27 Oct 2021 5:15 PM +00:00 UTC

Zack Snyder Addresses Possibility of Directing Justice League 2

Earlier this year, the release of Zack Snyder's Justice League on HBO Max delighted fans as it finally gave us Zack Snyder's true vision of 2017's Justice League. But afterwards, there have been petitions to continue the Snyderverse although it seems like the possibility is becoming slimmer as time goes by, especially now that DC has planned their film slate for the next few years.

Speaking with Games Radar, Snyder was asked if he would be open to directing another Justice League film. He simply responded, "Oh gosh, I wouldn't have thought of that. Listen, I loved making all those DC movies, and I love superheroes, and I love the genre. I'm very excited to see Matt [Reeves]'s Batman movie [The Batman], so that's exciting. Something like that [though], I'm not sure."

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It seems that Snyder has already moved on from being involved in the DCEU. After all, he recently signed a first-look deal with Netflix where he is developing a lot of film projects for the streamer including Rebel Moon which will be his next directorial feature. Warner Bros. has also announced some time ago that Zack Snyder's Justice League is just a one-off event, with no plans of following it up with a sequel.

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Up to this day, there are still #RestoretheSnyderVerse petitions from fans that are still hoping that Snyder will continue making DCEU films after Zack Snyder's Justice League. Unfortunately, we do have to accept the fact that there is no chance for the director to be involved in such anymore. However, Warner Bros. and DC Films can still do another Justice League film if they want to and it would be very different from Snyder's version since they will hire a different filmmaker. As of now, there are still no plans for them to do a team-up film as they are focusing more on solo projects.

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Snyder might be no longer involved in the DCEU, but the franchise still lives on with the upcoming slate of films such as The Flash and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.