This may in fact be the biggest weekend in comic book fandom in such a long time. Yesterday, Warner Brothers announced a super team-up film for Batman/Superman, making it the first time they hit the big screen together. Followed by Marvel’s huge announcement of Avengers: Age of Ultron, which left fanboys foaming out the mouth.

Well, it appears Warner Brothers wasn’t quite finished with their huge announcement of projects. THR has officially confirmed that The Flash and Justice League will in fact follow the World’s Finest  movie. The Flash is currently expected in 2016, with Justice League hitting a year later in 2017. It’s good to see that these guys finally have a plan figured out for the first phase of the DC Universe.

These plans are currently tentative based on scheduling and production, but the point is that it’s all finally piecing together. I’m glad to see them moving forward with The Flash as the first character outside Batman or Supe. I think Barry Allen/The Flash has great potential as a property, and I’m shocked it has taken this long for a film to be made.

What do you think about The Flash and Justice League finally receiving release dates? Is Flash, Superman and Batman enough to lead to the Justice League movie? Let us know your thoughts.

Source: THR