Comic Con Brazil: Upcoming DC Films Announced

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Comic-Con Experience in Sao Paulo, Brazil, of all places, had a special treat today for DCEU fans. Warner Bros. revealed its upcoming movies coming from DC Films. As I've previously mentioned in recent posts, there has been a question mark looming around the DC Extended Universe ever since the underwhelming performance of "Justice League" at the box office, however, it seems like the WB is not changing anything in their plans, at least according to the title cards shown during the Warner Bros. presentation. According to Comic Book:

"There was a "Wonder Woman" sequel that showed the logo flanked by Roman columns. There was no “2” in the title, suggesting Wonder Woman 2 may not be the film’s official title. Additionally, the title card for "Aquaman" was shown. "Aquaman" will be the next DC Extended Universe movie out of the gate, arriving in 2018. The title card for "Flashpoint" was shown, indicating that DC Films is moving forward with plans to turn The Flash film into an event. That was followed by "Justice League Dark," suggesting progress is still being made towards bringing the mystical side of the DC Universe to live-action. Suicide Squad 2" was teased with a title card. As well as the upcoming "Batgirl" movie, "Shazam," "Green Lantern Corps," and "The Batman."

"Conspicuously absent from the list was the previously announced "Cyborg" movie, as well as the second "Justice League" movie. There was also no mention of any other of the Suicide Squad spinoff movies – "Gotham City Sirens," the "Harley Quinn solo movie," "the Harley and Joker team-up movie," and the rumored "Deadshot" solo were all absent. The villain-centric "Black Adam" and "Deathstroke" movies were also absent from the list, as was the "solo Joker" movie, though that film will not be a part of the DC Extended Universe, which may explain its absence.

"Justice League" will be followed in the DC Extended Universe by Aquaman on December 21, 2018, Wonder Woman 2 on November 1, 2019, Shazam on April 5, 2019, Cyborg in 2020, and Green Lantern Corps in 2020. Justice League movie poster image.

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