MAN OF STEEL: Storyboard Artist Jay Oliva Video Interview

MAN OF STEEL: Storyboard Artist Jay Oliva Video Interview

Dark Knight Returns director Jay Oliva is also storyboard artist on Zack Snyder's Man of Steel. In this video interview, he teases fans on what they can expect from MOS and discusses the approach to Superman in Dark Knight Returns, Part 2.

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scruffylookingnerfherder - 9/22/2012, 6:51 AM
Can't wait.
JULEZ13 - 9/22/2012, 7:44 AM
Jollem - 9/22/2012, 8:01 AM
man of awesome
jimpinto24 - 9/22/2012, 9:52 AM
Man of Steel is going to be great!
Luminus - 9/22/2012, 11:28 AM
@ManOfSuperguy: +1
LP4 - 9/22/2012, 12:33 PM

I just wanna see the big guy throw a punch. As long as he throws one punch, I will throw a [frick]ing celebration. Because if there is one thing all the Superman films have lacked- it's a single bit of some [frick]ing action. Kinda sad it took this damn long though to get the big guy to fight.
INFO - 9/22/2012, 1:01 PM
This is Nolan's superman its his story and his vision and i think the reason he's not directing is because Wally's not doing cinematography any more.
Kong - 9/22/2012, 2:19 PM
Can't wait!
lokibane2012 - 9/22/2012, 2:58 PM
So, MOS is "very true to (Superman's) character with a new twist on it"

I hope that's what it is. I would be disappointed if they turned Superman into an angsty little wiener.
Emjeed - 9/22/2012, 3:02 PM
@ManOfSteel1013 ... kinda weird that you say that. Seeing as it IS his movie considering he wrote the story and is also one of the producers. Now that said.. is that a bad thing?
DioFoRio - 9/22/2012, 3:38 PM
^^^Ummm goyer wrote it with a re-write by one of the 300 screenwriters dude.
DioFoRio - 9/22/2012, 3:38 PM
And yes that would be a bad thing not everyone was crazy about his batman movies.
rbfn04 - 9/22/2012, 3:56 PM
Superman movies are to punching as Batman movies are to Bats being the greatest detective...
ShadowlordSavage - 9/22/2012, 4:10 PM
Okay, it's Nolan's and Goyer's story, but it's ultimately Goyer's script with rewrites from a Screenwriter of 300. In the end though it is Snyder's vision and direction. More than anything though it's more Snyder's movie than Nolan's, it's also more Goyer's movie than Nolan's. If you really followed this production so far, Christopher Nolan's input is only in terms of production and contribution to story with maybe some influence on the film's tone at best; everything else is from Snyder(mostly)and Goyer. To say that it's Nolan's film though is like saying Transformers is Steven Spielberg's film when all he really did was fund the films as executive producer.
Ichaos - 9/22/2012, 7:06 PM
@rbfbn04 At least in the first Burton Batman he had to use some detective skills figuring out how Joker is distributing his poison.

Still it would be nice to see Batman using detective skills at some point rather than just being a street brawler
Gottostophate - 9/23/2012, 12:51 AM
And yes that would be a bad thing not everyone was crazy about his batman movies.
Not everyone on the planet is going to like any movie. But take a look at the money his Batman movies made. Who cares what a little portions some fanboys online says.
rbfn04 - 9/23/2012, 11:45 AM
@Ichaos and on Nolan's movies he used a little bit too. But never "greatest detective around" levels of it.

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