Friday, June 3, 2016

Geoff Johns Confirms Official Title: 'Justice League'

Image: Batman v Superman London afterparty via Jason Momoa


The weekend started off slow, but then came DC's Geoff Johns with some big news!


That sounds like the official title to us, and we love it. It seems Johns spoke out in response to those who claim to have the inside scoop on the film (and potential working titles), killing those rumors like a boss.

We can't wait to see what Warner Bros. has in store for us at Comic-Con next month!

8 comments:

  1. Thanks, Geoff! But Henry! Dude! You're Superman! You should be standing in the middle, not the back!

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    1. Preparing for the moment we get that first picture of them in costume together. The internet is going to implode!

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    2. Indeed it is! It'll be beyond historic!

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  2. Right on, Deo. I hope Henry has more to say in JL and its not all Batman.

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    1. He'll probably speak a lot more in JL and even have a stronger presence (not that he didn't already have one). If he's gonna be the leader, he has to!

      I'm actually not too bothered with Batman. It's said that his storyline won't just involve him locating other members of the League, but him questioning his usefulness in an ever-changing, escalating world. You saw how he fared against Doomsday. Not so useful, right? He'll probably accept this by the end of the film and make himself a part-time member who prefers to stay in Gotham (where he holds utmost usefulness and dominance) like in the comics.

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  3. O: where's amy adams!!!

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  4. Nice and simple! think titles can throw people off. Not that BvS was bad I think many fans expected more from the title alone. Good call WB

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  5. I feel like a Kid, can't wait to see my favorite Justice Leagues on the Screen and of course the man himself Mr. HENRY CAVILL aka SUPES !!!!

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