New look at Superman set reveals full costume in all of its glory – and a glimpse of a fellow DC hero

David Corenswet as Superman
(Image credit: DC)

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a new leaked look from the set of 2025’s Superman – including glimpses at David Corenswet in the full suit, plus Rachel Brosnahan’s Lois Lane, and Edi Gathegi’s Mister Terrific. has the scoop on Supes, with several photos showcasing Corenswet in full Superman mode, complete with cape (and, honestly, we prefer the vibrant colors here compared to the more muted palette of the initial reveal). See for yourself at the link above, as well as a taster below.

There’s a first look at Lois Lane in action, as well as Superman chatting to one of his likely allies in Mister Terrific, a hero famed for his intellect and use of his robotic 'T-Spheres' in battle.

2025’s Superman – previously titled Superman: Legacy before a name change – is the first live-action project in James Gunn and Peter Safran’s DC universe reboot.

DCU Chapter One, which consists of five movies and five shows, will kick off in December with the animated Max series Creature Commandos.

Superman, starring Corenswet, Brosnahan, and Gathegi alongside a cast that includes the likes of Nicholas Hoult, Isabela Merced, and Nathan Fillion, is set for release on July 11, 2025.

House of the Dragon actor Milly Alcock is also confirmed to play Supergirl in the movie before later appearing in her own solo release, directed by Craig Gillespie.

For more, check out all the new superhero movies flying your way very soon. Then, dive into this year's big cinema releases with our guide to upcoming movies.

Bradley Russell

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