Man of Steel

A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.

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Film Cast:

  • Clark Kent / Superman / Kal-El: Henry Cavill
  • Lois Lane: Amy Adams
  • General Zod: Michael Shannon
  • Martha Kent: Diane Lane
  • Jor-El: Russell Crowe
  • Jonathan Kent: Kevin Costner
  • Perry White: Laurence Fishburne
  • Colonel Nathan Hardy: Christopher Meloni
  • Faora-Ul: Antje Traue
  • General Calvin Swanwick: Harry Lennix
  • Dr. Emil Hamilton: Richard Schiff
  • Lara Lor-Van: Ayelet Zurer
  • Clark Kent at 13: Dylan Sprayberry
  • Clark Kent (9 Years): Cooper Timberline
  • Steve Lombard: Michael Kelly
  • Tor-An: Richard Cetrone
  • Jax-Ur: Mackenzie Gray
  • Lor-Em: Julian Richings
  • Ro-Zar: Mary Black
  • Car-Vex: Samantha Win
  • Jenny Jurwich: Rebecca Buller
  • Major Carrie Farris: Christina Wren
  • Major Laramore: David Lewis
  • Emerson: Tahmoh Penikett
  • Heraldson: Doug Abrahams
  • Byrne: Brad Kelly
  • Northcorn Threat Analyst: David Paetkau
  • Northcorn Threat Analyst: Elizabeth Thai
  • Northcorn Threat Analyst: Ian Rozylo
  • Officer Sekowsky: Alessandro Juliani
  • Canadian Airman: Kwesi Ameyaw
  • Canadian Airman: Mike Dopud
  • Teenage Pete Ross: Jack Foley
  • Lana Lang: Jadin Gould
  • Whitney Fordman: Robert Gerdisch
  • Bus Boy: Ryan Mitchell
  • Bus Girl: Alexa Gengelbach
  • Bus Girl: Stephanie Kraft Song
  • Bus Girl: Caroline Thomas
  • Father Leone: Coburn Goss
  • Ms. Rampling: Lesley Bevan
  • Glen Woodburn: Chad Krowchuk
  • Ludlow: Ian Tracey
  • Chrissy – Waitress: Carmen Lavigne
  • Weaver: Howard Siegel
  • Helen Ross: Heidi Kettering
  • Student: Justin Butler
  • Student: Jacqueline Scislowski
  • Student: Danny Coonley
  • Student: Sally Elling
  • Pete Ross: Joseph Cranford
  • Roughneck: Clint Carleton
  • Roughneck: Mark Gibbon
  • A-10 Pilot: Stuart Ambrose
  • A-10 Pilot: Tom Nagel
  • F-35 Pilot: Jackson Berlin
  • F-35 Pilot: George Canyon
  • Little Bird Gunship Pilot: Kyle Riefsnyder
  • Communications Officer: Aaron Smolinski
  • Kelor (voice): Carla Gugino
  • Ace O’ Clubs Bartender: Bruce Bohne
  • Ken Braverman: Rowen Kahn
  • News Show Host: Robert Moloney
  • Bar Buddy: Sean Campbell
  • Bar Buddy: Aaron Pearl
  • Young Mother: Rebecca Spence
  • Metropolis Policeman: Joe Minoso
  • Train Station Family (Father): Brian King
  • Train Station Family (Daughter): Madison Moran
  • Train Station Family (Son): Gabe Darley
  • Train Station Family (Mother): Bridgett Newton
  • Dev-Em: Revard Dufresne
  • Nadira: Apollonia Vanova
  • FBI Agent: Dan Aho
  • FBI Agent: Ronald W. Gibbs
  • Sergeant Vance: Chris Palermo
  • Smallville Gas Station Attendant: Edmundo Raul Sanchez
  • Council Member: Nicholas W. von Zill
  • Singer at Cassidy’s: Allison Crowe
  • Coastal Villager: Nick Touchie
  • Coastal Villager: Eileen Touchie
  • Tractor Repair Shop Owner: Malcolm Scott
  • Kelor (uncredited): Rondel Reynoldson
  • Cop (uncredited): Johnny Otto

Film Crew:

  • Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer
  • Producer: Charles Roven
  • In Memory Of: Lloyd Phillips
  • Story: Christopher Nolan
  • Producer: Emma Thomas
  • Production Design: Alex McDowell
  • Story: David S. Goyer
  • Casting: Lora Kennedy
  • Executive Producer: Jon Peters
  • Costume Design: Michael Wilkinson
  • Set Decoration: Anne Kuljian
  • Editor: David Brenner
  • Costume Design: James Acheson
  • Art Direction: Kim Sinclair
  • Director: Zack Snyder
  • Casting: Kristy Carlson
  • Characters: Jerry Siegel
  • Characters: Joe Shuster
  • Art Direction: Helen Jarvis
  • Executive Producer: Thomas Tull
  • Additional Music: Junkie XL
  • Stunts: Krista Bell
  • Art Direction: Chris Farmer
  • Art Direction: Dan Hermansen
  • Orchestrator: Kevin Kaska
  • Co-Producer: Wesley Coller
  • Producer: Deborah Snyder
  • Art Direction: Craig Jackson
  • Storyboard: Jay Oliva
  • Assistant Art Director: Chris Beach
  • Director of Photography: Amir Mokri
  • Art Direction: Vlad Bina
  • Art Direction: Aaron Haye
  • Hairstylist: Diana Acrey
  • Hair Setup: Anji Bemben
  • Hair Setup: John JayBee Bivins
  • Stunt Coordinator: Tim Rigby
  • Stunts: Wayne Dalglish
  • Stunts: Nancy McCrumb
  • Visual Effects: Anthony Di Ninno
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Allen Hall
  • Stunt Coordinator: Damon Caro
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Dan Lemmon
  • Still Photographer: Clay Enos
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: John ‘D.J.’ Des Jardin
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: David Wallace Allen
  • Associate Producer: Curt Kanemoto
  • Special Effects: Dan Youngs
  • Compositors: Elizabeth McClurg
  • Casting: Claire Simon
  • Makeup Artist: Veronica Lorenz
  • Stunts: Brian Avery
  • Assistant Editor: Cassie Dixon
  • Assistant Editor: Warren Paeff
  • Assistant Editor: Carlos Castillon
  • Visual Effects Assistant Editor: Britni Ziegler Peters
  • Post Production Assistant: Brady Endres
  • Layout: Carolina Jiménez
  • Compositing Artist: Adrien Flanquart

Movie Reviews:

  • KCruz88: Overall this movie is great! It has flaws but it still delivered. For instance, they didn’t really explore the loving side of Superman that is the reason for saving humans. But i get it that this could just be a different interpretation of his motives. The relationship between Clark and Lois was almost spontaneous and didn’t really develop. Not to mention there was so much action! Sure this is Superman and he deserves a big movie, but that action is just so mind numbing and distracts from the plot. I really did like how they explored Clarks childhood just enough to give justification to his emotions. Although there are criticism about the ending, I thought it was well made. Clark spent his entire youth listening to his father to control himself and he had to learn to make a tough decision. I think this movie has a lot of potential for a sequel if they do it right. I look forward to being able to look back on this and watch it as part of a trilogy and not a stand alone film.
  • Andres Gomez: The cast is well chosen but the Amy Adams as Lois Lane. Not that she performances bad but she is just not Lois Lane.

    Smart choosing to focus in Krypton. Probably, the less repeated story told about Superman.

    You can really feel Christopher Nolan’s touch in the script and, probably, that’s the problem. It is just too similar to Batman Begins. Also, the script repeats Batman’s stupidities like the way in which Klark Kent father dies or feeling that Crowe, Superman’s father, has everything under control, even his own stupid death.

    Tons of FX with incredible fights that may feel exhausting for some but that I think are totally justified in this character.

    The OST is again in the hands of Hans Zimmer that keeps abusing of the drumming and grave sounds.

    All in all, still looking forward for the next movie of this reboot.

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: I guess I am being stubbornly traditional here but this was not really the Superman that I grow up with. I am sure that a lot of people are not going to agree with me on this one but personally I was not overly thrilled with this movie.

    Sure, if what you wanted was a wild action ride and unchecked destruction then this movie will most likely satisfy you. However, as a “Superman” movie it just did not feel right to me.

    The original story is tweaked and tinkered with too much. The Kryptonians, not only General Zod and his minions, are portrayed in a quite negative light. Superman himself project a hugely negative aura. Lois Lane gets to meet Superman and learn who he really is before he even starts to work for The Daily Planet. And so on and so forth…

    The first part of the movie with the back-flashes, with Kal-El just trying to hide, getting bullied etc. is just sad and even boring. It is not until General Zod arrives that things starts to get going. However even then they continue to tinker with things. Apparently it is now enough to breathe Krypton-like air for him to lose his powers. This is just so wrong. Actually, the entire bla bla when they try to “explain” his powers is just dumb. There is an established story behind Superman. Even though it is fantastic and unscientific just stick to it. It is a fantasy comic character after all. Leave it at that. The story itself is not bad but it is not Superman.

    Having said all that, when the fighting starts, the special effects and the action definitely have a high “coolness factor”. Superman and General Zod wrecks more havoc than half a dozen Godzillas with a bad case of hangover. Actually the level of mayhem is bordering on the ridiculous but it was fun to watch. Unfortunately I have to admit that this was my enjoyment of this movie, to watch the special effects.

  • Peter89Spencer: When I first saw the trailer, I was a little excited.

    Man of Steel is the first of many films of what would now be known as DCEU.

    Zack Snyder did a really brilliant job directing this movie – it was amazing! Henry Cavill was superb as Superman and Michael Shannon was brilliant as Zod. And a hat tip to Russell Crowe’s performance.

    The best superhero film in 2013.

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