We’re on the verge of some massive modifications coming to the world of DC Comics. James Gunn and Peter Safran at the moment are the brand new co-CEOs of DC Studios, they usually’re simply begun work on reshaping the corporate’s films, TV reveals, and diverse different merchandise — apparently into one big, cohesive multimedia universe.
In response to TheWrap, the pair held a city corridor assembly this week for workers the place Safran mentioned that they had “such a singular alternative to inform one nice overarching story … One stunning massive story throughout movie, tv gaming, live-action, and animation.” TheWrap’s sources claimed the duo “are engaged on a bible for a cohesive DC Universe that can span a number of enterprise items over a full decade.”
On condition that DC has been making big-budget, interconnected films and tv reveals for nearly a decade now since 2013’s Man of Metal, one might argue they’re properly overdue for some sort of bible or strictly-followed blueprint that guides all the firm’s choices. However hey: Higher late than by no means!
The subsequent DC film, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, is scheduled to open in theaters on March 17, 2023. (It simply so occurs to have been produced by Safran.) DC additionally has films of The Flash, Aquaman and the Misplaced Kingdom, and Blue Beetle all in varied phases of post-production ready for launch — assuming they do finally get launched. Shortly earlier than Gunn and Safran have been introduced in to take cost of DC Studios, Warner Bros. canceled a Batgirl film that they had filmed and principally completed.
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