According tomedia, Vareity reported that DC and Warner have put forward a number of new ideas for the future of DC movies, the expected new version of “Batman”, “Sea King 2” and other films have been exposed the progress and ideas. Let’s take a look at what’s going to be a lot of good news about future DC movies.
The new “Batman” will not be released at the Arkham MadMen, and there is not much of a play in the film. Officials also said that if the new Batman character is successful, more villains will be developed.
After that DC will increase the proportion of R-rated film production, the current superhero R movie demand is very high, after “Raptor Squad” may also be R-rated, “Suicide Squad 2” will also be rated as R-rated. But “Raptor Squad” won’t be as dark and grim as “The Joker,” and recent remakes have greatly improved the results of previous screenings, and it’s believed that “Raptor Squad” will be a success when it hits theaters.
Warner also wants to remake the film for the previously smashed production, which is now focused on “The Green Lantern Army.” Gough Johns will present the script for The Green Light Army at the end of the year, J. J. Abrams and his bad robot company may have created the film.
The new version of Superman is not going well at the moment, there is no script, no director, and Michael J. B. Jordan isn’t ready for the role either, so there won’t be a superhero movie until 2023.
“Sea King 2” is scheduled to open in early 2021, wen Ziren will return to direct. The spin-off of “Sea King” is now looking for a director.
Warner Bros. still believes Ezra Miller’s version of The Lightning is developing an indie film for it, with Anders Muschetty, the director of “The Joker Back,” to be directed. Miller will be in the “Fantastic Beasts” after making “Fantastic Beasts.”
The future of DC is not entirely on the big screen, and Warner Media’s streaming platform, HBO Max, is also looking for the right DC theme to make its own streaming original, hoping to make lower-budget (under $65 million) for new actors over established actors.
Zack Snyder directed the edited version of “Justice League” that would not have happened, and the company could nil if it could have invested millions of dollars in special effects and later, a person familiar with the matter said, “It’s a pipe dream, it can’t happen.” “