Warner Bros. and DC Comics shook the world today when it officially dropped its massive upcoming movie slate. As part of that announcement, it was confirmed that long rumored Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder will be back at the helm for Justice League Part 1 and Part 2.

Also confirmed are Man of Steel stars Henry Cavill as Superman and Amy Adams as Lois Lane, along with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Ben Affleck reprising his role as The Dark Knight.

It's interesting to note in the official press release that Gal Gadot is not included in the returning roster. Does this mean she is not in the movie? That's highly doubtful. The same press release also reveals that a standalone Wonder Woman movie is set to be released in 2017, Ezra Miller is revealed as The Flash, and Jason Momoa is finally confirmed as Aquaman. Its assumed that they are all a part of one or both of these movies. The announcement also includes a Green Lantern reboot and a Cyborg standalone movie, with those characters expected to appear in Justice League as well.

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Justice League Part 1 will be released November 11, 2017, with Part 2 coming in June of 2019. It was previously rumored that Batman and Superman would each be getting their own solo movies as part of this line-up, but those were not included in this list. They were, however mentioned in the press release, and may arrive before 2020, or in 2020. That has not been confirmed.

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