Spacey looks aces as Luthor, btu I still have worries other Routh and Bosworth. The Pirates trailer has me far more amped. Davy Jones plays the organ with his beard, fer cryin' out loud!
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Geez, is that the kid from "Not Another Teen Movie" as Jimmy Olson?
EDIT: The same kid from "Jungle 2 Jungle" too? Amazing.
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I'm a little disappointed that they're going the Hackman route with the Luthor character (as far as the trailer indicates anyway), but that's swayed by my love of the character in the JLU series and what D.C. Comics has done with him in the past year. Spacey's one of my favorite actors though, so I believe he's good enough to change my mind once I see the movie.
What does bother me, though, is Lois Lane's character having a kid. With someone else! For me, it takes some of the sting out of her character, who in this movie seems too young to be a career-obsessed no-nonsense chick with a kid. But more importantly, it's not Kal-El's. And if it is, then Kal-El has an illegitimate child - BLASPHEMY!
Just a minor complaint, and I'm holding out hope that the actual movie will justify the presence of the child.
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The shrimp joke was going a long way for a punchline that was...eh. The self-referential jokes about the cutaways was probably the best part of the episode. I thought the plot had promise, but they didn't really follow through.