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Zack Snyder Addresses His Justice League Film's Title, "Batman v Superman" Logo

According to director Zack Snyder, DC Films' Justice League movie doesn't yet have a final title, though he's working on one as the project rolls into production.

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"I'm in that phase where I've been drawing logos and I've been drawing title treatments and stuff like that to try and figure out what it means," Snyder told Collider of how he's narrowing down a final title for the film. "What 'Justice League' is, visually, so we'll see if the name evolves with this visual presentation."

Yes -- Snyder is designing the logo himself, which the director reveals he also did for the now-iconic "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" logo. While he acknowledges that his is not the first to merge Superman and Batman's logos into one design, he does point out a small detail that's unique to his.

"The thing that's kinda cool about the Batman suit [and] our Batman logo is that the dimension is the same as the Man of Steel logo, the bottom of the bat. So I said, "No, it's cool. It's okay. It's mythologically okay."

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" arrives in theaters March 25, 2016. The first Justice League film is slated to debut November 17, 2017

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