David S. Goyer Reveals Why MAN OF STEEL Wasn't Called Superman

David S. Goyer Reveals Why MAN OF STEEL Wasn't Called Superman

In a podcast interview with Empire Online, Man Of Steel writer David S. Goyer commented on the decision to call the movie Man Of Steel instead of Superman. Read on to find out!



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“I would say that the marketing began early on in that we decided not to call it Superman, that was very deliberate.”

“That was Chris [Nolan] and I, Man Of Steel, and Warner Bros. said, ‘Why?” And we started talking about it, and we said, ‘We want a line of demarcation in the sand between the old and the new.’ We always knew we would be using the Superman glyph or the shield as we call it. But Man Of Steel was also supposed to represent our take, which was he’s a man, but he’s not made of flesh and blood, metaphorically he’s a man of steel. So that was sort of like the whole thing wrapped up in a nutshell.”



Man of Steel follows the Last Son of Krypton on his epic journey to become mankind's shinning beacon of hope for a brighter future. With the beliefs and values instilled by his adoptive parents Jonathan (Kevin Costner) and Martha (Diane Lane) Kent, a young Clark (Henry Cavill) sets out to find his place in the world. But when the nefarious General Zodd (Michael Shannon) arrives on Earth, Clark will have to choose between being a normal human or Kal-el,son of Jor-El (Russell Crowe) and humanity's greatest protector and champion. Filmed in IMAX and shot in Vancouver, Chicago and Plano, Illinois, Man of Steel will be released on June 14, 2013 by Warner Bros. Directed by Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen) with a screenplay by David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) the Christopher Nolan (Batman Begins, Inception) produced feature film will surely be the summer blockbuster of 2013.




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