J.K. Simmons Says JUSTICE LEAGUE Sequel Is In Development

J.K. Simmons Says JUSTICE LEAGUE Sequel Is In Development

There has been talk that the DCEU will be deemphasized after Justice League, but that may not be the case, as J.K. Simmons reveals that a script for a sequel is being worked on. Click the link for details!

After the huge success of Wonder Woman, there have been reports that Warner Bros. and DC will deemphasize the DCEU after Justice League, to focus on standalone films featuring our favorite heroes. However, during an interview with Total Film, J.K. Simmons talks about suiting up as Commissioner Gordon, and states that a script for a sequel to Justice League is being written:

"Well, Commissioner Gordon wears a trench coat in every scene, so I don't know that the 'pumped up' part is going to be all that evident, especially when you're standing next to Batman! But this is the first Justice League movie - we hope - of a few. They're working on scripts for The Batman and for the next Justice League movie. It introduces my incarnation of Commissioner Gordon. I don't have a lot to do. I feel like I just dipped my toe in the water of who Commissioner Gordon will be."

This is sure to reassure fans who were concerned about the future of the DCEU post-Justice League. It also sounds like they hope to have a trilogy of films based around the Justice League. J.K. Simmons continues to talk about stepping into the shoes of the iconic Commissioner Gordon:

"That's an iconic thing, and obviously there are some very big shoes that I'm attempting to step into. Some really, really wonderful actors have played that part before. It's like all of a sudden everyone in London is doing Hamlet. Now it's my turn to be Gordon."

From what we have seen of him in the Justice League trailers, it looks like he'll give us a memorable Commissioner Gordon.

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