The director JJ Abrams is about to close a millionaire deal with WarnerMedia to exclusively develop new projects through its production company Bad Robots.
According to information, for more than 500 million dollars, Abrams and the company should enter into a partnership to develop a package for future films, series and content for the streaming service, HBO Max.
So the site We Got This Coverd states that the idea was also to bring Abrams to the DC Universe in theaters, which underwent a makeover after Batman Vs Superman (2016) and Justice League (2017).
A publication of the website states the proposal of the executives within WarnerMedia would be for Abrams to take over any of the next projects for the studio’s cinema, where the article specifically points out the feature films Green Lantern Corps, and the long awaited Superman 2.
The last information we had about the films of Space Watchers was that Geoff Johns would write the script for the feature, which would John Stewart as protagonist, read more here.
For an upcoming film by Super man, be it a sequence of Steel man (2013), or an effective reboot of the character, the problem is a little bigger, after all, we have the eternal novel of the departure of Henry Cavill as the character, as well as, was with the Batman in Ben Affleck. Read more here.
On the subject, the director Christopher McQuarrie talked a little about his ideas for both films earlier this month that were not approved by the studio.
None of the films are expected to debut.
Check out the list of upcoming DC releases in theaters:
The Batman – JuneThe Suicide Squad – August
We still have projects from New Gods, Black Adam, Shazam! 2, Batgirl, and two more films starring the Harlequin, which has no premiere date.