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Watch: Man of Steel Trailer (Superman Movie 2013)

Lois Lane and Superman in Superman Returns (2006).
Lois Lane and Superman in Superman Returns (2006). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Have you had fun watching The Dark Knight Rises? Well, next summer, Dark Knight Director Christopher Nolan will bring to you another movie version of a popular DC Comics character: Superman in the movie entitled Man of Steel.

Darker Story of Superman
Given Nolan's style in his highly successful Dark Knight series, it is no surprise that this new movie will present Superman's story in a darker, more serious theme.

Superman is one of the most celebrated comic character of all time and children from all generation have heard of him from one time or another. Several movies have been made about him, starting as early as 1951 with the movie Superman and the Mole Men. Actor Christopher Reeve has been the most popular Superman figure in history as he starred the role in four consecutive Superman movies from 1978 (Superman) to 1987 (Superman IV). The last Superman movie was in 2006 with Superman Returns.


Man of Steel Trailer is Out
Personally, I am very excited to see the next Superman movie. I have high regards to Christopher Nolan based on his previous movies namely the Dark Knight Series and Inception. The movie will be shown in June 2013 and will star Henry Cavill as Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman), Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent (Clark's adoptive father) and Russel Crowe as Jor-El (Superman's real father from planet Krypton).

In the meantime, here are the newly released teaser trailersof the movie Man of Steel:



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