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Warner Bros. Eyeing Man of Steel Sequel, Henry Cavill Would Return as Superman
By DANIELLE RYAN
The future of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) could be described as chaotic, ‌but ‌there is some good news on the horizon for fans of Superman. The Hollywood Reporter took a hard look at the future of the DCEU and revealed that both Warner Bros. and Henry Cavill are trying to come together to create a sequel to 2013's "Man of Steel."
The project would be produced by Charles Roven, with some big names being bandied about, including "Mission: Impossible" franchise scribe Christopher McQuarrie, but no one has been signed just yet. "Kingsman" director Matthew Vaughn has previously thrown his name in the hat as a possible director for a "Man of Steel" sequel.
Dwayne Johnson, who stars in "Black Adam," has allegedly been contributing to moving the cinematic universe forward and, according to THR, is at the center of bringing Cavill back as Superman. If the planets can align, Cavill might get to show off that chiseled jaw in his super suit once more, which is sure to bring joy to fans everywhere.