The next Superhero film out this summer following the already wildly popular Marvel film, Iron Man 3, is Man of Steel. The re-imagining of Superman by Warner Brothers and director Zack Snyder is sure to make a pile of money bigger than we can even imagine but the fans of the character are craving for more information from the film. Thankfully, we have some. A new banner poster and a piece of music from the score of the film have been released.
The poster is not your regular sized one. It is a massive banner poster which, as the other previous posters for Man of Steel, has lens flares (akin to JJ Abrams) and focuses on Superman himself flying up toward the sky. It is a very cool and minimalist poster. See it below:
In addition to the lovely poster, Warner Brothers music company, Water Tower Music, have posted our first true hint part from trailers at the the way the music will sound. It was posted 4 days ago on the website SoundCloud and currently has over 100,000 views. There is obvious connections to be drawn between this and the John Williams music of old. The preview starts out with a moving introduction then into more of the loud, ear bleeding music that we now come to associate with Hans Zimmer, the composer of Man of Steel’s soundtrack. Despite this, I still find myself listening to it over and over again. Check it out here.
Man of Steel is set for release on 14th of June 2013, so just over a month away! It features Henry Cavill as the protagonist who faces up against Zod, played by Michael Shannon. Man of Steel also features other famous actors such as Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Kevin Costner as Johnathon Kent and Amy Adams as Superman’s ever present love, Lois Lane.