These May Be The Next Two DC Comics Movies To Go Into Production

These May Be The Next Two DC Comics Movies To Go Into Production

Despite chatter about Suicide Squad 2 shooting in 2018, a new report claims that two other DC Comics adaptations may, in fact, be next to move into production and you may be surprised by which ones!

Earlier today, we told you about Patty Jenkins not currently being signed on to direct a Wonder Woman sequel and The Hollywood Reporter has now shed some light on Warner Bros.' lack of forward thinking. It seems the studios was indeed pretty shocked by the movie's success and they've actually been focusing on two other DC Comics adaptations rather than a continuation of this new franchise.

Those are Justice League Dark and Batgirl and the trade
adds that these are "the likely next movies to go into production in the DC Comics universe." This is obviously surprising for a number of reasons. 

For starters, it appears as if the studio really has gone back to the drawing board with The Flash as that coming our way in 2018 is now damn near impossible, while there's also no mention of Gotham City Sirens, Suicide Squad 2, and The Batman, three movies most of us expected to be with us in 2019. 

Still, Justice League Dark is long overdue and Batgirl coming sooner rather than later is no bad thing. However, now that Joss Whedon has taken charge of Justice League, you have to believe that could be delayed. We'll just have to wait and see, but a nice Comic-Con gift would be a full DC Films slate! 
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