When asked what ideas he has for the follow-up, Zack Snyder said that he hasn't had a chance to speak with Warner Bros. yet, since he is still doing press for the international release.
"I'm going to be a hundred percent honest with you, I haven't yet gotten to speak to the studio about all these awesome details (because I've been overseas on the junket). So my hope is, when I get home I can sit down with everyone and it'll be like 'Okay, so what are we going to do?.. We need to do something...'"
He teased that the explosive nature of Man of Steel makes it a hard act to follow for a sequel.
"We almost destroyed the world last time, now what!?"
"I really wanted to expand the DC Universe and I really wanted to make sure, in Superman's world, that all that is a possibility."
He also addressed complaints from the fans that Lex Luthor wasn't in the first movie, but reveals that the villain is most definitely a part of this world.
"People have been like 'there's no kryptonite in the movie!' and 'there's no Lex Luthor in the movie!', and by no means am I saying those things don't exist, I'm just saying he didn't run into them here [this time]."
Best of the Web
Batman v Superman Ultimate R-Rated Edition Runtime Announced
New details have emerged about the Batman V Superman extended cut, which comes to Blu-ray with over 2 hours of special features.
Batman v Superman Had an Original Runtime of 4 Hours
Editor David Brenner says that nearly 90 minutes of footage from Batman V Superman didn't make it to theaters.
Batman Has a History with Every Suicide Squad Villain
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje reveals the sorted relationship Batman has with the anti-heroes of Suicide Squad.
Batman: The Killing Joke Movie Makes This One Big Change
Fans worried about the treatment of Barbara Gordon in Batman: The Killing Joke are in for a big surprise.
Batman & Fantastic Beasts Highlight Warner Bros. CinemaCon Panel
Warner Bros. shows why they may be the only big studio able to give Disney a run for their money at the box office.
Batman Solo Movie with Director Ben Affleck Confirmed
Warner Bros.' CEO Kevin Tsujihara announces at CinemaCon that the Ben Affleck Directed Batman movie is happening.