The director said at Comic-Con that although the script is still being finished, the movie should be out by 2015
One of the biggest rumours to be circulating around this years San Diego Comic-Con International was the potential big screen team up with two of the most famous superheroes of all; Batman and Superman. These rumours were confirmed towards the end of the convention when Man of Steel director Zack Snyder told an eager audience that he and a team of others are currently working on the script for the superhero crossover, with Warner Brothers going on to confirm their involvement in the project shortly after the announcement.
Henry Cavill will reprise his role as the Man of Steel
Much to the delight of many of the comic book fans at the San Diego convention, and indeed to the delight of superhero fans the world over, a Batman/Superman crossover film has long be awaited and following the huge success of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy and this years equally impressive Superman re-boot, Man of Steel, an eventual collaboration between the heroes had been expected. In the DC comic universe, the two have teamed up on more than one occasion, beginning with a slew of friendly team-ups in the 1950's to the 70's, before Frank Miller's The Dark Knight comics changed the complexion of their relationship to an antagonistic one where the two heroes barely see eye-to-eye on anything. The big screen hook-up will probably take the latter route.
Zack Snyder is currently working on a script and will direct
Man of Steel actor Henry Cavill will be reprise his role as Superman, however Christian Bale has since said that he plans on hanging up his cowl for good and letting another actor take up the post as the Dark Knight for any subsequent Batman movies.
Production for the much-anticipated crossover is expected to begin by early to mid-2014 and the completed film is expected to be released in the summer of 2015.
Hopefully it will be better than Batman Live