James Gunn Gives Hopeful Superman Legacy Update And Confirms The DC Movie Won"t Be Delayed Due To The Strikes

  • Superman: Legacy has received a great update after the actors strike.
  • James Gunn, the writer-director of Superman: Legacy, confirms that the movie will meet its July 11, 2025 release date.
  • Gunn thanks his talented crew, who worked hard in pre-production during the actors strike.
Superman: Legacy has gotten a very solid update following the end of the 2023 actors strike. The upcoming movie, which is being written and directed by The Suicide Squad director and new DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn, will star David Corenswet as Superman and Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane. The movie, which centers on a younger version of Superman, will be one of the flagship titles of the new branch of the DC cinematic franchise, titled the DC Universe.
On Twitter, James Gunn offered an optimistic update on the Superman: Legacy release. Check out his post below:
In his post, Gunn lauds the "efforts of our talented crew," sharing that they "never let their foot off the pedal" as they developed designs for characters and sets in pre-production amid the strike, during which time actors were not performing in or promoting struck productions as they fought for fair pay. Gunn confirms that the originally announced July 11, 2025 release date is still well within their sights.
How the Superman: Legacy Release Date is Possible This confidence from James Gunn is somewhat surprising considering how much the slate of upcoming releases has changed in the wake of the strike, which lasted for 118 days. Movies that changed their release dates amid production delays included Venom 3, Mission: Impossible 8, Deadpool 3, and The Karate Kid 2. The strike also saw actors refraining from promoting struck projects, resulting in the delays of already completed titles such as Dune: Part Two, Captain America: Brave New World, The Bikeriders, Damsel, and Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire.


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