Superman 2

Superman 2 Release Date: 1980 - Warner Bros. Cast: Gene Hackman - Lex Luthor, Christopher Reeve - Superman/Clark Kent, Ned Beatty - Otis, Jackie Cooper - Perry White, Sarah Douglas - Ursa, Margot Kidder - Lois Lane, Jack O'Halloran - Non, Valerie Perrine - Eve Teschmacher, Susannah York - Lara, Clifton James - Sheriff, E.G. Marshall - The President, Marc McClure - Jimmy Olsen, Terence Stamp - General Zod, Leueen Willoughby - Leueen, Robin Pappas - Alice. Summary: Picking up where "Superman The Movie" left off, three criminals from the planet Krypton are released from the Phantom Zone by a nuclear explosion in space. They descend upon Earth where their formidable power ensures them that they will finally rule. Superman, meanwhile, is in love with Lois Lane, who finds out who he really is. Once the beans are spilled, Supes decides he wants to give up being the man of steel and settle down with Lois. After a discussion on the birds and bees with his holographic Mom--long dead, but somehow interactive for this crucial moment, he accomplishes de-superfication with help from a crystal phone.
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Brendan Fraser Reflects on J.J. Abrams' Superman Script and Being Offered the Role of The Man of Steel

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Singer Cited for Stalling Superman Sequel

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