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Original General Zod Terence Stamp talks about why 'Man of Steel' made him 'sad' and discusses removal of Richard Donner and Marlon Brando on 'Superman II'

Critics and fans have been divided about Man Of Steel. But one person in particular was not too happy when he heard about the new Superman reboot: the man who originally played General Zod in Superman and Superman II, Terence Stamp. Stamp stopped by the studio of Entertainment Weekly Radio (channel 105 on SiriusXM) to talk about his new movie Unfinished Song (which opens this weekend), and we asked him for his take on the new Superman film, which features Michael Shannon now playing intergalactic villain General Zod.

“When I heard they were remaking it, or they were doing a version of it, I was kind of sad in a way,” said Stamp. “Because it was the benchmark for all of these comic book movies. There’s never been anything quite as good as those Dick Donner movies. And since then, big movies have become computer generated. They’ve become unemotional, and so I was sad. I thought it would be diluted, in other words. And that it would be a personal dilution because it was such an incredible moment for me to come back, and to come back and play my first comic book villain. I was sad, but the truth is, I’m sure it’s vastly different…. But, hey, you know, they wanted to pull on the Kryptonite boots? Good luck to them. They’re big!” READ FULL STORY

Christian Bale will not be in 'Justice League,' insists 'Dark Knight' and 'Man of Steel' writer

It’s no secret that Warner Bros. hopes that Man of Steel will lead into a whole shared-universe of DC superhero movies, culminating in a mega-spinoff team-up Justice League film. It’s also no secret that Warner Bros. wants that Justice League movie to feature Batman, by far the most popular superhero in the DC lineup thanks to the Christopher Nolan trilogy. Much has been speculated about whether Justice League would tie into the Dark Knight films — which, after all, were incredibly popular.

'Man of Steel' premiere: Watch live stream of red carpet tonight -- VIDEO

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a live stream of the Man of Steel red carpet.

Superman returns (again) tonight with the official New York premiere. Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe, director Zack Snyder, producer Christopher Nolan and more are all expected to attend. Fans can submit questions to the stars via Twitter using the hashtags #manofsteel or #manofsteelpremiere, or just sit back and watch the arrivals and interviews.

The pre-show will begin streaming at 5:30 p.m. ET with the official red carpet happening from 6:00pm – 7:00pm. Check it out then below: READ FULL STORY

'Man of Steel' behind-the-scenes video features a look at the action scenes


There’s a new behind-the-scenes video for Man of Steel that features a ton of cool footage from the movie, including a few action scenes featuring the Last Son of Krypton facing off against some bad guys. And just about everyone involved in the making of the Superman reboot, including writer-producer David Goyer and director Zack Snyder, appears. Check out the video below: READ FULL STORY

'Man of Steel' trailer: Oh my Zod! -- VIDEO

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… another new trailer for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, which combines this staticky message from General Zod with the darker tone, battle scenes, and shots of Henry Cavill’s Bearded Super-Fisherman we’ve seen in other spots. All of it, naturally, is set to Hans Zimmer’s pounding score. The fate of our planet rests on you watching this video:


'Man of Steel': The four 'Superman' comics that inspired Henry Cavill

Henry Cavill had nearly 75 years of Superman comics to consider before putting on the red cape, but four books in particular from the character’s recent history helped him shape Man of Steel. READ FULL STORY

'Man of Steel' trailer: Five mysteries from the new footage explained

Faster than a speeding bullet?

That pretty much sums up a few of the new images we see in the latest Man of Steel trailer. Some of the scenes are impossible to figure out without a bit more context, but Entertainment Weekly has some clues that might help explain a few of the more inexplicable shots.

A close study also reveals that director Zack Snyder has slipped in a reference to another major Superman villain.

Here’s a deeper look at what’s hidden in the trailer: READ FULL STORY

'Man of Steel' trailer deep dive: Rebuilding Superman with fear and trembling


Man of Steel won’t be hurting for an audience when the latest cinematic incarnation of Superman swoops into theaters next summer. The casting of Henry Cavill (The Tudors, The Immortals) has been met with great enthusiasm from fanboys, media, and pretty much everyone with working eyeballs. The supporting players ooze quality and clout: Amy Adams, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Michael Shannon, Laurence Fishburne. That’s an all-star team-up of acting Avengers right there. Behind the camera, a marketable, geek-cool, movie-smart brain trust: producer Christopher Nolan, screenwriter David Goyer, director Zack Snyder. With talent like this above and below the line, there’s little doubt people will be buying tickets…

But will they buy Superman himself?


New 'Man of Steel' poster reveals handcuffs?

The man who fights for truth, justice, and the American way — a criminal? That’s the provocative suggestion in the newest poster for Man of Steel, which hit the web on Monday. It features Henry Cavill as Superman, flanked by U.S. soldiers, his wrists bound together in handcuffs that you know he could accidentally snap in half if he so much as got the hiccups. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY

Warner Bros. defeats heirs of 'Superman' co-creator in latest legal battle


Almost 75 years after Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster created Superman, the battle for ownership of the Last Son of Krypton has become an expensive and much-disputed industry unto itself. Four years ago, Siegel’s heirs won a major victory when a judge granted them half of the Superman copyright, at least regarding how Superman appeared in Action Comics #1. As reported by the LA Times, however, Shuster’s heirs have not been so lucky: Yesterday, a federal judge ruled that the family of the co-creator could not reclaim a similar 50% stake in the copyright. READ FULL STORY

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