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DC and WB developing Justice League movie; No connection to Snyder’s Superman or Nolan’s Batman

Warner Brothers executive Jeff Robinov reavaled to the LA Times that the studio is planning a “Justice League” movie for release in 2013:

His most immediate hurdle is filling the void that will be left this summer when the multibillion-dollar “Harry Potter” series shepherded by Horn ends. Robinov is betting on DC Comics characters to take center stage starting in June with the $200-million-plus production “Green Lantern.”

Considering the film would be released just a year after new Superman and Batman projects, it would seem likely they would connected in some way. Not true, says “Man of Steel” director Zack Snyder who revealed that the project will exist seperately from his film and Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” films:

‘It doesn’t. Like what Chris Nolan is doing and what I’m doing with Superman, what they’ll do with Justice League will be it’s own thing with it’s own Batman and own Superman. We’ll be over here with our movie and they kinda get to do it twice which is kinda cool’.

Watch the interview clip with Snyder below.

This article was included in my latest edition of Sci-Fi Movies, which you can read in full here.

  • Guest

    The problem with JLA is well big whoop they decided yeah lets do it cause marvel thought of it first. The concept of Batman having a PG light blue gay suit as opposed to black almost in and out of JLA, also with regards that collaborating the universe not on the agender making this somewhat awkward. DC can bitch as much about the Marvel universe but having reality disorder to keeping say movies connected like The Avengers in their universe isn’t hard. Going bitch but where’s Darkseid, The death of Superman, 2nd Robin’s death or minor charactors profile. In conclusion I say no cause it ain’t a collaborative universe.