I wish I couldve been there myself but ComingSoon.net did a excellent job with the description and they debuted the teaser poster for the movie which can be seen below.
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MAN OF STEEL!
Silas Lesnick: The logo spins out, filling all the giant screens and changing from steel to the colored one we’ve seen
Silas Lesnick: Zack Snyder has taken the stage
Silas Lesnick: Shooting is completed and it’s all in post-production
Silas Lesnick: He says that, in the past, Superman has been a big blue boy scout on throne.
Silas Lesnick: He wants to make it so he can beat the s–t out of people
Silas Lesnick: We’re about to see footage and Zack is introing.
Silas Lesnick: “There’s a little movie coming out next weekend,” he says.
Silas Lesnick: The teaser will be on THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
This looks VERY different from Superman films of the past
Silas Lesnick: We see flashes of Smallville. The farm house. Clark running in a red cape as a child.
Silas Lesnick: An older, bearded Clark walks a snowy road in an arctic town.
Silas Lesnick: We hear Russell Crowe’s voice talking about children being inspired to greater things
Silas Lesnick: It sounds like it’s cut with Kevin Costner’s voice. Both fathers are giving Clark/Kal advice on how to become who he wants to be
Silas Lesnick: We see Clark being brought to the Kent barn and shown the spaceship that has been hidden there
Silas Lesnick: Clark holds a small piece of metal with the S logo on the end
Silas Lesnick: We’re jumping back and forth through time periods
Silas Lesnick: Clark, as a teen, saved a bus of kids
Silas Lesnick: The bus crashed in the water and we see him swimming, pulling the door off.
Silas Lesnick: “People are afraid of what they don’t understand,” says Costner
Silas Lesnick: We see Clark talking to Jor-El. They’re standing right in front of one another, but I think it’s a holographic projection (though it looks live)
Silas Lesnick: We see Superman in the suit. First from a distance and then walking across a snowy plain
Silas Lesnick: There are flashing of Superman flying and one of him catching someone falling off a building
Silas Lesnick: A single flash of Amy Adams’ Lois Lane
Silas Lesnick: One flash has Superman (in costume) — seemingly in handcuffs — being led down a hallway by a security force
Silas Lesnick: We see Clark (without seeing his face) stepping into an elevator and begin to lift glasses to his face
Silas Lesnick: There’s a flash of Clark, shirtless, with his whole body on fire
Silas Lesnick: Another of him crashing into the bank vault we saw in the first still. It looks like he’s been thrown.
Silas Lesnick: Superman climbing out of a pile of straws
Silas Lesnick: sorry, skulls
Silas Lesnick: And the military turning their weapons on Superman
Silas Lesnick: There’s a major discussion in the narration about the world turning against Superman because they don’t trust him if he ever appears
Silas Lesnick: We also hear a woman’s voice saying “My son saw what Clark did on that bus.”
ComingSoon.net: Any villain shots?
Silas Lesnick: Apparently someone witnessed young Clark as a child saving the bus with his powers
Silas Lesnick: There’s a flash of Zod, but literally so fast you just see his face
Silas Lesnick: Zack is talking about not using the Williams theme because he tried to imagine the film as if no one had ever done Superman before
Silas Lesnick: None of the trademark Snyder shots in the trailer. No slo-mo or shuttery frames
Silas Lesnick: Henry says he loved the Death of Superman arc
Silas Lesnick: in the comics, that is
Silas Lesnick: He also loves Red Son
Silas Lesnick: Someone asked if Henry’s Superman could beat up Christian Bale’s Batman
Silas Lesnick: Zack says, “I love Batman, but let’s be serious.”
ComingSoon.net: Gareth Edwards and Zack Snyder are trending on Twitter. Amazing.
Silas Lesnick: Someone is asking about how relatable General Zod is going to be.
Silas Lesnick: Zack is saying that everyone in the film will be, but he won’t even confirm that Zod is the villain.
Silas Lesnick: “Whoever he is, he’s going to be super-relatable.”
Man of Steel comes to theaters June 2013