It’s moving on the side of DC Studios and Warner Bros. Discovery since the arrival of James Gunn at the head of superhero productions. Under the director’s acclaimed Marvel competition for his Guardians of the Galaxy, DC Comics movies and series are going to experience something of a renaissance to get the franchise back on track. cancellation of several expensive projects and not certain to perform at the box office, as mentioned by The Hollywood Reporter. Thus, we already know that a hypothetical third Wonder Woman film directed by Patty Jenkins will not see the light of day, which we fully understand after the purge that was Wonder Woman 1984. By this, we must understand that the character could return but in a new iteration, so possibly without the participation of Gal Gadot, who played the Amazon since Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). Incidentally, our American colleagues evoke several rumors which testify to the need for renewal instilled by Gunn and Peter Safran, the president of DC Studios. the dark rooms, that Aquaman 2 should mark the end of the underwater franchise in order to recast Jason Momoa in the role of Lobo, or even that Man of Steel 2 would also be threatened with cancellation, while Warner comes all just to tease the return of Henry Cavill as Superman. In other words, James Gunn and Peter Safran seem to want to put an end to the “Snyderverse” initiated in 2011 with Man of Steel in order to create their own extended universe. They will also offer their vision of the franchise next week to shareholders, so we should quickly have news from the DCEU. For the moment, therefore, the safe projects are Matt Reeves’ Batman and their spin-offs. , the Joker sequel, and movies that already have a release date, like Shazam! Rage of the Gods (March 15, 2023), The Flash (June 21, 2023), Blue Beetle (August 16, 2023) and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (December 25, 2023).
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