James Gunn Posts Cast Photo For 'Superman: Legacy'

by Outsiders
February 23, 2024
​A picture of the cast of Superman: Legacy was shared by the director, writer, and co-DC boss James Gunn on Instagram today. Among the actors in the photo is Nicholas Hoult, who is portraying Lex Luthor. The title role of Superman is being played by David Corenswet, while Rachel Brosnahan is taking on the role of Lois Lane. The photo also includes Skyler Gisondo as Jimmy Olsen, Anthony Carrigan as Metamorpho, Edi Gathegi as Mister Terrific, Nathan Fillon as Guy Gardner, and Isabela Mercad as Hawkgirl.

After the table read with the #Superman cast. Eve, Mr. Terrific, Superman/Clark, Otis, Lex, producer Peter Safran, Jimmy, Metamorpho, Lois, Hawkgirl, me, Guy, The Engineer all together for the first time! What a wonderful day.
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Outsiders - 2024-03-02 @ 1:01 am

Wendell Pierce has been selected to portray the legendary editor-in-chief of The Daily Planet in James Gunn's Superman.

Perry White is a longstanding character in the Man of Steel universe, debuting in a Superman radio serial back in 1940. He serves as the superior of both Kent and Lane, embodying various personas across different adaptations, such as a stern boss, a boss overwhelmed by his reporters, or a paternal figure.

In this upcoming film, David Corenswet takes on the role of Clark Kent/Superman, while Rachel Brosnahan portrays the Daily Planet journalist Lois Lane. The ensemble cast also features Nicholas Hoult as the classic antagonist Lex Luthor. Joining Gunn's lineup are Skyler Gisondo (Jimmy Olsen), Sara Sampaio (Eve Teschmacher), Edi Gathegi (Mister Terrific), Terence Rosemore (Otis), Anthony Carrigan (Metamorpho), Isabela Merced (Hawkgirl), Nathan Fillion (Guy Gardner), and Mara Gabriela de Fara (The Engineer).

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Lord_Scareglow - 2024-03-01 @ 7:12 pm

Nooo that Logo isn't it, please Gunn don't do it.

honestly I was kinda hyped about this movie, but after seeing that Logo I'm getting face palm feelings, don't be driving down some wacky lane, keep it simple.

Brian Langlois - 2024-03-01 @ 2:17 pm
18 hours ago, Goldbug said:

I am less interested now

not a fan of that logo

I agree. I would never let the design of the symbol ruin the movie for me if it's good, but it can give us an idea of the headspace that the creators are in. The abritrary changes seem odd to me, and it doesn't look "right." It makes me wonder what else they won't get right. Again, it's too early to tell, but it doesn't inspire confidence.

Goldbug - 2024-03-01 @ 10:41 am

I am less interested now

not a fan of that logo

elongatedman - 2024-03-01 @ 5:16 am
5 hours ago, JayC said:

James Gunn in celebration of Superman's birthday today revealed the the title for his new Superman movie will now be known simply as Superman. Also he gave us a glimpse of the new costume with updated "S" logo which looks like is based on the Kingdom Come design.Superman will open in theaters in July 2025. Superman is being played by actor David Cornswet.

Let's go I am very excited about this movie

JayC - 2024-02-29 @ 11:50 pm

James Gunn in celebration of Superman's birthday today revealed the the title for his new Superman movie will now be known simply as Superman. Also he gave us a glimpse of the new costume with updated "S" logo which looks like is based on the Kingdom Come design.Superman will open in theaters in July 2025. Superman is being played by actor David Cornswet.

RobertD - 2024-02-23 @ 5:17 pm

I forgot NoHo Hank was going to be in this. And I'm fully behind Fillion as Gardner.

Outsiders - 2024-02-23 @ 10:10 am

A picture of the cast of Superman: Legacy was shared by the director, writer, and co-DC boss James Gunn on Instagram today. Among the actors in the photo is Nicholas Hoult, who is portraying Lex Luthor. The title role of Superman is being played by David Corenswet, while Rachel Brosnahan is taking on the role of Lois Lane. The photo also includes Skyler Gisondo as Jimmy Olsen, Anthony Carrigan as Metamorpho, Edi Gathegi as Mister Terrific, Nathan Fillon as Guy Gardner, and Isabela Mercad as Hawkgirl.

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After the table read with the #Superman cast. Eve, Mr. Terrific, Superman/Clark, Otis, Lex, producer Peter Safran, Jimmy, Metamorpho, Lois, Hawkgirl, me, Guy, The Engineer all together for the first time! What a wonderful day.

Outsiders - 2023-12-22 @ 7:51 pm

James Gunn has provided an update on the production start window for the upcoming film Superman: Legacy, set to release in 2025. In a recent discussion on Threads, Gunn addressed a report that included a plot synopsis and production start window for the film. While he acknowledged that certain elements of the synopsis were based on his previous statements, he clarified that he did not write the logline himself. Additionally, Gunn expressed that he would not describe the plot in the same way and disagreed with referring to Clark Kent as a cub reporter. Instead, he emphasized that Clark is a fully established reporter in his thirties. Despite these clarifications, Gunn did confirm that filming for Superman: Legacy is scheduled to commence in March 2024. He expressed gratitude towards the production team for their dedication in overcoming various challenges and ensuring the film's progress, as any delays would have jeopardized the planned release date of July 2025.

https://www.threads.net/@jamesgunn/post/C1KW6APA1gg

Outsiders - 2023-12-18 @ 4:08 am
2 hours ago, Jeddostotle7 said:

Hold on.... is the text in this article just, most of the Deadline article, run through ChatGPT to reword it? Cuz it really really seems that way.

It may come across that way but the Deadline article used a lot of quotes which I used but as just text paragraphs instead of quotes. There are a lot of media sites that cover this material so just trying to have our articles sound a little more clean and professional. I rewrote it as a "dumb-down" version which you can read below to see the difference.

James Gunn revealed a storyboard sketch shot featuring David Corenswet in the iconic role of the superhero. Gunn told social media fans that the camera would be pulling back alongside the character. The arrows represented camera movement, while the thin arrows indicated subject movement. Gunn also mentioned that the costume was almost complete. The design is finished, but some things are being fixed. Gunn said that the movie's music and the major themes have all been composed and the opening logo sequence for DC Studios when his DCU debut takes place.

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