Zack Snyder Says You Don't Design SUPERMAN As One Movie
While chatting about the possibility of a sequel Man Of Steel, director Zack Snyder says there is no plan to make a trilogy like The Dark Knight. However, he did go on to say that you don't design a Superman movie as a one-off.
A lot of goodies from Empire's latest issue, which features Man Of Steel, have been making their way online. Part of their conversation with director Zack Snyder was asking him about the possible Justice League movie, as well as Man Of Steel sequels. While he remained tight-lipped about Justice League, but he did offer up a hint as to whether or not they expect Superman to get a sequel. Explained Snyder, "We didn't design the movie like Batman [i.e. as a trilogy] but I don't think anybody would say you design a Superman movie as a one-off." While this is an interesting tid-bit, keep in mind that Superman Returns was suppose to have sequels. However, due to it's lackluster box-office and poor reviews, they never came to fruition.
In regards to Justice League, it was revealed yesterday that Snyder might already have signed on to direct. DC's other superhero properties will depend heavily on Man Of Steel, and whether it can prove financially successful for Warner Brothers to give the green light on some lesser known heroes. For the latest on all things Man Of Steel, as well as Justice League, keep checking back here at CBM.
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