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Man Of Steel: Inside The Legendary World Of Superman by Daniel Wallace

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Since his 1938 debut in comic books, Superman's alien origins and down to earth personality have captivated fans of all ages. Man Of Steel: Inside The Legendary World Of Superman takes fans through the recreation of the Superman myth for the recently released Man of Steel movie starring Henry Cavill. The writers, directors and producers needed to decide what parts of Superman image and story to keep and what to change. They also had to make decisions about casting, costumes, sets, locations, visual effects, technology, and more. This books describes the process and planning required to create a movie on such a grand scale. In addition there are countless pages of beautiful drawings, photographs and interviews given by many of the of the people involved with this massive cinematic adventure.

Man Of Steel : Inside The Legendary World Of Superman is available to be checked out at three libraries. A fourth copy is kept at the Central Library in the Art, Music and Recreation department as a reference item that can only be viewed in person.

Submitted by Valerie @ Central


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