Justice League: Part One isn’t scheduled to hit movie theaters until November 17, 2017. However, according to a new report in the Comic-Con print edition of Entertainment Weekly, Warner Bros. already has a complete script for the film.
Argo screenwriter Chris Terrio, who was brought in to rewrite the Batman V. Superman script, has reportedly already finished the script for Justice League. According to EW, Terrio and director Zack Snyder locked themselves in a room with a large supply of Diet Coke to help them stay alert as they plotted the films.
“Chris would talk and I would draw it and it was basically this weird mural of the movies with no words,” said Snyder. Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns is noted as one of the influences on their plot.
Batman V. Superman is scheduled to be released on March 25, 2016. You can check out other upcoming DC Comics movies on ComicBook.com’s Comic Book Movie Release Schedule!