In this Wednesday, June 12, 2013 photo, English actor Terence Stamp poses for a photo during an interview in Los Angeles. Before Man of Steel and Michael Shannon, there was Stamp delivering what debatably remains the quintessential screen version of General Zod: perhaps the most frightening of all the screen villains to take on Christopher Reeves' Superman. Some 35 years later, Stamp is back onscreen -- sometimes frightfully, always delightfully grumpy as a pensioner who finds his lost voice, and heart, in a local seniors choir in the drama, Unfinished Song. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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