James Gunn is wasting no time in making his mark.
In a Jan. 31 video posted on Twitter, Gunn announced plans for Superman: Legacy, which he calls "the true beginning of the DCU."
"This is being written by me," Gunn revealed. "I'm in the middle of it. I'm having a great time doing it. Superman will be released into theaters July 11, 2025."
Gunn also announced a new upcoming Batman movie called The Brave and the Bold, which he referred to as "the introduction of the DCU's Batman."
On the film side, DC Studios will also roll out The Authority, based on Wildstorm characters who, in time, will "interact with all of our primary DCU characters," Supergirl: World of Tomorrow, which will show a "much more jaded" Supergirl than fans are used to and Swamp Thing, which Gunn describes as "tonally outside of the rest of the DCU."
No release dates for those films have been announced.
"It is a fantastic story that's out of this world," Gunn said of the series. "I can't wait for people to see it."
The studio also announced plans for Paradise Lost—set on Wonder Woman's birthplace of Themyscira before the events of the feature films—which Gunn compared to Game of Thrones, Lanterns, described as "like True Detective with a couple of Green Lanterns," and Booster Gold, a HBO Max series about "a loser from the future, who uses future technology to come back to present day and become a superhero so that people will love him."
"Storytelling is always king," Gunn said about the DC Studios philosophy. "It's all that matters to us. I want to be true to those stories. I want to be true to you guys and really give you something different than you've ever seen before."