Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara unleashed all sorts of DC Comics bombshells today in regards to the future of the venerable comic book brand’s movie plans. He detailed releases for eleven DC Comics inspired films that will kickoff with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016, and conclude with a Green Lantern reboot in 2020. This lineup doesn’t feature the stand alone Batman and Superman films either, so there will be even more DC action to take in over the next six years.
The full lineup of the newly announced DC Comics films can be found below. Are you excited about WB’s plans? Do the characters interest you? Do you think DC can compete with Marvel in the movie space now? Please leave your answers in the comments section below.
Personally, the more comic book movies the better. I tend to enjoy most of them even when they slightly suck, yeah I’m talking about you Green Lantern. Only time will tell if these new DC Comics movies will do justice to the comics like Marvel’s movies have.
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – May 2016
- Suicide Squad – August 2016
- Lego Batman Movie – May 2017
- Wonder Woman – June 2017
- Justice League Part One – November 2017
- The Flash – March 2018
- Aquaman – July 2018
- Shazam – April 2019
- Justice League Part Two – June 2019
- Cyborg – April 2020
- Green Lantern – June 2020
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