The DC superhero movies will follow a 10-year plan similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav confirmed during an earnings call webcast that the franchise will be reset to create a cohesive plan for future DC movies. The company has announced a “reset” of the DC Extended Universe, with a dedicated team developing a long-term plan that focuses on quality over quantity.The news comes after WBD cancellations led by Leslie Grace batgirl Film, which is in the final stages of post-production.
“You look at Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, these brands are famous all over the world,” Zaslav said during the webcast. “We’ve done a reset. We’ve restructured the business. We’re going to focus on the team that’s going to have a 10-year plan to just focus on DC.” Going forward, DC will try to emulate the Marvel Cinematic Universe script, similar to Disney’s Structure developed by Alan Horn, Bob Iger and Kevin Feige. As part of that, Warner Bros. Discovery will focus on quality and won’t release any films “until it’s ready.”
Studio Confirms Cancellation of Wonder Twins, batgirl, and Scooby-doo! Holiday Haunt was a difficult part of that strategy, but it didn’t fit their vision of maximizing financial returns. The report shows that batgirl Test screenings took place, and audiences called it “hopeless.” The film was originally scheduled to be released on HBO Max, but will no longer be in theaters or streaming platforms. Some reports also claim that Warner Bros. found the option to cancel the film as a tax write-off.
The film, whose trailer was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con last month — black adam and Shazam!Wrath of the Gods – and flash Being marked as safe is something the company is very excited about. “We’re very excited about them. We’ve met them. We think they’re great and we think we can make them even better,” Zaslav added.It is also worth noting that batgirl Never mentioned at the event in San Diego.
As for other projects in development, such as the one led by John Cena peacemaker Season 2, filmmaker James Gunn Reassure on Twitter No studio interference. Exclusive to HBO Max, the DC series will now hit Prime Video in India on August 14. Even Matt Reeves’ Batman sequel, starring Robert Pattinson, is considered a premium product by the WBD office.
From now on, studios will focus solely on theatrical releases, as COVID-19 is not a major hurdle, although some films have shorter releases and different marketing campaigns. That’s a reference to the radical move by the old WarnerMedia regime to put all 2021 Warners movies on HBO Max on the same day they were shown in theaters. The studio also plans to merge HBO Max with Discovery+ to create an all-new product — launching in the U.S. in summer 2023 and Asia Pacific in mid-2024. Discovery+ is available in India, not HBO Max.
After Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy ended, DC Comics handed over its dominance to Zack Snyder, who launched his own expansive universe with Iron Man. However, the 2016 sequel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, received mixed reactions, after which studio executives lost faith in him. Justice League.
DC has been in a state of flux – at one point Michael Keaton will be a Nick Fury-type figure in the DCEU, but those plans ended with canceled batgirl. Keaton is said to have filmed a scene for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, but Ben Affleck appears to be replacing him.