Dec 12, 2016 05:39 AM EST

'Justice League' News and Updates: Zack Snyder Moved Part Two to Another Date in Favor of 'The Last Photograph'

Fans of "Justice League" movie are excited for its release this coming 2017. The reason why it is one of the most anticipated movies is because, the heroes are gathered together in one of a kind film. However, it seems like the part two will be delayed. The original date of released is said to be cancelled because the director, Zack Snyder, has other plans involving his other movie "The Last Photograph."

Supposedly, the original released of the second part of the movie "Justice League" was June 14, 2019, but then this was already cancelled and the date changed into something new and a little bit late. According to News Everyday, one of the reason why it was moved is because of the other film "Batman," but it seems like there's another reason why the second part was moved.

Reportedly, the reason why Zack Snyder cancels the original date of release is because he wants to prioritize his other film that is not related to any other heroes which is, "The Last Photograph." A thriller movie that deals with some sort of wars between America and Afghanistan. In which, there's only one survivor after the latter country was attacked. For Snyder, this film might touch the heart of the viewers and moving the date of "Justice League" part two might be worth it.

Since 2007, "The Last Photograph" was already set and has developments. The people will see new things in the movie because it is not all about the heroes and villains. For Snyder, fans will probably understand why the second part was cancelled. On the other hand, the solo movie of "Batman" will be available in big screen this coming June 2019; this is also a better date and year to release to celebrate the 80th year anniversary of the movie.

The first part of the "Justice League" was still set for its released this coming 2017, as reported by Jobs & Hire. There are also other solo movies for heroes of the "Justice League" like; "Wonder Woman" will also arrive this coming 2017; October 2018, both "Aquaman" and "The Flash" will hit the theaters.

And for those who are waiting for the second part, it is said to set its release earlier of 2020, or possibly by November of 2019. Although there is no confirmation if which of these will hold the releasing date.

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