Man Of Steel

Man Of Steel


Man Of Steel


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Man of Steel is an upcoming American superhero film directed by Zack Snyder, produced by Christopher Nolan, and scripted by David S. Goyer. Based on the DC Comics character Superman, the film will be a reboot of the Superman film series, portraying the character's origin story. The film stars Henry Cavill in the title role, with Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, and Russell Crowe as Jor-El.

Development of Man of Steel began in 2008 when Warner Bros. Pictures took pitches from comic book writers, screenwriters and directors, opting to reboot the franchise. In 2009, a court ruling resulted in Jerry Siegel's family recapturing the rights to Superman's origins and Siegel's copyright. The decision stated that Warner Bros. did not owe the families additional royalties from previous films, but if they did not begin production on a Superman film by 2011, then the Shuster and Siegel estates would be able to sue for lost revenue on an unproduced film. Nolan pitched Goyer's idea after story discussion on The Dark Knight Rises. Snyder was hired as director in October 2010. Principal photography started in August 2011 in West Chicago before moving to Plano and Vancouver. The film is scheduled to be released on June 14, 2013, in conventional, 3D and IMAX theaters.


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It's not a bird and it's not a plane. It's the all new Superman slot! Play 50 lines of super-reels for your chance to save the world and win big.


The Game
The game is a five-reel, four row slot machine with a bonus feature to multiply your winnings. During the regular play, the goal is to achieve a winning combination of symbols on any of the selectable lines. Payouts depend on the bet per line played and the winning combination of symbols achieved.
The theoretical average return to player
(RTP) is 95.41%
Play 1 to 50 lines
LINES can be changed by using the (-) and (+) buttons
BET amount can be changed by using the (-) and (+) buttons
SPIN begins the game with the current BET and LINES
Payouts are displayed in the INFO
Payline wins are multiplied by the amount bet per line
Highest win amount is paid on each selected payline
Scatter wins are multiplied by total bet and added to payline wins except when playing the Bonus Bet
Feature wins are added to scatter and payline wins
Win combinations pay from left to right only except Scattered Logo
Superman substitutes for all symbols except Scattered Logo
The prize is doubled when Superman substitutes in a winning combination
Malfunction voids all pays and plays
The Bonus Bet is activated by playing 50 lines plus 10 extra coins
The Save the World Feature is only available when Bonus Bet is activated
When the Bonus Bet is activated, scatter prizes are multiplied by 50 and the bet per line
10 Superman Free Games are awarded when Superman appears on Reels 2, 3 and 4
During each Free Game, an expanded Superman will appear at random on any reel
During the Free Games, all wins with Superman substituting are multiplied by up to 5
Superman Free Games cannot be retriggered
Free Games are played at the lines and bet of the trigger game
Free Game wins are added to payline and scatter wins
The Save the World Feature is triggered when the Bonus Bet is activated and 3 or more Scattered Logos appear
Superman must make his way through a meteor shower and destroy missiles to win prizes
Once Superman reaches Earth, choose one of the three lead-lined doors
One door leads to a room full of kryptonite, ending the feature
One door leads to a room of hostages - Superman will rescue them to win a prize
One door leads to Lex Luthor - Superman will capture him and win up to 100 times the triggering bet
The Save the World Feature cannot be triggered during the Superman Free Games

The Lines and Bet that you want to play can be adjusted through the (-) and (+) buttons alongside the respective options. Note: You can also select the amount of lines you wish to play by clicking on the line tag number on the side of the reels.
Spin: to spin the reels.
Autoplay: There is an auto play function available that will start each spin automatically until either something occurs that requires your intervention or the number of set spins expires. Select your desired number of spins using the increase and decrease buttons. Click 'Stop' to cancel auto play.
Info: to access pay awards for winning symbol combinations. Also contain the rules for the game.
The game displays all your game details in the following display fields:
Balance: shows your balance - expressed in the currency of your account - and will depend on the amount you chose to take into the game.
Bet: shows the bet per line to be played.
Line: shows the amount of line(s) to be played.
Paid: shows the amount won in the spin
Total Bet/Stake: is the total wager staked. Basically the Bet multiplied by the amount of lines being played.


Superman is a fictional character, a comic book superhero widely considered to be an American cultural icon.

Created by American writer Jerry Siegel and Canadian-born artist Joe Shuster in 1932 while both were living in Cleveland, Ohio, and sold to Detective Comics, Inc. in 1938, the character first appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 30, 1938) and subsequently appeared in various radio serials, television programs, films, newspaper strips, and video games.

With the success of his adventures, Superman helped to create the superhero genre and establish its primacy within the American comic book.

The character's appearance is distinctive and iconic: a red, blue and yellow costume, complete with cape, like a circus costume, with a stylized "S" shield on his chest.

This shield is now typically used across media to symbolize the character.

The original story of Superman relates that he was born Kal-El on the planet Krypton, before being rocketed to Earth as an infant by his scientist father Jor-El, moments before Krypton's destruction. Discovered and adopted by a Kansas farmer and his wife, the child is raised as Clark Kent and imbued with a strong moral compass. Very early he started to display superhuman abilities, which upon reaching maturity he resolved to use for the benefit of humanity.

While referred to less than flatteringly as "the big blue Boy Scout" by some of his fellow superheroes, Superman is hailed as "The Man of Steel", "The Man of Tomorrow", and "The Last Son of Krypton" by the general public within the comics. As Clark Kent, Superman lives among humans as a "mild-mannered reporter" for the Metropolis newspaper Daily Planet (Daily Star in the earliest stories). There he works alongside reporter Lois Lane, with whom he is romantically linked. This relationship has been consummated by marriage on numerous occasions across various media, and this union is now firmly established within mainstream comics' continuity.

DC Comics/Warner Bros. slowly expanded the character's supporting cast, powers, and trappings throughout the years. Superman's backstory was altered to allow for adventures as Superboy, and other survivors of Krypton were created, including Supergirl and Krypto the Superdog. In addition, Superman has been licensed and adapted into a variety of media, from radio to television and film, perhaps most notably portrayed by Christopher Reeve in Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie in 1978, which garnered critical praise and became Warner Bros.' most successful feature film of its time. The motion picture Superman Returns was released in 2006, with a performance at the international box office which exceeded expectations. In the seven decades since Superman's debut, the character has been revamped and updated several times.

A significant overhaul occurred in 1986, when John Byrne revamped and "retconned" the character, reducing Superman's powers and erasing several characters from the canon, in a move that attracted media attention. Press coverage was again garnered by DC Comics in the 1990s with The Death of Superman, a storyline which saw the character killed and later restored to life.
Superman has fascinated scholars, with cultural theorists, commentators, and critics alike exploring the character's impact and role in the United States and the rest of the world. Umberto Eco discussed the mythic qualities of the character in the early 1960s, and Larry Niven has pondered the implications of a sexual relationship the character might enjoy with Lois Lane. The character's ownership has often been the subject of dispute, with Siegel and Shuster twice suing for the return of legal ownership. The copyright is again currently in dispute, with changes in copyright law allowing Siegel's wife and daughter to claim a share of the copyright, a move DC parent company Warner Bros. disputes. (Credit: Wikipedia).