Despite the fact that Warner Bros. provisionally titled the two Justice League movies Justice League Part One and Justice League Part Two, recent comments from those involved with the movies have pointed to them actually being two standalone pictures rather than one big overarching story.
Regardless of whether or not that’s the case, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder has now revealed that the title for that first instalment could end up changing.
“Right now the working title is Justice League. Actually, I’m in that phase where I’ve been drawing logos and I’ve been drawing title treatments and stuff like that to try and figure out what it means, what Justice League is, visually, so we’ll see if the name evolves with this visual presentation.”
Some sort of subtitle could be pretty cool, especially as “Dawn of Justice” has worked pretty well for Batman V Superman. Time will tell whether or not it ends up getting a different name of course, but when the filmmaker was asked to provide an update on the current status of the production, he replied:
“The schedule’s close, it’s not quite as long, but give or take. We have a more efficient machine in England because we have a big backlot that we built for Gotham and Metropolis, so it’ll be easier to photograph than when you have to close down streets. But it’s a beautiful backlot.”
With Amy Adams returning as Lois Lane and Commissioner Jim Gordon now confirmed to appear, common sense always pointed to us returning to those iconic DC Comics locations. You have to believe that more will be added though, and the action taking place somewhere like Star City or even off planet would make for a very fun change of pace.