Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Neo_Version 7, Jan 30, 2011.
Needs a cod piece.
horrible. it just looks uncomfortable.
I hope it's some kind of transitional costume. Maybe by the film's end he will be wearing a more traditional one.
Suit looks awesome. Are the actor's guns really that big or is there any muscle built in to that suit? I'm not familiar with the guy playing superman.
He's fairly built, but I suspect the costume has been designed to enhance what he has. Padding here and there, plus the shading helps a lot.
Yeah, I was about to say....
It's his abs coming through that though - look at the one where he's flexing as opposed to the last shot. There's more of his definition coming through that suit than I had initially thought at least.
On another note... please, Lord - no!
Still looking super but I wish he was about 4 inches taller.
now THAT is what Superman should look like.
I would imagine that it's not a transitional costume given all that detail around the back/legs. I'm not a fan of it (the back detail), but you probably won't even see it with that big ass cape.
I think the red of the cape will more than make up for the lack of red underoos.
Having that rubbery stuff behind the knees must be uncomfortable. Poor Clark, sitting at his desk at the Planet, all bunched up.
The suit looks odd without the trunks. Too much blue. And why does he have an eyeball above his area?
Cavill's already much more convincing than Routh.
It could use a red belt.
Surely the real question SF is asking itself is who will tailor Clark's wardrobe?
Just reminds me of this for some reason.
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Reminds me of that Superman because of the hair, just slightly shorter.
I'd love to see Clark in Tom Ford, although considering Clark Kent is supposed to be sartorially challenged, maybe a boxy Alfani or Hugo Boss suit will do.
Also, I really hope they put the shield on his cape.
^ I've never thought Clark was meant to be challenged, merely sort of uptight. Christopher Reeve had an excellent buttondown collar at one point:
Clark usually struck me as neatly dressed; a traditionalist, really:
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