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Submitted by feedluster 654d ago | news

Death of Superman Lives: A Documentary With Kickstarter Help

Nerdluster writes: In 1998 Tim Burton was slated to begin work on producing & directing a Superman film that would introduce an entirely new audience to the heroic Kal-El and his newsman alter ego Clark Kent. The project was canned shortly after it started planning & production but many pieces of concept art, prototypes, and even scripts survived the house cleaning. To this day rumors of the project surface every now and then each with bits of the concept art as proof of how far along the project actually was. (Death of Superman Lives, Indie film)

Kevin ButIer  +   654d ago
Kickstarter is doing amazing things for creative people, so many projects being funded thanks to this tool!
arukas  +   653d ago
Wow, just telling is a Burton's project plus the creative vision of Kickstarter... awesome! I'll buy the blu ray in a couple of years for sure

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