Sorry BDSers, looks like you can't go see the new Superman movie "Man of Steel," as there's one of the inhuman monsters also known as Israelis performing in it:
Ayelet Zurer is considered one of Israel’s most successful film actress exports, landing sizable roles in movies like “Vantage Point” and “Angels and Demons.” Now, playing Superman’s biological mom in the much-anticipated new film, “Man of Steel,” she’s embarking on her first big blockbuster debut.Zurer snagged the role of Lora Lor-Van, a high-ranking historian on the planet of Krypton who arranges a mating with Superman’s scientist father, Jor-El, played by Russell Crowe. With the help of robotic surgeons who remove genetic material from the couple and place it into a birthing matrix, Superman/Clark Kent is born.What a bummer, it looks like it's going to be really good too...
The Tel Aviv-born actress has been working the press junkets with a slew of the Hollywood A-listers featured in the movie, including Kevin Costner and Amy Adams. Zurer’s slightly less than perfect English was recently a topic of discussion on Channel 10’s “Good Evening with Guy Pines,” where one Pines presenter commented that Zurer stumbled over her words during a recent interview.
In said interview, Zurer says her character “reminds her of women in war,” as her character must watch helplessly while her superhero son is sent off to the primitive land of Earth.
“She’s an incredibly brave woman in a very sad circumstance,” she said during the interview. “Which is to me, extremely human.”