Superman: Legacy, director James Gunn reveals release date and logo of the first DCU film

The strikes of Hollywood screenwriters and actors have ended, James Gunn confirmed on social media the release date of the new film Superman: Legacy, the first chapter of the DC Universe. Despite the blockade that has paralyzed film and television industry productions in recent months, “thanks to the efforts of our talented crew, who never lost faith during the longest strikes in Hollywood history, and who never raised taking our foot off the gas, continuing to move forward steadily, creating the most amazing characters and sets I’ve ever seen in my entire career, Superman: Legacy will be released by the originally scheduled date on July 11, 2025, wrote Gunn on X. The director and screenwriter also revealed the style of the official logo of the film, characterized by the red, yellow and blue colors typical of the superhero and written in a font reminiscent of the DC Comics comic.


The film will tell the origins of the Man of Steel, with Clark Kent torn between his alien origins and his Earthly upbringing in search of his own identity. The cast includes the protagonists David Corenswet in the role of Superman And Rachel Brosnahan in the role of Lois Laneit’s still Isabela Merced in the role of Hawkgirl, Edi Gathegi in the role of Mister Terrific, Nathan Fillion in the role of Green Lantern Guy Gardner And Anthony Carrigan in the role of Metamorpho. Casting is currently underway for the roles of Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olsen And Perry White.