Superman: Legacy’s James Gunn Speaks Out About The DC Film’s Release Date Following The Hollywood Strikes


After several long months, both of the major Hollywood strikes have officially come to an end. The WGA writers strike concluded in September, while the SAG-AFTRA labor dispute ended just days ago. With all of that now behind us, many are wondering where things stand for some of the industry’s biggest flicks. DC Studios’ Superman: Legacy is such a film that fans have had questions about amid the strikes, specifically when it comes to its release date. There had recently been some positive reports about Legacy and Batman: The Brave and the Bold and, now James Gunn is officially speaking out about Supes’ movie.

James Gunn, who has historically been very active on social media – is more than aware of the speculation that’s been swirling around his highly anticipated feature. So he took to Instagram to clear the air on the status of the Man of Steel’s next big-screen outing. It was in that post that Gunn not only confirmed work on the movie progressed steadily amid the strikes but that it’s still on track to hit theaters in July 2025: 

Thanks to the efforts of our talented crew, who never lost faith during the longest strikes in Hollywood history, and who never let their foot off the pedal, continuing to barrel forward, creating the most amazing character and set designs I’ve seen in my entire career, #SupermanLegacy will be making the originally planned release date of July 11, 2025. ❤️🙏

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