Russell Crowe Teases ‘Man of Steel’ Fight with Michael Shannon

The actor who portrays Jor-El also reveals part of his training regiment for Zack Snyder's superhero tale.
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Russell Crowe Teases ‘Man of Steel’ Fight with Michael Shannon

Production continues in Vancouver on Man of Steel, which is working towards a June 14, 2013 release date. Actor Russell Crowe recently posted an interesting tidbit on his Twitter account, where he reveals a fight scene with Michael Shannon's General Zod. Take a look at what he had to say below.

Russell Crowe Man of Steel Tweet #1

"15km bike ride,umpteen hours fighting Michael Shannon. He's very hard to put down."

On Sunday, the actor also revealed a bit more about the training regiment he is going through for Man of Steel.

Russell Crowe Man of Steel Tweet #2

"+ 1 hr 45 min mix of trad weights/body movement and body movement with weighted objects. Pretty big Sunday all round."

Man of Steel was released June 14th, 2013.

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  • addictionnonfatel • 4 years ago

    Lol! That's funny Russell. It looks more like you've been hitting the Twinkies at the snack cart more so then working out. I called it months ago that you were going to show up to the set pudgy and overweight. You are now just starting to do something about it? I'll say this much, if it weren't for Daniel Day-Lewis portraying historical figure Abe Lincoln in Spielberg's movie "Lincoln" he would definitely be the one portraying Jor El.

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    • cupid • 4 years ago

      This movie is going to be awesome.

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      • messenger • 4 years ago

        @gandoff

        Hahaha, well there are worse things in life.

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        • gandoff • 4 years ago

          @messenger Didn't think about that. :/ But still gets old for me though..lol

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          • messenger • 4 years ago

            @gandoff

            Perhaps sometimes the tweets don't show up on peoples comps?

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            • gandoff • 4 years ago

              Why, when it comes to twitter posts, do they post the Twitter pic of the comments, but retype it out again? I just don't get that.

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