Rachel Brosnahan Prepares for Role as Lois Lane in Superman: Legacy, Shares Insights on Training with Co-Stars and Immersing Herself in Journalism

News - 17 January 2024
Rachel Brosnahan, known for her role in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, is currently making the rounds on the awards circuit. However, she is also generating buzz for her upcoming role as Lois Lane in the highly anticipated film Superman: Legacy.

The new DC Universe film stars David Corenswet as Superman and is being directed by James Gunn. Brosnahan has revealed that Corenswet and Gunn are currently in Atlanta undergoing combat training in preparation for filming.nnDespite her excitement for the film, Brosnahan shared a humorous anecdote about trying to get involved in the combat training herself.

"I begged James to let me in and show off these weapons," she admitted, jokingly pointing to her arms. "But to no avail." As production gears up for filming to begin in March, Brosnahan has been immersing herself in the world of journalism to prepare for her role.

"I stalk my journalist friends. I ask them questions about what it's like to work in a newsroom and in investigative journalism," she revealed.nnThe pre-production phase of Superman: Legacy is in full swing, with sets being built, costumes being finalized, and actors delving into their roles.

Gunn has expressed his excitement for the project, stating that "prosthetics and VFX models are being made, flights are being booked. Here we go." The highly anticipated film is set to hit theaters on July 11, 2025.

nnAs Brosnahan continues to receive accolades for her work on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, fans are eagerly anticipating her portrayal of Lois Lane in the upcoming superhero film. Stay tuned for more updates as production on Superman: Legacy progresses.