Ray Lytle

Guess which film about Red and Blue is now in the black
Guess which film about Red and Blue is now in the black

The “Man of Steel” Brought in another 40+ million dollars domestically this weekend making its domestic take over 210 million dollars. The Movies total cost to make was around 200 million so CONGRATS to Warner Bros. and Legendary studio on making your money back.

He should be smiling. He's gonna be filthy rich with the sequel deal he's gonna sign
Henry Cavill the Star of Superman should be smiling. He’s gonna be a very rich man.

The movie opened last week to huge numbers despite negative reviews from some of Americas Snobbiest film critics. The word of mouth however was almost 100% positive and the take for the first full week of release has grown to make it one of the biggest movies of the year trailing only Iron Man 3 which is it now on pace to catch. The International take so far is 400 mil and should top half a billion by next weekend.

World premiere of 'Man of Steel'
The Man of Steel will definitely fly again in another Stand alone movie and with the Justice League

 

 

 

This definitely bodes well for comic geeks like me who want to see more Superman and of course a Justice league movie featuring the stars of the DC comics universe.

Up Up and Away Man of Steel to bigger and better and more movies!!!

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