Ben Affleck's Superman Film Gets Title Change
Distributors Focus Features were forced to give up the original title after Warner Bros - who produces the Superman film franchise, including the upcoming Superman Returns - threatened to sue.
Reeves, who played the Man Of Steel in the 1951 feature film Superman and the Mole-Men and the 1950s TV series Adventures of Superman, died of a gunshoot wound in June 1959. While the cause of his death was ruled suicide, friends and family suspected he may have been murdered.
Hollywoodland, directed by Allen Coulter, also stars Adrien Brody, Diane Lane and Bob Hoskins and hits theaters this year.
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