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SCOOP: DC Comics Buyout In The Works From Fans With Lots Of Money
DC Comics has had one hell of a rough year. They fired their publisher, two editors-in-chief and many staffers who had been at the company for decades, with more expected. All as a result of the AT&T buyout of Warners, the pandemic and cuts across the board. But Bleeding Cool understands that it was former DC President Diane Nelson's decision to move DC Comics from relatively expensive offices in Manhattan to insanely expensive offices in Burbank that was the biggest factor in the decision. The move from coast to coast succeeded in making DC work better as part of Warners as a whole, with many projects spinning out of that increased proximity. But it also brought greater financial pressure on every project, including the publication of comic books. And that proximity was entirely absent this year with Warners continuing to work remotely – but that work still has to justify the costs of that empty building.

Bleeding Cool has heard repeated reports that DC Comics is planning to reduce serialised print publication, increase digital publication, and license comic book publication to other publishers. We have heard that Marvel, IDW and Dynamite have all approached DC, but the prices cited were too high. But that it was a price that Penguin Random House was willing to pay.
But this is still all rumour and hearsay. From prominent people, sure, but still. Because I have also heard that it is all guns blazing at DC Comics right now. From Future State to Infinite Frontier, sales-per-title are up. Way up. The line is smaller — with fewer editorial staff, it has to be — but per title, per allocated desk space in that empty Burbank building, profitability is up. It also helps that some rather pricey exclusive creator deals are also a thing of the past as well. There is some suspicion that everything is resting on the Infinite Frontier performance as to whether or not DC Comics continues to have a serialised print comic publishing line. But as it stands, things are very good. Better than they have been at DC for some time. With their new diversity pushes, they have also seen positive mainstream press they have sought for years as well.

However, very good for comics may not be very good for Warners who have to put the space and expenses allocated to comic books up against that allocated for TV, games, movies and more, in terms of profitability. The comics are making money — but are they making enough money to justify the space and resources allocated to them, even if they are not using them?

We'll see. Infinite Frontier #0 is out in March with Infinite Frontier #1 to follow in July. By then we should get a better lay of the land. But there are other plans as well, and finally, I get to what on earth I was talking about in the headline. You've been patient enough.

Last year, a number of high-rolling individuals were given tours of DC Comics Burbank with AT&T/Warners officials. And as a result, there may be some new options. Because Bleeding Cool has been made aware of plans by big-time DC Comics fans with access to a lot of money. Many millions from across many businesses.
A collaboration of some of the biggest cheeses who, with a combination of personal wealth and raised capital, are making an approach to AT&T. Not to buy DC Comics outright from AT&T/Warners, not to touch the movies, the TV, the games or the merchandise — but solely the rights and ownership — of the comic book side of the publisher. To be able to create and publish the DC Comics line as they would like. Let Warners do the movies and TV shows, but take all the cumbersome work of actually publishing comic books off their hands, while Warners are free to adapt if they wish.

If you could be a member of this group, you have probably already been approached. People who can bring, or can raise, a minimum of eight figures apiece. Who have both an Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27 to spare. And who really, really, really like DC Comics. The fans are taking over Arkham Asylum.
So… what say you? Would you welcome such a move? And what do you think Warners' response will be?


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Overwatch 2 Gets A Behind-The-Scenes Panel At BlizzConline
Even though Overwatch 2 was not a part of the main BlizzConline showcase, the team had a lot to reveal during their panel. We already knew ahead of time that the game was not going to be released in 2021, but it does feel like a bit of a slight that the game couldn't even get a few minutes on stage when it has just as many awesome reveals this time around. The big takeaways from the panel, which you can watch down at the bottom, are that the characters have received some updated looks (as you can see with McCree here), along with new maps on the way for India, New York City, Toronto, and Rome. Not to mention map updates for Hero Missions, which are also still being worked on as they tell the story of Overwatch after reforming. We have a couple of snippets of info below along with images for you to enjoy, as you can read the full report here.



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Chris Claremont Has A Happy Ending For WandaVision In Mind
Chris Claremont is the man who made the X-Men what they are today. Even if he only gets to rarely write them these days. And doesn't seem to have a lot of time for the current take on the mighty mutants. But he has been watching WandaVision with both excitement and trepidation. On Facebook, he writes,

First confession, yes I really am (sigh) a Marvel geek & have been ever since Stan & Jack hooked me via FF #48. Second confession, I am hooked on 'WandaVision.' I like the stories, the characters, the works. Of course that means I'm (dang it) fully invested in the characters. And being of a 'certain' age, I've read all the history, not to mention written a part of it myself. Problem is, I really like Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen; heck, I even like Evan Peters, the 'Pietro' from another film franchise. I even like the kids! I *know* how the original story ends and I really want Kevin (Fiegy) and his idea crew to find a happier outcome. Why not let Vision and Wanda be the Marvel omniverse poster-parents, allowing Reed & Sue (of the FF) to chart a more exciting-adventurous-full of surprises course through Marvel Cinema History? Doesn't mean they won't be available for cameos; even better, it leaves their kids open to establish film-franchises of their own. C'mon, Hollywood guys-&-gals: I write core source material for your franchises; hell, the argument can be made that without the X-Men, yada-yada-yada! if *I* can figure out a happy ending, why not you? Last few years have been too damn screwed-up, time for y'all to come save the collective day. And for WandaVision to have a Happy Ending! 'Nuff Said!
Indeed, despite John Byrne (the other man who made the X-Men what they are today) not getting a thanks credit for WandaVision among other Marvel Comics creators, the VisionQuest storyline from West Coast Avengers by Byrne ended with the revelation that Billy and Tommy were not real, parts of the shattered soul of demon Master Pandemonium and all parts of Mephisto's plan. It would be years later, courtesy of Alan Heinberg and Jim Cheung – also not credited on WandaVision – that it would be revealed those soul fragments were reincarnated as a new Billy and Tommy, later Speed and Wiccan.

Of course, there are so many WandaVision theories running around, from the citizens of Westville being powered up to become the new mutants of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, for Mephisto to be the big bad and real manipulator of the world, that I just have to suspect that they will do something very different and all of these easter eggs are just red herrings. Or scarlet herrings.


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The Ancient Hulk Revealed By Marvel Comics
Marvel Comics just revealed that the original hulk was spawned more than ten thousand years ago, predating Bruce Banner by quite a bit.

Warning! Spoilers for Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters #1 below

The ancient history of the Hulk is about to be explored in ways it has never been before, as a new one-shot The Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters will debut the first Jade Giant. The story, which takes place more than 10,000 years in the past will showcase the first Hulk, a boy, who opens the Green Door, as his people are infected by a green poison.

Bruce Banner aka the Hulk first appeared in The Incredible Hulk #1 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. After getting exposed to gamma radiation, Dr. Banner's anger made him transform into a giant green monster with a penchant for smashing things. Hulk has been a part of multiple superteams over the years, most famously, as an original member of the first version of the Avengers. Most recently, Al Ewing and Joe Bennett have made key changes to the character's backstory in Immortal Hulk, which includes making him unkillable and introducing the Green Door - which serves as a gateway to the afterlife run by the One Below All for those given powers of Gamma radiation - although, the dead are eventually brought back to life.

On Thursday, Marvel revealed The Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters by Alex Paknadel (Redfork), Al Ewing (Guardians of the Galaxy), and artist Juan Ferreyra. The new one-shot will take a look at the Marvel Universe during 8000 B.C., more than 10,000 years before the events of the current Immortal Hulk run. It's there the first Hulk will debut, as the solicit says that after something green and poisonous comes to the ancient grounds of the Fertile Crescent that will impact the people living there. However, one boy will be left dealing with the calamity and will become the "Original Hulk," opening the Green Door for the first time. Check out the cover by Ferreyra below!

  • AL EWING, ALEX PAKNADEL AND DAVID VAUGHAN (W) • Juan Ferreyra & more (A)
  • Cover by JUAN FERREYRA
  • Ten thousand years ago, something green and glowing comes to poison the ancient ground of the Fertile Crescent — and the hearts of its people.
  • • One boy is left to bear the consequences — and, for the first time…to open THE GREEN DOOR.
The 40-page one-shot will also feature a backup story from David Vaughan. In that story, Bruce Banner will face a "challenge unlike any he's seen before." Considering all that Bruce has seen and experienced, especially in the Immortal Hulk storyline, encountering an all-new challenge is extremely intriguing.

For fans looking to check out the new, first Hulk and learn more about the legend of the Green Door, Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters #1 is in comic book stores on May 2021. With Ewing's epic storytelling and reinvention of the Hulk's backstory, there's never been a better time to be a fan of the character - and this upcoming one-shot will surely give readers more answers about what the Hulk is and how he came to be.


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Daredevil: Matt Murdock Makes a SHOCKING Decision in Prison

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Daredevil #27, by Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto, Mike Hawthorne, Adriano Di Benedetto, Marcio Menyz & VC's Clayton Cowles, on sale now.

It looked like Knull had found the perfect weapon in Daredevil as the symbiote god took over Matt Murdock, who was sitting in prison, serving his time for the accidental death of a criminal. However, Daredevil was not to be tempted.

Knull gave Daredevil several reasons to give himself over to the dark god, but Matt has faith that makes him resistant to dark forces. Even with Knull tempting him and asking why he resisted when he could be better with Knull, Matt said he would never welcome the devil when he strives to live in God's light. As Daredevil #27 reveals, this is all because Daredevil will never allow himself to take the easy way out and give in to the symbiote god.

As Daredevil fought both his inner demons and Knull, he was able to save the prison guards and prisoners while keeping his humanity intact. Matt Murdock did what he does best. He dismissed all temptations and indiscriminately saved lives. Afterwards, Daredevil had a chance to escape, but refused to take the easy way out. Instead, seeking to completely free himself from Knull's symbiote, Matt strapped himself into an electric chair.

Knull attempted to stop Daredevil from going through with what he was planning by stopping him from pulling the lever that would unleash the eletrical current. However, one prisoner Matt saved earlier returned and saw what he was attempting. The prisoner pulled the lever and sent the electrical current flowing through Daredevil, frying the symbiote and driving it off the hero. Thankfully Matt survived the ordeal, taking his attrition one step further than any hero could be expected and coming out of it with his morality intact.

Matt Murdock's devout commitment to doing the right thing and punishing himself for doing wrong is nothing new for the vigilante. From his days showing his Catholic guilt, Daredevil refused to accept that anything he did in his career as Hell's Kitchen's protector ever purged him of any perceived sins he committed in his life. Matt blames himself every time someone he loves is hurt or dies, and he punishes himself more than almost any other hero. Previews and solicits for upcoming issues show that Matt will continue needlessly punishing himself, as he will continue to serve his prison sentence despite having proved his heroism by saving everyone in the prison during Knull's attack.

Many people have died throughout the years that the heroes of Marvel have fought crime. However, these deaths are most often collateral damage. In Daredevil's case, there is no such thing as collateral damage or accidental deaths. He blames himself for everything, and even after saving countless lives in his prison stay and likely earning himself a pardon, Matt is not someone who will take the easy way out. Matt refused to let the court find him not guilty and asked to serve his prison sentence, vowing to stay the entire time. In the eyes of Matt Murdock, enduring the punishment for his perceived sins is an undeniable part of being a hero, and his unshakable resolve ensures that he will in most likely see his sentence through to the end.


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Venom Heads to New York City For His Maximum Carnage Debut

This is "From a Different Point of View," a feature where I discuss a comic book series with other people. Ever since the pandemic began, I've been doing twice-weekly reader chats about notable comic book crossovers, storylines or miniseries. We started with Secret Wars and then we did Knightfall and now we're starting with Maximum Carnage!

Each time around, I'll share a chunk of our discussion.

When last we checked in on Maximum Carnage, we had just started discussing Web of Spider-Man #101, "Darklight," Maximum Carnage Part 2, by Terry Kavanagh, Alex Saviuk and Don Hudson, with colors by Bob Sharen and letters by Steve Dutro, Spider-Man was left in an alley after injuring his rib in a fight with Shriek and Doppelganger, who were both working with an escaped Carnage as sort of his "family."


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Black Panther: How Wakanda Became an Intergalactic Empire

The most recent issue of Black Panther's main series, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Daniel Acuña and Ryan Bodenheim's Black Panther #26, was released the better part of a year ago. But this week, the series will return and start bringing Coates' critically acclaimed run on the title to an end.

And before Marvel returns to the world of T'Challa and the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, we're taking a look back at what happened so far in a run that has changed everything Marvel fans knew about the Black Panther and Wakanda.

Roughly halfway through Coates' run, the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda storyline began in earnest with 2018's Black Panther Vol. 7 #1, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Daniel Acuna & VC's Joe Sabino. The introduction, which is told in every book in the series, explains that 2,000 years ago, a detachment of Wakandans established a small colony on the outer edges of the cosmos. This turned into an Empire that spanned five galaxies, but the search for peace that the original Wakanda fought for was gone here. Instead, there was a ruling class, and there were enslaved peoples, all with their minds erased and forced into labor with no identity, no name, and no past.


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While the reputation and myth of the Dark Knight have definitely been at the forefront of Batman: Black and White thus far, this issue takes a decidedly darker—but still compelling—approach to that idea. John Ridley and Olivier Coipel’s “The Cavalry” shares a new adventure for Future State’s Batman Tim Fox, bringing a politically-relevant and action-packed story. Bilquis Evely’s “A Kingdom of Thrones” takes a decidedly more cerebral approach, with a dense but breathtaking genre-inspired take on Batman’s entire ordeal. Bengal’s “I Am the Bat” also takes a compelling and unexpected perspective to the idea of Batman, in a story that’s very well-executed but will arguably require a second look to fully appreciate. Tim Seeley and Kelley Jones’ “Unquiet Knight” takes a mystical and moody look at Batman’s legacy, and is full of moments and character interactions that are surprisingly delightful. And rounding things out is Nick Dragotta's “Legacy”—arguably the weirdest story of the bunch, but in a way that definitely leaves an impact. Even if some stories might not pack as much of a punch as others, the level of storytelling and genuine craft on display here remains something truly special. -- Jenna Anderson

Rating: 4 out of 5


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X-Force: An Omega-Level Mutant Has New Attitude and a New Costume

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for X-Force #17 by Benjamin Percy, Joshua Cassara, Guru-eFX & VC's Joe Caramagna, on sale now

Thanks to the various futures that have been teased by Marvel over the years, there are multiple young heroes who have the power and influence to shape the Marvel Universe for the next generation. One of the most potentially powerful is Quentin Quire, an Omega-Level telepath and telekinetic mutant. And even though he's come a long way since he started riots at Xavier's Institute, his general attitude hasn't suggested him to be anything remotely resembling a hero.

But thanks to Phoebe Cuckoo, that starts to change in X-Force #17. Now, Quentin Quire is finally reaching the point where he can grow up to be the hero he's always had the potential to become, and he celebrates that change by getting a brand new costume.

Since he debuted in Grant Morrison and Keron Grant's New X-Men #134, Quentin Quire has been through a lot, even when compared to his fellow drama-prone mutant teens. After leading a mutant rebellion New X-Men and losing his corporeal body, Quire returned just in time to be the spark that would lead to the X-Men diving over in-fighting in Schism. He was taken in by Wolverine's X-Men and given a place at his new school, which allowed Quire to grow as a person and actually make connections. He ended up befriending classmates, finding a place of understanding with Wolverine and even learning about his eventual destiny to become the host to the Phoenix Force as a major hero in his own right. In the era of Krakoa, Quire has continued to be a proud hero, albeit one with a terrible tendency to get killed in the field and require resurrection by the Five.

Reflecting on his multiple deaths after another solo mission resulted in his demise, Quire speaks with his girlfriend, Phoebe of the Cuckoo Sisters. Phoebe helps him investigate the circumstances of his most recent death, and even reaches out to him to open up. Phoebe forces Quire to finally confront the fact that he's not the center of the universe -- and that he has the potential to be a great man. He even looks into his past, and how it shaped him into who he is. They agree that Quire needs to finally grow up and start acting like the hero he could become.

To this end, Phoebe suggests the first step is embracing a new look, leaving behind the punk-rock aesthetic he's had for years. While visiting the mutant fashion designer Jumbo Carnation, Phoebe watches as Jumbo designs a new costume for the Omega-Level mutant. After a couple of other attempts, they settle on a distinct black body-suit. Appearing not too dissimilar to the Alex Ross redesigns for the X-Men, Quire's costume makes it clear that it's still his by incorporating bright pink lines, similar to his hairstyle and look of his powers. Quire even had the Five tweak his body upon resurrection, giving him perfect eye-sight and making his glasses a fashion choice, one which Quire now even changes to be a psychic representation of glasses instead of actual frames.

It's also notable that Quire's costume bears some similarity in terms of color to his eventual Phoenix look, which also employed a black leather design. The biggest change is the substitution of fiery red and yellow for Quire's signature pink, though the Phoenix colors likely only come when Quire embraces his role as the Phoenix.
Overall, this is a huge step for the former juvenile delinquent, that moving him closer to becoming the universally important Omega-Level mutant he's always been capable of becoming. This also suggests that Quire might be willing to finally step up and drop his more childish and immature elements, turning into the kind of active-duty field telepath that X-Force truly needs him to be to keep up with threats like XENO and the Orchis Protocol.


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The Next Batman: Gotham's Newest Family Feud Just Got Violent
In DC's Future State, Gotham City's newest family feud just got a lot more violent as Jace Fox's Next Batman tries to save citizens.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Future State: The Next Batman#4, by John Ridley, Laura Braga, Nick Derington, Arif Prianto and Clayton Cowles, on sale now.
In DC's Future State, the Fox family feud is reaching a fever pitch. Lucius Fox has turned Wayne Enterprises into a plaything for the Magistrate to create weapons to rule a broken Gotham with an iron fist, with Luke (the former Batwing) betraying and turning in vigilantes. To top if off, his mom, Tanya's working with the vigilante-hating Mayor Nakano .as they've all gone from people backing heroes to wanting masks put behind bars.

However, in Future State: The Next Batman #4, it gets even deadlier and more dangerous as Tim, the new Dark Knight, runs afoul of the Fox family and a violent clash ensues which results in blood being drawn.

Tim's taken on the new identity of Jace, not wanting to be as close to the family anymore. It's created a lot of tension between him and Luke, but ultimately, no one knows Tim is the new Bat, working with the Resistance to save the city. In this particular adventure, the Caped Crusader has to get Eric and Sara to Detective Chubb, his own Jim Gordon-esque ally in the police department, not knowing he'll fight a family member soon.

Things get complicated, though, since Eric tried to strangle the new Batman to avoid the potential death penalty for killing an alleged criminal. However, Jace eventually overpowers the man and lets him know that he's getting a second chance as Chubb will help them avoid capital punishment. Jace doesn't care who killed the crook, as long as Eric and his wife are both turned in alive, and not dead at the hands of the Peacekeepers.

As they head out, the Peacekeepers attack in a chase straight out of Fast and the Furious, which sadly results in Eric blowing himself up to save his wife. It gets further out of hand when Jace has to swerve to avoid hitting a civilian, which leads to him and Tanya staring down in the streets. But just as soon as Tanya reaches for her gun, Jace throws a Batarang into his mom's shoulder, badly wounding her. He then takes the rage out on some Peacekeepers before making the drop at City Hall and heading to meet his family.

While things are tense at the hospital, they have no idea he's the hero who saved Sara, and his mom says family must stick together. It leaves Jace feeling guilty as he could have hurt her even worse if he was off with his aim, not to mention the psychological toll of living this lie. And there's no telling how much more damage he could do to his family if they ever found out the truth about his nocturnal activities.


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Keanu Reeves Comic Book Arrives Wednesday
BRZRKR, a new comic book created and co-written by the actor, has a character who looks a lot like him. It’s also receiving high orders from comic-book shops.

A comic book created and co-written by the actor Keanu Reeves arrives in stores on Wednesday, with more than 615,000 copies ordered by comic book retailers. (The order is notably high: Last March, Marvel released a new Spider-Woman No. 1 that sold 142,000 copies in North America, according to Comichron.)
The comic, BRZRKR (pronounced “berserker”), is about an immortal warrior, with a look inspired by Reeves, on a quest to discover his origin and to end his long, 80,000-plus-year life.
BRZRKR, from Boom! Studios, is co-written by Matt Kindt and drawn by Ron Garney. “I’ve loved comics since I was a kid and they’ve been a significant influence artistically throughout my career,” Reeves said in a video interview for Boom! posted in January. The series will run for 12 issues.
Boom! had a good inkling of interest for the book last year. In September, the company ran a Kickstarter for supporters to pre-order collected editions of the comic. The campaign had a goal of $50,000 and ended at $1.45 million. The first volume is due in October. (Excellent.)


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DC Movies Release Schedule: What Movies Are Next After 'Zack Snyder's Justice League'?
DC Films have just released Zack Snyder's Justice League, which according to its director and the studio is getting no sequels. However, a number of characters from the DC movie will feature in their own upcoming movies according to the company's release schedule.

DC Films have just released Zack Snyder's Justice League, which according to its director and the studio is getting no sequels. However, a number of characters from the DC movie will feature in their own upcoming movies according to the company's release schedule.

© DC Films 'The Suicide Squad' is the next movie on the DC Films release schedule.

Henry Cavill is reportedly done as Superman, but other members of the Justice League are set to get their own movies. Aquaman (played by Jason Momoa) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) are set to get sequels to their previous adventures, while The Flash (Ezra Miller) is finally making it to the screen is a standalone adventure.
Also on the DC Films release schedule are a Suicide Squad sequel, a new Shazam!, as well as a brand new Batman.
DC Films release schedule

The Suicide Squad - August 6, 2021

Suicide Squad may be one of the worst-reviewed of all the DC movies, but the studio is helping that slapping a definite article on it and hiring Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn to direct will be enough to fix it. The new version will have more of a war film feel, with the Squad tasked with destroying a Nazi prison. Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman and Viola Davis return to the cast alongside newbies Idris Elba, John Cena and Peter Capaldi.

The Batman - March 4, 2022

Though delayed by lead actor Robert Pattinson getting COVID-19, The Batman is currently poised to come out early next year, in an adventure set on a parallel Earth to that of the Affleck Bruce Wayne. The Twilight actor is joined by Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon and Andy Serkis as Alfred.

DC's Legion of Super-Pets - May 20, 2022

The animation branch of Warner Bros. is set to release a film version of the comics that featured such notable names as Beppo the Super-Monkey, Comet the Super-Horse and Streaky the Supercat. Unsurprisingly, this story of superpowered pets is not expected to be part of the DC Extended Universe canon.

The Flash - November 4, 2022
© DC Films Ezra Miller as 'The Flash.' DC Films
Filming finally begins in April on the long-awaited Flash movie. Ezra Miller is returning from Justice League, alongside Affleck. It director Andy Muschetti is the latest in a long list of director linked to the project, with his Flash set to be based on the Flashpoint comic arc. Also starring in the movie is Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Sasha Calle as Supergirl and, perhaps most excitingly for superhero movie fans, Michael Keaton, in his first film as Bruce Wayne for two decades.

Aquaman 2 - December 16, 2022

Momoa and his trident will be back, with original movie director James Wan also directing. Yahya Abdul-Mateen and Amber Heard will be returning, and the movie is set to begin filming in June.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods - June 2, 2023

Not much is known about Shazam 2, save for YouTuber Rachel Zegler being cast in an unknown role.

Black Adam - TBA

Filming is expected to begin on this Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson-starring vehicle in April 2021. As well as introducing supervillain Black Adam, the movie is also set to introduce the Justice Society of America, with Noah Centineo, Aldis Hodge, and Quintessa Swindell cast as Atom Smasher, Hawkman and Cyclone.

Wonder Woman 3 - TBA

Though we know little about Wonder Woman 3, the movie was ordered shortly after the release of Wonder Woman 1984, with Patty Jenkins set to return as director and Gal Gadot in the lead.