Possible Production Start Date For Zack Snyder's JUSTICE LEAGUE Revealed

Possible Production Start Date For Zack Snyder's JUSTICE LEAGUE Revealed

It appears as if we may now have a better idea of when Zack Snyder will start shooting the first part of his Justice League movie, and it could be quite some time before we start getting casting news, set photos, and the like for this highly anticipated superhero ensemble...


Justice League: Part One is set to be released in 2017, and so as you might expect, it won't start shooting for quite some time. A rough time frame has been semi-confirmed by Deadline, who point out that Ben Affleck is clearing space in his schedule to direct and star in an adaptation of Dennis Lehane's Live by Night in Spring 2016, with his and David Fincher's remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train being squeezed in before the DC Comics movie. That means that Justice League will likely start shooting late summer/early fall, but whether or not it will be shot back to back with Justice League: Part Two (which hits in 2019) remains to be seen. Either way, the next year or more will be dominated by Batman v Supeerman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad as it will obviously be quite some time before we hear about this or Wonder Woman! Thoughts?
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