If you have a webcam, a good quality microphone, and like to have your opinions heard, I want your thoughts on the following subject:

Chris Nolan is rebooting the Superman movie franchise (again), and early talk on the street is he is going after an unknown to play the Man of Steel.  Do you agree that someone audiences have never heard of should make you believe a man can fly (again)?  Or, is there someone else who should be cast in the role?

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  1. Make it look and sound good
      • 640×480 pixel aspect
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      • File size should be less than 3MB in size
      1. Make your argument one minute or less
      2. send your submission to podcast@majorspoilers.com

      Again, it’s just an experiment to see what might be possible down the road as we slide into another year of the Major Spoilers Experience.


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      1. I would really go back with Brandon Routh. He did a decent job as Superman and I don’t know if going with another unknown actor would be worth it. It wasn’t his fault the plot could have been more supervillianous than Luthor. We could have had Darkseid, Brainiac, or anyone from the JLA gallery of villains. Hopefully the reboot will tie into the Justice League in someway so that movie will start to piece together after Green Lantern gets released.

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