We all heard the big news yesterday as Warner Bros. announced
a huge slate of movies for the next few years, including an entire array of DC Comics movies going right through 2020 (and that doesn't include the possibilities for more solo Batman or Superman movies either.)
Some might remember a few years back
when I gave Warner Bros. a few tips on catching up to Marvel Studios in terms of capitalizing on their huge library of characters to work with. Unlike Marvel Comics, they still have all their characters in one place, which means they can create a shared universe just like in the comics.
Over two years after my article, Warner Bros. finally made their biggest announcement since last year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
reveal at Comic-Con, and it had a similar effect on those who have been hoping that Warner Bros. would stop cowering in the corner and being reactive in the ongoing Marvel vs. DC wars. Man of Steel
was such a huge hit for them after Christopher Nolan wrapped up his "Dark Knight" trilogy and DC fans needed to be given some sort of message of hope that Warner Bros. knew what they were doing in terms of continuing on with their plans.
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