Currently, we’re completely in the (figurative) dark regarding the official names of Zack Snyder’s Justice League movies. Yes, I know there are more people involved in the creation of the two-part Justice League film(s), but I’m calling them “Zack Snyder’s Justice League movies” so you know exactly who to praise…or who to blame (again). Regardless, we have no clue; the studio is simply referring to the forthcoming Justice League films as Justice League Part One, and Justice League Part Two. Efficiently explanatory but painfully unexciting, right? Well, let’s enliven things with a recently allotted bit of currently unproven, Justice League movie news from our friends at Heroic Hollywood.
According to their source, who is VERY MUCH UNCONFIRMED, Warner Brothers is considering the following four titles: Justice League: United, Justice League: Angels and Demons, Justice League: Gods Among Us, and Justice League: Gods Among Men.
These are some very interesting choices, and very obviously perpetuating the religious overtones prevalent in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Look, Superman’s already seen as a messianic figure delivering relief and security to those currently stranded on rooftops high above waterlogged country roads. Worship is pretty much an unavoidable byproduct.
Heroic Hollywood also states that more DC films are coming with the following, tentative release dates: October 2nd, 2020, April 16th, 2021, July 2nd, 2021, and November 5th, 2021.
What films are they? Hmmmm.
Check out the video below for the full Heroic Hollywood speculation smackdown.