Superman Man of Steel
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Superman is getting a new show on Warner Bros.’ CW network, but so far, the big screen has proven to be his kryptonite.
The box office flop of “Justice League,” along with negative reviews for a majority of films that included America’s favorite hero in blue in the last 20 years, have created a noticeable struggle for the iconic DC-Warner Bros. character in theaters.
Most recently, Superman was featured on CW’s “Crisis on Infinite Earth” television series, a well-received crossover event between multiple DC Comics characters and alternate versions of themselves. One Superman, played by Tyler Hoechlin, will star alongside Elizabeth Tulloch in the spin off series, “Superman and Lois.” Yet, despite CW’s ability to create well-received content centered around some of DC’s most beloved characters, Warner Bros., owned by telecom and entertainment giant AT&T, has struggled to receive the same acclaim in theaters.
In all fairness, Warner Bros. and…