A popular figure from the Superman comic books, Krypto, the Superdog, may appear in the next DC Universe film Superman: Legacy. James Gunn, the movie’s writer, and director, alluded to Krypto’s appearance in a Toronto Sun interview. Gunn, who is also well-known for his work on the Guardians of the Galaxy film series for Marvel, made light of the idea of Chris Pratt getting the Krypto part in the MCU.
Chris Pratt and James Gunn joked back and forth about the prospect of Pratt playing Krypto in the DC Universe throughout the conversation. Pratt would have to perform motion capture on location and go about on his hands and knees, just like Maria Bakalova had to do for her role as Cosmo the Spacedog. Gunn even proposed that Pratt do this. Despite the conversation’s lighthearted nature, Gunn’s remarks definitely imply that Krypto will feature in Superman: Legacy.
Krypto also referred to as the Superdog, is a beloved DC Comics character. He is a white dog with exceptional abilities, such as enhanced strength, enhanced vision, and enhanced speed. Krypto has appeared in a number of Superman adaptations, including Krypto the Superdog and the well-known animated TV show Superman: The Animated Series.
The following months will undoubtedly bring casting announcements and other developments for Superman: Legacy, which is now in pre-production. Although there have been no formal casting announcements, there has been a lot of conjecture about who would play Superman in the DC Studios film.
In order to explore the early years of the Last Son of Krypton, around the time he first started working at the Daily Planet in Metropolis, DC Studios is casting a new Kal-El for Superman: Legacy. As a result, Henry Cavill won’t be playing the DC Comics hero again.