StarAccess Event | Man of Steel

Man of Steel NEW

This week, we have passes for the upcoming epic superhero film, Man of Steel. To win your free pass to the advance screening in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD, you MUST be a StarAccess movie club member and answer our trivia question below.


If you enter the contest WITHOUT StarAccess Membership, you will NOT be considered for passes to this promotion!!!!


Clark Kent is an alien whom after being transported to Earth from the dying planet of Krypton, was adopted as a child by Jonathan and Martha Kent. Raised with the values of his adoptive parents, he feels alienated because of his unique super powers and struggles to find his own place in life. When the world is attacked, he becomes the hero named Superman to protect Earth and its people.

Directed by Zack Snyder (300, The Watchmen), produced by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception), and scripted by David S. Goyer, the film stars Henry Cavill in the title role, with Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, and Russell Crowe as Jor-El.

To make our past distribution more equitable, winners are only eligible to win once every 15 days!

All entrants need to be StarAccess members (if you have already joined, you don’t need to submit another application) AND submit their FULL NAME, your SCREENING MARKET and answer to the following question for a chance to win!

“This is the first Superman feature film that doesn’t incorporate the word “Superman” in its title. Which other DC Comics film did this first?”

We will contact the winners at the conclusion of the contest.

Man of Steel opens in theaters on June 14, 2013

Check out the trailer for the film, below:

152 thoughts on “StarAccess Event | Man of Steel

  1. The Dark Knight didn’t have ‘Batman’ in the title either.

    DC Market please.

  2. Other DC Comics hat did not have the superhero’s name within movie titles consist of ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ for not having ‘Batman’ anywhere in the film titles.

    Devin Crawford
    Passes for Baltimore, MD please.

  3. Constantine (Hellblazer), which was a DC/Vertigo comic was released in 2005, but The Dark Knight (Batman) was an actual DC comic. Baltimore market please, Amanda Chambers

  4. The Dark Knight & The Dark Knight Rises (Batman)
    Tiffany English, Baltimore

  5. Forrest McCaffrey III

    The Dark Knight
    Baltimore market please

  6. I’m probably not eligible since I just won passes to The Purge, but this is the first time I’ve been excited about Superman, so I really want to see this one. (DC Market as usual)

    Trivia answer: I’m thinking that would have to be The Dark Knight.

  7. Christine Ochoa
    Washington, DC venue, please
    Reply: The Dark Knight

  8. The Dark Knight
    Baltimore/ Hanover market please
    Thank you and have a great day,

  9. Name: Michael Mak
    Screening Market: Baltimore, MD
    Answer: The Dark Knight
    Thank you!

  10. Two fold: Constantine (Hellblazer was a DC/Vertigo Comic) and The Dark Knight (Batman was DC only)
    Washington DC Market

  11. Most definitely “The Dark Knight,” which was the first Batman film without “Batman” in the title.
    Charles Talbott
    Baltimore, MD Market

  12. Brian Payne
    Washington DC market
    The Dark Knight or The Dark Knight rises.

  13. Maria Brooks
    Hanover/Baltimore Market.

    The Dark Night is the fist DC comic film to not incorporate the superhero’s name in its title.

  14. Matthew Crowder
    DC Screening

    Batman was the first to not have the name in the Title (The Dark Knight)

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