Warner Bros. is developing a Superman reboot for theaters. After the three films idealized by Zack Snyder – in addition to the new version of Justice League – the character should be given a new look on the big screen. JJ Abrams, who worked on the most recent Star Wars trilogy, will be producing the feature.
According to Deadline, Henry Cavill, interpreter of the Man of Steel in Snyder’s three films, may return to the role in the new feature. Sources heard by the publication say the actor is looking forward to returning to Clark Kent, indicating that it may not be a letter out of the deck for the studio.
Also according to the publication, the author Ta-Nehisi Coates, known for works in Marvel comics like Black Panther and Captain America, will be in charge of the script. A director has not yet been chosen for the project.
In 2019, Abrams struck a millionaire deal to develop projects for Warner through Bad Robot, its production company. He is behind the upcoming Dark Justice League film, also part of the DC Universe.
With no further details defined about the new project, Superman will be able to be seen again by fans at Snyder’s Cut, which will be available in Brazil from March 18.
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