HeroFix explains why delaying the 'Man Of Steel' sequel until 2016 is the right move for DC
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2. Shifting "Batman Vs Superman" Decreases the Wait for the Next DC Superhero Movie
The only thing we know for sure is "Batman Vs Superman" isn't going to be the last DC film if Warner Bros. has their way. Even before the industry-shattering announcement at Comic-Con International, speculation was rampant that the "Man of Steel" sequel would spawn the DC Cinematic Universe. The flames of this line of speculation were fanned when it was announced that Wonder Woman would play a major role in "Batman Vs Superman," unifying DC's Trinity for the first time on the big screen -- in Wonder Woman's case, this will be her live-action, silver screen debut. A "Justice League" movie, and it's various spin-offs, will take a good while to produce; pre-production alone could be a logistical nightmare for any director trying to wedge as many iconic DC characters in the film as possible. The last thing Warner Bros. wants is for there to be a huge gap of time between "Batman Vs Superman," "Justice League" and any conceivable spin-off films. If Warner Bros. is wise, it will hit fans with a one, two punch of films and have "Batman Vs Superman" lead right into whatever the follow-up is. Any other approach risks a loss of momentum.