Warner Bros. Announces Full DC Movie Slate With JUSTICE LEAGUE, WONDER WOMAN And More
In more huge and completely unexpected comic book movie news this week, Warner Bros. has finally announced its DC slate post-Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Suicide Squad movie, directed by David Ayer, is planned for release August 5, 2016 with four A-listers currently in talks to star. On June 23, 2017, Gal Gadot will get her own Wonder Woman movie, and later that year on November 23, we'll get Zack Snyder's highly-anticipated Justice League Part 1, for which Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirms will bring "back the cast of Batman v Superman with a cast of other well-known and highly-anticipated superheroes." He continued, "Wonder Woman is an iconic female superhero fans have been anticipating for many years." The announcements don't end there: 2018 will then see the release of The Flash movie on March 23, followed by Aquaman on July 27. Then, Dwayne "the Rock Johnson's Shazam movie will be released on April 5, 2019, following by Justice League Part 2, which Zack Snyder will return to direct for release on June 14, 2019. And by year 2020, we'll have a Cyborg movie on April 3rd, and a Green Lantern reboot on June 19th.. Also in the works are solo Batman and Superman movies, but they don't have dates.
DC overload! In addition to who will be playing The Flash on the big-screen, Warner Bros. has revealed when to expect two Justice League movies, as well as Aquaman and Green Lantern among many others
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