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New 'Man of Steel' Photos Highlight Little Clark Kent

May 6, 2013 (5:02 am) GMT
The latest photos from Zack Snyder's upcoming film feature Clark Kent as a newborn, a young boy, and a full-grown superhero.
New 'Man of Steel' Photos Highlight Little Clark Kent

Before fulfilling his destiny to be a superhero and "the answer" for Earth people, Clark Kent once had an ordinary life as a young boy just like many other kids. Such impression is clearly seen in the new photos from Zack Snyder's "", which will also be available in "Man of Steel: The Early Years Junior Novel".

In one of the images, fans can see intimate relationship between little Clark and his Earth father Jonathan as the two are all smiles showing off big fish they caught. A pride of Jonathan, Clark is also proudly showing off his medal for winning a science fair, standing next to his project and his dad.

Serving as Clark Kent's timeline, the other six pictures feature Clark as a newborn, a teenager and a grown-up man, who finally realizes the reason of his existence on Earth, the ultimate powers he has and his identity as Superman, the Man of Steel.

The Warner Bros. film stars as the titular character and as his romantic interest Lois Lane. Additionally, the cast ensemble includes as villain General Zod, as Jor-El, as Jonathan Kent and as Martha Kent.

Penned by David S. Goyer, the comic-adapted film is slated to hit theaters across the United States on June 14.





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