It’s been a long wait, but Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (opens in new tab) will finally be released in cinemas this week. Although the subtitle makes sense – several Justice League members are confirmed to cameo in the film – many criticised it for being unnecessarily long when it was first announced.
Once Zack Snyder and the cast are done promoting Batman v Superman they will quickly move on to Justice League, which starts shooting next month (opens in new tab). Speaking with Collider (opens in new tab), Snyder confirmed that “right now the working title is Justice League” but also revealed that the title could change further into production. Check out the video below…
In the video Snyder also reveals that he drew the Batman v Superman logo himself, noting that “the thing that’s kinda cool about the Batman suit [and] our Batman logo is that the dimension is the same as the Man of Steel logo, the bottom of the bat.” With so many heroes in the Justice League it’s probably unlikely that he’ll be able to pull off something similar, but I’m interested to see what he comes up with.
Directed by Zack Snyder and starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Mamoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher, Justice League: Part 1 is currently scheduled for a November 17, 2017 release.
Images: Warner Bros./Zack Snyder