BREAKING AT COMIC-CON: Warner Bros. Plans ‘Flash’ for 2016, ‘Justice League’ for 2017!


justice_leagueSo mark off your calendars all you comic book and superhero nerds (don’t worry, I’m right there with you).  Terence shared the news earlier today that the next sequel to Man of Steel will feature Batman teaming up with Superman.  Zack Snyder will return to direct the next installment.

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that sources have announced a Flash movie for 2016 with a Justice League movie coming in 2017.  My dreams seem to have come true.

It’s still unclear who will be playing Batman in the Superman film but I’m sure many of us have ideas of who should be playing the Caped Crusader.

Those unclear with the original and founding members of the “Justice League” are:

  • Batman
  • Superman
  • Wonder Woman
  • Flash
  • Green Lantern
  • Aquaman
  • Martian Manhunter

There have been rumors that a Wonder Woman and Aquaman film are in early development.

Include your thoughts below.  Are you excited?

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