Zack Snyder is promising us that his version of Superman will be "different" than all the others.
Here's what he's had to say about it:
"It's a different story. I won't say there's a break from the canon or anything like that, but there is definitely an approach that makes you go, 'Okay, that's a way to get at it.'"
More from Snyder on David Goyer's script:
"David is very respectful of the canon and stuff like that. It has its roots in the canon and again, like I say, it has a point of view about who he is. I'm being cryptic, I know, but it's the best I can do."
Here's what Snyder had to say about whether or not the movie will deal with Superman's early years:
"I think it's early to say. I don't know."
While speaking about the film, Snyder also announced that rumors about General Zod being a bad guy are "just wrong," and that "the internet has no idea what's going on."
Inneresting news, Zack. We're not sure exactly what you mean by "different," but we'll be curious to see what that means as you make progress on the film.
Do U think Zack Snyder's Superman will be "different?" How do U think it will deviate from other versions?
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