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James Gunn Shares Exciting 'Superman Legacy' News Following SAG-AFTRA Strike

James Gunn has some exciting news for fans of Superman following the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike.

The co-chairman and CEO of DC took to social media on Saturday (November 11) to provide an update on his upcoming movie Superman: Legacy, which stars David Corenswet as Clark Kent and Rachel Brosnahan as Lois Lane.

Like all other projects, it was put on pause during the strike. While that caused delays in a multitude of other movies, including over at Marvel, James let fans know that Superman: Legacy was on track for it’s planned release date.

Head inside to find out when Superman Legacy will premiere…More Here! »

Several DC Universe Stars Officially Exit Roles, 4 Confirmed to Return, & More Rumors Spread About Who's Staying & Who's Going

DC co-Chairmen and CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran have been making decisions and announcements about their biggest stars in the past few months.

In addition to revealing an entire new slate of films coming, we now know the fates of some of the past DC Universe stars. Today, we learned of an Ezra Miller update.

Keep reading to see the fate of every actor in the DC Universe…

James Gunn Confirms Another Star Returning to the DCU!

James Gunn is addressing the DC Universe.

The 57-year-old co-CEO of DC Studios spoke out on social media about a DCEU actor who will be returning, after confirming three other actors who will be back.

After previously confirming Xolo MaridueƱa will continue playing Blue Beetle, Viola Davis will return as Amanda Waller, and John Cena will stay on board as Peacemaker, he then spoke out about another star.

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Three Actors Will Continue DC Roles in James Gunn's Universe, He Confirms

James Gunn is making big changes to the DC Comics universe, but he has confirmed that three actors will continue in their roles.

For years, fans had wanted Henry Cavill to reprise his role as Superman and it looked like that was finally going to happen following his cameo appearance in the Black Adam end credits scene. Then things changed soon after when Gunn took over control of the film division.

Not only is Henry not returning as Superman, there will no longer be a Black Adam sequel with Dwayne Johnson. It also was reported that Gal Gadot is no longer playing Wonder Woman.

So, who will return?

Browse through the slideshow to see who will return for more DC Comics projects…

'Superman: Legacy' Casting: David Corenswet Lands Clark Kent, Rachel Brosnahan to Play Lois Lane!

David Corenswet and Rachel Brosnahan have been chosen as Clark Kent/Superman and Lois Lane in James Gunn‘s Superman: Legacy.

Casting rumors have been heating up for weeks with 3 frontrunners rumored for Superman and 3 for Lois Lane. It appears as if Rachel and David beat out all the other competition to nab the first roles in the new DC Universe, THR reports.

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New 'Superman: Legacy' Casting Report Reveals Screen Test Pairings, Which Actress Advanced to Day 2, & Possible Lex Luthor Actors

A new report has revealed what happened during the screen tests for the upcoming DC Studios movie Superman: Legacy.

It was reported recently that three actors and three actresses were brought in by new studio heads James Gunn and Peter Safran to screen test for the roles of Clark Kent/Superman and Lois Lane.

The screen tests were held at the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank, Calif. during the weekend of June 17. The pairings of Clark Kent and Lois Lane actors have been revealed. The tests happened across two days and only one actress participated in both days.

New details have also been revealed about possible casting choices for the villain Lex Luthor.

Browse through the slideshow for all the new details about the screen tests…

6 Stars Screen Test for 'Superman: Legacy,' Frontrunners for Lois Lane & Clark Kent Revealed (Report)

A report has emerged suggesting that screen testing for Superman: Legacy may have already taken place, and the frontrunners for the roles of Superman/Lois Lane have become more clear.

The report specifically states that Warner Bros. execs and DC studio execs Peter Safran and James Gunn were set to do screen tests either Father’s Day weekend (which was this past weekend) or the few days after.

Keep reading to see who is rumored for the roles…