Warner Bros announce two untitled DC movie release dates

Possible release dates for Gotham City Sirens, Wonder Woman 2, and Batgirl

Jack Shepherd
Tuesday 18 July 2017 12:13 BST

Thanks to the success of Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. are storming forward with their DC universe, the studio currently developing over a dozen films.

So far, only five of those features actually have release dates: Justice League (17 November), Aquaman (21 December 2018), Shazam (5 April 2019), Cyborg (3 April, 2020), and Green Lantern Corps (24 July, 2020).

Matt Reeves’s The Batman also has a speculative 2018 date, although there’s no certainty regarding when to expect the “neo-noir" adaptation.

Warner Bros. has since announced two new as-yet-untitled DC films for release in 2020, with planned releases on the 14 February and 5 June that year.

Possible blockbusters to take those two positions currently include Justice League Dark, Suicide Squad 2, Gotham City Sirens, Batgirl, Wonder Woman 2, Nightwing, Black Adam, Man of Steel 2, The Flash and Justice League 2.

Chances are the studio are looking at either Gotham City Sirens, Wonder Woman 2, and Batgirl, to take those positions, each film having a confirmed director — David Ayer, Patty Jenkins, and Joss Whedon, respectively.

Meanwhile, Reeves has been talking about his upcoming film with Ben Affleck, confirming they have ditched the actor’s initial script treatment, instead, deciding to start from scratch.

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