‘Justice League Dark’ & ‘Batgirl’ Likely To Be DC’s Next Films After ‘Aquaman’!

Jun 08, 2017
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Warner Bros. have several DC films in different stages of development. With the release of Wonder Woman last week, Justice League is yet to release on November 17, and after that is Aquaman which is set for Christmas in 2018. Nonetheless, we are yet to find out what movies come after.

Two DC Films that are being developed are Justice League: Dark, along with Joss Whedon’s Batgirl movie. While neither of them have a release date, it looks like they could be the next DC Films going into production.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. have been focusing on having Justice League: Dark and Batgirl ready for production in the near future. While Justice League: Dark did suffer a setback by losing director Doug Liman, directors Damián Szifron and Andy Muschietti are reportedly being eyed to take over.

If this is true, we could expect to get casting news for both films as well as a confirmation on a new director for Justice League: Dark. San Diego Comic-Con is taking place next month, so perhaps we’ll have further details on what’s coming for DC Films after 2018.

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