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After the release of Man of Steel, some fans griped about the massive amount of seemingly careless destruction in the finale when Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod (Michael Shannon) zoom around Metropolis, smashing into skyscraper after skyscraper. Show More Summary
Many Superman fans weren’t happy with Man of Steel, mostly due to the amount of destruction to the city of Metropolis as well as the countless innocent civilians who died as a result of being caught in the crossfire between Superman and Zod as they battled to the death. Show More Summary
The controversial battle of "Man of Steel" sets up new elements of "Batman v Superman" as Harley Quinn celebrates a birthday and Kevin Smith teases "Clerks 3."
Director Zack Snyder explains how necessary the end fight was for 'Man of Steel', and how it sets up 'Batman V Superman'.
The ending of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel has been heavily criticized for the sheer amount of destruction, something that fans have noted is out of character for Superman. Now, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Snyder has defended the destruction of Metropolis, and confirmed a theory that we’ve long entertained. Read more...
Infamous director Zack Snyder went even further in-depth while speaking to Entertainment Weekly about how he handles superhero films. Most notably is 2013’s most debated film, "Man of Steel." Many people loved the film, while others hated it. Show More Summary
So a couple years back there was this little Superman movie called Man of Steel you might have heard of it. There was a lot of hype. There was a lot of hope. In the end it just didn't work for a lot of people. While there were a number of problems, the the biggest issue for most was the ending. Show More Summary
We've known for some time that DC's upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice involves much more than just the Caped Crusader and the Man of Steel throwing down. It's also going to introduce other members of their impending movie universe. Show More Summary
Zack Snyder reveals how the concept for BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE began with a box of kryptonite.
Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel established the new vision of Superman that will play a big role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. While the upcoming film grew out of plans for a Man of Steel sequel, it sounds like the idea of bringing...Show More Summary
Henry Cavill returns to reprise his role of Superman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and spoke a little about what movie goers can expect from the Man of Steel in the Zack Snyder blockbuster. Not much is known about the role Superman will have in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Show More Summary
The animator reveals to CBR News that the controversial conclusion of "Man of Steel" mirrored his original plans for the "Superman: Doomsday."
Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may be mostly for the boys, but don't forget about Wonder Woman. The Amazonian warrior is making her debut in the Man of Steel follow-up, as played by Fast and Furious 6's Gal Gadot. Thanks...Show More Summary
Warner Bros knows Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has to kick off their shared universe of films in a big way. Much more than Man of Steel, the new installment will be as focused on world-building as telling a story....Show More Summary
The team of video editors and motion graphics designers from VideoLab created a great three-minute video that showcases what DC Comics and Zack Snyder‘s dark 2013 superhero film, Man of Steel, would have looked like with the natural color and brightness restored. Their short video gives the gritty film a more vibrant feel, much like […]
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Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel has drab desaturated colors, apparently in a misguided attempt to mimic Nolan’s Batman trilogy. VideoLab digitally altered the film to its original colors to see what it would look like.
The folks over at VideoLab on YouTube dared to wonder what Zack Snyder's Man of Steel would have looked like if it wasn't so... bleak. So, they decided to reintroduce vibrant colors into the film, and the resulting product actually looks pretty fantastic.
Though Zack Snyder's take on Superman in "Man of Steel" was just a bit too dark? This new video shows what it would've looked like in color.