SCOOP: Third MAN OF STEEL Trailer Confirmed For April

<font color=Red>SCOOP</font>: Third MAN OF STEEL Trailer Confirmed For April

The second trailer for Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel was met with a lot of praise, and left audiences wanting more. Now, a source has confirmed to me that we will in fact get another trailer in April, as well as be provided with some small details on advanced ticket sales.

The month of January was a big one for Man Of Steel. New images of Henry Cavill as Superman and Michael Shannon as General Zod were among the highlights. But there was also new shots of toys, magazine spreads, and even more photos. There was even a small rumbling that we might get another trailer for the film in April. I can confirm, via my source close to Warner Brothers, that the trailer will indeed be in April. As of right now it is said the trailer will hit early to mid-April, but it's not clear what movie it will be attached to.

As it was reported a couple months ago, Man Of Steel will be soaring into screens in IMAX 3D. So with that it mind, another tid-bit of information that was passed along my way was that the advanced tickets for the IMAX screenings will start in May. Not really a shocker in terms of the timing of when the tickets will go on sale since the film will be released a month later. As soon as I can lock down the exact date of the release, I'll pass the information on to you.

So there you have it! Trailer in early to mid-April, advanced tickets in May. An interesting thing to keep in mind is that this is the same source who provided me the info on the 3D conversion that came to be true, as well as Henry Cavill signing a hold clause in his contract for future Superman endeavors. Stark Industries were the first to report the trailer, I am merely confirming it for you. For the latest on all things Man Of Steel, make sure to check back here at CBM.

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