Warner Bros. Wins Comic Con By Announcing ‘Batman/Superman’ Crossover Movie

By: 07.20.13  •  70 Comments


Well, it seems as though Warner Bros. arrived at Comic-Con thinking they had something to prove. The studio held a lengthy, two-and-a-half hour plus panel this afternoon, covering upcoming movies such as Seventh Son, Godzilla, World of Warcraft, 300: Rise of an Empire, Gravity, The Lego Movie and Edge or Tomorrow. Hmmm, and they also mentioned something else…what was it again…ohhh right, they announced a freakin’ Batman/Superman crossover movie for 2015! Hoooly s–t guys.

– Okay, first off, Batman/Superman. It’s being directed by Zack Snyder and written by David Goyer and the cast of Man of Steel will all be returning, so for better or worse (in my opinion it’s mostly better) this movie will likely feel a lot like Man or Steel.

What’s the movie going to be about exactly? Well, Warner’s is keeping tight-lipped, but this line was dropped before the official announcement…

“I want you to remember Clark, in all the years to come. In all your private moments. In all the years to come, my hand at your throat. I want you to remember, the one man who beat you.”

Yeah. I have a feeling they may be leaving the “old man Batman” part out, but it seems like the movie may, in part, be based on Dark Knight Returns. Or maybe Zack Snyder just thinks that’s a cool line. Well, anyways, here’s the logo courtesy of ComingSoon


Now, onto non-Batman/Superman news. I know, I know, but not everything can be about Batman and Superman punching each other…

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