Sorry WONDER WOMAN Fans No New Solo Animated Films Coming

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2 wonder woman.jpgThere are few areas in film where Warner Brothers and DC has the upper hand on Disney and Marvel. One of those areas is animated movies. DC constantly churns out about 3 movies every year, and they aren’t just movies, they are really good movies. That’s not to say they haven’t had their share of bad ones, they are just few and far between. One of the films that seem to get a good amount of praise was the Wonder Woman animated film. Kerri Russell brought the Amazon Princess to life with the likes of Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, and Rosario Dawson in supporting roles.

Although most people seemed to like the film, that didn’t translate well to sales, and in turn has caused Warner Brothers to decide to scrap ever doing a Wonder Woman solo animated film again. However, the big wigs that bring us these films are not ruling out making a Justice League film that centers around Diana. James Tucker, producer on Justice League: War, spoke to ToonZone where he said, “We’ll use the Justice League as an umbrella to focus on characters who might not be able to support DVDs of their own. That’s not my judgment, that’s based on sales. But yeah, we’ll handle Wonder Woman in our own way, regardless of whether they’ll do a movie or not. I like her as a character and want to feature her as much as we can. But it will probably be in the context of a Justice League movie.”

Based on what Tucker is saying it looks as if unless it’s Batman or Superman, we can probably expect to see heroes who are not as main stream propped up by the Justice League. After Justice League: War, the next two animated films will be focused around Batman with Son of Batman and Batman: Assault On Arkham. After that they have been pretty tight lipped on what to expect. As always check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest.

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Source : ToonZone