The score gives it a real epic feel, like you're watching a myth unfold. It's great to see Martha take some spotlight as the person helping young Clark come to terms with his abilities, a role usually reserved for Jonathan.
Then the action starts. Hell yeah.
I'm looking forward to this. Hopes are officially high.
This is nothing compared to the Watchmen trailer, but hey, not bad. Notice how Clark talks about his dad in the past tense? Sounds like they're holding true to the 70's films with that plotline (Jonathan Kent was not dead in the comics).
Certainly gives one hope. I'm liking what I'm seeing of the performances there -- Diane Lane and Cavill especially, but even in that short little moment with Amy Adams there seemed to be an honesty to the performance that was badly missing in the last lady (and frankly has been badly missing in most comic book film leading ladies, Paltrow being the exception).
Would have liked to have seen Shannon as Zod a little bit, though (I know we saw the image, but I'm more interested in the performance). He frankly has some big shoes to fill.
One of the things I hated most about the nu52 is Ma and Pa Kent are both dead. If the modern interpretation involves Pa Kent suggesting a bus of kids dying is possibly preferable than Clark's secret getting out, it might be best if they aren't reinterpreted for the new 52. Especially with their horrid decisions.