Snyder has made a big point to distance this Superman movie from previous incarnations foregoing things like the iconic Superman theme music. However, I feel like it would be a mistake to leave out Zod telling Superman to kneel at some point in the film. I feel like it would be a serious stand up and cheer moment. What does everything think? Will we get a little fan service from Snyder or will he leave it out in order to distance his film from previous versions.
Why bother its one of the most overblown overused cliches when it comes to the character, if they want this movie to be successful they gotta throw all that chessy garbage away, it may alienate the fans but it'd help to be taken more seriously, and if people actually want the DC to pull off the impossible and make a Justive league movie thats just want they need to do, have people take it seriously.
I only want him to say it because my friend showed me this song where the artists sings
"kneel before Zod"
and I laughed. My friend asked what was so funny and I explained who he was. Now because of that song, I want Zod to say it again in this movie. I'm weird like that.
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Michael Shannon said no to this. BUT remember TDKR with Talia? So...yeah...who knows.
And Michael Shannon's Zod got his line in ''I WILL FIND HIM''
"I WILL FIND HIM" is no "KNEEL"
Maybe not, but it'll probably set Michael Shannon's Zod apart from Terrence Stamp's Zod. We'll probably get ''KNEEL'' or something like that.