The director of "Superman Returns" is Bryan Singer, and it came out in theaters in June 2006. The MPAA rating is PG-13 as it contains some intense action violence. The distributor is Warner Bros. Picture Distribution, and it's a total of two hours 34 minutes. The cast and their parts are: Brandon Routh Clark as Kent/Superman, Kate Bosworth as Lois Lane, James Marsden as Richard White, Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor, Frank Langella as Perry White, and Eva Marie as Saint Martha Kent.
Superman was born on a planet that is no longer in-existence, and now is being raised by adoptive parents. They are living on a farm in Kansas; however, his adoptive parents rename him Clark Kent. Even though he has grown up around human, Clark is not a human. While he is on earth, he can do two things that many humans cannot do. Since Clark wants to fit in, he cannot let anyone know about his special powers. When people are not looking, Clark will turn into the Man of Steel. He does this when he is needed.
When Clark disappears for five years, the world has not had anyone protecting them. Since he has been gone, there has been more crime in the city of Metropolis. It is especially bad when Lex Luthor decides to try to destory the city. Luthor had just gotten out of jail when he decided to use Superman's powers for his own gain. Lois Lane is the star reporter for the Daily Planet, and superman is in-love with her. She has moved on though because she has not seen Superman in a long time.
Her essay "Why the World Doesn't Need Superman" did very well, and it won the Pulitzer Prize. She is engaged to be married to the newspapers editor's nephew and she has a baby boy now. The family has at Kent farm is the only family that Superman has ever known. He is still madly in-love with Lois as he enjoys looking into her eyes. He decides to return to the city because he knows the city needs him.
Superman has never been needed more than he has been needed now because of Luther's plan is to ruin the city. Superman has returned just in time to save his city from invitiable destruction. You will have to watch the film to see how it ends as you can imagine its packed with action.
After a little bit of speculation, Kate Bosworth has confirmed the news of her engagement with a photograph of the svelte starlet sporting a big shiny diamond. The pic shows Bosworth looking fresh and beautiful in black and white, biting her thumb coyly. The caption reads: “This photo was taken by my husband-to-be! Thank you all for the wonderful engagement wishes… We feel truly blessed!” The ring so proudly displayed had been noted previously, but on the opposite hand, throwing rumors that the lady was engaged into confusion.
Kevin Costner might be going from "Tin Cup" to "Man of Steel". The Hollywood veteran is rumored to be in consideration for a "key role" in the upcoming "Superman: The Man of Steel", according to Deadline. Which role Costner is being considered for remains a mystery for the time being. Currently, the only other actor cast in the film is Henry Cavill, playing Supes himself, so Costner could be cast as any of the older characters in the Superman universe.