The head of Warner Bros's new DC Films division Geoff Johns took to Twitter, to debunk "misconceptions" surrounding the title of Justice League. Johns also revealed the official title for the two-part DC adventure.
He wrote on Twitter, "Clearing up any misconceptions -- the Justice League movie is called "Justice League". @BenAffleck @GalGadot@ZackSnyder Happy Friday!"
So, does this mean that the movie will be simply called Justice League. Previously Heroic Hollywood reported that the film could be titled, Justice League United, Justice League: Angels and Demons, Justice League: Gods Among Us or Justice League: Gods Among Men.
Jesse Eisenberg who made his debut as Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice had revealed whether his character would appear in Justice League. Eisenberg said at MCM London Comic-Con [via Cinema Blend] "I'm kind of in wait. They just started filming Justice League, so I'm kind of like waiting for my crack at it. I don't know what I'm allowed to say, because I feel like there's probably some drone following me from DC, and if I say anything wrong I get, you know, picked off. But yeah I think so, and I love it, and I love everybody who's in it. You know, it's a really talented group of people."
The movie will be directed by Zack Snyder, and will include an all-star cast featuring Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Ezra Miller as The Flash/Barry Allen, Jason Momoa as Aquaman. Darkseid is rumoured to be the main villain in the movie.
The Justice League movie is currently filming and will be released on 17 November 2017.