DC Films To Be The “Foundation” Of Warner Brothers’ Movies
Concerns on the DC movie front have popped up from fans for a while now, and with good reason. First off, the main person responsible for bringing DC movies to life, Jeff Robinov, left Warner Brothers a few months back. That coupled with the fact that fans were hoping for a bunch of DC movie announcements at Comic Con, and had to settle for Zack Snyder announcing the Superman/Batman movie, has left them feeling as if WB is in no hurry to release DC films.
A couple of days ago we got a quote from Warner Brothers CEO Kevin Tsujihara, who was at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications and Entertainment Conference, and talked about Ben Affleck’s portrayal of Batman. While he only touched on the subject, he did say that we can expect a “seasoned” Batman for the upcoming Man Of Steel sequel. However, there was a little bit more to the quote then what was originally published. Tsujihara went on to talk about DC films and how they tie into their plans to release about 12-14 movies every year. “I think the basis, foundation of those 12 to 14 pictures are going to be coming from DC Entertainment,” he explained.
On top of that he also said to look for more DC Entertainment announcements in the coming months, and may have just let the cat out of the bag when it comes to what the name of the Superman/Batman movie will be called when he said, “We have Batman Vs. Superman coming out in 2015, but there are going to be in the coming months a lot of announcements regarding the future movie, television, games and consumer product pieces that are going to be coming from DC.”
The only other movie that has been rumored for DC as of right now comes from The Hollywood Reporter who is saying that WB is looking at releasing a Flash movie in 2016. However, there is a new Flash TV show in development right now that will spin off of Arrow. Regardless of what happens with DC movies, you can check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest.
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