“Man of Steel” wasn”t fun … it was too dark … and felt more like a Batman movie than a Superman flick … so says Ilya Salkind, the guy behind the Christopher Reeve version.
Ilya is the guy who brought Superman to the big screen way back in the 1970″s. He produced “Superman” and “Superman II” … i.e. his opinion matters.
So when our photog caught up to him this weekend in L.A., he had to get his thoughts on the new, beefed up version … which has grossed almost $300 million in the U.S. alone.
Salkind however is NOT a fan. First, he says the movie is “okay”, trying to keep the peace. But a female friend blows up his spot, shouting out, “Tell the truth!”
And he does. Check it out.
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