There’s been a lot of complaints with Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer’s Man of Steel, but we’re not going to state the reason because it concerns a key part of the film that will end up as a spoiler, but generally the film seems to be doing good.
It’s not The Dark Knight but it’s making enough in the box office to be considered profitable, so it’s likely that DC is pushing for a Justice League movie, as they originally promised. Due to this, Man of Steel screenwriter David S. Goyer has informed Bleeding Cool that there will be no problems from this point on, and that the DC universe may expand due to the newest Superman movie reboot:
“In our world, the Man Of Steel world, Zack has gone on record saying that we’re implying there are other superheroes in this world.
“But I don’t know that they’ve come forward yet. The idea is that Superman is the first one. There might be people helping people, but not in costumes, and that Superman comes forward and announces himself to the world. In him announcing himself, he’s the one that changes things.”
However, Goyer was not very upfront on which superheroes will be influenced by Superman coming out in public:
“I don’t want to get too in depth,” said Goyer, when asked about the Bat. “Obviously, Zack and I have had conversations… but there would be a cause and effect.”
“And that would extend to the collateral damage that happened, and to what other countries feel about the fact Superman calls America his home. Man Of Steel doesn’t exist in a vacuum.”
Via: Bleeding Cool