Today has seen a whole pile of new information on the Justice League films from Warner Bros including the first look at the logo above. They have also revealed that following the destruction of his Batmobile in Dawn of Justice, Batman has indeed built a new one and that was also revealed today:
Also the news site Collider has today talked about a recent onset visit to the film currently being filmed in London and talks about several scenes in the film and confirm that lessons have been learned and that the two part Justice League films will be much light in tone to ‘Dawn of Justice’ with more natural comedy moments and not so focused on deconstructing the heroes in the eyes of the audience.
The first part will focus on Bruce Wayne recruiting the members of the Justice League with one scene being shown to reporters has Bruce recruiting Barry Allen/The Flash. To avoid spoilers if you wish to learn more please check the link above to the Collider report.
Ben Affleck has also spoken about how his Bruce Wayne has changed in Justice League and that fans will see more of the Detective side of Batman in the Justice League films and the solo Batman film which Affleck has confirmed to be directing as well as being credited as Executive Producer on Justice League. The script is not 100% completed yet. Deborah Snyder, Producer on the films also commented on how each of the solo character films will exist together:
“All the films kind of fit in a timeline, but they’re independent films. You can see one and not need to see the other. They operate on their own. They all have their own tone and they deal with different characters. Yet they’re all in the same filmic universe and there is little bits of crossovers that we see. But that isn’t essential to the story.”
That is a whole bunch of information on Justice League and the future character solo films and it sounds as though the feedback from Dawn of Justice has very much been taken to heart not just by DC and Warner Bros but by Zack Snyder and the cast. My own feelings on Dawn of Justice were not the same as the overwhelming negativity surrounding it, it had its faults but it was not a complete travesty and fit in with the tone set my ‘Man of Steel’ but with the members of the Justice League now joining it does offer a chance for a much lighter use of DC Comic’s most iconic heroes.