Pues se ve que ni librándonos de Snyder se atreve el actor a bajarse del borrico y corregir su ABSURDO discurso de que Superman, para no matar, debe matar primero.
Se ve que, según el, quienes no matamos, solo lo hacemos por que un día nuestro padre nos dijo: "No Mates"
“The killing of Zod would have led to a wonderful reason why Superman never kills.
Not, he never kills just because his dad said so one day.
He made the decision himself because of an impossible scenario, to which he then said, ‘I don’t care if it’s impossible again, I’m gonna find a way to make it possible in the impossible.”
“[…] we didn’t get the opportunity to show the other side of it, the ‘I’m ready to be Superman now and I’m ready to show the world the best examples’.
That’s where the joy and glee comes from, and that sense of warmth from the character, which is his real superpower – he makes people believe in themselves. It was a shame because it would’ve been nice, and it would have been a lovely coupling with the seriousness and the depth of Man of Steel.”
Para más INRI, con pésimo gusto, recomienda adaptar la aventura dibujada por Jim Lee, que cualquier fan de Superman con un poco de gusto sabe de sobra que era un sinsentido de batallas y puñetazos al servicio del artista y una de las peores aventuras del personaje.
“[It is] one of my favourite comic books. I would definitely like to tell a story like that.”
“There’s an opportunity to keep on telling Superman stories, and getting them exactly right. Showing the things like hope and joy and that wonderful power of his to make people believe in themselves.”
¡Y AHÍ SIGUE DC FILMS, SIN PROYECTO PARA EL PERSONAJE Y PERMITIENDO QUE SU INTÉRPRETE LO RIDICULICE UN POQUITO MÁS, SI CABE!