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Superman talking to an old lady at the beach who's cat he just saved from utter damnation.

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Have Superman put a stop to some big heist or terrorist act without fully showing him in the suit -- show glimpses, bits and pieces of his suit as he's zooming around like lightning -- quick shots of him bending steel, using heat and x-ray vision with very discreet camera angles that show a side profile, the cape, the powerful hands ripping something apart -- all to get the audience anticipating his arrival for the next big action scene.

He flies atop the Daily Planet and we only catch his vague reflection of him off the globe -- next scene we show him dressed as Clark -- THEN, finally show him in full, 20 minutes in or so (the next big action sequence).

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Then the same opening that is in Superman Birthright, Jor El and Lara put baby Kal-El in the rocket, rocket leaves and as its moving the picture changes to that of a bullet and we see Clark in Africa

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if this is an origin story and we can assume that superman is not yet established as a character at the start of it (but is instead in clark kent guise, travelling the globe and performing saves here and there) then i'd like the film to open with the camera very slowly focusing in closer and closer on a grainy tv report of some kind. This could be seen perhaps from the point of view of martha kent sitting in the kent farm watching it.

A news bulletin perhaps, chronicling these mysterious incidences of heroism across the globe .............. Which all have similar traits.
  • a child in venezuala falls from a window in a large apartment block but is plucked from the air moments before hitting the ground. She describes her saviour as a man with dark hair who smiles and reassures her she will be ok ............ Before flying off.
  • a packed commuter train in delhi is seconds from disaster when a truck crossing the track in front of it becomes stuck. Shocked witnesses describe a large, strongly built man appearing from nowhere, lifting the truck out of the way and disappearing as quickly as he appeared.
  • customers and staff at a bank in metropolis, usa are held hostage by a crazed gunman demanding money. The hostages describe how there is a blur, and within a few seconds their attackers is on the ground with his hands and feet handcuffed. The security guard's handcuffs are missing from his belt.
  • construction workers in hong kong, china, are elated after they escaped from a flooded subway they were working on. One man describes how they heard the water approaching them, but the water suddenly turned to vapour. He describes seeing a figure in the shadows with glowing red eyes.
  • engineers working at a powerplant in belgium tells how they came close to death when a chemical tank caught fire and almost exploded. They describe a man appearing with great speed from nowhere and within seconds the fire was neutralised, before the man again disappeared. Investigators are mystified by the completely frozen tank.

with each story being read by a voice and accompanied by segments of video on the screen, we would zoom in closer and closer until focusing on one pixel ......... Which gradually becomes the shape of an 's' and leads to the titles.
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The movie shouldn't open with our hero doing anything heroic. The audience would obviously know who Clark is but he should be portrayed as an ordinary reporter for the first act of the film. Perhaps when things get chaotic we get a flashback or Jor-el saying that he should not interfere and what not. Then about a third into the movie have the big reveal. But not before then imo.

edit: actually don't even have a flashback before the big reveal cause that would ruin it.


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I can't believe some of you want the big reveal in the first 5 min of the film. Might as well throw in him meeting Lois and Lex and well.

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One thing I know I don't want his a big bloated opening credits sequence.

Just jump into the story like 300, Batman, and The Dark Knight did.

Leave the title of the film and the credits for the end .

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Yup, we do. Some of us feel cheated by the last film, so we want this one to start off with a bang.

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General Zod rules Krypton as a militarized police state. His control is absolute, with Kandor as his captial, and home to his SS officers and personal guard.

Jor-El is a member of the science council based out of Kryptonopolis. As with every other incarnation, he is warning the Council of Krypton's impending destruction. This time, Zod is the authority that orders Jor-El to be silent, that his conclusions are flawed. Jor-El complies, and as before, begins preparations to save his family in secret.

Zod is back in Kandor, in solitary council with his chief advisor Brainiac, a sentient A.I. program (ala Hal, 2001). Brainiac confirms Jor-El's findings, but warns Zod that there isn't enough time or resources to save even a quarter of Krypton's population. Brainiac has a plan to preserve Zod's rule and therefore the "glory" of Krypton, but at great cost to the people. Zod authorizes Brainiac to begin preparations in secret as well.

Krypton is a planet with a radioactive core composed of kryptonite. This radiation is harnessed to produce electricity for Kryptonian technology. Increased solar activity on the surface of Krypton's sun is having a destabilizing effect on the Kryptonite core, which will soon reach critical mass and explode.

The end time is here, Krypton is ravaged by tremors and volcanoes. Jor-El and Zod are scrambling to finish their respective escape plans, oblivious to each others efforts. Lara refuses to go, better chance for Kal-El if only one person goes. Zod orders Brainiac to begin redirecting all power to Kandor. Jor-El is shocked to see this huge power diversion, but his lab is off the grid so preperations continue. Jor-El suspects this must be Zod's attempt at escape as well.

In Kandor, alarms are raised and people scramble to safety, at home or their respective military posts. This is a caste city, there is Zod and his upper ranked officers and personal guard with their families, and their is the lower caste of untouchables who serve and maintain the upper echelon's standard of living. There is a growing resistance movement in Kandor that has not yet caught Zod's full attention. At the head of this rebel group is Zor-El, who is trying to contact his brother Jor-El, when Brainiac commandeers all of Krypton's power.

Krypton is beginning it's final phase of destruction as Jor-El and Lara bid farewell to their beloved infant, swaddled in 3 blankets; the colors of Krypton's flag. The Rocket is sealed, as Jor-El and Lara prepare the launch from their control room. They has chosen to send Kal-El to Earth, because they've hypothesized kryptonian physiology will be greatly enhanced in an environment under a yellow star. Jor-El never shared these theories with the council after he was branded paranoid and dismissed.

Brainiac has Kandor in complete lockdown, sealing off the Fortress/Bunker capital city. Zod enters an underground hanger where Brainiac has downloaded his memory banks onto a large spacecraft. Zod boards with a dozen of his best officers as his crew. Zod's craft lifts off, its silhouette casts an ominous shadow over Kandor as it hovers a few thousand feet in the air.

Zod orders Brainiac to initiate the final phase of evacuation. Brainiac complies and a large section of the underside of the spacecraft opens, revealing a sophisticated beam projection device. Energy erupts from the ship and envelops the city below, reducing it and all inhabitants in size before a tractor beam lifts the shruken city aboard Zod's spacecraft. The city is stabilized inside a giant bottle apparatus, Zod is pleased his ideal of Krypton is preserved, and orders Brainiac to depart for the stars and a brighter tomorrow for New Krypton.

Krypton continues to deteriorate, great columns of green energy erupt from volcanoes, splitting continents and boiling oceans. Jor-El and Lara watch their son's rocket launch into the sky, content they have given him a real shot at survival. The laboratory is barely held together by a force-feild array around the structure Jor-El devised to ensure a successful launch.

Lara is saddened by their imminent doom, while Jor-El retrieves something from a locked store room. It's his prototype phantom zone projector, the discovery that earned him a seat on the Science Council. Jor-El explains to Lara that the projector is actually a misnomer, in function the device is a violent extractor, it tears the subject from this dimension to the Zone. The greatest difficulty he had in perfecting the device was preventing the gateway from surging open and engulfing thousands, perhaps millions of people. Jor-El disables the dampener coil switch, announcing to Lara that if the device were to be activated now, untold number of surviving Kryptonians would be doomed to the Zone, perhaps for all eternity with little hope of salvation.

Kal-el's craft has escaped Krypton's gravity and entered upper orbit when Brainiac's sensors detect it. Triangulation seems to confirm Zod's suspicions, that this is Jor-El's attempt at escape. Zod orders an immediate intercept course, against Brainiac's counsel to leave Krypton's atmosphere completely first. Zod assumes Jor-El is on the craft, and wants him to pay for his insubordination.

Krypton is in its final death throes, Lara looks longingly at her husband then at the Phantom Zone device. She admits she would rather spend an eternity waiting on hope rather than face oblivion altogether. Lara activates the device and a massive gateway opens up, engulfing a large section of the subcontinent under Krytponopolis and everything with it.

In the upper limits of Krypton's atmosphere, Zod's craft closes in on Kal-El's rocket as it's about to enter faster than light travel to escape Krypton's destruction. After Lara triggered the phantom zone event, a great explosion erupts from where Kryptonopolis was. Brainiac assumes control of the ship and takes evasive action to avoid mountains of debris ejected into high orbit.

The planet Krypton explodes. Zod's craft is intact, but wildly buffeted by shockwaves and sent careening off course, far from Krypton's star. Conversely, Kal-El's rocket makes a perfect escape from the explosion. The craft builds up some momentum then enters FTL speeds, warping out of the star system entirely.

The Rocket is travelling at high speeds thru space, travelling left to right. The silhouette of the rocket then transitions to a bullet that whizzes past Clark Kent in Africa on assignment for the Daily Planet. Clark is frightened, he knows he more powerful than ordinary men, but no idea if he's bulletproof.


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One thing I know I don't want his a big bloated opening credits sequence.

Just jump into the story like 300, Batman, and The Dark Knight did.

Leave the title of the film and the credits for the end .
If it's going to be anything like Watchmen's, then by all means, show it in the opening.

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The movie shouldn't open with our hero doing anything heroic. The audience would obviously know who Clark is but he should be portrayed as an ordinary reporter for the first act of the film. Perhaps when things get chaotic we get a flashback or Jor-el saying that he should not interfere and what not. Then about a third into the movie have the big reveal. But not before then imo.

edit: actually don't even have a flashback before the big reveal cause that would ruin it.
Nah, the movie needs to start with a bang to get the audience excited. See the following post for how an action scene doesn't have to fully depict Superman:

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He flies atop the Daily Planet and we only catch his vague reflection of him off the globe -- next scene we show him dressed as Clark -- THEN, finally show him in full, 20 minutes in or so (the next big action sequence).

My opinion, anyway.
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General Zod rules Krypton as a militarized police state. His control is absolute, with Kandor as his captial, and home to his SS officers and personal guard.

Jor-El is a member of the science council based out of Kryptonopolis. As with every other incarnation, he is warning the Council of Krypton's impending destruction. This time, Zod is the authority that orders Jor-El to be silent, that his conclusions are flawed. Jor-El complies, and as before, begins preparations to save his family in secret.

Zod is back in Kandor, in solitary council with his chief advisor Brainiac, a sentient A.I. program (ala Hal, 2001). Brainiac confirms Jor-El's findings, but warns Zod that there isn't enough time or resources to save even a quarter of Krypton's population. Brainiac has a plan to preserve Zod's rule and therefore the "glory" of Krypton, but at great cost to the people. Zod authorizes Brainiac to begin preparations in secret as well.

Krypton is a planet with a radioactive core composed of kryptonite. This radiation is harnessed to produce electricity for Kryptonian technology. Increased solar activity on the surface of Krypton's sun is having a destabilizing effect on the Kryptonite core, which will soon reach critical mass and explode.

The end time is here, Krypton is ravaged by tremors and volcanoes. Jor-El and Zod are scrambling to finish their respective escape plans, oblivious to each others efforts. Lara refuses to go, better chance for Kal-El if only one person goes. Zod orders Brainiac to begin redirecting all power to Kandor. Jor-El is shocked to see this huge power diversion, but his lab is off the grid so preperations continue. Jor-El suspects this must be Zod's attempt at escape as well.

In Kandor, alarms are raised and people scramble to safety, at home or their respective military posts. This is a caste city, there is Zod and his upper ranked officers and personal guard with their families, and their is the lower caste of untouchables who serve and maintain the upper echelon's standard of living. There is a growing resistance movement in Kandor that has not yet caught Zod's full attention. At the head of this rebel group is Zor-El, who is trying to contact his brother Jor-El, when Brainiac commandeers all of Krypton's power.

Krypton is beginning it's final phase of destruction as Jor-El and Lara bid farewell to their beloved infant, swaddled in 3 blankets; the colors of Krypton's flag. The Rocket is sealed, as Jor-El and Lara prepare the launch from their control room. They has chosen to send Kal-El to Earth, because they've hypothesized kryptonian physiology will be greatly enhanced in an environment under a yellow star. Jor-El never shared these theories with the council after he was branded paranoid and dismissed.

Brainiac has Kandor in complete lockdown, sealing off the Fortress/Bunker capital city. Zod enters an underground hanger where Brainiac has downloaded his memory banks onto a large spacecraft. Zod boards with a dozen of his best officers as his crew. Zod's craft lifts off, its silhouette casts an ominous shadow over Kandor as it hovers a few thousand feet in the air.

Zod orders Brainiac to initiate the final phase of evacuation. Brainiac complies and a large section of the underside of the spacecraft opens, revealing a sophisticated beam projection device. Energy erupts from the ship and envelops the city below, reducing it and all inhabitants in size before a tractor beam lifts the shruken city aboard Zod's spacecraft. The city is stabilized inside a giant bottle apparatus, Zod is pleased his ideal of Krypton is preserved, and orders Brainiac to depart for the stars and a brighter tomorrow for New Krypton.

Krypton continues to deteriorate, great columns of green energy erupt from volcanoes, splitting continents and boiling oceans. Jor-El and Lara watch their son's rocket launch into the sky, content they have given him a real shot at survival. The laboratory is barely held together by a force-feild array around the structure Jor-El devised to ensure a successful launch.

Lara is saddened by their imminent doom, while Jor-El retrieves something from a locked store room. It's his prototype phantom zone projector, the discovery that earned him a seat on the Science Council. Jor-El explains to Lara that the projector is actually a misnomer, in function the device is a violent extractor, it tears the subject from this dimension to the Zone. The greatest difficulty he had in perfecting the device was preventing the gateway from surging open and engulfing thousands, perhaps millions of people. Jor-El disables the dampener coil switch, announcing to Lara that if the device were to be activated now, untold number of surviving Kryptonians would be doomed to the Zone, perhaps for all eternity with little hope of salvation.

Kal-el's craft has escaped Krypton's gravity and entered upper orbit when Brainiac's sensors detect it. Triangulation seems to confirm Zod's suspicions, that this is Jor-El's attempt at escape. Zod orders an immediate intercept course, against Brainiac's counsel to leave Krypton's atmosphere completely first. Zod assumes Jor-El is on the craft, and wants him to pay for his insubordination.

Krypton is in its final death throes, Lara looks longingly at her husband then at the Phantom Zone device. She admits she would rather spend an eternity waiting on hope rather than face oblivion altogether. Lara activates the device and a massive gateway opens up, engulfing a large section of the subcontinent under Krytponopolis and everything with it.

In the upper limits of Krypton's atmosphere, Zod's craft closes in on Kal-El's rocket as it's about to enter faster than light travel to escape Krypton's destruction. After Lara triggered the phantom zone event, a great explosion erupts from where Kryptonopolis was. Brainiac assumes control of the ship and takes evasive action to avoid mountains of debris ejected into high orbit.

The planet Krypton explodes. Zod's craft is intact, but wildly buffeted by shockwaves and sent careening off course, far from Krypton's star. Conversely, Kal-El's rocket makes a perfect escape from the explosion. The craft builds up some momentum then enters FTL speeds, warping out of the star system entirely.

The Rocket is travelling at high speeds thru space, travelling left to right. The silhouette of the rocket then transitions to a bullet that whizzes past Clark Kent in Africa on assignment for the Daily Planet. Clark is frightened, he knows he more powerful than ordinary men, but no idea if he's bulletproof.


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Wow that was BRILLIANT!! it opens the movie up 2 at least 2 sequels if they use Zod first, Brainiac 2nd, and Kandor New Krypton maybe last really great begining and it starts the movie with one hell of a bang! I also love the disolve u have in mind for Kal-Els rocket to the bullet wizzing passed Clark, u have great vision.

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I just can't get into any version that makes an outside individual be it Brainiac or Zod, complicit in Krypton's destruction in any way. Doing that in effect turns them into Joe Chill on a worldwide scale and just isn't Superman to me. It was nicely written, though. I also much prefer Krypton as a more utopia world that got too confident due to their own success.

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And if anyone's involved in Krypton's destruction it is BLACK ZERO (no, not the Byrne spin on it)

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You can start this movie off with a bang and lots of action but there needs to be build up. Hopefully Nolan and Snyder won't have Superman come in until at least a third of the way through the movie. Too much of the previous Superman films have been insert disaster, now enters Superman. Insert another disaster, here comes Superman. Plane in trouble, bus falling off bridge, bring in Superman. That kind of stuff isn't as exciting anymore without buildup and a story behind it.

For example if Superman is going to fight terrorists or rebels, have the bad guys causing havok for a portion of the film. Make the viewer want a savior for the situation and feeling satisfied when he comes. There isn't anything exciting about showing 2 dudes heisting jewelry and then having Superman thwart them 2 min into the film, suit or no suit. Handle it like how they handled Batman I guess. With the proper buildup, Superman's reveal can have the audience cheering. You don't want the audience feeling like they saw his heroics in the first 5 minutes of the film.

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Wow that was BRILLIANT!! it opens the movie up 2 at least 2 sequels if they use Zod first, Brainiac 2nd, and Kandor New Krypton maybe last really great begining and it starts the movie with one hell of a bang! I also love the disolve u have in mind for Kal-Els rocket to the bullet wizzing passed Clark, u have great vision.
Thanks man, although I got the rocket/bullet idea from BH/HHH's post.

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I just can't get into any version that makes an outside individual be it Brainiac or Zod, complicit in Krypton's destruction in any way. Doing that in effect turns them into Joe Chill on a worldwide scale and just isn't Superman to me. It was nicely written, though. I also much prefer Krypton as a more utopia world that got too confident due to their own success.
I'm not sure how you thought Zod or Brainiac was complicit in Krypton's destruction. Brainiac confirms Jor-El's findings in secret to Zod, and they make plans to save their own hides, but the two of them are neither responsible for the impending cataclysm, or capable of stopping it.

I appreciate feedback, even criticisms, but I don't see how I made Zod or Brainiac out to be a Joe Chill.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvhMb...eature=related

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and then its like kraaaal! kraal! lmao

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And if anyone's involved in Krypton's destruction it is BLACK ZERO (no, not the Byrne spin on it)
Less said about the Black Zero Mopee story the better.

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Thanks man, although I got the rocket/bullet idea from BH/HHH's post.


I'm not sure how you thought Zod or Brainiac was complicit in Krypton's destruction. Brainiac confirms Jor-El's findings in secret to Zod, and they make plans to save their own hides, but the two of them are neither responsible for the impending cataclysm, or capable of stopping it.

I appreciate feedback, even criticisms, but I don't see how I made Zod or Brainiac out to be a Joe Chill.
My bad, I read the sections with the core being used for energy wrong somehow.

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