Kevin Costner and Diane Lane are interviewed about their new movie 'Man Of Steel' in which they play Superman's adoptive parents Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent. They talk about Henry Cavill as Superman, their childhood experiences of Superman and why Zack Snyder was the perfect director.
Talking about Henry's appeal as Superman, Diane says, 'He's very present and he cares. He brings all of himself to whatever he does and I think that's learned so he was raised well, I give his parents the credit.' Kevin then adds, 'He looks the part and that's really important.' In spite of enjoying his time in the movie, Kevin insists he never enjoyed Superman as a kid. 'I didn't buy into it. I'm more of a realist', he confesses, while Diane recalls, 'I grew up with the black and white television show with George Reeves in the late morning. I knew that everytime I watched it I was late for school and I didn't care because that was my priority.' On Zack Snyder, Diane says he's 'got so much heart' and always asked the 'believable question'. 'I think if someone says they're gonna reinvent something they better do it and not everyone in the world can do that', Kevin says. 'He's smart about it. He can do it.'
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