‘Man of Steel’ world premiere: Watch Henry Cavill live at 3 p.m.

June 10, 2013 | 1:13 p.m.

Superman fans can watch live as Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and more “Man of Steel” stars walk the red carpet for the film’s premiere today at 3 p.m. PDT (6 p.m. EDT).

“Man of Steel,” set to open in theaters Friday, stars Cavill as the comic book hero. Adams plays Lois Lane, the plucky Daily Planet reporter and love interest for Clark Kent.

Also expected to attend the premiere at New York City’s Alice Tully Hall are Michael Shannon, who plays the villainous General Zod; Kevin Costner, who plays Superman’s adoptive father, Jonathan Kent; Russell Crowe and Ayelet Zurer, who play Superman’s biological father Jor-El and mother Lara Lor-Van, respectively; Laurence Fishburne as Daily Planet editor Perry White; and Antje Traue as Kryptonian warrior Faora-Ul.

The film’s director, Zack Snyder (“300,” “Watchmen”), is also to be in attendance, along with his wife and producer Deborah Snyder, screenwriter David Goyer, composer Hans Zimmer and producers Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas, Chuck Roven, Thomas Tull and John Peters.

During the live stream of the premiere, fans can submit their questions and comments via Twitter using #manofsteel or #manofsteel premiere. The pre-show is set to begin at 2:30 p.m. PDT.

Click through the gallery below for a peek at “Man of Steel.”

Cooper Timberline plays 9-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Kevin Costner, left, as Jonathan Kent and Diane Lane as Martha Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Dylan Sprayberry plays 13-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Dylan Sprayberry plays 13-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, left, and Dylan Sprayberry as 13-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, left, and Dylan Sprayberry as 13-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, left, and Dylan Sprayberry as 13-year-old Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Russell Crowe, left, as Jor-El and Henry Cavill as Clark Kent in "Man of Steel." (Warner Bros.)

Amy Adams as Lois Lane, left, and Henry Cavill as Superman in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Henry Cavill as Clark Kent, left, and Diane Lane as Martha Kent in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, left, and Amy Adams as Lois Lane in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Antje Traue as Faora-Ul, center, and Michael Shannon as General Zod in "Man of Steel." (Warner Bros.)

Amy Adams as Lois Lane, left, Henry Cavill as Superman and Antje Traue as Faora-Ul in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Harry Lennix as Gen. Swanick, left, Christina Wren as Maj. Carrie Farris and Richard Schiff as Dr. Emil Hamilton in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, left, and Rebecca Buller as Jenny in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

Amy Adams as Lois Lane, left, and Christopher Meloni as Col. Nathan Hardy in "Man of Steel." (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)

– Noelene Clark | @NoeleneClark

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3 Responses to ‘Man of Steel’ world premiere: Watch Henry Cavill live at 3 p.m.

  1. Jerrod says:

    Be nice if the feed actually worked right

  2. Lex to the Luthor says:

    The problem with Superman is that he is Godlike in his abilities. The kryptonite plot device was probably introduced because they created a character that no matter the plot twist, in the end nothing can overcome his omnipotent abilities. And when Superman gets in danger, it's a joke. There was always a way for him to avoid the problem because of his super powers, but he didn't for some bizzaro reason and oh no, Superman's in trouble! How can you get excited about this guy? He might as well have a white robe, a beard, sit on a golden throne, and look bored. What's going to happen?!?!?!??! Nothing, he's Superman…………yawn. The only reason Superman was cool when Chris Reeves played him, was because Reeve's made him funny and likable. Superman was charming and witty. So character trait was interesting, the Superman/hero stuff was a big snooze, because NOTHING CAN HURT SUPERMAN!

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