The Great Ex-Cape: From Superman to The Atom, Brandon Routh on the Ups and Downs of Saving the World

In 2006, Producer/Director Bryan Singer what might well be regarded as the most successful flop in Hollywood history: “Superman Returns.” Filmed for nearly a year on location in Australia, the film debuted at number one at the box office, and would go on to make $390 million worldwide (on a $200 million budget), receive two Oscar nominations, and win five Saturn Awards.

Warner Bros, however, never looked upon the film as a success.

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