An alien child is evacuated from his dying world and sent to Earth to live among humans. His peace is threatened, when survivors of his home planet invade Earth.
|亨利·卡维尔 (Henry Cavill)
|Clark Kent / Kal-El
|艾米·亚当斯 (Amy Adams)
|迈克尔·珊农 (Michael Shannon)
|戴安·琳恩 (Diane Lane)
|罗素·克劳 (Russell Crowe)
|Legendary Entertainment (in association with)
|Village Films (2013) (Theatrical) (Greece)
|Warner Bros. Entertainment Australia (2013) (DVD) (Australia)
|Warner Bros. Entertainment Australia (2013) (Blu-ray/DVD) (Australia)
|$116,619,362, 16 June 2013
- The film released in June 2013, the 75th anniversary of Superman.
- 亨利·卡维尔 said that the most difficult part of making the movie was definitely his two shirtless scenes. He had been training for months prior to filming, but for his shirtless scenes, he went on an extremely difficult diet and training regimen in which his calorie intake was cut from five thousand to nearly fifteen hundred for six weeks. After six weeks, he reached a body fat level of just seven percent, the level achieved by professional body-builders during competitions. Henry said he did this because he wanted to make his abs as pronounced and his muscles as defined as humanly possible, to create the best possible Superman physique. Cavill returned to a more manageable routine after the scenes were shot, but felt his effort was rewarded when audiences and critics alike praised his physique for the true embodiment of what Superman would look like. After he had shot his shirtless scenes, director 扎克·施奈德 gave him a tub of ice cream and pizza to reward him for his Herculean effort for the shirtless scenes.
- 亨利·卡维尔 refused to take steroids to muscle up for the role. He also refused any digital touch-ups or enhancement to his body in his shirtless scenes. He said it would have been dishonest of him to use trickery while playing Superman, and he wanted to push his body to the limits, to develop his physique into one that was worthy of the character.