In this way, Warner Bros needs to "reset" the DC superhero universe … once more. As per the theusanewstimes.com, CEO David Zaslav as of late let financial backers know that the studio (presently Warner Bros Discovery after consolidations) has another 10-year plan for the comic book uber adventure that it trusted would primate the progress of Marvel.
All of which, the new dropping of Batgirl to the side, sounds more fantabulous than Harley Quinn executing a reverse somersault - until we review how frequently we've been here previously.
The first arrangement for DC was to fabricate a universe of interconnected films around Zack Snyder's 2017 Justice League film, including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and the Flash, among others. Where could this veer off-track?
Indeed, the film tumbled after Snyder left halfway through advancement and was supplanted by Joss Whedon as chief.
Out of nowhere there was less accentuation on ensuring every film helped set up the following section, Marvel-style, and more on giving producers artistic liberty.
Yet, that is OK, since someone at Warners chose to allow Snyder the opportunity to reshoot Justice League for the organization's new HBO Max streaming task, and a considerable amount of individuals really loved the new four-hour epic. And that implies that film's Batman, played by Ben Affleck, accomplished a kind of smaller than expected renaissance (after all that Sad Affleck stuff) and out of nowhere is back in the image, in particular in the impending Flash and Aquaman films.