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Batman Dead? That’s What Zack Snyder Wanted In The ‘Justice League’ Sequel

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When directing a film, many people want to take characters down a different path. Unfortunately, things don’t get to work out that way. One major Hollywood director spilled the beans on what could’ve been. As expected, fans are freaking out.

Kill The Batman

Zack Snyder got the gig of a lifetime when he was announced to direct 2013’s Man of Steel. Following its release, he landed directing roles in the films Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Unfortunately, a family tragedy struck, which caused him to be removed from the director’s chair in future DC Films.

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On fan on Vero asked if Snyder had plans to kill off Batman in the Justice League sequel. Attached to this question was an image of Superman carrying a dead Batman. The director simply stated, “Of course.” That film would’ve been at the end of his five film arc.

A Crisis At Every Turn

Upon hearing the news, many comic book fans pointed to Grant Morrison’s seven-issue Final Crisis series. Released back in 2008, the series features the deaths of some DC characters, including Batman via Omega Beams. At the end of the series, Batman is found to be alive after being sent back in time.

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The cover art of the hardcore book shows Superman carrying a wounded Batman.

Back To Work

While Snyder may not be directing, he has producing credits on the Aquaman and Wonder Woman 1984 films. When it comes to Aquaman, the director is completely on board with James Wan’s work. “I’m excited to see what James Wen does with this king,” he also said on Vero.

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Snyder is also set to produce the forthcoming movie with The Flash. The movie is slated to begin shooting early next year in Atlanta in England. Fans can watch the final product on the big screen sometime in 2020.

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