Despite the recent headlines that Warner Bros. were “worried” due to a not so common drop in the second weekend box office as well as the news that Warner Bros. was planning to make fewer films, Warner Bros. debunked those “worried” rumors by officially announcing that they are making more DC Films.
The news comes from The Hollywood Reporter that Wonder Woman has been moved from June 23, 2017 to June 2nd, 2017. This will allow it to avoid the Transformers 5 release date, despite the hate that franchise gets its still a huge money-maker, so this was certainly a smart move giving them a few weeks to earn a good amount at the box office.
This would also mean the film will be up against Bad Boys 3, World War Z 2 and The Mummy in the second week, Cars 3 and Kingsman: The Golden Curse in the third week, as well as avoiding the Spider-Man solo film and War of the Planet of the Apes, which in themselves have a huge fan base.
The news also included that Warner Bros. has officially added two new dates for unnamed DC Extended Universe films, the first is October 29, 2018 and the next is November 1, 2019.
The films in question are unknown, but its most likely the solo Batman film and Man of Steel sequel, but other films it could be Justice League Dark or Sandman, which both have working scripts.
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