Rhino has post more clips from the Superman Returns soundtrack, which hits stores on June 27th, with the movie opening later that same evening in theaters.
Also, Warner Bros./AOL/In2TV released this announcement about the Man of Steel coming to In2TV:
Timed to coincide with the upcoming release of Superman Returns (in theatres June 28th,) Warner Bros. and AOL today launched a special Superman Channel on In2TV to celebrate the Man of Steel. In2TV is the largest offering of popular television series available online for free and the destination for watching full TV episodes. The Superman Channel is available now through the end of July 2006.
In2TV’s Superman Channel will also feature the new A&E documentary “Look, Up In the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman,” directed by Bryan Singer, in its online and on-demand debut. The documentary, narrated by Superman Returns star Kevin Spacey, features behind-the-scenes clips of Superman Returns; Superman fans Jerry Seinfeld, Gene Simmons and Mark Hamill; comic book legend Stan Lee and much, much more.
Also on the Superman Channel:
The Adventures of Superman — “Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, it’s Superman!” The quintessential TV series starring George Reeves is back. Fans can reconnect with the original live action version of America’s favorite superhero in his never-ending battle for truth, justice and the American way.
Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman — The recent popular sci-fi television series romantically unites the fantastic duo while exploring the odd love relationship that develops between a modern career woman who falls head-over-heals for Superman while not realizing that he is also her best friend, Clark Kent. Starring Teri Hatcher (“Desperate Housewives”) and Dean Cain (“Las Vegas,”) fans can see how the couple works out their differences in this sexy take on the classic superhero. Look for guest stars including Howie Mandel (“Deal or No Deal,”) Jonathan Frakes (“Star Trek: The Next Generation,”) and rock-n-roll legend Roger Daltrey (The Who).
Superboy — Before Smallville there was the first television interpretation of a young Clark Kent which premiered in 1988. Fans join Clark during his college-years at Shuster University. The mild-mannered journalism student battles his arch-nemesis, Lex Luther, while trying to sweep Lana Lang off her feet. Loved by gen-Xers, see how the Superboy series successfully introduces “Superman” arch-villains Metallo and Bizzaro!
Max Fleischer’s Superman Cartoons — Everybody’s favorite Superman cartoons originally appeared in movie theaters as shorts before airing on television. Max Fleischer is the granddaddy of the animated short. He made the first animated shorts with sound and produced the beloved Popeye and Betty Boop cartoons. His designs on this Superman series were so revolutionary they influenced the look of many superhero cartoons to follow.
DVD’s of the A&E documentary, “Look, Up In the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman,” will go on sale on June 20th.
Source: Superhero Hype!