James Gunn Shares First Look at DC Studios ‘Superman’ as Production Gets Underway

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 02: James Gunn attends the Warner Bros. premiere of “The Suicide Squad” at Regency Village Theatre on August 02, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

On Superman’s birthday, DC Studios co-chair James Gunn gave fans of the Man of Steel a present. Via Instagram, Gunn revealed both the first look at the design for the new film’s crest of the House of El and a title change. Originally known as Superman: Legacy, the film is now simply titled Superman.

A silver and black version of the logo, inspired by Mark Waid and Alex Ross‘ limited DC comic book series Kingdom Come, was first seen following a table read but Gunn has given fans a full color view of the crest.

Gunn released the look from an undisclosed location and indicated that production on the film had begun. Given the snow sprinkled over the crest, it’s possible Gunn is also teasing a trip to the Fortress of Solitude. If that’s the case, production may well have begun in Hell, Norway as we indicated previously.


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