Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues
Man of Steel rumors have swarmed the internet even before the film graced theatres and earned an astounding amount in the box office. Writer of Man of Steel and the anticipated Justice League, David S. Goyer, is speaking out to address rumors revolving around the film as well as the highly anticipated Justice League film.
Goyer has unveiled that a sequel to Man of Steel may not be coming out as soon as many have suspected, reports Empire. He also addressed Warner Bros unique plans for a Justice League movie.
The writer told Empire that a Justice League film would work differently from The Avengers.
Warner Bros seems to want to release a Justice League film before individual character-driven feature films. This is unlike The Avengers where a handful of independent films worked up to the group film.
While Man of Steel’s success is obvious, it is not telling of how Warner Bros approach to a Justice League film will be received.
The Avengers worked effectively because the individual films gave a back-story, providing moviegoers with knowledge regarding the superheroes involved. If Warner Bros release a group film first, those unfamiliar with the comics will be going in blindly, with limited familiarity except for with Batman, Superman and Green Lantern.