"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has only been out a week and a half, but fans are already interested in the future of the expanded DC Cinematic Universe -- and in Superman, particularly after that shocking conclusion. During an interview with IGN, director Zack Snyder, star Henry Cavill and producer Charles Roven weighed in on whether or not we'll see Superman fly solo again.
"I think if we could get a good script, it'd be great to have a standalone Superman movie," Snyder said. "I think that would be fun to do."
"I do believe it depends upon the success of this movie. If this goes well, then we can start negotiating with Warner Bros. to develop a standalone Superman, but they've got their plans set out for other stuff and Justice Leagues and various other movies, so it's about finding the time really," Cavill explained. "It's something I'd be very keen to do."
"We're in the process of looking at that, but we don't have it on the schedule at the moment because we're quite busy with the movies we have scheduled," added Roven.