Sep 22, 2016 09:22 AM EDT
'Man Of Steel 2' Confirmed, Henry Cavill Reprises His Role; Plot, Release Date, and New Villain[RUMOR]
Henry Cavill has been confirmed tol return as Superman on "Man of Steel 2." Cavill's manager Dany Garcia revealed it!
Dany Garcia, owner of Garcia Industries that recently acquired the Superman actor as one of its clients, had been interviewed by Newsweek. This is where she confirmed that "Man Of Steel" sequel is in the works.
The project is one of the top priorities of Warner Bros. The first "Man Of Steel" movie was released in 2013, directed by Zack Snyder, who also helmed "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
The first "Man Of Steel" earned $668 million at the global box office, while "BVS" earned $872 million, The Wrap reported.
Although "Man Of Steel" is in the works, there are rumors appeared online suggest about the villain to appear in the next sequel, and its sequel. According to some reports, "Man of Steel 2" released date is set for November 2019.
Some predict that the title of "Man of Steel 2" could be "Superman: Last Son" or "Superman: Last Son of Krypton," according to Comic Book News, the publication that jotted down the rumors and possible theories of the "Man Of Steel Sequel."
In the list of rumors, it includes, Geoff Johns and Zack Snyder have written "Man of Steel 2" story and they want to complete a Superman Trilogy, JJ Abrams has been approached to direct the next sequel, Doug Liman was considered to helm the sequel (however, he is now directing "Justice League Dark"), and Brainiac is the villain.
Other rumors are, Supergirl is a soldier trapped by Brainiac, Lois Lane will only have a small role in this movie, and Snyder still wants to direct the sequel.
In a Youtube channel, it mentioned that the main focus of the sequel is on Superman, Brainiac and Krypton. There is also a rumor that suggests Superman will travel to space, and will meet his cousin Supergirl in Brainiac's ship.
There are tons of rumors about the next sequel. Again, none of them are confirmed true.
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