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Legacy Star Rachel Brosnahan Describes Her Lois Lane In 4 Words

Rachel Brosnahan predictably isn’t allowed to say much about “Superman: Legacy” right now, but during her interview with ET, she was eager to share her excitement for the project. “I’ve really enjoyed the collaboration with James Gunn so far. Every single person involved in this production is such a perfect nerd for Superman,” Brosnahan said. “We all grew up watching the movies, some of us grew up reading the comics, so I feel like it’s being made with so much love.”

Brosnahan went on to briefly tease one thing about David Corenswet’s take on the Last Son of Krypton, telling ET, “This Superman will have a sense of humor.” Her comment seems destined to earn the ire of the DC fans who remain steadfast supporters of Zack Snyder and Henry Cavill’s darker interpretation of Superman, but Brosnahan’s remark also doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Coming off the overarching darkness of “Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” and “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” it makes sense that James Gunn would want both his new film and his version of Superman to offer something different than their DC Extended Universe predecessors.

As of now, little is known about the plot of “Superman: Legacy,” but it sounds like fans can expect it to feature not only a more humorous take on Clark Kent but also an iteration of Lois Lane who is just as willful and clever as she should be.

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