to hit theaters June 14th. Watch the Epic Trailers >> Posted 04.17.13 by reelz
"You are not alone."
One of this summer's most anticipated superhero/ action flicks, Man of Steel, has already released several straightforward trailers and TV spots, but today the movie's marketing strategy took a very different twist. A static-filled and scrambled video has arrived from space has been posted on YouTube by General Zod. As it turns out, the Crypotnian General is none too pleased with Earth for sheltering Kal-el, and the alien, who has reportedly been going by the name Clark Kent, has only twenty-four hours to report to Zod or else there will be some rather serious consequences. Watch The Video >> Posted 04.15.13 by reelz
Last year's mega-hit The Avengers was, in some ways, the catalyst behind the spate of comic book movies created by Marvel Studios, who struck gold with 2008's Iron Man, which teased at a superhero team-up movie to come. After finding that success, Marvel followed by introducing more individual superheroes in 2008's The Incredible Hulk, 2010's Iron Man 2, and last year's Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, embarking on an unusual strategy of creating individual movies that also worked a little bit like sequels that fed into the story of The Avengers.
The Avengers 2 will arrive in 2015 and cap off a second phase of Marvel's "cinematic universe," and will face competition from what Warner Bros.and DC Entertainment hopes will be the start of their "cinematic universe," starting with 2015's Justice League. Gangster Squad screenwriter Will Beall has already been hired to write the screenplay for the movie which will follow (if recent rumors are true) an unsurprising lineup that includes Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Martian Manhunter. With the release dates being so close together, we wondered which team could take down the other, and, since there will never be a movie where the two teams face off, there's only one way to solve this hypothetical dilemma: the cybernetic walls of our Character Cage Match! check out the teams' strengths and weaknesses before weighing in on our poll >> Posted 01.10.13 by Ryan
"You will give the people an ideal to strive towards...you will help them accomplish wonders."
This has been an incredible year for sci-fi and fantasy fans alike. Blade Runner and Alien director Ridley Scott returned to sci-fi after a 30-year hiatus with the visually stunning and highly divisive Prometheus, while the superhero sub-genre of sci-fi continued its ascension, with The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises claiming the first and second spots on the list of the highest-grossing movies of the year. Fantasy fans had fewer options in 2012, but they flocked to theaters to see two Kristen Stewart-led movies — Snow White and the Huntsman and Breaking Dawn: Part 2 — and to return to J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth with Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The coming year in movies promises to be just as epic for genre fans, filled with dozens of big budget movies populated by superheroes, zombies, wizards, knights, robots and monsters. We don't want you to miss out on any of the wondrous adventures that await you next year, so we've compiled a list of the big ones, the must-see movies that fans simply can't stop talking, blogging, and tweeting about, the Top 10 Most Highly Anticipated Sci-Fi & Fantasy Movies of 2013. WHAT WONDERS AWAIT IN 2013? >> Posted 12.26.12 by BrentJS
It's becoming customary for comic book movie trailers to receive a fan-made, "sweded" version after release — i.e. recreations that use household- props and costumes as originally seen in 2008's Be Kind Rewind. Last month, Iron Man 3 became the latest movie to receive a sweded trailer, but when the second trailer for Man of Steel was released earlier this month, we figured it was only a matter of time before a fan decided to give it the sweded treatment, recreating the trailer shot-for-shot using only an iPhone and whatever they had at their disposal. watch the fan-made trailer >> Posted 12.26.12 by Ryan
Superman as a kid! Superman in handcuffs! General Zod! Lois! What's going to happen?
Last month, director Zack Snyder revealed that a "crazy" trailer for his upcoming Superman reboot, Man of Steel, was going to debut before screenings of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Looks like that moment has arrived a few days prior to The Hobbit's release as Warner Bros. have officially released the reboot's second trailer.the latest crazy trailers
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In the realm of comic books, most regard Superman is the ultimate superhero. So it makes sense Man of Steel would get not just one but two teaser trailers.
Debuting before The Dark Knight Rises were a pair of teaser trailers for Zack Snyder's Superman reboot, starring Henry Cavill as the Son of Krypton. While both 1-minute-38-second trailers have the same footage, they both have different voice-overs, one from Superman's Earthly father, Jonathan Kent, played by Kevin Costner, and one from his Kryptonian father, Jor-El, played by Russell Crowe (fun fact: both Oscar-winning actors have played Robin Hood). Both voice-overs speak of Clark Kent/Superman's destiny as a hero.
Here's Crowe's dialogue:
You will give the people an ideal to strive towards. They'll race behind you. They will stumble. They will fall. But in time, they will join you in sun. In time, you will help them accomplish wonders.
And Costner's dialogue:
You're not just anyone. One day, you're going to have to make a choice. You have to decide what kind of man who want to grow up to be. Whoever that man is, good character or bad, is going to change the world. watch the new teasers >> Posted 07.21.12 by Chris
Director Zack Snyder's Superman franchise reboot, Man of Steel, has had its own Facebook page since May of last year, but it's been a pretty barren page, with only a solo image of Henry Cavill as Superman to offer eager fans. Now, Warner Bros. has updated the page with a second image, a gritty new "S" logo, and it's stirred up a bit of controversy in the
nerd fan community because it differs considerably from the classic comic book "S" logo.
We think the highly-stylized new "S" symbol looks great — and makes sense in light of costume designer Michael Wilkinson's recent comments about the changes to Superman's costume for the movie stemming from the "neo-medieval" fashion prevalent on his home planet of Krypton — but don't take our word for it. Click the link below to see the new logo and decide for yourself. CHECK OUT THE NEW LOGO >> Posted 03.30.12 by BrentJS