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YouTube Magicians Return Color to "Man of Steel"

Not everybody was a super fan of Zack Snyder's first Superman film, "Man of Steel." One thing many took umbrage with was what a dark take on the character it was. Not just because he snapped Zod's neck at the end, but because the actual film was so darned dark.

A YouTube channel called VideoLab has taken it upon themselves to rectify the situation by returning color to the film. Thus, Superman's iconic costume actually looks blue and red, as opposed to the greenish-blue and maroon resulting from the heavy desaturation. The video also makes some suggestions about what the color graders working on "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" should consider when working on the new film.

Check it out below.

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