Many film productions, as well as television series saw a delay in their premiere date due to the strikes in Hollywood. The screenwriters’ strike ended a few twenty-four hours ago and already many companies have announced exactly when their films will play. So, too James Gunn talked about the next Superman movie and once again confirmed when it will hit theaters.
It’s about the Superman: Legacy, which will be DC’s next big film about the beloved hero, with James Gunn in the director’s chair. As the director confirmed through his official social media, the film will not be delayed and will play exclusively in theaters on July 11, 2025. It seems, therefore, that the strikes will not delay the new Superman.
Here’s the official announcement from James Gunn:
Thanks to the efforts of our talented crew, who never lost faith during the longest strikes in Hollywood history, and who never took their foot off the pedal, continuing to move forward, creating the most amazing characters and settings I’ve seen in my career, Superman Legacy will premiere (as intended) on July 11, 2025.
O David Corenswet is the new Superman with Rachel brosnahan at his side as Lois Lane. As for the rest of the cast, Nathan Fillion of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will play Guy Gardner, one of DC’s most well-known and well-known Lanterns, the Isabela Merced Hawkgirl and Edi Gathegi as Mister Terrific.
All of these names indicate that DC is preparing more than just a Superman movie and a re-introduction of the character to movie audiences, as they are all members of the Justice League, so perhaps the speeds at which “Assemble” of the new DC cinematic universe to be higher than last time.
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