New DC Movies Expected To Be Announced Soon; May Include JUSTICE LEAGUE
Marvel is currently rocking the world of movies and movies franchises, with their ninth movie, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, due in theaters later this week. On the flip side, Warner Brothers has successfully gotten the Superman they always wanted off the ground thanks to Zack Snyder and David Goyer. Man Of Steel was met with mixed reviews, but enough people liked and it made enough money for Warner Brothers to kick it in to high gear and announce Batman Vs Superman.
Batman and Superman are DC and Warner Brothers’ top characters in a vast stable of personalities. So the big question on everyone’s mind is, will we see some other DC movies in the future? Part of that question has already been answered, in the form of Zack Snyder bringing Wonder Woman, who will be played by Gal Gadot, to Batman Vs. Superman. Other than that, the rest of the DC movie picture is less clear.
However, that picture could become clearer in the coming months. During an interviews with the New York Times, Warner Brothers CEO Kevin Tsujihara said that they will look to expand on their DC Comics movies and that the announcement should be soon. On what appears to be some speculation in the article, it says that one of the films expected to be announced is WB’s answers to Disney’s Avengers in the form of Justice League.
It’s not exactly known when Warner Brothers will make the announcements on their future DC films. But like most comic book franchises, Comic Con in San Diego is as good of a time as any. It also remains to be seen on whether or not one of the movies that will be announced will be the DC project The Rock is attached to. Like stated above, Justice League seems to be speculation on behalf of the writer, so take that with some salt for the time being. Check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on DC’s Cinematic Universe.
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Source : New York Time