Based on Anthony Bruno's book The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold-Blooded Killer, this compelling thriller (opening May 3) offers a gritty and satisfying alternative to today's slickly-produced, big-budget studio films.
I feel old. Despite my Kryptonian physiology, times like this make me feel every one of my 75 years. Like President Obama said, it's been a tough week. It's like I'm trapped in a Bizarro world run by, well, Bizarro.
The trailer gives you a great idea of the scope of the film in terms of its action sequences, but you can also tell that this movie will be heavily focused on who Clark is as a character, and what his path to becoming Superman entails.
Next year is Superman's 75th anniversary and sees the release of a blockbuster film in a new franchise, it only makes sense for DC to be launching a new series with two of their most talented employees.
"Superman has now ditched the red underwear," Phillip Boutte, Man of Steel costume illustrator, recently said in an interview at Comic Con. This isn't exactly news, but why the film's creative crew ultimately decided why to make the change is.