Movie News: The WB Register Several Possible Titles for the MAN OF STEEL Sequel

Written by Andrew Pollard Thursday, 21 November 2013

Movie News

Despite generally being known as BATMAN VS SUPERMAN, the MAN OF STEEL sequel has yet to officially be given a title. To add further to this, Warner Brothers has now apparently registered several possible names for Zack Snyder’s sequel.

Fusible has the scoop, with their report claiming that the following titles have been secretly registered domain names with MarkMonitor:

MAN OF STEEL: BATTLE THE KNIGHT

MAN OF STEEL: BEYOND DARKNESS

MAN OF STEEL: BLACK OF KNIGHT

MAN OF STEEL: DARKNESS FALLS

MAN OF STEEL: KNIGHT FALLS

MAN OF STEEL: SHADOW OF THE NIGHT

MAN OF STEEL: THE BLACKEST HOUR

MAN OF STEEL: THE DARKNESS WITHIN

Personally, none of the above are grabbing us by the balls (or lady balls, even). Just give us BATMAN VS SUPERMAN or even MAN OF STEEL 2 over those proposed subtitles. 

At present, the MAN OF STEEL sequel is set for a 17th July, 2015 release.

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0 #3 Andrew Marshall 2013-11-22 09:30
I also much prefer Man of Tomorrow. These titles just look like "dark" has been fired into a crap online thesaurus and the results matched up with the weak word play of knight/night.

We get it! Superhero films are the dark darky dark of darkness! Can we please now get a new adjective that hasn't lost all meaning from a decade and a half of ubiquitous overuse?
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0 #2 Andrew Pollard 2013-11-21 16:51
Good idea. It's most definitely a better title than any of the aforementioned possibilities.
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0 #1 Kevin 2013-11-21 16:17
How about Man of Tomorrow?

A sequel where Batman confronts Batman before challenging him to become the man Jor-El said he should be. No more killing. Set an example. All while Luthor is yelling that Superman is too dangerous.
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