Over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal managed to get Warner Bros. To confirm their plans over their DC Comics properties, showing that the studio is intent on catching up to Marvel as far as comic book movies are concerned.
According to Warner Bros., director Zack Snyder will be following up his Superman vs. Batman (tentative title) with a team-up movie – a full-blown Justice League movie. The Superman vs. Batman feature for its part is already shooting, with both Wonder Woman and Cyborg confirmed as having roles in the story.
Wonder Woman, as previously reported, is played by Gal Gadot, while the role of Cyborg went to Ray Fisher. They will be joining the previously confirmed Ben Affleck and the returning Henry Cavill as Batman and Superman, respectively. All actors will be reprising the roles for Justice League.
Additionally, the Wall Street Journal also cited a total of 9 DC features currently being planned and/or developed within Warner Bros.’ Proverbial walls, including The Metal Men, Shazam!, 100 Bullets, Fables, and the Joseph Gordon-Levitt-produced adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.
Source: The Wall Street Journal