Jason Momoa Confirms ‘Justice League’ Has a Post-Credits Scene
Justice League will mark a pretty significant departure for the DC Extended Universe: it’ll be only the second DC film to feature a post-credits scene. Indeed, most of the DC films thus far—from Man of Steel to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to Wonder Woman—have refrained from teasing future films in a post-credits scene or sequence, in an effort to further distance themselves from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Suicide Squad was the first to include one, in which Ben Affleck’s Batman appears to set up Justice League, but there was a concerted effort in the early days of crafting the DCEU to move as far away from what Marvel was doing as possible, even if the entire idea of crafting an interconnected series of films was based on the success of the MCU. Batman v Superman infamously took the DC’s darker tone to its limits, and that has since been pulled back—most notably in the heroic and optimistic Wonder Woman, which broke all sorts of box office records this summer.
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Brian Michael Bendis Leaves Marvel for DC Comics
Brian Michael Bendis, one of Marvel’s most prolific writers, is moving over to DC Comics. The news broke this morning via a tweet from DC Comics, which read, “We are beyond thrilled to welcome Brian Michael Bendis exclusively to the DC family with a multiyear, multifaceted deal.” In case any True Believers (as Marvel fans are known) were in doubt, the writer’s reply confirmed the news: “This is real. I love you all. Change is good. Change is healthy.”
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