We have already seen the early results of this unified theatre/streaming approach, because both Suicide Squad in 2021 and Batman in 2022 will launch a companion prequel series on HBO Max. The Messenger of Peace will focus on John Cena’s brutal patriotic vigilance, and Gotham PD will delve into the corruption that plagued Gotham City during Batman’s first year in office. Hamada’s comments now confirm that HBO Max will play a role in independent DC movies and derivative series.
Hamada also confirmed previous reports, stating that Warner will no longer focus on a single shared universe, but will focus more on the multiverse, in which multiple avatars of various heroes and villains can coexist. We already know that “Batman” is a complete restart device completely independent of DCEU, even Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton are expected to replay their respective Batman roles in “The Flash” in 2022. This approach is likely to become the norm, not the exception.
Hamada said: “I don’t think anyone has ever tried this.” “But the audience is proficient enough to understand it. If we make a good movie, they will follow.”
However, any DCEU fan hoping to release Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” will lead to future sequels set in the world of specific film fragments that may need to maintain expectations. According to the New York Times, Snyder is not currently involved in any other DC projects. According to reports, Warner executives called “Snyder Chet” a “story-telling path-a street that leads to any place.”Shortly after Warner Bros. Chairman Toby Emmerich announced the third “Wonder Woman” movie, this interview is on this movie, director Patty Jenkins and Star Gal Gadot (Gal Gadot) is expected to return. Jenkins has previously stated that the third “Wonder Woman” movie will not have the characteristics of the times as its predecessors, but will be performed in today’s DC Universe. Jenkins (Jenkins) is also associated with Amazon’s spin-off movies, which now seems to be a clear contender for the HBO Max treatment plan.
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