When we told you about this movie a few years back, all we had to go on was one photo of Cage in the suit and some plot details from a clearly traumatized Kevin Smith, who wrote one version of the script. This wasn't enough for filmmaker Jon Schnepp, so he created a full-length documentary recounting the entire $190 million debacle called The Death of Superman Lives, which features interviews with Smith, Burton, Cage, and other people who were aboard this cinematic Hindenburg before it went down in flames. Not only that, but he also scored some concept art, special effect tests, and footage from the original film's production. Behold Nic Cage flying in the trailer:
"Able to leap a producer's coke party in a single bound!"
And holy shit there's more where that came from. Other highlights include: polar bear fights, a Kryptonian cyborg, and a giant mechanical spider attacking Lois Lane in a pit of webs. You can not only watch this thing in the near future, but actually help finish it by crowdfunding its post-production in exchange for action figures and shirts, along with getting to be (to some minor degree) a player in the ever-winding burlesque of hysteria that is Nicolas Cage's personal world.