It is being reported by ComicBookResources.com that Warner Bros. has given the go ahead for Justice League Part One to start filming on April 11. Both Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder made the announcement that Justice League will go into production a few weeks after the release of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
What makes this such an interesting story is that mere weeks ago a rumor came out from another news source (which was repeated by everyone EXCEPT us) that Warner Bros. was not happy with some initial screenings Dawn of Justice was receiving, which would then force them to shuffle their filming schedule around and bump up a solo Batman film ahead of the Justice League film. While other news sources were also reporting it, not one of them actually substantiated the rumor with a source of their own; rather they were pointing towards the originator of that rumor. For those fans that were worried, this announcement can pretty much put those fears to bed. Clearly Warner Bros. intends to go forward with their plans regarding the DC Movie Universe.
Justice League Part One will be released to theaters November 17, 2017.
So were you among the fans who were concerned about the troubling rumor regarding the filming schedule? Do you think that maybe Warner Bros. went ahead with this plan, not because they have more confidence in Dawn of Justice than what was originally reported, or because they just want to quiet fans’ fears?
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