Fans clamoring for some of DC’s older or unfinished material may not see them in the near (or any) future.
Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam arrived at the weekend box office, and just like the titular anti-hero, the new release took no prisoners.
Warner Bros. did the ole’ “DC Shuffle” yesterday with all of their highly-anticipated (and heavily marketed) films, moving Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and The Flash to 2023 and Black Adam and Shazam! Fury of the Gods to new dates in 2022.
While Spider-Man continues to rake in dough on a daily basis, DC doesn’t want fans to forget that their own MVP is about to hit the screen again in March.
There were many exciting reveals at this October’s DC FanDome, but DC intentionally left the best for last with the first full length trailer for Matt Reeves’ The Batman.
The series will also include the debut of DC hero Vigilante (played by Freddie Stroma) and many other surprises.