RUMOR: The Man Of Steel Auditions Underway With Jonathan Nolan Directing

RUMOR: The Man Of Steel Auditions Underway With Jonathan Nolan Directing

RUMOR: <i>The Man Of Steel</i> Auditions Underway With Jonathan Nolan Directing

According GeekTyrant, Warner Bros has selected Chris Nolan's brother to direct Superman reboot, plus one of the guys who have auditioned. Check it Out!



The last we heard from The Man Of Steel was that Chris Columbus would be directing, and fortunately that rumor was debunked. And we know that The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan will be producing the project, with an "exciting" story ready for development.

Apparently GeekTyrant has received info on whose directing the Superman reboot, and one of the men who auditioned.

"According to our sources that reside on the WB studio lot that have informed us that Christopher Nolan's brother Jonathan is currently the unannounced director of the Superman reboot film. Word on the lot is that he is attached to direct the film and has been on the studio lot a lot these days working on pre-development stuff."

With this project giving Jonathan Nolan's first seat in the director's chair, GeekTyrant includes that "it was said at the time that a key reason behind Chris Nolan's producing role is to help out his brother, teaching & guiding him along the way.

GT also received word from the same sources that auditions for the "Clark Kent" role are currently taking place. And that NBC TV show Chuck star, Zachery Levi is one of many who have already auditioned.

Production on The Man Of Steel should begin in time for a Christmas 2012 release. And hopefully some confirmation, or any unknown info on the project would be revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con, but it's highly doubted.

Though it sounds plausible, you can obviously treat this has a rumor for now. But what are thoughts on Jonathan Nolan directing and Zachery playing The Last Son of Krypton?
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