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Quite a few rumors about the Justice League movie title have made the rounds lately, thanks in part to the mind-numbing length of the title Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Geoff Johns, new co-chief of DC‘s film division, settled this for us on Twitter.

Apparently making use of the KISS principle (keep it simple, stupid!) and in accordance with the released promo image, the movie title will be:

Thanks for clearing that up, Geoff! I wonder if people will understand what the movie is about without a subtitle taking up half the screen? Fans will spend loads of time checking out the trailers and info before the movie arrives, so having the title explain the plot seems unnecessary anyway.

Justice League (Part One, officially) is due out in November of 2017.

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Christine Clukey Reece

Christine is an editor and fledgling writer who will never forgive the Prequels for deliberately stomping on the fact that Leia remembered her mother. And yes, parsecs are a measure of distance...and Han Solo was bragging about making an incredibly short Kessel Run, most likely by cutting far too close to planetary bodies/stars when he plotted the course for the jump. No, she's not obsessed, why would you think that? She's on Twitter as @Kuiperama.

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