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WB Reportedly Frustrated With Lack Of DC Projects From J.J. Abrams

In the wake of the Warner Bros. merger with Discovery, the studio was looking at a major overhaul for its DC films and television series. The Wonder Twins movie for HBO Max was already canceled for being deemed too expensive, and popular series like Legends of the Tomorrow, Batwoman, and Naomi were canceled at the CW. It was reported that the studio was looking to revitalize the character of Superman in DCEU, but Warner Bros. gave no word on the status of the rebooted project from Abrams and Coates.

Unless Abrams can get his projects moving along soon, the deal will likely end in 2024. While the filmmaker probably will have no difficulty finding work with other studios, his departure could be bad news for these various Justice League Dark projects. Zatanna and Batgirl were announced together, but the latter film has already been filmed, with the movie now rumored to be eyeing a theatrical release. Meanwhile, Zatanna’s screenwriter is busy directing Saltburn, which will begin filming in the summer of 2022. History appears to be repeating itself as when Warner Bros. was acquired by AT&T, several DC Comics projects, including Deathstroke with Joe Manganiello, were canceled. It seems Warner Bros. Discovery could also potentially end some projects before they get off the ground and if they find the mystical side of the franchise less a priority without Abrams.

Source: THR


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WB Reportedly Frustrated With Lack Of DC Projects From J.J. Abrams

In the wake of the Warner Bros. merger with Discovery, the studio was looking at a major overhaul for its DC films and television series. The Wonder Twins movie for HBO Max was already canceled for being deemed too expensive, and popular series like Legends of the Tomorrow, Batwoman, and Naomi were canceled at the CW. It was reported that the studio was looking to revitalize the character of Superman in DCEU, but Warner Bros. gave no word on the status of the rebooted project from Abrams and Coates.
Unless Abrams can get his projects moving along soon, the deal will likely end in 2024. While the filmmaker probably will have no difficulty finding work with other studios, his departure could be bad news for these various Justice League Dark projects. Zatanna and Batgirl were announced together, but the latter film has already been filmed, with the movie now rumored to be eyeing a theatrical release. Meanwhile, Zatanna’s screenwriter is busy directing Saltburn, which will begin filming in the summer of 2022. History appears to be repeating itself as when Warner Bros. was acquired by AT&T, several DC Comics projects, including Deathstroke with Joe Manganiello, were canceled. It seems Warner Bros. Discovery could also potentially end some projects before they get off the ground and if they find the mystical side of the franchise less a priority without Abrams.

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Source: THR

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