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Warner Bros. Pictures has just released a new trailer for the upcoming rebooted Superman movie, Man of Steel.
You can watch the other trailers that we have for the movie on the Trailers & Videos page.
This trailer provides quite a bit more detail about the storyline and scenery from the movie. Amy Adams appears as Lois Lane briefly, but effectively, as she identifies the iconic logo on the superhero's chest. I grew up watching Superman on TV (both the Black & White and Color shows), and while I liked Superman Returns back in 2006 (especially Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor performance), it didn't do well enough to warrant any sequels. The original Superman movie came out in 1978 and by 1983, Superman III put the nail in Superman's coffin for quite some time. Here's hoping that Henry Cavill's turn in the suit is worthy of a new superhero franchise...
Man of Steel opens Friday, June 14th, 2013 -- just 58 days from today! Be sure to add the movie to your Favorite Movies list so you can stay updated on all the latest developments and get your tickets as soon as they are available!
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