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All-Star Superman interior. Henry Cavill. Superman Character Facts Powers: super strength, flight, invulnerability, super speed, heat vision, freeze breath, x-ray vision, superhuman hearing, healing factor.
First Appearance. Base of Operations. Related Characters: Lois Lane. Wonder Woman. Green Lantern. Gene Hackman had great one-liners, for instance,"Otis, do you know why the number is so vitally descriptive to both you and I?
Because it's your weight, and my IQ", and the entire cast sat right. The roles fit, the effects for their time were great, and the script was wonderful.
It's amazing to me, that movies like this can still hold up against movies that are made with the gross national product of a small country.
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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Reeve refused,   undertaking a strict physical exercise regime headed by David Prowse.
Prowse had wanted to portray Superman, but was denied an audition by the filmmakers because he was not American.
Prowse also auditioned for Non. Reeve went from to pounds during pre-production and filming. East's lines were overdubbed by Reeve during post-production.
Chris did a good job but it caused tension between us. We resolved our issues with each other years later.
He applied 3 to 4 hours of prosthetic makeup daily to facially resemble Reeve. Principal photography began on March 28, at Pinewood Studios for Krypton scenes, budgeted as the most expensive film ever made at that point.
Since Superman was being shot simultaneously with Superman II , filming lasted nineteen months, until October Filming was originally scheduled to last between seven and eight months, but problems arose during production.
John Barry served as production designer , while Stuart Craig and Norman Reynolds worked as art directors. Derek Meddings and Les Bowie were credited as visual effects supervisors.
Vic Armstrong was hired as the stunt coordinator and Reeve's stunt double ; his wife Wendy Leech was Kidder's double.
Superman was also the final complete film by cinematographer Geoffrey Unsworth , who died during post-production while working on Tess for director Roman Polanski.
Due to complications and problems during filming, Warner Bros. Brooklyn Heights was also used. Production moved to Alberta for scenes set in Smallville , with the cemetery scene filmed in the canyon of Beynon, Alberta , the high school football scenes at Barons, Alberta , and the Kent farm constructed at Blackie, Alberta.
Creative consultant Tom Mankiewicz reflected, "Donner never got a budget or a schedule. He was constantly told he was way over schedule and budget.
At one point he said, 'Why don't you just schedule the film for the next two days, and then I'll be nine months over? Lester was offered producing credit but refused, going uncredited for his work.
He won a lot of his lawsuits, but each time he sued the Salkinds in one country, they'd move to another, from Costa Rica to Panama to Switzerland.
When I was hired, Lester told me, 'Don't do it. Don't work for them. I was told not to, but I did it. Now I'm telling you not to, but you'll probably do it and end up telling the next guy.
I didn't trust Lester, and I told him. He said, 'Believe me, I'm only doing it because they're paying me the money that they owe me from the lawsuit.
I'll never come onto your set unless you ask me; I'll never go to your dailies. If I can help you in any way, call me.
It was decided to stop shooting Superman II and focus on finishing Superman. Donner commented, "I decided if Superman is a success, they're going to do a sequel.
If it ain't a success, a cliffhanger ain't gonna bring them to see Superman II. Superman contains large-scale visual effects sequences.
The Golden Gate Bridge scale model stood 70 feet long and 20 feet wide. Slow motion was used to simulate the vast amount of water for the Hoover Dam destruction.
The Fortress of Solitude was a combination of a full-scale set and matte paintings. The car crashes on the Golden Gate Bridge were a mixture of models and stunt drivers on a disused runway.
Young Clark Kent 's long-distance football punt was executed with a wooden football loaded into an air blaster placed in the ground.
The Superman costume was to be a much darker blue, but the use of blue screen made it transparent. For landings and take-offs, wire flying riggings were devised and used.
On location, these were suspended from tower cranes, whereas in the studio elaborate rigs were suspended from the studio ceilings.
Some of the wire-flying work was quite audacious—the penultimate shot where Superman flies out of the prison yard, for example. Counterweights and pulleys were typically used to achieve flying movement, rather than electronic or motorized devices.
The thin wires used to suspend Reeve were typically removed from the film in post-production using rotoscope techniques, although this wasn't necessary in all shots in certain lighting conditions or when Superman is very distant in the frame, the wires were more or less imperceptible.
For stationary shots where Superman is seen flying toward or away from the camera, blue screen matte techniques were used.
Reeve would be photographed suspended against a blue screen. While a special device made his cape flap to give the illusion of movement, the actor himself would remain stationary save for banking his body.
The blue background would then be photochemically removed and Reeve's isolated image would be 'inserted' into a matted area of a background plate shot.
The zoom-ins or zoom-outs would give the appearance of flying away or toward the contents of the background plate. The disparity in lighting and color between the matted image and the background plate, the occasional presence of black matte lines where the matte area and the matted image—in this case, Superman—do not exactly match up , and the slightly unconvincing impression of movement achieved through the use of zoom lenses is characteristic of these shots.
Where the shot is tracking with Superman as he flies such as in the Superman and Lois Metropolis flying sequence , front projection was used. The result was a very clear and intense photographic reproduction of both the actors and the background plate, with far less image deterioration or lighting problems than occur with rear projection.
A technique was developed that combined the front projection effect with specially designed zoom lenses. For scenes where Superman interacts with other people or objects while in flight, Reeve and actors were put in a variety of rigging equipment with careful lighting and photography.
The highly reflective costumes worn by the Kryptonians are made of the same 3M material used for the front projection screens and were the result of an accident during Superman flying tests.
There was a little light on each camera, and it would project into a mirror, bounce out in front of the lens, hit the costume, [and] millions of little glass beads would light up and bring the image back into the camera.
He dropped out over scheduling conflicts, and John Williams was hired. Williams conducted the London Symphony Orchestra to record the soundtrack.
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Adult Contemporary chart, as well as making lesser appearances on the corresponding Canadian charts. It was also a very minor hit on the U. Country chart, reaching Both Williams' and McGovern's singles contained theme music from the score.
On February 15, , La-La Land Records released the fully expanded restoration of Williams' score as part of the film's 40th anniversary. Superman is divided into three basic sections, each having a distinct theme and visual style.
The first segment, set on Krypton, is meant to be typical of science fiction films , but also lays the groundwork for an analogy that emerges in the relationship between Jor-El and Kal-El.
The second segment, set in Smallville, is reminiscent of s films, and its small-town atmosphere is meant to evoke a Norman Rockwell painting.
The third and largest segment, set mostly in Metropolis, was an attempt to present the superhero story with as much realism as possible what Donner called "verisimilitude" , relying on traditional cinematic drama and using only subtle humor instead of a campy approach.
In each of the three acts, the mythic status of Superman is enhanced by events that recall the hero's journey or monomyth as described by Joseph Campbell.
Each act has a discernible cycle of "call" and journey. The journey is from Krypton to Earth in the first act, from Smallville to the Fortress of Solitude in the second act, and then from Metropolis to the whole world in the third act.
Many have noted the examples of apparent Christian symbolism. Donner, Tom Mankiewicz and Ilya Salkind have commented on the use of Christian references to discuss the themes of Superman.
Several concepts and items of imagery have been used in Biblical comparisons. Kal-El comes to Jonathan and Martha Kent , who are unable to have children.
Martha Kent states, "All these years how we've prayed and prayed that the good Lord would see fit to give us a child", which was compared to the Virgin Mary.
Just as little is known about Jesus during his middle years, Clark travels into the wilderness to find out who he is and what he has to do.
Jor-El says, "Live as one of them, Kal-El, to discover where your strength and power are needed. But always hold in your heart the pride of your special heritage.
They can be a great people, Kal-El, and they wish to be. They only lack the light to show the way. For this reason above all, their capacity for good, I have sent them you, my only son.
Another vision was that of The Creation of Adam. The Christian imagery in the Reeve films has provoked comment on the Jewish origins of Superman.
He's Woody Allen. Superman instead takes the advice of Jonathan Kent, his father on Earth. Superman was originally scheduled to be released in June , the 40th anniversary of Action Comics 1 , which first introduced Superman, but the problems during filming pushed the film back by six months.
Editor Stuart Baird reflected, "Filming was finished in October and it is a miracle we had the film released two months later.
Big-budgeted films today tend to take six to eight months. But at some point, you've gotta turn the picture over. Superman premiered at the Uptown Theater in Washington, D.
The film set a new all-time U. It was also Warner Bros. The website's critical consensus reads, " Superman deftly blends humor and gravitas, taking advantage of the perfectly cast Reeve to craft a loving, nostalgic tribute to an American pop culture icon.
I got chills. Chris Reeve has just the right touch of humor. He really is Superman. Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four stars.
He praised Reeve, stating that he "sells the role; wrong casting here would have sunk everything", and concluded that the film "works so well because of its wit and its special effects".
Good performances. Sloppy editing. Cheap nonflying special effects. Funny dialog. In sum, 'Superman' is the kind of picture critics tear apart, but still say, 'You ought to see it.
This is the definitive corporate film. It is best when it takes itself seriously, worst when it takes the easy way out in giggly camp.
When Lex Luthor enters the action, Hackman plays the arch-villain like a hairdresser left over from a TV skit. Writing in a retrospective review, James Berardinelli believed "there's no doubt that it's a flawed movie, but it's one of the most wonderfully entertaining flawed movies made during the s.
It's exactly what comic book fans hoped it would be. Perhaps most heartening of all, however, is the message at the end of the credits announcing the impending arrival of Superman II.
He also argued that the film should have adhered more to the spirit of Mario Puzo's original script, and referred to the first three Superman films collectively as "simply puffed-up TV episodes.
While, by contract, Richard Donner had major editorial control over what was theatrically released, the Salkinds had editorial control on what was shown outside of theaters.
This was the result of deals that had been made between the producers and the ABC television network prior to the film's release.
Financially, the more footage that was restored for television, the more revenue that could be made for the broadcast the producers charged by the minute for every bit of footage added back in.
During production of the film, Alexander and Ilya Salkind had been relegated to having to sell more and more of their rights back to Warner Bros.
So by , when the television rights reverted to the Salkinds, the producers had already prepared a 3-hour and 8-minute version that actually had been the first version of the film visually locked-down prior to being re-edited for theatrical release.
This extended cut, which would be utilized for worldwide television distribution, reincorporated some 45 minutes of footage and music deleted from the theatrical cut.
Networks and stations could then re-edit their own version at their discretion. This edit is commonly known as the "Salkind International Television Cut".
ABC aired the broadcast television debut of Superman over two nights in February , with a majority of the unused footage. The minute network cut which was slightly cut down for content was repeated in November of that same year, this time in its entirety in one evening.
The remaining two ABC broadcasts were presented in its original theatrical version. When the TV rights reverted to Warner Bros.
When the movie entered the syndication  market in following a play-out run on pay cable   TV stations were offered the extended cut or the theatrical cut.
The stations that showed the extended cut  edited the second half to add more advertising time and "previously on Television syndicated the full minute international television version, most famously on Los Angeles station KCOP.
The most notable additions unseen on U. There were various extended TV versions each broadcast in various countries. Most of these are in pan and scan , as they were made in the s, when films were not letterboxed to preserve the theatrical aspect ratio on old TVs.