DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns Says Joss Whedon Will Start Work On BATGIRL Next Year

DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns Says Joss Whedon Will Start Work On BATGIRL Next Year

Joss Whedon is busy bringing Justice League to the finish line in time for the November premiere date, and DCEU Chief Geoff Johns recently revealed that Whedon will start working on Batgirl next year.

The cast of Justice League is expected to be in Hall H for a panel and to debut a trailer tomorrow, however, Joss Whedon, who stepped in and took over directing duties from Zack Snyder after a family tragedy, is not expected to be there.

Justice League isn't the only thing Whedon has cooking for Warner Brothers, as he has been hired by the studio to develop a Batgirl film as well. There isn't really much known about the project aside from Whedon being hired write and direct, but it's now been revealed that he'll be stepping into the film pretty soon after he completes Justice League.

Speaking to IGN, DCEU Producer Geoff Johns  indicated that Whedon would begin working on the film next year.  “But for Batman what I will say is that Batman is more than just Batman and, you know, it’s been way too long since we’ve seen, you know, an expansion of that universe, and Batgirl – we are doing Batgirl with Joss Whedon, it’s going to be super exciting. He’s going to start that next year, and that’s just the start,” he explained.

While he will be starting on the film next year, we don't know exactly in what capacity. He could just be beginning the writing process, or he might be planning production.

As of right now, Batgirl doesn't have a release date.
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