Zack Snyder Teases Official ‘Justice League’ Title; Talks Production Schedule

After years of work, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has finally been completed, and plenty of lucky fans from all around the world have already seen the movie. Right after the cast and crew of the movie are done with the numerous worldwide premieres over the next few days, they will travel back to London to start filming the first Justice League movie, which is slated to hit theaters in November 2017.

In a recent interview with Collider at the press junket for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, director Zack Snyder was asked whether or not the first Justice League movie has an official title. However, despite the fact that they start filming in a little over three weeks, he says that there’s no title yet:

“Right now the working title is Justice League. Actually, I’m in that phase where I’ve been drawing logos and I’ve been drawing title treatments and stuff like that to try and figure out what it means, what Justice League is, visually, so we’ll see if the name evolves with this visual presentation.”

As for how long they’re going to be shooting the movie, Snyder revealed that it’s going to take less time to complete than Batman v Superman, which took around eight months to wrap principal photography:

“The schedule’s close, it’s not quite as long, but give or take. We have a more efficient machine in England because we have a big backlot that we built for Gotham and Metropolis, so it’ll be easier to photograph than when you have to close down streets. But it’s a beautiful backlot.”

So, it sounds like we’re definitely going to see both Gotham and Metropolis in the movie in addition to Atlantis. The director also touched on the Batman v Superman logo, which he created himself:

“The Batman v Superman logo I drew so long ago. I know there’s versions of it that existed anyway, but that one in particular I [drew]. The thing that’s kinda cool about the Batman suit [and] our Batman logo is that the dimension is the same as the Man of Steel logo, the bottom of the bat. So I said, “No, it’s cool. It’s okay. It’s mythologically okay.”

What do you guys think? Are you looking forward to the big title reveal? For now, feel free to suggest your own titles in the comment section below.

Source: Collider

Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.