DC Comics' Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has revealed the official title for the 2017 DC superheroes team-up movie, which has previously gone by the name Justice League: Part One. That title? Simply Justice League.
“Clearing up any misconceptions -- the Justice League movie is called ‘Justice League’," Johns tweeted.
It was Warner Bros. who originally coined the name Justice League: Part One for the 2017 film, simultaneously announced with its sequel, Justice League: Part Two. Director Zack Snyder mentioned earlier this year that those were placeholder names before the final given title, and in late March some sites published unsourced (and now apparently false) rumors of what those final titles would be.
Johns' clarifaction could speak to his reported-but-not-yet-confirmed role as one of two people in charge DC Films, a new film division inside Warner Bros. Pictures to orchestrate the DC Comics' films.
Justice League is due out in theaters November 17, 2017.