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Action Shaquille O'Neal in Steel () Judd Nelson in Steel () Ray J and Steel's armor is supposed to be made from steel which he's forged himself. Steel is a American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The film stars Shaquille O'Neal as John Henry Irons and his. 17 Feb Irons dons the suit and becomes known as the superhero Steel, who kicks criminal posterior all over the city with his impenetrable get-up and.
Basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal ("Kazaan") sheds his hi-tops for a dazzling suit of battle armor as the latest and greatest DC Comics superhero to wage. 11 Jun was a pretty weird time for DC in terms of movies. Steel is, of course, ostensibly a Superman character, but it had been ten years since. Steel summary of box office results, charts and release information and related links.
Opening Weekend: $Final Box Office: $ million. 12 Feb The 90s were the testing ground that made the golden age of superhero films we are living in possible. The gigantic success of Tim Burton's. With awesome weaponry and big-hearted style, NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal unleases a "Shaq Attack" of heroics and humor in this jovial action/adventure. 26 Jan Black superheroes are coming at you from left to right in Marvel and DC's latest films. But there's plenty more outside of the big two as well. 13 Apr In Warner Brothers made a live action movie based on this In the case of Steel we have a respected television director trying to create a.
18 Sep It truly was abominable to see the lack of continuity between the death of Superman and Steel rising, because to most people, I'm sure he looks. 27 Jun In , Shaquille O'Neal scuttled his (to that point) successful film career by starring in Steel, the comic book movie that really should not exist. Steel (). Updated 6 months ago. Shaq starring in his own superhero movie? What could go wrong! Turns out, plenty. Joe and Matt watch and discuss 'Steel'. Interestingly Bossier and Steel were not aware of Piccolomini's scepticism until their own work was well advanced, cf. (Steel , [note 15 below])