Spirits were at an all-time high and declarations were in abundance at Warner Bros.’ panel amid San Diego Comic-Con, where an astounding eight forthcoming movies were formally announced for the DC Extended Universe.
Through the span of the following couple of years, DC fans will get the chance to have their eyes feast upon
Green Lantern Corps
Justice League Dark
Suicide Squad 2
Wonder Woman 2
While most of these movies on DC’s recent slate had already been accounted for being developed, none of them got an official declaration until the presentation of Warner Bros.’ SDCC.
We initially found out about Joss Whedon’s Batgirl a couple of months back. In addition to this, the animated Justice League Dark experienced a production jolt when the original director Doug Liman left the venture. What’s more, maybe the most discussed film of the new DCEU line-up is Wonder Woman 2, which, following the achievement of the initial film, has had a consistent buzz around it. The pic is said to carry the action to America, and is said to be set in the 1980s.
It’ll conceivably bring back Chris Pine as Steve Trevor (regardless of the possibility that his presence is in flashback minutes only).
The greatest news from the huge declaration is Flashpoint. DC will utilize the famous 2011 comic book series of the same name for The Flash movie featuring Ezra Miller as the scarlet speedster.
With respect to the rest of the motion pictures, Batgirl will purportedly commence production next year, Suicide Squad 2 is anticipated to begin filming down the year, and Justice League Dark is still a piece of the DCEU in spite of its planning confusion and director exit.
With such a large number of new motion pictures in transit, DC fans have lots to anticipate.