Earlier today, DC Films and Warner Bros. decided to pull the plug on DC Extended Universe projects to expand two comic-book adaptations of DC Extended Films. The two projects were from Ava DuVernay’s Held New Gods and James Wand and Peter Saffran Aquaman Spin-off the trench. while the chasm In 2018, there was a planned original-cum-follow-up horror film focused on monster creatures of the sea portrayed in a specific sequence Aquaman; New god Darkseid will take on DCEU for aposolips and inter-planetary conflicts, featuring Granny Goodness and other DarkSpherd rivals. However, Warner Bros. has announced that these films will be actively canceled for now, with DCEU’s slate expected to resubmit the stories, if it seems appropriate to include them in the future.
Of the two films, Ava DuVernay’s The new gods Under speculation, fans were wondering how Ava would handle the New Gods storyline, which was teased this year. Zack Snyder’s Justice League. In response to the cancellation of her project, Ava DuVernay has expressed her gratitude to her co-writer Tom King.
Ava Duvernay Revealed how she was planning to feature characters such as Big Burda, Izaya Inheritor / Highfather, Mr. Miracle / Scott Free, and Granny Goodness, the latter of whom also debuted in her theatrical appearance. Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Though in just a minor cameo. In particular, DuVernay’s New god It would have been a direct adaptation of Jack Kirby’s Fourth World comic book series and portrayed these observers on a collision course against each other.
Many are citing the appearance of Darkseid’s character in Zacus Justice League Warner Media’s possible reason for cancellation New god. Ever since Snyder publicly revealed his plans for the DCEU and the final release of the Snyder cut, fans have acknowledged DuVernay’s split of New Gods, with many considering the conflicting of Snyder’s original ECU plans. Even Darkseed actor Ray Porter has come out in support of Ava DuVernay, who is warning poisoning fans to “stop” the Emmy-award-winning filmmaker. Ava also responds to Ray’s assistant Teet, thanking him for his grateful gesture.
DuVernay, however, probably has not given up on the hopes of the new gods, nor has Warner Bros. apparently thrown his project under the bus. In response to Ray Porter’s tweet, he was looking forward to a reunion with him for a future DC-inspired project, if not the new God of Jack Kirby. Warner Bros. has stated that the development of the project, however, for now, could be taken up in the future when the studio arrives at the right time. As of now, Warner Bros. and DCEU are looking forward to a confirmed slate of films to be released in the next two years, starting with James Gunn Suicide squad. In addition, DC Films has prepared Matt Reeves’ The Batman for release, with two sequels and a spin-off already greenlighted.
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