Russel Crowe and Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire) allegedly will go toe-to-toe in Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot Man of Steel. Russel Crowe is playing Jor-El (Superman’s father) and Michael Shannon is playing Kryptonian villain General Zod. And apparently, Supermans dad smokes cigarettes. Crowe mature single senior dating sites saying Michael Shannon “is very hard to put down”. While the above picture looks pretty decent, I fear that the film most certainly will not be, seeing as that it is being directed by online dating jokes. Zack Snyder has indeed christian dating free, and is clearly out of his league here. Let’s however give the poor man the benefit of the doubt, and proceed with analyzing the Last Son of Krypton’s temperament.
Superman is the quintessential comic book hero and a dearly beloved cultural icon. Super-dependable, outstandingly dutiful, and extremely persevering, the Big Blue Boyscout is undoubtedly an Inspector Guardian. Characterized by his indestructible physicality and strict code of ethics, Superman knows that with great power comes great responsibility. Indeed Superman adheres to the idea that actions speak louder than words, and takes the responsibility of defending Earth and its inhabitants very seriously.
Man of Steel will reportedly NOT BE connected with a Justice League Universe, despite Warner Bros. saying that a JLA film is the studios top priority. Some ‘in the bizz’ of course say that this is because the studio thinks Snyder helming the project is a huge risk, after the god-awful job he did on Sucker Punch. Snyder, who has directed other comic-book adaptations like 300, is an idiot, and has an aggregate rottentomatoes score of 54%. Meaning that if directing movies is like taking a class, he failed. Clearly Warner Bros. figured out that they hired a moron to reboot the most iconic superhero of all time and tried to damage control by disconnecting the project from their future aspirations (a JLA film). Who knows, this imbecile could get REALLY lucky and turn out a DECENT film, in which case Warner Bros. would probably change their mind and use the film as solid footing for a JLA movie. Solid footing that they desperately need. Man of Steel‘s release date has been pushed back to Summer 2013.