What to Expect From the Future of DC Comic Book Movies


While some film franchises like to set up release dates far in advance, DC Entertainment is no longer on that path. Walter Hamada, the relatively new head of DC’s movie production, is against that and other recent Hollywood trends, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The “DC Extended Universe” no longer seems intent on aping Marvel’s design, if it’s even really a crossover mega-franchise anymore. Hamada has no interest in a writers’ room, either. He appears to be into taking new DC Comics adaptations one project at a time. 

Still, there are a lot of DC movies in development, albeit only a few that have definite schedules attached — as far as the public knows, anyway. With this strategy, something could wind up being canceled. But for now, these…
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