With the delay of Batman vs. Superman earlier this year, many fans are wondering what will happen with the films that Warner Bros is planning for after the upcoming movie. There have been rampant rumors that Batman vs. Superman will either itself be or lead into a Justice League movie.
This makes sense, since DC seems to be copying the Marvel movie strategy and the Justice League is the DC equivalent to The Avengers. Latino-Review claims to have a scoop on what Warner Bros is planning as far as a Justice League movie goes and states that the ensemble movie will shoot back-to-back with Batman vs. Superman and hit theaters relatively soon after.
Well, the current thought amongst some insiders is that Batman vs Superman and Justice League are going to be shot back-to-back, ala The Hobbit films, the Pirates of The Caribbean sequels, and the latter two Matrix flicks.
It wouldn’t surprise many to see a strategy like this happen and it could explain the delay of the current production of Batman vs. Superman. There’s no way to verify this, as Warner Bros. is very tight lipped about the new film, but it’s definitely something to keep an eye on, especially after the most recent delay in filming.
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