Although when the initial announcement of DC Extended Universe films was made Justice League was revealed to be a 2-part saga, recently during a set visit, it was brought to light that this idea has more or less been scrapped. The story will apparently not be broken up over two films, and each film will be its own thing. Even though recently DCEU co-head Geoff Johns revealed the title of the first Justice League film to be titled simply that; Justice League, it still wasn’t clear whether or not the two part concept simply didn’t make it into the title, or if the idea was scrapped completely.
Revealing that the two will in fact be separate standalone movies, director Zack Snyder’s wife, Deborah Snyder is quoted saying,
“We were only ever planning, and we are only doing, Justice League,”
Wasting no time to chime in, the man himself said,
“We still have a release date, Justice League a complete movie. It doesn’t end like, ‘Well, that’s the DC Universe!’”
Sounds like the story will not only be told to completion, but may even allude to future events in the expanding DC Extended Universe. So, what are your guys’ thoughts? Are you happy that the two films will be separate, or did you prefer it when they were both parts of the others’ story? Be sure to comment below!
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