☛ Zack Snyder: ‘Everyone Clings to the Christopher Reeve Version of Superman’
Factory by Bruce Springsteen
I’m working on a post about Springsteen for my grown-up blog and it’s really hard to pick which songs I want to include.
Not all my favorite songs necessarily, but the important ones to the history of our country. The history my parent’s grew up in and raised a family during.
This song is important. And ever so relevant almost 40 years later.
Zack Snyder took a lot of flack for depicting mass deaths and the destruction of Metropolis in last summer’s “Man of Steel.” As he gears up to shoot the pic’s sequel, the still-untitled “Batman-Superman” movie, the director told Forbes that he’s merely depicting the “real world we live in.” Snyder said that fans are clinging…
No, you idiot. It’s that the Christopher Reeve movies captured the essence of who Superman is and what he stands for.
Are the original movies dated now? Yes, very much so.
How tightly they cling to those ideas, not really the comic book version, but more the movie version.
It’s clear that Zak Snyder has never read a Superman comic.
The continuing series of Past Mike being awesome:
Indicating the proper size Allen key to use on my scroll saw so I don’t have to try the wrong one multiple times.
Midnight Confessions by The Grass Roots
Well that lasted long. Final high score was 27,172.
So since I beat 2048 I’ve challenged myself to this.
Because I’m a moron.
Forget hanging Ks off the side of the railing, he just hangs them on his hat.
Gotta be awkward after those first three strikeouts.