How Warner Bros. Can Move Forward With The DC Extended Universe


It feels unreal to even think that Justice League is the lowest-grossing DCEU movie. It was meant to be the culmination of years of hard work and the granddaddy that reached the billion-dollar club. Instead, Warner Bros. is sweating and worried if it’ll break even and not suffer any further humiliation.

Regardless of your feelings towards the film, it’s evident that the studio will need some time to introspect and rethink its future plans. It could be the end of the DCEU franchise as we know it, but it won’t be the end of DC movies – that’s for sure.

So, what now? Undoubtedly, there will be a cooling-off period and we’re likely to only hear of the future of DC films in 2018. That’s okay, though, as it’ll give the studio the necessary time to make decisions and stop rushing or reacting in haste. After all, we deserve only the best and Warner Bros. needs to stop throwing stuff against the wall and hoping it sticks.

Being fans ourselves, we’ve pondered the different ways that DC’s live-action films can move forward and came up with a few feasible solutions. Naturally, these are a matter of opinion, so if you agree or disagree with us, let us know in the comments section down below.

With that said, let’s have a look at how Warner Bros. can move forward with its next superhero movie slate.