Justice League and Wonder Woman will start filming before the end of the year according to the latest report. Quite surprising, but we can understand completely why this is happening.
According to the report in Empire Magazine, the Justice League movie will begin filming next spring, which is perfect timing to get the movie ready for its Nov. 17, 2017, release.
As for Wonder Woman, the movie is expected to hit theaters come June 23, and as such, filming will kick off in the autumn of 2015. This won't be the first time we'll get to see Wonder Woman on the big screen, as she will make her debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
"Jenkins is in London prepping Wonder Woman, which will shoot there this autumn. 'I do watch the dailies,' she promises, enthusing about the film's 'street quality.'........They are already doing soft prep for the Justice League, which will begin shooting in the spring, and overseeing the script for Aquaman, which James Wan will direct.'"
Patty Jenkins is expected to direct Wonder Woman, while when it comes down to Justice League, Zack Snyder will take the chair along with Chris Terrio as writer.
We're quite interested in knowing why Wonder Woman will be filmed in London, and whether or not things might venture over to Greece to bring the character's homeland to life.
What about Batman?
Nothing concrete at the moment about the Batman standalone movie, but seeing as how the character is making his presence felt in Suicide Squad, we wouldn't be too surprised if he shows up in Wonder Woman.
We believe the reason Warner Bros. chose to introduce Batman to the Suicide Squad movie is because most of the characters are not well known. When moviegoers see Batman, they will likely run ahead to see what the deal is about Suicide Squad.
Wonder Woman is a known hero, but she might need a boost, and who is best for the job other than Batman? That's right, no one.