There are currently no plans for Man of Steel 2. Warner Bros.' superhero franchise was kicked off in 2013 via Zack Snyder's Man of Steel which debuted Henry Cavill as the DCEU's iteration of Superman/Clark Kent. Seven years and a whole lot of changes to the franchise after, a sequel continues to be in limbo with the studio reportedly not interested in developing a follow-up.

While Man of Steel was a financial success for Warner Bros., grossing more than $668 million worldwide against a budget of just $225 million, it was met with mixed reviews. Snyder's film was lauded for its stunning visuals, as well as Hans Zimmer's fantastic score. Some, however, didn't like some of the director's narrative issues which supposedly resulted in the lack of character development for the titular hero. Nonetheless, those who were fans of the original film continues to hope that a sequel is eventually coming.

Unfortunately, the wait might be a little while longer for them as a new report from Deadline claims that Warner Bros. doesn't have any plans for a Man of Steel 2. This is despite the studio restarting contract renegotiations with Cavill to reprise his role as Superman in the DCEU.

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Source: Deadline