“The world needs heroes.” This was Warner Bros. Pictures’ maxim in the exciting preview it shared last month. The reason? The movies live action about superheroes of the DC brand that would see the light in 2022; For example, the recently released batman. However, in terms of the DC Extended Universe, the current year will not be a good one. With the exception of Black Adamthe tapes Flash and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom They will finally have their premiere until 2023, due to recent changes in Warner’s schedule.
According to Variety, the sequel to Aquaman and the solo film of the scarlet runner had to postpone their release due to delays in the visual effects department, as a result of the current pandemic context. The first was originally going to premiere on December 16, 2022; the second, on November 4 of the same year.
Now, Flashby director Andy Muschietti, will have its premiere until June 23, 2023. For its part, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdomby filmmaker James Wan, will be released on March 17, 2023.
«For a film that is almost all visual effects, I am grateful for the additional time it took to get this figured out properly.Wan wrote about Aquaman 2, via Instagram. “Working with revolutionary new technology, I am impressed by some of the early tests that are taking place. I am cautiously optimistic and excited. I can’t wait to share it when the time is right.”
the launch of Black Adam, by director Jaume Collet-Serra, was also shown for several months, but at least it is still scheduled for the same year. The new date is October 21, 2022. Regarding the field of animation, the film DC Super-Pets League will no longer premiere on May 20 but on July 29, 2022which was the date originally contemplated for Black Adam. Dwayne Johnson, producer and star of this film live action —in addition to Krypto’s voice in the animated tape— communicated the delays through a video on Instagram.
On the other hand, they’re not all delays in the DCEU. The sequel Shazam! Fury of the Gods advanced its premiere, from June 2, 2023 to December 12, 2022. “We are excited to give the public Shazam! Fury of the Gods as this year’s holiday gift,” said Jeff Goldstein, an executive at Warner Bros. Pictures (via). “Families of all ages are really going to enjoy it.”
Finally, it should also be noted that wonkathe film about the origins of chocolatier Willy Wonka —played by Timothée Chalamet— will hit theaters until December 15, 2023. Warner’s previous plan pointed to March 17, 2023 as the release date.
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