Warner Bros Announced That It Will Make 6 DC Comic Films Per Year


Cinema is changing and that is remarkable. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we were able to see how different film producers were forced to adapt to the new world situation, but the changes they made are here to stay.

Warner Bros is one of the companies that will change in the coming years and nothing will ever be the same again. This Tuesday, December 29, he announced his new plan for the films belonging to the DC Comics Universe and surprised all his fans.

Following the groundbreaking premiere of Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max, Warner Media’s streaming service, fans can now expect to see much more original DC Comics content on this platform.

In an interview with The New York Times, Walter Hamada, head of DC Films, announced that they have in mind to make 6 films of the DC Comics Cinematic Universe per year. However, not all of them will make it to the big screen: 4 will be released in theaters and 2 on HBO Max, like this every year from 2021.

Regarding the specific content about these films, he confessed that they are preparing new original content, never seen before: “For each movie that we are watching now, we think, what would be the potential spin-off that it could have?”

The whole whole idea of ​​Warner and DC Comics lines up to compete against their main rival in the industry. Now the battle between Marvel and DC goes from the big screen also to streaming services, for a “new rivalry” between Disney + and HBO Max to emerge.

Likewise, Hamada confessed that the films with the highest budget will be those that will reach the big screen, which does not mean that HBO Max productions will have a low investment.


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