Variety has an extensive report on Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment's plans for the "Justice League" brand, which mentions that a movie based on the superhero power house of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and more will hopefully "get up on the bigscreen in 2015." A tragically long three years away.
In addition to that news, Variety reports: "It will be another several months before Warner Bros. announces a new slate of superhero pics, Robinov has said. Until then, all roads already appear to lead to a 'Justice League' team-up in some form."
Beyond "Man of Steel," the two DC Comics movies currently in active development are "The Flash" and "Wonder Woman." Marc Guggenheim and Michael Green are writing the former, while Michael Goldberg is working on the latter. All three of them are veterans of 2011's "Green Lantern."
In brighter news, it sounds like the Justice League will factor into Rocksteady Studios' planned followup to "Batman: Arkham City." Early buzz is that the "highly stylized" game will be "a prequel that revolves around Batman's first meeting with the Joker. It's based on the Silver Age of DC's comicbooks from the 1950s when the Caped Crusader teamed with other heroes like Superman and founded the Justice League of America."
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