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Matt Vaughn Reveals More Details About His and Mark Millar’s Rejected Superman Trilogy Pitch

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We already knew that the sequel, and X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn was eager to get his hands on one Superman movie but now we have more details about his rejection from an original film trilogy.

Vaughn appeared on an episode of Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused. The filmmaker explained that even when he spoke with Vaughn, there was speculation about his possibility of acting like a sequel to Zack Snyders Man Of Steel.

Vaughn said he met the famous author Mark Millar and superman to develop his three-picture trilogy for Warner Bros. before Man of Steel even came out, then left after all that would happen with him in order at Superby’t.

We made a short story for an adventure. Warners wasn’t interested. Vaughn said that as far from home. He added that it never came around after all.

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The vision of Matthew Vaughn and Mark Millar is a reality.

Putting through the details of the pitch, Vaughn pointed on Richard Donner Superman films which were clearly used by millar and others.

I think Donner had nailed it, said Vaughan. I think Wonder Woman was really a beautiful film, but instead it was reimagined to be the first ever woman of art. I would have done a modern version of the Donner film.

And the big idea we had was that Krypton didn’t blow up! It happens eventually. The father was right, but just wrong time. So when the Superman grows up, suddenly there’s a massive exodus and then all hell breaks loose; that was our idea.”

Forked who would be the main villain, Vaughn said Zod and Brainiac would actually become the main villains. Lex Luthor is only the one behind Krypton’ll explode as he fight against it again!

“I would have done a modern version of the Donner movie.”

Horowitz pointed out that it seems a bit surprising Vaughn was never the first to see his vision in particular given his connections with Henry Cavill, who worked together on Stardust and the upcoming show “Argylle” during 2007. When Vaughn himself explains that incident in the interview with The Wrap released on 21 May, 2021. He said that while looking for an animated film called Superman I wanted to work on it and now its colorful style was as simple as she did!

But in today’s interview, Vaughn put out a new book with James Gunnes that will be the sequel to Superman: Legacy. Vaughn said that he was speaking to Gunner and his DC Studios co-CEO Peter Safran, but when asked how many people gave him the chance in writing their next The Authority film?

I think Gunn’s – the franchise, DC is in good hands it has been for long time… So let’s get in on the subject.

For more about Gunn’s vision of Superman, please watch our full breakdown on why the director uses all right words so far.

Alex Stedman is an editor of the IGN’s special news. If she’s not writing or editing, you can either play fantasy novels and read the gimmick.

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