Star wars Star John Boega has taken over DC’s Man of Steel from Henry Cavill in a stunning new Superman concept design.
The future of DCEU seems a bit uncertain at the moment. With the integration of Warner Bros. Discovery, the company could adopt a new approach to popular characters such as Superman. Following the merger, new CEO David Jaslav spoke of the need to revive Superman and next year Flash Could lay the foundation for a new adoption on Man of Steel.
With Flash Drawing on a flashpoint timeline, bringing alternative realities, and perhaps shaking up DCEU’s original sequence format, may be the right time to bring in a new Superman – or at least open a door to other universe versions of the Last Son. Of Krypton. Although Henry Cavill has proved to be a popular Superman so far, some Warner Bros. fans have called for a black actor to be cast as an iconic superhero – either as Clark Kent, or as Calvin Ellis of Earth 23 or Val-Jode of Earth. 2. In the role of John Boega proposing the design of a new concept
The concept design of artist “subi.ozil” has been shared on Instagram and can be seen drawing inspiration from its Silver-on-Red Superman crest from Val-Jode’s costume. It portrays John Boega as Superman and creates a compelling case for casting a British actor. If DC is looking for a successor to Henry Cavill in the role of Superman, Boega could be a strong – if unexpected – choice. His tenure as Finn Star wars The sequel trilogy certainly proves that it has what it takes to be the head of a major franchise. See the concept design below:
There is no word yet on when another Superman movie will land, although David Jaslav’s comments indicate that this is something that DC and Warner Bros. have to offer. Discovery wants to land in the very distant future. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. If DCEU introduces a new Superman, it will almost certainly follow the real-life adventures planned for DC. Flash.
Directed by Andy Mushyeti from a script Birds of prey Author: Christina Hudson Flash Is inspired by Flashpoint Comic book storyline, which followed Barry Allen as he navigated a modified DC Universe. Written by Geoff Johns and pencil by Andy Kuber, Flashpoint DC Comics radically changed the state of the universe and introduced 52 new titles.
In addition to Ezra Miller, Flash There are also two separate versions of Batman, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, Ron Livingstone as Henry Allen, Maribel Verdu as Nora Allen, Kiers Clement as Iris West, and Michael Shannon as General Jod, and Fawcett O’Leary. Saoirse – Monica Jackson, Rudy Mancuso and Luke Brandon Field are also in unpublished roles.
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