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First Look at Russell Crowe as Jor-El on 'Man of Steel'

October 5, 2011 (1:50 am) GMT
The 'American Gangster' actor who plays Superman's Kryptonian father has been photographed wearing a costume which has an 'S' symbol and a long red cape.
First Look at Russell Crowe as Jor-El on 'Man of Steel'

How will look as Superman's Kryptonian father in "" has been unveiled in a newly-released on-set picture. The New Zealand-born actor was seen filming a scene on the Vancouver set of the reboot film on Sunday, October 2.

Crowe was snapped donning a full attire of his character Jor-El. The costume has an "S" symbol on the front and is completed with a long red cape. At one point of the day, the "" actor was spotted taking a time to light a cigarette.

Last June, it was reported that Crowe has signed on to play Jor-El in the Zack Snyder-directed superhero film. Words are, the actor has been working hard to get in shape for the role, especially because he will play alongside well-built actor, .

Crowe is expected to star opposite "" actress who will portray his wife Lara Lor-Van. Zurer was recently attached to the project to replace .

Scheduled to arrive in U.S. theaters on June 14, 2013, "Man of Steel" is the latest Superman reboot, which is produced by "" director Christopher Nolan. Cavill is set to play the titular character, while is cast as his leading lady Lois Lane. , , and Antje Traue are also supporting the movie.

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