July 19, 2012 03:16:25 GMT
Additionally, it has been rumored that some fans are criticizing the upcoming Superman movie for likely presenting lack of action scenes.
Following its much-talked-about presentation at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con last week, "Man of Steel" sparks various rumors among fans who attended the convention. Among those which swirl on the web is a report about a possible fight scene in the upcoming Superman movie.
It's Bleeding Cool which claims to have heard words at Comic-Con about a brief detail of "one specific scene in particular." The site describes an action-packed scene where [SPOILER ALERT!] the titular Kryptonian superhero "breaks apart a building and uses the building itself as a weapon in some kind of 'super martial art' fashion." The site dubs the scene "girders as throwing stars."
The fight scene rumor aside, it is said that some devoted fans of Superman have been criticizing the way Zack Snyder possibly presents their beloved hero in his upcoming film. Words are, those fans are disappointed because the movie will likely showcase "lack of action scenes, fights, feats of super strength and the like." Director Snyder hasn't said anything of the reported criticisms.
"Man of Steel" is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. theaters on June 14, 2013. Tackling the part of the superhero persona of Clark Kent is Henry Cavill. He will be joined by Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as Zod, Russell Crowe and Ayelet Zorer as Superman's Kryptonian parents, as well as Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as his adoptive parents.
During the film's Comic-Con panel, Cavill opened up that playing the legendary superhero was not an easy job. "It is pretty intense, I'm not going to lie," he claimed. "I've just been looking at that throughout this thing while you've been asking questions. I got to wear that [the 'S' symbol] on my chest. I just really, really hope that I've done everything that I need to do to please you guys."