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Man of Steel Sequel Coming Next Year, Followed by Justice League?

Source:   The Wall Street Journal
June 17, 2013


Though Man of Steel has only been in theaters for a few days, that hasn't stopped people from discussing the future of the DC Universe on film. Writer David Goyer has spoken multiple times already about what the future could hold for the characters.

Now, in speaking with The Wall Street Journal, Warner's president of domestic distribution Dan Fellman had this to say about the future: "It's more than just a franchise for us, it really opens up the door to do combinations of the DC Comics characters. We can build them up like Marvel did and benefit from the history of DC."

Though it was reported last week that a Man of Steel sequel is in the works, this latest report claims the sequel is being fast-tracked to accommodate a 2014 release date. Furthermore, "knowledgeable people close to the studio" also told the WSJ that a "Justice League" film could come out "as soon as 2015." This is all of course speculation until confirmed by the studio and it all seems a little too fast given the pace for Man of Steel's production.

What do you think about all of this? Is 2014 too soon for a Man of Steel sequel? Sound off below!


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