Zach Snyder's Supahman movie just got a legit trailer so now we can see what it actually looks like.
They trumpet Nolan's attachment for obvious reasons, and this looks to be attempting the same move away from campy silliness that his Batman trilogy did. Which on the one hand, yay watchable Superman movie! But on the other hand, Superman's supposed to be a bit more cheerful, and this could very easily end up taking itself too seriously and just be boring as a result. I'm still getting a weird Tree of Life vibe (or at least, the same vibe I got from the Tree of Life's trailers, since I haven't actually seen that movie yet) which intrigues me more than anything else. There is a certain Americana nostalgia aspect to how Superman is seen these days, I think, so that seems like it could be a really interesting way to approach that aspect. It's already looking waay better than Superman Returns, though, and honestly I haven't been a big fan of most of Marvel's movie output (Avengers aside, and even that only in parts) so I'm really looking forward to seeing how this turns out.
Also: having that little squiggly detail on every part of his suit - boots, S, everything - just makes him look like a basketball. So that's cool I guess.