DC FILMS Staff Shake-Up Following JUSTICE LEAGUE Performance

Carla Harmon
December 8, 2017

What should comes as no surprise, it's being reported Warner Bros.is giving the DCEU an overhaul following the disappointment of Justice League. Apparently Berg approached the studio six months ago about the idea, stating he always ultimately wanted to just be a producer at the studio, not overseeing an entire division. The report makes no mention of Johns being DC president, and says Johns still reports to DC president Diane Nelson.

Does this indicate a positive turn of events in the DCEU, or are you anxious that Warner Bros. might dilute a brand that's already having an identity crisis by shifting it under a single WB production banner? Pictures, will leave his post at the studio to become a producer with filmmaker Roy Lee, who has produced successful movies for the studio including "It" and "The Lego Movie".

Superman Had Another Iconic Costume In Justice League Deleted Scene

The article goes on to suggest other contributing factors towards the reshuffle, and that in all likelihood Zack Snyder will not direct another DC movie.

It's also said that Warner Bros.

While one might assume that Justice League practically forced Toby Emmerich to take action, the president of Warner Bros.

The corporate leaders at Time Warner are not too pleased with how Justice League performed at the box office, and as such are reportedly in favor of the reorganization. To this day, Justice League's domestic haul is still behind the opening weekend of Marvel's The Avengers. According to reports, the movie has now earned an estimated total of $98.6 million in the said country, beating the record previously set by last year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", which earned $95.7 in three weeks.

Meanwhile, there are now no plans for Zack Snyder to direct another DC movie, though it's possible he could helm one in the future as part of his production deal with Warner Bros.

Up next for the DCEU is James Wan's Aquaman for December 2018; Shazam! is in development for an April 2019 release, the Wonder Woman sequel has a November 2019 release, and a movie for The Flash (said to be Flashpoint) is in development.

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