According to ComicBook.com on Feb. 24, it was previously stated that some props are up for auction from the "Man of Steel" movie. Now, it has been reported that more props had been put up for auction even earlier, but gave some spoilers to the movie.
A magnetic sign entitled "Toomey Waste Collection" sign prop was advertised on the auctions site stating in the description that it was indeed a "Man of Steel" prop during the filming of the movie.
Further investigation indicates that the fictitious name "Toomey" isn't really at all fictitious, but is probably named after the DC Comic book writer Bob Toomey who had partaken in his fair share of "Superman" comics along with other DC Super heroes.
There were other various items that already sold, like a street sign from Smallville and other miscellaneous items, including a picture of the "Man of Steel" himself, Superman, played by Henry Cavill in his costume minus the cape.
But, more importantly, an item that seems to bring up more questions about Lois Lane is a prop wedding ring among the various office supplies of The Daily Planet. There had to be a reason that Amy Adams wore this faux ring in the movie.
Is she married or soon-to-be married? Could it be that this reboot of the franchise starts again in a similar fashion as the previous "Superman Returns" where Superman/Clark Kent finds out upon his visit from Krypton five years later, is married and with Kryptonian child?
Will Lois Lanes' martial plot take a different route in this reboot?
One can only speculate, but to really find out the answers "Man of Steel" opens in theaters on Jun 14.