Warner Bros. Wants One Of These Five DC Comics Adaptations To Shoot This Year For 2018 Release
With Aquaman dated for late 2018, WB faces the prospect of having only one DC Comics adaptation released next year. Well, that could be about to change as they fast track one of five projects...
That's not good news for the studio, especially as there will be thirteen months between the release of Justice League this November and Aquaman in December 2018 (which is going to get crushed if Disney and Lucasfilm decide to move Han Solo from May). It makes sense then that they're hoping to fast track another DC Comics adaptation for next year and we now know what those are.
According to Variety writer Justin Kroll, those being considered are Gotham City Sirens, The Flash, Green Lantern Corps, Suicide Squad 2, and Dark Universe (a.k.a. Justice League Dark). Which of these movies would you most like to see join Aquaman in 2018? Let us know in the usual place.
With BATMAN likely shooting in 2018, WB still would like one more DC property to shoot this year other than AQUAMAN— Justin Kroll (@krolljvar) March 16, 2017
The 5 films being considered are SIRENS, FLASH, LANTERN, SQUAD 2 and DARK UNIVERSE.— Justin Kroll (@krolljvar) March 16, 2017
That said if scripts aren't ready to go, studio is content just shooting AQUAMAN this year till films are ready to go— Justin Kroll (@krolljvar) March 16, 2017