James Gunn has returned to Twitter to respond to an avid fan asking about the possibility of another Superman movie, which has taken the superhero by storm as he tries to decipher the fate of his franchise. 

James tweeted a poster 44 years ago for his original 1978 Superman movie starring Christopher Reeve. When one die-hard fan asked, “Are you going to see Superman?” he replied, “Yes, of course. Superman is a big priority, if not the biggest one.” 

The tweet reveals that James and his DC Studios co-head Peter Safran are making changes for the future of the title, which Patty Jenkin’s version of Wonder Woman 3 reportedly won’t move forward. It came a week later. 

Even the future of Henry Cavill’s retribution against the Man of Steel remained unclear. Henry had a surprising reprisal for his role as Superman in the recently released feature film Black Adam starring Dwayne Johnson. 

Henry also said he would be back for his role after the performance. Followed up with the official announcement of the return.

One user tweeted that James Gunn “doesn’t like Henry Cavill,” based on reports earlier this week that The Witcher actor may not be returning to the DC Universe. 

Asked James to “debunk” this allegation, the director said, “Sure: Wrong.. He asked fans to be patient with Superman’s future. Although we’ll make you happy every step of the way.”  

We know you value the service of DC CHARACTERS and we will cherish it for life. 

“For further answers on the future of the DCU, unfortunately we will have to wait. We will give these characters and stories the time and attention they deserve, and there are many more questions that we must ask ourselves and answer.” I have.”