Superman Sequel Delayed?

Wednesday, March 21, 2007 by Iris with
Updated March 21: Hollywood Reporter states that Bryan Singer's WWII thriller will NOT effect SR2:
Contrary to earlier reports, the filmmakers are saying the untitled project should not interfere with Singer's mounting of a sequel to "Superman Returns" for Warner Bros. Pictures early next year.
Updated March 16: DVD-ographer Rob Burnett shares his thoughts in the Requiem for Krypton thread at The Planet (here and here).

March 14: SupermanHomepage debunks Variety's speculation that Bryan Singer's new film with the revamped United Artists company will delay the sequel to Superman Returns.

1 comment:

Danny said...

I'm sure there are hundreds of people at Warner Bros. working on Superman "The Man of Steel"--just look at the credits at the end of "Superman Returns"--there must be at least a couple hundred credits listed. While Brandon and Bryan have a huge part of the making of the movies, that's no reason they can't work on other projects as well, and doesn't prevent others to work on the movie. Brandon is making another movie this year--why can't Bryan? After spending so much time and energy on making SR, it will probably do them good to focus on something else for a while and then come back to Superman with a renewed energy and enthusiasm. Like everyone else, I can't wait for the next movie--but the anticipation building to the next movie will make it even more fun when it comes out. Remember how excited everyone was last summer when "Superman Returns" hit the theater? It will be all that, and more when the next film comes out. Look at the reaction of just a mention that the film might be delayed has caused. At least we can get our Brandon "fix" with his current movie. :-)

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