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"Superman Returns" TV Promo Hits Web

Superman Returns The new and improved Superman made his first TV appearance in the most appropriate way possible: he popped up during a "Smallville" commercial break last week.

If you missed the show (or, like me, you live in an ad-free TiVo 'verse), you can catch the "Superman Returns" promo at Ain't It Cool News.

I have to admit, I'm impressed as hell at what director Bryan Singer ("X-Men") has delivered. The long gestation period for this project coupled with a god-awful "Entertainment Weekly" cover had me thinking "Hulk" all over again, but the teaser shows that Singer still has his superhero mojo. The trailer contains a number of jaw-dropping shots and the tone of the film seems derivative of Singer's "X-Men" work -- and that's a good thing.

"Superman Returns" arrives in theaters June 30. For more Superman news check out our spotlight page. -- Mac Slocum


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