Keep in mind, this movie just finished shooting and has 11 months of post-production to deal with, so all they can do at this time is show footage that doesn't require a lot of CGI, etc...
This is not what was shown at Comic-Con, which included an extra 30 seconds or so of action-y type scenes.
The music, as I understand it, is from The Thin Red Line. This also confirms what I'd heard about Clark's post-high school voyage to become a salty seaman. It's not comics canon, but nothing really is anymore.
These are two different trailers - one with the voice of Jonathan Kent (Kevin Costner) and one from Jor-El (Russell Crowe) - following the path left by Glen Ford and Marlon Brando.
In reviewing the origin of Superman, it's impossible not to see the connections between fathers and sons, and that became the overriding theme of 2006's Superman Returns.
But it's also the story of what it means to send all your hopes and dreams sailing across the cosmos in rocket. Or to look at what you have a chance to shape as you look at the future through the eyes of the boy in front of you.
Looking forward to seeing more footage, especially after that last shot.