Rumor: BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN TO Film Back To Back With JUSTICE LEAGUE; The Movie The Rock Has Been Teasing
With all the Batman Vs. Superman news/rumors, it’s almost easy to forget that DC and WB seem to be setting themselves up for Justice League. The big question is when will we see the League join up for their first feature film. Another question is who will the League consist of? As of right now, Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) seem to be locks for the movie, but new rumors seem to not only suggest when Justice League might be filming, but who else might be joining the League.
First we will cover when the film might start shooting. According to Latino Review, WB is looking to maximizer their time they have with their stars by filming right after Batman Vs. Superman is done filming. Another reason they are looking to get filming on Justice League going right away, is it looks as if Batman Vs. Superman will end on a cliff hanger, and they want to “be able to deliver the second film within a year to strike while the iron is hot.”
The second little bit of info comes in the form of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Previously, Johnson had created a firestorm while doing a Q & A when he said he had been holding meetings with WB brass about a DC project. He kicked it up even more when asked if John Stewart might be a role he would consider and he answers, “Funny you should mention that…” While Latino Review isn’t sure who The Rock will be, they are claiming that he is INDEED going to be in Justice League.
So there you have it, a lot of this isn’t confirmed so take it with a grain of salt until told other wise. Follow the link below to see what Latino Review had to say about some other rumors that have cropped up recently. And as always, make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest.
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Source : Latino Review