Tim Daly Shares Thoughts On Superman Reboot Man Of Steel
Follow the jump to view thoughts of the voice actor behind the animated Superman series, Tim Daly, on Zack Snyder's movie reboot, Man Of Steel.
Tim Daly, highly regarded by many to be the epitome of Supermen has finally given his thoughts on the upcoming Snyder Superman reboot!
Growing up in the 90's...this was my Superman. Tim Daly proved you can portray a tough/emotional/masculine Superman all in one. Which is something I feel a lot of the other 'Supermen' kind of failed at. But anyway here are his thoughts-
"Actor Tim Daly, who provided the voice for the Man of Steel on "Superman: The Animated Series", recently spoke with E! Online about Zack Snyder's upcoming reboot, "Man of Steel" and stated that he doesn't exactly have high hopes for the film.
"All these superhero movies seem exactly the same to me," said Daly. "I keep wanting to be surprised, but I'm not. It seems like [people] who went to college to learn to read pie charts are making these movies."
Daly joked that he would like to see a throwback to the 1950s TV series "The Adventures of Superman" starring George Reeves. "I would be happy if they had some guy standing around in tights and wearing a girdle... that would be fun."
Now while I don't completely agree with his negativity regarding the reboot...I sure hope Snyder will prove him and a lot of other doubters wrong. Now where I DO agree with him is how he felt about the people who have been making the Superman films and CBMs in general. I agree with him. Instead of getting "people who read pie charts" to make these films, they need to get a real fanboy to make one of these movies. Snyder MIGHT just be the fanboy we've all been waiting for to make a Superman film...whether we know it...or not. =D
~Man of Steel" begins filming in Plano, IL in August and is expected to debut in theaters during the 2012 Christmas season.
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