Kevin Spacey will return as Lex Luthor in “Superman: Man of Steel” and appear in “Telstar,” Nick Moran’s film version of Moran and James Hicks’ 2005 darkly comic West End play about flamboyant ’60s record mogul Joe Meek. Spacey hopes to shoot his Luthor role in a six-week block, as he did on “Superman Returns,” after he completes his run in David Mamet’s “Speed the Plow” in April. This week, Spacey joined the cast of “Telstar,” which started filming Monday in London. Meek is the gay, tone deaf songwriter-producer who produced hits including “Have I the Right,” “Just Like Eddie,” “Johnny, Remember Me” and the instrumental “Telstar.” Con O’Neill reprises his stage role as Meek; Spacey plays his financier, Major Banks.
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