through Warner Bros.
After the ruthless cancellation of Bat girlfans of the DCEU it will take David Zaslav and his team to win them over in a big way, with the recently installed CEO outlining his plans for the future of the superhero franchise by hinting that a Marvel-esque 10-year plan is in the offing. .
Of course, longtime supporters of the shared mythology will treat the news with trepidation, having already been down this road once before, only to be crushingly disappointed. Once upon a time (nearly a decade ago, to be precise), the DCEU had a jam-packed slate of projects, but almost half of them never came to fruition, while The flash It still won’t be released until next summer.
Sure, we end up with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, suicide squad, Wonder Woman, Shazam!Y aquamanbut fans don’t even consider the theatrical edition of League of Justice as worth your time. Also, the second and third installments in Zack Snyder’s stellar trilogy, Ben Affleck’s the batman, Green Lantern Corps.and Ray Fisher’s independent film cyborg effort everything fell by the wayside.
If you want to dig even deeper, there’s also Joe Manganiello’s solo. death Punch movie, the Joker and Harley Quinn spin-off starring Jared Leto and Margot Robbie, by David Ayer Gotham City Sirensby Ava DuVernay new godsand James Wan The ditch. That said, the old regime wasn’t exactly thoughtful by the fandom, so there could be reasons for DCEU veterans to remain cautiously optimistic, but the Bat girl fiasco has not gotten things started in the best way.