New “Man Of Steel” Poster Depicts Superman In Trouble With The Law

New “Man Of Steel” Poster Depicts Superman In Trouble With The Law
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Thanks to the great people at  Super Hero Hype, we are able to share with you this brand-new poster for Zack Snyder’s upcoming Superman reboot, titled “Man of Steel.” Different from the others we’ve seen, this poster shows off the image of the last son of Krypton being led through a government facility in handcuffs by military police.

I know exactly what you’re thinking: Superman? In handcuffs?

Indeed it is a strange spot to see Superman , but Snyder has said on multiple occasions that this movie would show us an unseen side of Superman’s character.

It looks like Superman won’t only have to battle General Zod (Michael Shannon) in this film, but the United States government as well.

Check out the poster below:

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