'The Flash' and 'Justice League' Now in the Works for 2016 & 2017?
Following the big news of Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment planning a film that will unite Batman and Superman on the big screen for the first time ever, it appears that's not all the comic book news rocking the boat today. In addition to that team-up being planned for release in 2015, Heat Vision was first to report it will be followed by an adaptation of The Flash set for 2016, and then Justice League finally coming together in 2017. That means three of the major team members of the superhero ensemble will appear on the big screen before coming together, unless of course Ryan Reynolds returns as Green Lantern. Read on!
That also means Wonder Woman won't be venturing to the big screen before Justice League is rounded up, but if the female heroine works in the ensemble, maybe her own film will follow. This announcement wasn't made at Warner Bros., so this should probably just be considered a rumor for now. But if Batman is going to enter the mix in the next Superman movie, then it stands to reason that The Flash and Justice League could come down the road. We're still not sure how Warner Bros. plans to round all these characters up for one single feature film, but we'll see what happens.