It appears that the dawn of justice will happen a little bit earlier than originally predicted.
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have moved up the release date of director Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice from the traditional summer-movie territory of May 6, 2016 to March 25 of that year. The move means DC's big franchise film won't directly compete with one of that year's Marvel films, Captain America 3, which is also slated for that date.
Along with the news of the Batman V Superman move, Warner Bros. also announced a list of release dates for projects through 2020, but with no titles.
Considered one of the foremost motion picture and television production facilities in the world, the Warner Bros. Studios lot in Burbank, CA invites visitors to celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics’ Batman with a special exhibit in their VIP Tour. For a limited time, tour-goers are given an opportunity to view dozens of original costumes, props, gadgets and vehicles from all seven live-action Warner Bros. Batman films, and ComicsAlliance checked it out.
Though the Christopher Nolan Batman movies were "deliberately and smartly positioned as a stand-alone," DC's new Superman movie, Man of Steel, is meant to open up a wide DC movie universe similar to the one Marvel started with Iron Man, Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros...