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Warner Bros. made it clear last week that they were eager to move on a Man of Steel sequel when they fast-tracked the project with director Zack Snyder and writer David Goyer returning — days before the first Man of Steel had even hit theaters. Now a new report reveals just how impatient the studio is. According to a source, Warner Bros. is hoping to push out Man of Steel 2 by 2014, with Justice League following the year after.

That’s a tight schedule for any movie project, let alone ones as expansive and expensive as these two. Good thing, then, that Snyder and Goyer have already started thinking about where to take Superman next. Hit the jump to get the details and read their comments.

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As superhero nation flocks to theaters this weekend to see Man of Steel, everyone is going to be talking about what’s next. How is Warner Bros. going to continue expanding the DC Universe? What bits of this film foreshadow that expansion? And what steps will be taken to eventually get to the Justice League?

None of those questions can be fully answered yet, but screenwriter David Goyer has provided some clues. The writer of Batman Begins, Man of Steel, the upcoming Man of Steel 2 and probably even Justice League revealed that not only does Man of Steel set up that larger DC Universe in theaters, Superman’s revelations in the film will directly influence characters in that world. Read his quotes, as well as a updates on Wonder Wonder, Aquaman and The Flash. Read More »

Justice League

Along with the news that Man of Steel writer David Goyer will be writing the sequel, Man of Steel 2, comes the news he’s also likely to pen a new script for Justice League. Deadline mentioned Goyer’s deal for Man of Steel 2 included the superhero team-up film, and at the Man of Steel premiere in New York he reportedly confirmed he is indeed writing Justice League. Read More »


Man of Steel has begun screening for press across the globe and, with it, spoilers and speculation regarding the continuation of the DC Universe abound. If you are as excited as we are for Zack Snyder‘s Superman reboot, opening June 14, this is probably an article to bookmark and refer back to after you’ve seen it. But if you are simply dying to know how this movie sets a foundation for a possible DC Cinematic Universe, read on. We’ll tread lightly on spoilers and warn you at every turn.

The rumor circulating over the past few months is Snyder himself is in contention to helm a potential Justice League movie. However, in a brand new interview, he suggested that wouldn’t be right without some more Superman in between. He also flat out revealed one of the film’s major easter eggs, which may or may not be related. Read his quotes, along with a little context below. Read More »

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Want to see some hilarious footage from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Has Marvel commented on the rumor of Jeremy Renner being out of The Avengers 2? What is Warner Bros. doing to possibly tease the upcoming Justice League movie? Will Kevin Conroy be back for Batman: Arkham Origins? Which comic creator dropped some new nuggets about Guardians of the Galaxy? Read answers to all these questions, and more, in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

Justice League

In theory, there’s no reason a DC Cinematic Universe shouldn’t work every bit as well as — perhaps better, even — than a Marvel Cinematic Universe. In practice, however, we’ve seen Marvel dominate while Warner Bros. struggles mightily to get their non-Batman and non-Superman properties to take flight. The rumors surrounding the planned Justice League movie haven’t been terribly encouraging so far, either.

Plenty of fans and pundits have put forth ideas on why exactly Warner Bros. is flubbing so badly, and today two prominent industry figures have a bit of advice on how the studio could turn things around. After the jump, read Kevin Feige and Damon Lindelof‘s comments on how to solve a problem like the Justice League.

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There’s a lot we don’t know about Warner Bros. planned Justice League superhero team-up film. We don’t know for certain what characters will be involved, who will star, or what the story will be.

We do know that Will Beall (the Gangster Squad screenwriter) wrote a draft at one point, and the general party line is that the studio has abandoned it in favor of a different take. We’ve heard that the future of the film depends heavily upon the success of Zack Snyder‘s Superman revival Man of Steel, and that Snyder’s Superman success is looking more and more like a guarantee based on reactions to trailers for his film.

The reported relationship between Superman’s fate and the super-team’s future has led to the supposition that Snyder would be asked to direct Justice League. Now there’s a new report to fan the flames of rumor saying that Snyder is WB’s choice for the job. Read More »

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Two of the biggest questions surrounding Zack Snyder‘s Superman reboot Man of Steel would be how much of the original origin he kept intact, and whether or not the film would feature cameos from other superheroes. Answers to those questions are both provided, or at least strongly suggested, in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly. The article details how the origin manages to be both similar to and radically different from the original version. It also confirms that the film “allows you to really introduce other characters in the same world.”

UPDATE: EW published a few more quotes that confirm Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale will not be a part of Justice League, but we can expect an announcement in that realm very soon. Read More »

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What new footage do TWO new Iron Man 3 TV spots reveal? Is the Warner Bros. Justice League movie in trouble? What’s going on on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Did an extra from that film reveal something about Jamie Foxx as Electro? Where can you get a working Rorschach mask from Watchmen? Read about all that and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »