JUSTICE LEAGUE's Disappointing Box Office Performance Has Led To A Big Shakeup At Warner Bros.

As we all expected it would, Justice League's disappointing box office returns have led to the studio planning a major restructuring of its DC films operation. Find out who's out of a job after the jump...

Most of us figured it was inevitable, and now Variety is reporting that there are some big changes in the works ar Warner Bros. in the aftermath of Justice League's disappointing box office run.

The trade has revealed that Jon Berg - who had been in charge of overseeing the DCEU along with Geoff Johns - will be leaving his current position, and a replacement is now being sought. Though Johns will stay on as DC Entertainment’s chief creative officer, it seems the studio is "expected to name a new person to run point on DC’s films."

What about Zack Snyder, you may ask?

Well, according to this report, there are no immediate plans for Snyder to direct another DC movie - though he will remain on as executive producer for Aquaman and Wonder Woman 2.

The shakeup is set to take place in January.

What do you guys make of this news? Did you expect something like this, or were you anticipating a more drastic overhaul in the form of a reboot?
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