New Superman ‘Man of Steel’ Film Trailer Released [Video]

The first full-length trailer for “Man of Steel” has been finally revealed to public.

Today has seen the news that the first full-length trailer for Zach Snyder’s much anticipated movie about Superman, Man of Steel, was released.

The well-made trailer of the latest preview for Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot makes everybody think of everything that was learned over the course of two and a half minutes.

“My father believed that if the world found out who I really was, they would reject me,” Cavill-as-Supes says at the crescendo of the trailer. “He was convinced that the world wasn’t ready. What do you think?”

“With our first look at the villain, an ethics lesson with Pa Kent, and one powerful superbeard, the newest “Man of Steel” trailer left us plenty of nerdiness to chew on until it hits theaters in June of next year,” MTV writes.

The movie, scheduled to hit theatres next year, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, recalls the oft-recounted origin story for the superhero.

“As the first teasers hinted at, however, this isn’t necessarily your pa’s Man of Steel: Snyder’s film appears to have the earthy look of a Terrence Malick feature mixed with the gravitas of Nolan’s well-regarded Batman trilogy,” says The Huffington Post.

Henry Cavill performing the leading role, presented in the trailer with various stages of facial-hair growth.

Kevin Costner and Diane Lane play the Kents, Russell Crowe is Superman’s alien father, Michael Shannon appears as General Zod and Amy Adams is Lois Lane.

All get glimpsed at in the just-released preview, which includes enough amount of money shots to be worthy of what fans hope is a franchise saving reboot.

‘Superman Returns,’ the last film about the superhero, has received negative reviews from both critics and audiences, despite earning nearly $400 million around the globe.

“The movie runs nearly half an hour longer than it should, with a new plot strand introduced in the third act that has questionable vitality in the presumed sequel,” complained one of the critics.

Steve Biodrowskiof ESplatter wrote: “Superman Returns feels eager to please, and it frequently succeeds, but despite its best intentions, it seldom soars to the height of 1978’s Superman: The Movie.”

“For all the mountains of kryptonite ranged against him, you never fear for Superman or Lois Lane, never experience anything more intense than the fret of mild peril,” commented on the latest Superman movie another critic.

However, there were those who liked the film. For example, Scott Huver of said: “Superman Returns is a great kick start to a potentially knockout new franchise, which ultimately leaves the audience, like the people of Metropolis when its greatest hero returns to the skies, brimming with hope.”

“Underneath its mechanical safety and mild-manners, this movie does have some heart and some muscle. You’ll come to like having it around, even if you thought you’d already moved on,” agreed Jonathan Kieferof Sacramento News & Review.

Brandon Fibbs added: “Superman Returns is a bombastic, rousing, explosive burst of summer fun and fantasy, enriched by its predecessors and rejuvenated by the new blood and slavish religious devotion of director Bryan Singer.”

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