Warner Bros. may have disappointed a lot of fans. As with its decision to skip Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con this year. But the studio hopes to make up for it next year.
In an interview with a news media company, Warner Bros. Studios Chairman Toby Emmerich hinted special. He indicated that the studio would return to SDCC 2020. This to announce its upcoming slate of DC Comics movies. For this year, they’re sitting it out, sending It: Chapter 2 to take center stage.
The decision comes partly due to Warner Bros. They already having its movies lined up for release all the way through summer next year. Joaquin Phoenix starrer Joker, Margot Robbie featured (and produced) Birds of Prey. Also with Gal Gadot’s return in Wonder Woman 1984 directed by Patty Jenkins will form DC’s lineup.
As a result in the studio having its hands full. The Batman has been announced as well for June 25, 2021. But there are surely release dates to fill in between 2020 and 2021. It would also help to clarify which of the upcoming movies will be a part of the DCEU, if at all. Emmerich reemphasized the studio’s priorities. That is to make the superhero movies driven by filmmaker visions. Once again eschewing any talks of the shared cinematic universe event-building. That it burnt its hands within Justice League. His quote suggested that’s not changing anytime soon.
He quoted, “Great directors are the lifeblood of a studio. But they need great producers.”
That gives us a full year to speculate what DC movies could be lined up next. And given the number of movies DC is developing simultaneously, the possibilities are nearly endless.
DCEU will beat MCU:
There’s an ongoing call for superhero movies. So as to feature greater diversity than they have so far. In 2019 alone, Marvel’s responded to this. By delivering their first female-led film in Captain Marvel. Also featuring the MCU’s first ever openly LGBT character in Avengers: Endgame. Now, they’re set to release a new in the series. It is with a gay lead in The Eternals as well.
Clearly, the House of Ideas is grabbing all the headlines in this area at the moment. But we’ve heard that DC’s working towards better representation. Of course, behind the scenes as well.
A source has told that the DCEU will soon beat Marvel. So to the punch with two major milestones for the comic book movie genre. As our source informs us that Warner Bros. is planning solo outings. This is for both Vixen and Traci 13.