Will BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN And JUSTICE LEAGUE Shoot Back-To-Back?
According to a recent Latino Review post which doesn't appear to be conducted or acknowledged by the infamous El Mayimbe, a trusted source has informed them that the Fast and Furious series' Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is working on a DC Comics film this year, and that project is none other than a Justice League movie. The report then reveals “the current thought amongst some insiders is that Batman vs Superman and Justice League are going to be shot back-to-back.” Besides “maximizing everyone’s schedules,” the reason for this is because Batman Vs. Superman “is going to end with an insane cliffhanger/teaser that leads right into Justice League.” Having the two movies shoot back-to-back, a la The Hobbit trilogy, is perhaps why there are so many additional DC superheroes - Wonder Woman, Nightwing, The Flash, etc - said to be appearing in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel sequel next year. Before you get too excited, the Latino Review post suggests that we should still take this info with the usual grain of salt. What do you think?
Not that we don't already have enough rumors surrounding the DC adaptations, but the latest suggest filming for Batman Vs. Superman will be conjoined with the inevitable Justice League film! Check it out
Starring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, and Laurence Fishburne, Batman Vs. Superman is scheduled to shoot in Detroit in February. Directed by Zack Snyder from a story by David S. Goyer and screenplay by Chris Terrio, the sequel is set for release July 17, 2015!
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