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'Justice League 2' Release Date: Pushed Back According To Snyder; A New Batman Movie to Hit the Screens in 2017? [VIDEO]

Update Date: Dec 12, 2016 05:46 AM EST

Zack Snyder, one of the chief architects of the DC Extended Universe, has decided to push back "Justice League 2," to be released originally on June 14, 2019, to make way for a stand-alone "Batman" movie.

After a successful "Batman Vs Superman," people are asking for more from the superheroes.

In 2015, before "Batman Vs Superman" was released, Ben Affleck, who starred as Batman or Bruce Wayne in the movie, discussed the possibility of him to direct the next solo Batman movie and showed how he would love it. Now, Affleck's got it. In April 2016, Snyder had to convince Affleck to head the solo movie, which means, not only will he star as Bruce Wayne, but he will direct it as well. Affleck is also responsible for the script of the upcoming film.


There is no official date yet as to when the "Justice League 2" will be released but the production is expected to shoot early in 2017, The Hollywood Reporter reported.

"The Batman," the official title of the movie, will also star Joe Manganiello as the main supervillain named Deathstroke and a few other casts who will be known as soon as possible. One supermovie starring a superhero and a few supervillians made for superfans.

Possible Plots

Rumor has it that two possible plots have been spreading over the internet. However, Affleck confirms he wants an "original story." These crazy rumors make the superfans more excited and more thrilled. What could be behind closed doors right now is a mystery that will only be solved when the crew starts filming.

"Justice League"

The first "Justice League" will be on theaters on November 17, 2017. As for "Justice League 2," even though it is moved to a later date, Snyder confirms that he will not leave the production and will still direct it.

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