Ever since the DCEU concluded with the reBit lease of ‘Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom’ Gunn has been working tirelessly to start production on ‘Superman: Legacy’ an upcoming Superman movie that both Gunn and Safran consider the true beginning of the DCU despite ‘Creature Commandos’ being released first.
Gunn is quite active on social media, and more often than not, he answers fan questions and debunks rumors, as well as provides useful insights regarding what the finished product might be like. The aspect of the movie that fans are most excited about are certainly the cast members (and Gunn claims that he has more than 90% of the cast locked in) and the technical personnel set to transform ‘Superman: Legacy’ into a prime movie Gunn imagines it to be.
Gunn was recently asked on Threads about potential names that might serve as cinematographers for the upcoming project, and Gunn was more than happy to clarify that it’s Henry Braham, a cinematographer whom he has already worked with in the past.
Henry Braham is a prominent British cinematographer known for his work on films such as ‘Nanny McPhee,’ ‘The Legend of Tarzan,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,’ The ‘Suicide Squad,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,’ and ‘The Flash.’ His cinematographic career began in 1989 with the British band The KLF, working on their 1991 road movie, ‘The White Room.’ Braham has been a frequent collaborator with directors Kirk Jones and James Gunn, contributing to various films including ‘Waking Ned Divine,’ ‘Everybody’s Fine,’ and ‘The Golden Compass.’ Apart from cinematography, he has directed commercials and designed lighting for exhibitions. Henry Braham is a member of the British Society of Cinematographers and co-founded the Good Hemp Food brand with Glynis Murray.
As you can see, the movie is in the hands of a prominent professional who has quite a successful track in dealing with superhero movies. Have something to add? Let us know in the comments below!