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Photo: First Glimpse Of David Corenswet’s Superman Unveiled In James Gunn’s Reboot


Behold, soaring into view! It’s not a bird or a plane, but the initial glimpse of David Corenswet’s portrayal of Superman.

DC unveiled a fresh photo on Monday, offering a sneak peek of Corenswet’s rendition of Superman in James Gunn’s forthcoming movie reboot, simply titled “Superman.”

Shared across social media platforms, the image showcases Corenswet’s Superman garb for the first time. The Man of Steel is depicted donning his iconic red boots against the backdrop of a window, seemingly poised for action amidst an explosion.

Corenswet’s attire bears a striking resemblance to Henry Cavill’s rendition, the most recent Superman, with a notable distinction: the return of the character’s iconic red trunks. Gunn had previously surveyed his followers regarding Superman’s attire, with a majority (59.3%) in favor of the trunks.

At 30, Corenswet, known for his roles in Ryan Murphy’s “The Politician” and “Hollywood,” as well as the horror film “Pearl,” emerges as a rising talent in the industry.

“Superman” stands as a pivotal trial for Gunn’s vision within the DC universe. Rachel Brosnahan, acclaimed for her role in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” joins as Lois Lane, Superman’s romantic interest, while Nicholas Hoult assumes the role of the antagonist, Lex Luthor. Gunn transitions from concluding his “Guardians of the Galaxy” trilogy at Marvel Studios to helm this project, marking a significant move in the superhero landscape.

Henry Cavill, who portrayed Superman beginning with 2013’s “Man of Steel,” left an indelible mark despite the polarizing reception to Zack Snyder’s interpretation. Cavill’s last substantial portrayal of Clark Kent was in 2017’s “Justice League.” Although he briefly reprised the role in a credits scene for “Black Adam” in 2022, his future appearances remain uncertain following the film’s underwhelming performance.

“Superman” is slated to hit theaters on July 11, 2025, coinciding with Marvel Studios’ much-anticipated reboot of “The Fantastic Four.

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