viernes, 2 de septiembre de 2016


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"I think our take on him is probably something a little bit more traditional. There’s certainly a little bit of the “Aw shucks” about him, but he’s been Superman for awhile, so there’s a savviness about him as Superman and as Clark. 

If he’s been Superman for 12 years, that also means that he’s been Clark Kent for 12 years. He knows how to interview somebody. He knows how to get a story out of someone. As always, with any of these things, we’re never doing a direct adaptation of a specific comic book. 

We cherry pick the best parts and things that we love. So, there’s a little bit of the Christopher Reeve Superman in there, a healthy dose of the Superman animated series, which we’re huge fans of, a little bit of Lois & Clark, a little George Reeves, and a little Super Friends.

And as far as finding the right guy, as soon as we said we were going to do Superman, Greg [Berlanti] mentioned Tyler [Hoechlin]. We’ve been fans of his for years, and when we sat down with him, he is Superman. Not just with the looks, but he’s such a good guy, such a nice guy, and he’s so open and forthright and brimming with life. 

You just feel better when you’re around him, which I think is part of the secret of Superman. He is that ideal, but not in an unattainable way. 

Superman should make you feel like you can do anything, even though he’s the one that can do anything. And Tyler just had all that in spandex. So, it was less a question of us reaching out. It was more a question of hoping he would say yes. After Tyler, I’m not sure what we would have done."

Hoechlin acaba de añadir unas declaraciones que encierran una nada velada crítica al Superman de Snyder:

“It’s Superman as I think he was intended to be, which is just an incredible symbol of hope to kids that they can do anything, that they can be good people, and that good people can triumph over evil.

You don’t have to be dark and brooding and always in this state of masculine toughness.

He sits in that very hopeful and optimistic place that Kara tends to be in.”

¿Sabéis que os digo...? Que igual su interpretación es un CHURRO.

Pero solo por estas declaraciones ya es más SUPERMAN de lo que el otro nunca lo será...

2 comentarios:

Fernandini León dijo...

Solo falta ver su actuación y lo más importante UN BUEN GUIÓN, ojalá hagan una serie de ese Superman o que también lo pongan en la serie DC LEGENDS OF TOMORROW y les den una LECCIÓN A LOS EJECUTIVOS DE LA WARNER ESPECIALMENTE A ZACK SNYDER Y A LOS FANS DEL SUPERMAN "REALISTA Y HUMANO" DEL CINE SOBRE EL SIGNIFICADO DE SER UN SUPERHOMBRE.
Lo mejor de todo solo falta 1 mes, ojala que mi fé por el Superman televisivo no sea en vano.


Si este Superman triunfa (que ojalá sí) ya veo la reacción de WB y los que llevan DC en el cine: