Warner Bros. announced the slate of films for the DC Extended Universe back on October 2014 and the lineup of films and their date for release have all stayed the same since, with no hint of a change.
Now Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. has put more of a confirmation to the release dates for Wonder Woman and Justice League: Part 1, by confirming that the dates they had when they announced the slate of DC films, will remain the same for Wonder Woman and Justice League: Part 1.
Wonder Woman will hit theaters June 23, 2017, and Justice League Part One will follow later that year on November 17.
In other words, this is a confirmation of something we already knew.
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