With Marvel currently having a strong hold in the box office over DC, the latter has remained silent for a very long regarding its releases. The fans were starting to get kind of disappointed, as they have been patiently waiting for a long time now. However, DC has now come forward and announced all the upcoming movies
, along with the year each one is set to arrive.
In collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures, DC took on Time Warner Investor Day to unleash all the news regarding its Justice League
series and the rest of related films. After we're done with Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice
and Suicide Squad
(August 5) in 2016, a massive wave of films will follow throughout the years to come. Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman
(June 23) and Justice League
(November 10) are scheduled to arrive in 2017, with The Flash
(March 23) and Aquaman
(July 27) following in 2018. 2019 will bring Justice League 2
(June 14) and Shazam
(April 5) to the screen, right before a Green Lantern
reboot (June 19) and Cyborg
(April 3) open in 2020.
All pieces of information
come from Warner Bros. CEO, Kevin Tsujihara. Additional details regarding several films were also revealed. Zack Snyder will be the one to direct both Justice League
films, while David Ayer was hired for Suicide Squad
. Ray Fisher will be playing Cyborg
in the 2020 movie, Dwayne Johnson will be starring in Shazam
as Black Adam, Jason Momoa has taken the leading part in Aquaman
and Ezra Miller will be leading the screen adaptation of The Flash
Stand-alone films for both Superman and Batman are also in the works, with the two heroes played by Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck, respectively. Those films are expected to be released sometime before 2020. The superhero-themed movies will arrive alongside DC's Harry Potter
spin-off, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Fine Them,
Check out the entire DC Slate below.
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