New Batman & Superman Movies Get First Update After Hollywood Strikes Finally End

  • Superman: Legacy will begin production in March 2024 and stick to its planned release date in July 2025, now that the SAG-AFTRA strike is ending.
  • Meanwhile, Batman: The Brave and The Bold is still in the early stages, as director Andy Muschietti focuses on his current project, Welcome to Derry.
  • This new deal between SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP allows for smoother production and release schedules for upcoming DC Universe movies.
As the SAG-AFTRA strike is officially ending, Superman: Legacy and Batman: The Brave and The Bold get major DC Universe updates in a new report. Hollywood had a big shake-up this year as the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA guilds went on strike to fight for better deals, which has involved numerous delays for massive movies and TV shows. That also includes James Gunn's DC Universe, which will be replacing the old DCEU after the release of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.
Following the news that SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP have landed a new deal, Deadline reports that Superman: Legacy will be starting principal photography in March 2024 and still meet its July 2025 release date. However, in the case of the Batman: The Brave and The Bold movie, the film is still in the early stages while Andy Muschietti is currently working on Welcome to Derry, the upcoming It prequel show for Max. At the time of this story's publication, Warner Bros. Discovery and DC Studios have not shared any comments on the Superman: Legacy and Batman: The Brave and The Bold updates.


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