Superman Legacy – Fans of the upcoming DC film Superman: Legacy are eagerly awaiting more casting news, and director James Gunn has confirmed that there is more to come, but not until the SAG-AFTRA strike ends.
The strike has been ongoing for over three months, and has had a significant impact on the entertainment industry, including the production of films and television shows. As a result, many casting announcements have been delayed, including those for Superman: Legacy.
In a recent social media post, Gunn said that he is “excited to announce more casting news for Superman: Legacy once the strike is over.” He went on to say that he is “very happy with the cast that we have so far,” and that he can’t wait to share the rest of the cast with the world.
The only casting announcements that have been made for Superman: Legacy so far are David Corenswet as Clark Kent/Superman and Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane. However, there are many other important characters in the Superman mythos, such as Jimmy Olsen, Perry White, and Clark Kent’s parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent. It is likely that Gunn will announce casting for these roles once the strike ends.
Superman: Legacy is scheduled to be released in theaters on July 11, 2025. It is the first film in the new DC Universe that is being developed by James Gunn and Peter Safran.
What does this mean for fans?
For fans of Superman: Legacy, this news means that they will have to wait a little longer for more casting announcements. However, it is also good news to know that Gunn is excited to share the rest of the cast with the world, and that he is confident about the cast that he has so far.
It is also worth noting that the SAG-AFTRA strike is a serious issue that is affecting many people in the entertainment industry. It is important to support the striking actors and actresses, and to hope that the strike is resolved soon. (Superman Legacy)