Warner Bros. finally pulled the trigger this week and moved Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice away from Captain America 3. The two big budget superhero films were both set for a May 6, 2016 release, but now Bats v Supes has moved to March 25, 2016 and WB president of domestic distribution Dan Fellman has now discussed the move with Entertainment Weekly:
Meanwhile, Batman v Superman is currently shooting in Detroit and rumors are flying all around along with set pictures and video, but more interesting than that is that while a couple of radio hosts on Detroit’s 97.1 The Ticket were disparaging Aquaman on the radio, a caller phoned into the show claiming to be director Zack Snyder. Aquaman has yet to be confirmed for the film, but it’s highly believed actor Jason Momoa will be playing the superhero if only in a small role and despite that.
Since appearing on air, Slashfilm has confirmed it was indeed Snyder on the line and gives us this transcript:
So, uh… there?
Finally, and heading back to Fellman, the studio recently Justice League, considering Snyder is shooting it back-to-back after Dawn of Justice? Apparently the studio will be announcing some of the titles this month and as for whether or not it will be Justice League in that same year, he says, “While it hasn’t been officially announced, I think it’s a pretty good bet.”