By Vamien McKalin | Jul 19, 2012 11:02 AM EDT
Comic-Con has kicked off successfully for another year and just like the others, Comic-Con 2012 is filled with trailers from video games right down to movies. One of the big reveals at this year's Comic-Con, is the new Superman movie, the one that has the weight on its shoulders to save the franchise, and to bring forth a possible Justice League movie in the near future.
The trailer shown seems to suggest it is following Chris Nolan's Batman to be grittier, making it much more different from Superman films of the past. Unlike previous films, you do not get the feeling here of a Superman who acts as if he is all innocent like a person who was trapped in a bubble all their lives. The last Superman movie had the Man of Steel uttering cheesy lines about how much he doesn't tell lies and all that wobble hobble nonsense.
In the trailer, we see flashes of Smallville and Clark with a red cape on as a child playing. Other scenes had Clark talking to Jor-El, Clark as the Superman on ground and while in flight, and it looks awesome. There was also a part where Superman was sent crashing into a bank; this is probably an epic fight with General Zod or one of his henchmen.
One strange scene from the trailer had Superman in handcuffs being led somewhere by a security force. This scene could be depicting that Clark might have to fight to gain the trust from the people of Metropolis and the world.
One thing is certain, the Man of Steel movie is turning out to be something that is infused with ideas from Christopher Nolan's Batman with all the depression stuff due to being afraid of being an outcast if people know that special secret.
We found the blurry footage completely amazing. Well acted, beautifully shot, great dialogue, great drama and character conflict that seem to drive an actual story rather than setting a film up for action set pieces. The score is from a previous Zimmer film, and if this is any director for his new take for this film, we are up for something big here.
Check the trailer below:
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