SDCC’ 13: DC Planning A Flash Movie Followed By The Long Awaited Justice League Film

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justice-leagueWarner Bros. big panel is taking place right now, but their secrets and announcements are hemorrhaging out all over the web. Just a little while ago we brought you the news of a World’s Finest movie as a follow-up to Man of Steel, but now it’s being reported that Flash and Justice League will follow shortly thereafter.

The Hollywood Reporter is…well, reporting…that the Superman/Batman movie is a go for 2015 followed by a Flash movie in 2016. After those three heroes get established on the big screen, the long awaited film that has had more starts and stops than any other film in recent memory will take place in 2017. That’s right. Justice League will come out in 2017. Now these haven’t been announced at Comic-Con just yet, but it seems like these really are WB’s big announcement. When the panel wraps, we’ll bring you any needed updates.

It’s important to remember that both Flash and Justice League have been worked on off and on for the past few years. David Goyer had a Flash script done or close to done at one point in time. There’s no word on what script will be used or who is involved with each movie at this early stage, but we’ll be hearing a lot more about these movies very soon. I can guarantee that. What do you think about DC finally kicking things into high gear? The ball is now in Fox and Marvel‘s court. They take the stage later this evening for their panels.

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Source : The Hollywood Reporter