It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the official worldwide release dates for the anticipated “Man of Steel.” We will be one of the first to view what Zack Snyder and company have added to the Superman legacy as the … Continue reading

‘Man of Steel’ Soars Worldwide

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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the official worldwide release dates for the anticipated “Man of Steel.”

We will be one of the first to view what Zack Snyder and company have added to the Superman legacy as the U.S. will have its date on June 14, 2013. We won’t be the first one to see the Big, Blue Boy Scout as some of our southerly neighbors such as Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Brazil have earlier dates. The range of early time frame also includes Egypt, Japan, and South Korea.

“Man of Steel” will feature comic book hero Superman as he returns to the big screen since his last outing in 2006. The character was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, and has had a lasting influence on the pop culture atmosphere.

Will the new “Man of Steel’s” impact triumph expectation or will he fall to cinematic Kryptonite? “Man of Steel” will definitely fly into theaters next June.

CLICK HERE to check out the dates.

  • David

    Brazil is July 12th, so its almost a month later. You might want to fix the article. :)

  • TheRealDonQ

    Since this film started production there has been a Captain America, Thor, Avengers and now and Iron-Man 3 all out before the Man of Steel. Not looking good DC. smh…

  • cg

    guess you didn’t see the latest trailer…

  • TheOracle8191

    But of all those, the Avengers was the only MUST SEE movie. The others were fairly mediocre, (not counting the unreleased IM3), so imo, quality over quantity and Man of Steel looks to be ALL quality!!

  • qwrty

    lol..This movie’s production time does make me go wtf. I am just hoping the final result is good.

  • chaburchak

    I disagree. THOR may have been just okay (a better battle with the Destroyer would’ve made up for a lot of that) but CAPTAIN AMERICA was excellent. I can watch that over and over again, mainly ’cause it had some fun to it. Nice change of pace from the somber/downbeat approaches of DARK KNIGHT and SPIDER-MAN, and unfortunately MAN OF STEEL looks like more of the same. But I hope it surprises me…