One of the most anticipated superhero flicks of all time has finally been reportedly confirmed, and one of the biggest directors in Hollywood has been allegedly set to bring the movie to life.
On Monday, Hollywood Life reported that Zack Snyder, the director of Man of Steel, Sucker Punch and 300, will be a part of the Justice League movie. The film is set to come out after Batman vs. Superman.
"It will be a further expansion of this universe," Warner Bros. President of Worldwide Production Greg Silverman told The Wall Street Journal. "Superman vs. Batman will lead into Justice League."
According to Hollywood Life, Henry Cavill is going to be reprising his role as Superman for Justice League. He will also play the main role in Batman vs. Superman. Ben Affleck is also allegedly set to play Batman for both of the films. Gal Gadot is also set to join the two as Wonder Woman.
Some other superheroes who are expected to make an appearance in the film are Aquaman, Green Lantern and Flash. The half-robot Cyborg is also supposedly in the process of being cast.
There was also a rumor that Wonder Woman may end up getting her own feature film, and while nothing has been confirmed, there is high anticipation.
"That is our hope," president of worldwide marketing Sue Kroll said. "With the right script, that could be viable. The world is ready for her."
Justice League is expected to hit theaters sometime in 2018.