Early screenings and reviews by fans and critics worldwide tease Batman v Superman ending on a cliffhanger setting up the stage for The Justice League. Now that's hardly a revelation as it is something fans knew beforehand. But it has left several fans now eagerly awaiting the rest of the movies in the DC Extended Universe. BvS producer Deborah Snyder recently shared an updated timeline and production schedule for those movies.
"So Suicide Squad is in post and that comes out later this summer, and Wonder Woman we just finished most of the bulk of principal photography in London," said Snyder at a promotional event for Batman v Superman (via ComicBookMovie).
"They're taking a two-week hiatus so Gal [Gadot] can do press, and then we go back and shoot the Themiscyra sections in Italy, and then come back for some pickups in London, just some green screen and some tank work, and things like that."
"We start Justice League April 11th and that is at Leavesden, mostly on stage and some locations around there as well as Iceland and I think a beat in Scotland at the end of the schedule. And we are working with James Wan on the development of the Aquaman script right now, and I'm hoping that sometime first quarter of next year we'll be in production on that movie as well as working on the script for Flash. So it's a little busy."
Fans expecting some exciting on-set leaked material from The Justice League shoot might not want to get their hopes too high as it seems like most of the filming will take place inside the studio.
Hopefully, Warner Bros will release official looks for the costumes of characters we've yet to see, like Flash, Mera and Cyborg. Justice League Part One arrives in theatres on 17 November 2017. While there's a strong possibility that Justice League could shift to a later date, the film will currently compete with Thor: Ragnarok.