Wondering how Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is going to lead into Justice League: Part One? You’re not alone. We all know that Zack Snyder’s upcoming superhero showdown is set to lay the groundwork for the eventual Justice League film, but we’re not exactly sure yet how it’s going to all connect.
Thankfully, Heroic Hollywood has the answers. According to their sources (who have been wrong before), Warner Bros. is not looking to do a post-credit sting like Marvel usually does. Instead, the closing credits of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice will apparently be a montage similar to what we saw Snyder do with the opening credits of Watchmen.
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Unfortunately, the report wouldn’t reveal what exactly the montage would consist of, but apparently its purpose is to introduce moviegoers to the Justice League.
Seeing as the opening credits sequence was one of the highlights of Watchmen, there’s definitely reason to be excited for what Snyder’s planning here. It’s sure to be an effective and clever way to assemble the superhero team on the big screen for the first time, and should definitely go over well with the fans.
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice hits theaters on March 25th, 2016. Justice League: Part One, meanwhile, will be released on November 17, 2017.
Source: Heroic Hollywood