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Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
December 1: Richard Pryor, Gus Gorman in Superman III, born in Peoria, Illinois in 1940.
December 1: Joanne Siegel, wife of Jerry Siegel and the original model for Lois Lane, born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1917.
December 2: Man of Steel released in the UK to Blu-ray and DVD.
December 8: Teri Hatcher, Lois Lane on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, born in 1964.
December 10: Richard Pryor, Gus Gorman in Superman III, dies of a heart attack in Encino, Los Angeles, California in 2005.
December 12: Sarah Douglas, Ursa in Superman: The Movie and Superman II, born in 1952.
December 15: Artist Kurt Shaffenberger (Lois Lane, Superboy) born in 1920.
December 15: Helen Slater, star of Supergirl, born in 1963.
December 29: John Haymes Newton, star of the 1st season of the Superboy TV series, born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1965.
December 30: Kristin Kreuk, Lana Lang on Smallville, born in Vancouver, B.C, Canada in 1982.
June 17, 2011: The Marriage of Lois & Clark - Is it Over?
When asked whether the marriage of Lois Lane and Clark Kent/Superman would still be part of continuity after DC's relaunch of the DC Universe in September, Dan DiDio told NBC's Popcornbiz, "Let's just say it's being reexamined, because it's something that I think is something that is so valuable to the character's story that you really want to explore all facets of it. Not just as it exists currently."
As we all know, the marriage of these two beloved characters was a huge event in the mid-1990s, with the story taking place both in the comics and on TV's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman".
"I think what you're going to see is a lot of big changes for Superman," says Didio. "We really went back to the core of the character, and more importantly, we got somebody in Grant Morrison, who's really taking the character and reinventing him so you feel a real contemporary tone, a really contemporary time, but still staying true to the core. I think it's so important for us to make sure Superman stays as relevant today as he did when he first was created back in the '30s."