DC has decided to throw a bone to fans, as Geoff Johns took to Twitter to announce the official title of Justice League: Part One. It will just be “Justice League.” While keeping it simple might be a good idea, is DC playing it safe?
DC fans hoping Justice League: Part One to be named after successful comics
While fans hoped the movie is entitled “Justice League of America (JLA),” the name was ignored, since the meaning behind the title was different from the time it appeared in the classic comic.
There were a number of titles that surfaced in the internet. They seem to be the rumored titles DC was considering for the movie. According to Gizmodo, these were:
- Justice League: United
- Justice League: Angels and Demons
- Justice League: Gods Among Us
- Justice League: Gods Among Men
The last two titles were though of due to teasers included in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. We can hope that DC might reveal the title as a “two-parter” in the future. If it’s in fact “Gods Among Us” or “Gods Among Men,” they seem to give out almost half its plot.
The Justice League cast and crew are currently in London shooting the movie. Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) still hasn’t confirmed his role in the movie, although he will be appearing there. Moreover, we haven’t received news regarding the supervillains yet to arrive on planet Earth.
In our earlier report, we unveiled new info about why we should expect the arrival Kalibak beside Steppenwolf. The Justice League movie is scheduled to release on November 17, 2017. Zack Snyder has also confirmed its sequel to hit theaters in 2019.
— Geoff Johns (@geoffjohns) June 4, 2016
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