Just as The Avengers was a huge step for all things Marvel in bringing together all of the individually established heroes in their movie pantheon, ComicBook.com is reporting that the Justice League movies will be as equally a huge step for DC Comics and Warner Brothers, as it not only brings together Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman (who have either already been seen or will be seen to some degree in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice), it will also serve as a vehicle for introducing other famous DC superheroes to the big screen, and this is something which has not actually been done before.
According the the DC Extended Universe costume designer, Michael Wilkinson, the Justice League movie will take a year.
“I just started preparation on Justice League,” Wilkinson explained during a panel at CCPX in Brazil. “We’re shooting the film in London. I’m gonna be be there for a year. 6 months of prepping, 6 months of shooting. We have all sorts of fantastic characters we’re bringing to life. All sorts of interesting universes. We’re looking forward to doing a whole new Justice Leaguefor the 21st century.”
The 21st century also means that post-production on the Justice League film will be unimaginably lengthy, possibly taking the same amount of time as pre- and production, if not longer.
This should be an indication that both Part One and Part Two of the Justice League films, slated for 2017 and 2019, respectively, will film back to back as one continuous production, although an Aquaman movie is slated between the two in 2018 and Shazam arrives before Part Two in 2019.
Justice League: Part One hits theaters November 17, 2017.
Are you looking forward to Justice League? Is Warner Bros. taking the right approach by giving us this movie before introducing the remaining team members yet?
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