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To put things mildly, Superman's cinematic career has not been the most ideal, especially since the early 80's.
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Bookmark this page because it's the definitive list and you're going to want another look before you see the movie again! Think you know Superman? Since Man of Steel came out this weekend, message boards on the Internet have been lighting up with claims that the story and references clearly follow one particular version of Superman, the candidates ... (more)
There has been some talk about the fact that Superman kills in this latest telling of his legend.
When Superman first showed his face to the American public in 1938, he wasn't the popular hero we know today.
Genre: Comic Book Sci-Fi Action Directed by: Zack Snyder Starring: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne Believe me, I am as surprised as anyone that I didn't hate Man of Steel .
As leader of Murder, Inc., Albert Anastasia was one of the most vicious and feared mob bosses of the twentieth century.
How times have changed. Superman is no longer in the title. The campy mild-mannered reporter is nowhere to be found.
Veteran British actor Terence Stamp is still kicking himself after snubbing the chance to star in the Oscar-winning 1967 movie musical Camelot .
The Regal Entertainment Group should be very proud of the Customer Service and the excellent quality of the Majestic Stadium number 1862 which presented the IMAX showing of Man of Steel to an audience that consisted of many fathers being treated to the film by their wives and children for Father's Day.
Faster than a speeding bullet... check. More powerful than a locomotive... check.
Like millions of other people all over the world this weekend, Mike Fahey and I both saw Man of Steel .
That was a pretty super weekend for Superman. Man of Steel opened in theaters, and took in $125 million in its first few days of business.
The next storm will be named Barry; as storms go, I'm hoping it'll be more a mild mannered Clark Kent than Superman, the man of steel.