James Gunn Reveals The DCU Superman Reboot Movie Breaks A Career Record For Him

  • James Gunn's Superman has the longest filming schedule of his career, lasting 5-6 months.
  • Superman is the first film in the new DC Universe.
  • Gunn also soothes VFX concerns in his response.
James Gunn's Superman breaks a career record for the DC Universe's creative chief. Filming for Gunn's Superman reboot, the first film in the new DCU, is underway. So far, only María Gabriela de Faría's Engineer has been spotted in Superman set photos, with Gunn yet to reveal the first look at David Corenswet's Superman. There are still a few months left for the movie to complete production, and that schedule marks a first for Gunn's prolific career.
On Threads, Gunn revealed that Superman has the longest filming schedule of his career so far for a movie.
Gunn's comment came after a fan explained that another DC fan was worried that Superman's 5-6 month shoot was too fast and would mean the movie would overuse CGI to make up for practical sets. Gunn's answer should resolve any confusion around that aspect of the upcoming DCU movie.


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