Earlier today, we heard some news about several potential titles for Zack Snyder’s currently shooting Justice League movie. Among the many monikers were Justice League: United and Justice League: Angels and Demons. It appears, however, that Warner Bros. is keeping it simple for this one, as co-head of the studio’s DC Films division, Geoff Johns, has revealed that the title will be, Justice League.
Johns broke the news via Twitter, Tweeting the following:
— Geoff Johns (@geoffjohns) June 4, 2016
So, there you have it. Short and sweet, no fancy subtitles. It’s probably best left that way, too. But of course, this begs the question: what will the second part be called? They could still go with Justice League: Part Two, though that may be odd given that the first part has no subtitle.
Regardless, Justice League is what the first instalment is being called and while it’s currently in production over in London, you’ll be able to catch it on the big screen when it hits theatres on November 17th, 2017.