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Man of Steel (12-Jun-2013)

Director: Zack Snyder

Writers: David S. Goyer; Christopher Nolan

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Superman

Reboot of the classic Superman franchise tells the tale of how Clark Kent of the planet Krypton came to be the legendary superhero beloved by Earth.

ABSTRACT
Clark Kent is a humanoid alien forced to leave his native planet, Krypton, when a nuclear catastrophe threatens the realm's very existence. Raised on Earth by adoptive parents, Kent feels a sense of loneliness on account of his unique powers. Those very abilities that cause him to feel so distant from society, however, are called upon to be that same society's savior when nefarious creatures from his homeland invade Earth one day and begin to wreak havoc.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Amy Adams
Actor
20-Aug-1974   Junebug
Henry Cavill
Actor
5-May-1983   The Tudors
Kevin Costner
Actor
18-Jan-1955   Dances with Wolves
Russell Crowe
Actor
7-Apr-1964   A Beautiful Mind
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Carla Gugino
Actor
29-Aug-1971   Spy Kids
Michael Kelly
Actor
22-May-1968   Det. Crocker on Kojak revival
Diane Lane
Actor
22-Jan-1965   A Walk on the Moon
Harry Lennix
Actor
16-Nov-1964   Boyd Langton on Dollhouse
Christopher Meloni
Actor
2-Apr-1961   Law & Order: SVU, Oz
Tahmoh Penikett
Actor
20-May-1975   Battlestar Galactica
Julian Richings
Actor
8-Sep-1955   Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Richard Schiff
Actor
27-May-1955   The West Wing
Michael Shannon
Actor
7-Aug-1974   Van Alden on Boardwalk Empire
Ian Tracey
Actor
26-Jun-1964   Det. Mick Leary on Da Vinci's Inquest

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