Here are pictures from the Madrid Premiere that happened today:
Pictures from the Opening Ceremony and Premiere of Man of Steel at the Taormina Film Festival:
Box Office predictions are looking good!
After one day, the return of Superman is already faring better than Superman Returns.
Warner Bros.’ $225 million franchise reboot, Man of Steel, took in a blazing $44.1 million on Friday. Including the $12 million earned on Thursday through corporate screening programs, the film has a $56.1 million total headed into the final two days of the weekend. By Sunday night, Man of Steel may earn about $125 million, which would stand as the second highest opening weekend of 2013 behind Iron Man 3′s $174.1 million bow.
There’s also a chance that Man of Steel, which garnered an “A-” CinemaScore and has massive potential for Father’s Day business, »
I’ve uploaded some beautiful portraits from May via Hero Complex and LA Times:
Henry is in Italy now promoting Man of Steel, this time attending the Taormina Film Festival, here are pictures from the Photocall and Press Conference:
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Henry attended the Premiere of Man of Steel in Jersey yesterday. Here are pictures, an article where he says how “amazed and delighted” he is with the response about the movie and a video from BBC
Cavill was born in Jersey and attended St Michael’s school until going to boarding school in England, aged 13.
Thousands lined the red carpet on St Helier’s waterfront to see Cavill and co-stars Amy Adams and Russell Crowe.
Cavill said: “I am speechless, the turnout in Jersey, it is amazing coming home and seeing everyone so excited.”
Cavill said the idea to hold a Jersey screening of the film originally came from his father Colin, who asked whether it would be possible.
He said: “It is incredibly important for me, it has brought it home, I have been in New York, Mexico City and London but being here and seeing this has brought it home to me how big an event it is.
“It is fun to be back here at the end of a very long journey or at least the start of a new part of my journey and it is all thanks to Jersey.”
His co-star Russell Crowe, who plays Jor-El, his biological father in the film, said: “When you arrive in Jersey on a day like today there is very little to criticise, it is spectacular, a beautiful spot.
“The energy is fantastic and everyone has wonderful reasons to be here, it is cool.
“The idea of this was just brilliant, they were only going to have Henry but we both put our hands up and said ‘no, no, no, we want to be there.”