Evidently, illustrator Nick Acosta isn't a huge fan of the Rock (might've missed SNL). He noticed that some of the scenes from the forthcoming San Andreas movie looked similar to 1978's Superman — specifically the Hoover Dam and Golden Gate Bridge snippets. "They are almost shot for shot the same," he wrote on his Vimeo page. "I decided to re-edit the San Andreas trailer to take out The Rock and his wooden acting and put in a 27-year-old Christopher Reeve as Superman. I even rotoscoped him flying from the 1978 film into San Andreas." The recut trailer is appropriately titled Supermandreas.
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