When Warner Bros. announced that it was delaying the release of the much anticipated Batman vs. Superman,
many assumed that this was because of a production issue. Even Warner Bros. themselves noted that the production was delayed because the story needed to be worked out a little more and the crew needed slightly more time to perfect things.
But contrary to the studio release, Deadline is reporting that there is actually no delay and production is continuing as scheduled.
While Warner Bros. recently pushed the release date for the movie from 2015 to 2016, word is that production is not being delayed and the main players have been summoned to start work right away.
While it’s entirely possible that the production was indeed delayed, it’s also possible that the release date being pushed back was simply to buy the production more time, not reschedule it.
There was an implication that the entire production had shut down, which is simply a silly thing to have imagined. The fact of the matter seems to be that Warner Bros. needed more time for production and weren’t actually delaying anything, just buying more production time.
Either way, the film isn’t coming out until May 6, 2016 and that’s all fans are really concerned with at this point, production delays or not.