JUSTICE LEAGUE Will Be Only One Movie, After All

Producer says JUSTICE LEAGUE movie is not being split in two!

There seems to be some confusion over at Warner Bros, but fans will probably be happy with the result: Justice League producer Deborah Snyder, wife of director Zack Snyder, has confirmed that the film will not be split into two parts.

“We were only ever planning and we are only doing Justice League. Just Justice League. One movie,” Deborah Snyder said during a recent press set visit, according to Vulture.

The statement contradicts reports from as early as October 2014 that the Justice League story arc would take place in two parts coming on November 17, 2017 and June 14, 2019, respectively. However, if anyone knew how things were working on the film, it’s a producer!

As for 2019?

“I think we still have a release date… As far as I know,” said Zack Snyder, adding to the confusion a bit. It’s hard to know if the director is alluding to multiple Justice League films with individual stories like The Avengers films or if he’s using the royal “we”– as in, the DC-Warner Bros. movie universe still has the release date reserved for another project.

Splitting one story arc into two parts was first popularly utilized by Warner Bros. to adapt the massive Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book and many other studios were quick to follow upon recognizing its cash cow potential, but recently backlash from critics and audiences alike have made the concept harder to sell, even for franchises with a massive worldwide fanbase.

The one and only Justice League is due in theaters on November 17, 2017.

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