Back in February, it was revealed that production on Justice League will begin on April 11, although Warner Bros. has been rather secretive about this superhero adventure. They still haven't issued any sort of official press release confirming that filming is under way, although we know it's happening at Pinewood Studios in the U.K. One possible reason that the studio has been keeping quiet about the movie is they're still trying to figure out an official Justice League title. Today we have a new rumor that claims there are four possible titles that are being considered.

This rumor comes from the Heroic Hollywood podcast Heroic Insider, where Umberto Gonzalez revealed the four titles. He does mention that these are still just rumors at this point, and have not been confirmed, but the four titles are Justice League: United, Justice League: Angels & Demons, Justice League: Gods Among Us and Justice League: Gods Among Men. It isn't known for sure when Warner Bros. plans on making an official announcement.

In related DCEU news, Gonzalez claims that the studio is eyeing four new release dates for unspecified superhero movies. Those dates are October 2nd, 2020, April 16th, 2021, July 2nd, 2021 and November 5th, 2021, which, as of now, don't have any direct competition. If these dates are confirmed, it would signal that the studio is looking to take a page out of Marvel's playbook, by starting to release three films a year, instead of two.

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As of now, Cyborg (April 3, 2020) and Green Lantern Corps. (July 24, 2020) are the two movies Warner Bros. plans on releasing in 2020. It's possible that the October 2nd, 2020 date could be held for Ben Affleck's upcoming Batman Reboot, but there is also talk that it could take the studio's October 5, 2018 date. During the studio's CinemaCon presentation, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirmed the movie is happening, and that it will be released at some point over the next five years, meaning it's possible that it could be slated for any of these 2021 release dates as well.

As for Justice League, the studio has set a November 17, 2017 date for Justice League Part 1, with Justice League Part 2 hitting theaters on June 14, 2019. We also recently learned that The Flash movie may have found a new director, with Dope filmmaker Rick Famuyiwa entering talks to replace Seth Grahame-Smith at the helm. We'll be sure to keep you posted with any updates on Justice League and the rest of the movies in the DCEU as soon as more information is released.