Zack Snyder Claims The Open Pod In MAN OF STEEL Wasn't Hinting At SUPERGIRL

Zack Snyder Claims The Open Pod In MAN OF STEEL Wasn't Hinting At SUPERGIRL

Years after the release of Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder has revealed that the mysterious pod featured in the DC film was not teasing a future appearance from Supergirl. Hit the jump for more details.

A Supergirl film is officially in development at Warner Bros., and as a result of this news, many fans have begun to wonder if that means the mystery surrounding the open pod Clark Kent found in Man of Steel will be explored.

But in a surprising turn of events, director Zack Snyderhas revealed on his Vero account that the mysterious pod in the Kryptonian ship did not belong to the Girl of Steel. Instead, the filmmaker said, "the open pod is something more."

Snyder didn't elaborate on what he meant by "something more," but considering a lot of his plans for the DC cinematic universe are no longer in play, it's likely we'll never see what the director had in store for this Easter egg.

Still, his response is interesting, especially since the prequel comic for Man of Steel, which was initially touted as being canon, revealed that it was Kara Zor-El who used the pod centuries ago. 


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