Looks like actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan will not be the only common thread between Watchmen and Batman v Superman, for director Zack Snyder. There has been a lot of talk and speculation about how Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will really set the stage for its follow-up - The Justice League. A latest spoiler report reveals that secret...and it's got nothing to do with a Marvel style post-credits scene!
According to Heroic Hollywood, Zack Snyder has decided to set up The Justice League by incorporating a technique he used in his 2009 film, Watchmen - a montage sequence.
"The closing credits on Batman v Superman will consist of a montage sequence reminiscent of what Zack Snyder did with the opening credits on Watchmen," states the website report. Check it out below:
Now what this rumoured closing credits montage will contain remains a mystery. But it looks like a pretty cool idea to showcase the storyline of different members of The Justice League. Hopefully, we will get to see the DC Cinematic Universe' Green Lantern(s) suited up, during this sequence.
Using this technique, Warner Bros avoids the comparisons to Marvel, by not taking the 'post-credits scene' route.
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice releases on 25 March, 2016 while The Justice League: Part One will be released in theatres on 17 November, 2017.