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    The Problem With ‘Man of Steel’: Where Does It Go From Here?

    Is there a more loaded and fractious divide on a tentpole this year than Warner Bros. “Man Of Steel”? Yes, it made a ton at the box-office (though it was only the 15th biggest opening of all time, well below “Iron Man 3”), but audiences and critics have been heavily divided. One could argue that the...

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    David Goyer Reveals What Character DC Comics Blocked From 'Man Of Steel,' Early Draft Details & More

    Well, a week hasn't even passed from "Man Of Steel" hitting theaters, and the movie continues to be broken down and studied over. We've already gone into our Best & Worst Of 'Man of Steel', and lots more information has arrived about the approach to the movie from Christopher Nolan's initial resista...

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    David Goyer Says Warner Strategy Will Go In "Opposite Direction" Of Marvel, 'Justice League' To Launch Spin-Off Films

    With its record-breaking haul over the weekend, we’re not likely going to stop hearing about the “Man Of Steel” sequel or Warner Bros’ plans for the DC cinematic universe. As part of the reboot’s victory lap, writer David S. Goyer stopped by for a chat with Empire to clarify where things stand with ...

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    The Best & Worst Of 'Man of Steel'

    If you listen to the internet -- and that’s always a precarious thing to do -- Warner Bros. “Man Of Steel” is either the worst movie of all time or the best movie of all time and of course, nothing in between (and lord there’s been some kicking and screaming by people who disagree with one another)....

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    'Man Of Steel' Writer David Goyer Talks Superheros & How World May React To Superman In Next Films

    With "Man Of Steel" now in theaters, the weekend will find everyone discussing Zack Snyder's job on the Superman reboot, which even on amongst the Playlist stuff has caused a wide range of reactions. But the one thing we can mostly all agree on is that while the execution may rankle some, the ideas ...

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    Man of Steel

    If casting were all it took to make a successful movie, "Man of Steel" would be a slam-dunk.

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    'Man of Steel': Superguy For Our Times

    If casting really were everything, Man of Steel would be phenomenal: Henry Cavill soars away with the title Best Looking Superman Ever; Russell Crowe brings emotional depth to the role of his father, Jor-El; Michael Shannon glowers as Jor-El's power-hungry nemesis, General Zod, yet makes us see t...

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    David S. Goyer Says 'Man Of Steel' Teases Justice League Founder Cyborg

    "The plan is for a universe that will allow for other DC characters,” Warner Bros. honcho Jeff Robinov recently said about the launch of "Man Of Steel." And while "Justice League" doesn't look like it'll happen until after the now fast-tracked "Man Of Steel" sequel. But that doesn't mean there won't...

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    'Man Of Steel' Sequel On Fast Track With Zack Snyder & David Goyer Returning To Direct & Write

    How can you tell when a studio is feeling confident? Well, with reviews for "Man Of Steel" officially landing in just a couple of hours (ours too), it looks like a follow-up is not only on deck, but coming faster than... well, you know...

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