Published: Fri, December 08, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

DCEU: 10 R-Rated Movies DC Needs To Make

DCEU: 10 R-Rated Movies DC Needs To Make

The report suggests that Warner Bros. are reportedly planning to either announce a replacement for Johns and Berg in January, or perhaps more concerning is the idea that they'll absorb control of DC Films into the studio's larger filmmaking operation.

Johns will remain chief creative officer for DC, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing private information.

Berg is credited as an exec producer on hit Wonder Woman, which has pulled in over $800 million at the box office, as well as the upcoming Aquaman standalone.

With scenes of Henry Cavill's Superman wearing a black costume left on the cutting room floor, we can only hope that Warner Bros. includes the deleted scenes on the Justice League Blu-ray.

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"This is something that Jon approached me about six months ago, and he expressed his goal was to ultimately be a producer at the studio", said Emmerich in a statement. The film was meant to be DC's answer to Marvel's "Avengers", uniting the likes of Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman under the banner of a team of world-saving superheroes.

While "Justice League" is the lowest-grossing DCEU (DC Extended Universe) movie at the USA box-office, the same thing can not be said about it in China as it is now officially the highest-grossing DC movie ever released in the said country. For comparison, Marvel conducts its movie division autonomously despite being owned by Disney, while Fox and Sony create their superhero flicks beneath the studio's overall banner.

What should comes as no surprise, it's being reported Warner giving the DCEU an overhaul following the disappointment of Justice League. Flashpoint is also reportedly moving forward, although a director still hasn't been named for the Flash movie. Time Warner is said to be frustrated that Warner Bros. leaders continued to bring the director back, especially after "Batman v Superman" was excoriated by critics even though it made money.

Meant to be the DC's answer to The Avengers, Justice League pulled in just $572 million, a yield that has made it the lowest-earning DCEU movie by almost $100 million.

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