The LA Times has some new quotes from Henry and the director and producers of Man of Steel. We admit when director Zack Snyder talked developing the character, we giggled a little:
“We tried not to make him so predictably morally black and white,” Zack Snyder added. “We gave him some shades of gray. His inherent goodness is still there, and if you really think about it, you still want him to be right and to make the right choices and to do the right thing. I think that we all hope for that in ourselves, and I think that’s what always has made him a very interesting character. He’s a Christlike figure. There’s no two ways about it.”
Yeah, yeah, we know FSoG doesn't belong in this world, moving on..
Henry described what kind of story Man of Steel will try to convey to moviegoers:
“It very much is a story of hope,” (..) “Hope is strength and victory against adversity, or at least the hope of victory against adversity, and that is what Superman represents.”
Man of Steel screenwriter David S. Goyer, was bombarded with Justice League questions during a Reddit AMA today. He skirted most of them, but eventually he did answer what it will take to move ahead with the project:
“In order for a Justice League film to happen, MOS has to be successful. That’s up to you guys and about 80 million other people. ; )”
Comicbook.com has more details.
As we told you, Walmart has announced a big partnership with Warner Bros. ahead of the Man of Steel release. It includes an app that allows users to unlock exclusive content, and also take pictures with Superman. You can see a cool preview here. via @Comicbooknerd.
Finally, Film Music Reporter has posted the track list for the Man of Steel score, but we warn you it's kind of spoilerish. Check it out now!
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