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Man Of Steel poster unveiled

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While we're finally getting our grubby hands on The Dark Knight Rises this week, the first poster for the upcoming Superman reboot has us excitedly looking to the future.

Freshly unveiled at Comic-Con, the Man of Steel teaser suggests a darker take on the story than what we're used to. Although compared to Bryan Singer's overly romantic Superman Returns, that won't be particularly hard.

The film stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon and Russell Crowe and comes from 300 director Zack Snyder.

Man of Steel hits cinemas on June 13th 2013

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