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75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made ‘Superman Returns’ Part Five

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(continued from 75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made Superman Returns Part Four) There is one brief sequence in Superman Returns that seems out of place for Superman.  After he saves the airplane and lands it in … Continue reading

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75 Years of Superman: Superman- The Music Box Set

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I remember when it was first announced more than five years ago that a Superman music box set was being prepared for release by the good folks over at Film Score Monthly.  I could hardly believe it.  All four scores … Continue reading

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75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made ‘Superman Returns’ Part Four

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(continued from 75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made Superman Returns Part Three) During an appearance on “Larry King Live,” Bryan Singer stated that if he had not had access to John Williams’ original music from Superman: … Continue reading

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75 Years of Superman: Super Museum

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This month marks the 75th anniversary of Superman, the Man of Steel (he first appeared in Action Comics #1 in June 1938).  Metropolis, Illinois, which has been the official hometown of Superman since 1972, holds an annual celebration every June … Continue reading

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Superman’s Quest For Peace Part Two

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(continued from Superman’s Quest For Peace Part One) Cannon’s financial woes would affect the production of Superman IV.  As part of the deal with Warner Bros., Cannon was reportedly given a budget of at least $36 million to make Superman … Continue reading

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Superman’s Quest For Peace Part One

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Superman IV: The Quest For Peace marked the last time that Christopher Reeve would portray the Man of Steel.  It was a film that had started out full of good intentions.  It was supposed to be a return to the … Continue reading