I’ll admit, when I first saw the trailer for Man of Steel, I wasn’t super excited. But with each subsequent trailer, I’ve grown more and more excited about Man of Steel. This latest trailer is no exception.
This one focuses on General Zod (Michael Shannon) features prominently, and we get a sense of Supe’s (Henry Cavill) many struggles.
The final “Man of Steel” trailer was released. It gives us a longer glimpse at Jor-El and his hopes and dreams for his son, Kal-El/Clark/Superman. We also get more of a feel for Jonathan Kent, Lois Lane, and even a bit more of General Zod. Check it out.
While I thought the previous trailers had glimpses of greatness, I think this trailer is a giant leap forward. I like the themes displayed, the heart. I’m finally getting excited, even if Batman is the best.
Okay, okay, I swear, this won’t become a movie blog–you should look to my brother-in-law’s blog, The Ansible Network for that. He’s far more plugged in to the industry, and his commentary is sharper–but I couldn’t resist posting the new Man of Steel trailer. Because holy cow does Zac Snyder’s take on Superman look good (how’s that for sharp commentary?)
It looks great, doesn’t it? Superman reluctant to embrace his abilities? Even Pa Kent is unsure about what to do with them. It seems like a lot of the focus will not only be on Superman coming to terms with his powers, but also humanity responding to Supes and Zod. You did catch the glimpse of Zod, right? And Jor-El?
Thanks to a heads up by tor.com, the full trailer of “Man of Steel” can be seen.
I don’t think this was supposed to go beyond Comic Con, and it certainly was NOT the trailer I saw before “The Dark Knight Rises.” Yes, the quality is bad, and yes, it will be taken down shortly, but if you see it before it does, it’s a much more complete, more interesting trailer. This one includes Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe, and Amy Adams. It’s not just Deadliest Catch with Supes, like the one I saw before TDKR, which was meh, in my opinion. This one is far more compelling. It actually makes me want to go see the movie. So why isn’t it in theaters now? Strange.