Zack Snyder To Direct JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie

GalleryChar_1900x900_JusticeLeague_52ab8e54d0a6f0.42170553With the upcoming ‘Batman Vs Superman’ movie coming in 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported that Warner Bros. president of worldwide production Greg Silverman announced that director Zack Snyder will doing a yet to be named ‘Justice League’ movie following ‘Batman Vs Superman’.

Henry Cavil, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot will all be reprising their roles in the movie. Silverman says, “it will be a further expansion of this universe,” and that “‘Superman Vs Batman’ will lead into ‘Justice League.'”

The Wall Street Journal also says a script is currently being developed and the film might possibly be released in 2018.

This news didn’t seem too unlikely when Ray Fisher was announced as being cast as Cyborg for ‘Batman Vs Superman’, and it was also reported that Silverman said more DC and even Vertigo titles are being made into movies such as Shazam, Metal Men, 100 Bullets, and Fables, but yet still no solo Wonder Woman movie.

It’s awesome to see with the success of the recent Dark Knight trilogy and Man of Steel that Warner Bros. has decided to take on the big screen with the DC Universe such as Marvel has done successfully. But whether or not DC can pull all this off is yet to be seen, but the fact they are putting this much effort into it is exciting and worth keeping an eye on.

Source: Newsarama, The Wall Street Journal

One thought on “Zack Snyder To Direct JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie

  1. I can’t stop reading about this stuff! I love it! honestly I think that at this point I am most excited to see cyborg. I might be the only person in the world saying that right now, but I am a huge vintage teen titans fan, and I would love to see a movie rendition of his character. Cool post man. If you get a chance I would love it if you coulc check out my page

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