DC Comics potential cinematic universe after ‘Man of Steel’

Credits: Warner Bros.
Credits: Warner Bros.

DC Comics’ potential cinematic universe after ‘Man of Steel’

It has been reported that the chances for a shared cinematic universe based on DC Comics properties is contingent on the success of “Man Of Steel,” the new Superman movie in theaters June 14th. Warner Bros. (DC’s parent company and the studio behind their films) is well behind Marvel‘s shared film universe, after the “Green Lantern” movie’s failure to launch a shared universe in 2011. Marvel began “Phase 2” of its cinematic universe with the release of “Iron Man 3” this past weekend.

Not only does Warner Bros. need to focus on creating quality projects, but it must also utilize all potential resources to lay the framework of its cinematic universe, including TV series and projects already announced/released. The following List looks at The WB’s potential next moves regarding those projects anNot only does Warner Bros. need to focus on creating quality projects, but it must also utilize all potential resources to lay the framework of its cinematic universe, including TV series and projects already announced/released. The following List looks at The WB’s potential next moves regarding those projects and how they might fit into a shared universe, assuming “Man of Steel” is commercially successful (which all signs point to being the case). Granted, it would take quite a bit of wrangling by new Warner Bros. CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, to bring all these properties under one umbrella, given they are under development by various production companies.d how they might fit into a shared universe, assuming “Man of Steel” is commercially successful (which all signs point to being the case). Granted, it would take quite a bit of wrangling by new Warner Bros. CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, to bring all these properties under one umbrella, given they are under development by various production companies.

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