DC's upcoming Justice League movie is called Justice LeagueBy Robin-Leigh Chetty 6 June 2016 | Categories: news
Say what you will about Dawn of Justice (review), and many people have, but this year's Batman v Superman flick has officially kicked off the DC's extended movie universe. While we still have hope that August's Suicide Squad will turn the tide, as far as the company's poor movie track record goes, it is a 2017-slated project that draws our attention today.
Unsurprisingly, the title for the sequel to Dawn of Justice has been confirmed as Justice League by DC's Geoff Johns via Twitter. Johns was hoping to clear up any "misconceptions," with titles such as Justice League: Gods Among Us and Justice League: Angels and Demons being bandied about. Our personal submission would've been Justice League: Welcome to the Darkseid.
Moving on, the film is currently on schedule to release in November 2017, with the follow-up film dated for 2019. Whether Justice League can do better than its predecessor, critically speaking, remains to be seen. In the meantime, yet another trailer for Dawn of Justice has been released, this time for the R-rated Blu-Ray extended cut version. Enjoy below.
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