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‘Justice League Dark’ Among The Movies Warner Bros. Has in Their DCEU Slate #SDCC2017

Not even five minutes into their panel, and Warner Bros. was already shocking everyone, announcing which new movies they’ll be giving us the next couple of years by showing them in a slide of movie logos.

The first logo to be announced was Wonder Woman 2, meaning the movie is on the way. Patty Jenkins hasn’t been officially announced as the director, but is just a matter of time, since everyone loved what she did in Wonder Woman and we are eager to know what will come next for Diana.


The next new movie announced was… surprising and kind of shocking to be honest, since no one saw it coming. I’m talking about the fact that, for the first Flash movie we’re going to have Warner will be adapting Flashpoint, the famous comic where everything is different.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Thomas Wayne in BVS) has stated trough the ears he’d be willing to play a Flashpoint Batman alongside with Lauren Cohan (Martha Wayne in BVS) as a Flashpoint Joker, if the studio needed them to be. Well, it seems like their time has come.

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Other movies announced that were no surprise to anyone were Aquaman, a movie that’s currently under production and is set to arrive in theatres next year; Shazam!, a movie that has been confirmed to start production sometime soon but with no official lead; Suicide Squad 2, The Batman, Justice League Dark, Batgirl and Green Lantern Corps.

What is surprising actually is the fact that movies supposedly under pre-production weren’t even mentioned, such as Gotham City Sirens, Man of Steel 2, Nightwing, and Black Adam, which might indicate that there’s still a long way to go for those movies to come our way.

What do you think about this news? Which movie is the one you’re waiting for?
Let us know in the comments below!

The next DCEU film to be released is Justice League, set to premiere this November 17.

Source: Batman News.

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