James Gunn Debunks DCU Story Rumors For Superman: Legacy

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  • James Gunn sets the record straight on the rumored Middle East storyline in Superman: Legacy, clarifying it is inaccurate.
  • Gunn shares a new look at his production office, indicating that they are still in the pre-production stages for the movie.
  • The upcoming movie is not incorporating a storyline about a terrorist threat in the Middle East, contrary to rumors.
Superman: Legacy director James Gunn sets the record straight on the latest DC Universe report about the upcoming movie. 2025 will mark the start of a new era for DC Studios, as Superman: Legacy, starring David Corenswet, will properly kick off Chapter 1 of the DCU, titled "Gods and Monsters." Even though there are multiple upcoming DC Universe movies and TV shows in the works, Superman: Legacy will be the property to set the tone and groundwork for what Gunn and Peter Safran are hoping to do with the impending continuity.
Over the weekend, Gunn shared a new look at one of his walls from his production office, as DC is still in the pre-production stages for Superman: Legacy. The artwork that can be spotted on Gunn's wall is from the beloved Superman for All Seasons comic book by Jeph Loeb.
When asked by Owen J. Gordon if "the terrorist threat in the Middle East storyline" rumor was true, Gunn took the opportunity to clarify that the rumors are inaccurate, and that isn't what they are doing with the Superman: Legacy story. At the same time, Gunn didn't provide any new updates on Superman: Legacy in terms of what they are actually doing with its story.


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