New Man Of Steel Pics: Zack Snyder Compares Batman And Superman
We’re just a few months away from Man of Steel landing in theaters. The movie has been very secretive up to this point, but we’re finally starting to get some information out of the cast and crew as well as several pics from the film. Last week we saw Total Film‘s spectacular cover for their Superman-centric issue, and now some of the good stuff on the inside has started to surface. You can check out the scans below, but there’s also a few interesting quotes from director Zack Snyder starting to make the rounds.
Henry Cavill has said numerous times that this version is Superman for a modern age and that they are going to do something we’ve never seen before with the film. Snyder reflects that sentiment and discusses how he went about trying to fix things with Man of Steel:
Superman has been broken for a while. It’s important that we get him fixed and get him right. We’ve tried to make a Superman movie where he does stuff and you go, ‘Yeah, if I was Superman, that’s what I’d do. Even though he’s an alien, he’s more relatable, more human.
The director also compared Man of Steel with that other DC character who recently wrapped up his trilogy: The Batman films are a lot more nihilistic; Superman has always been a story about hope.
The scans come courtesy of the Man of Steel Facebook fanpage. You can check out their gallery and see if you can make any more quotes out by clicking here. What do you think of Snyder’s comments about fixing Superman? Do you agree with his analysis of Batman and Superman? Man of Steel hits theaters June 14.
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