While justice will be dawning on March 25 with the release of Batman v Superman, the first part of Zack Snyder’s Justice League movie will begin filming less than a month later on April 11.
According to EW, the movie is slated to come out November 17, 2017, with Part 2 scheduled for 2019. Part 1 will shoot at the Warner Bros. Leavesden studios in southeast England, as well as at various locations around London and in Iceland. Justice League: Part 2 will shoot at a later date, according to the report, and not back to back with Part 1.
In an interview with the Hall of Justice podcast, Snyder recently teased that characters like Ezra Miller’s Flash and Jason Momoa’s Aquaman will have cameos in BvS. “It’s really just a whisper they exist,” he said.
Snyder’s film is hardly the first time a Justice League movie has crested the horizon. Mad Max director George Miller recently opened up about his mid-2000s attempt to make Justice League: Mortal. “We almost got there. And it wasn’t to be. But that happens a lot, where films line up and the stars look like they’re aligning and they didn’t,” he said.