Looks like Justice League could be even more closely tied to Man of Steel than we thought.
Looks like Warner Bros. are working under the assumption that the Justice League movie is going to happen.
For all the news surrounding DC’s beleaguered Justice League, it’s easy to forget this isn’t the first big budget attempt to bring the gang together on the big screen.
That new Justice League movie might be stuck in limbo, but a new report indicates we could see a Man of Steel sequel sooner than later.
Hope you weren't in a big rush to see that Justice League movie get made.
Mark Millar thinks DC's Justice League is a really, really bad idea.
Amidst all the buzz about DC joining the tentpole party with Justice League, Warner Bros. has a little tidbit worth noting—if Man of Steel bombs, Justice League could be off the table before it even gets off the ground.
Marvel took years and numerous standalone films to set up their big screen team-up with The Avengers. But with a summer 2015 release date already pegged for Justice League, DC doesn’t have that luxury.
When word broke that a Justice League movie was in the works, the big rumor was that Ben Affleck (Argo) was on the short-list to direct and possibly star as one of the iconic heroes. Now, he sets the record straight: He was never actually offered the film, so he didn't technically pass on it. But that doesn't mean he's not interested in doing it.
Evidence is mounting that 2013's Man of Steel could lay some type of groundwork for DC's upcoming Justice League flick, and now producer Christopher Nolan has responded to the buzz.