🚨SDCC: PLENTY OF SURPRISES🚨 -
In addition, of course, part of the magic of Comic-Con is that audiences go expecting to be treated to some unexpected surprises. With so many DC movies about to enter production, surely we'll get a tease of more than just the current slate of 3. While it seems logical that would be Birds of Prey or The Joker, given those are the next films to begin production, a number of other long-in-development projects, like Matt Reeves' The Batman, are also due for some official news. Looking back to 2017, Warner Bros. actually had a lot of major announcements. They revealed a full slate, ranging from Shazam! to Green Lantern Corps, but the panel itself felt quite passive, and as a result all the big news was lost amid the general excitement over SDCC. In fact, Warner Bros. actually had to re-announce it in the aftermath of Justice League's release, purely because the slate hadn't made an impact with audiences and viewers at all. That was disappointing, and it's clear Warner Bros. needs to learn major lessons from that experience. The studio needs to ensure that their biggest news isn't buried, that their announcements catch the eye of audiences and general viewers alike, and that they create a powerful buzz for their future films. Ultimately, the absence of Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm has given DC Films a tremendous opportunity. The nascent DCEU was sadly marred by controversy, and the studio struggled to generate goodwill among casual viewers. This is DC Films's biggest and best chance to put the past behind them, and to win people over to the future of the DCEU. If the studio can pull it off, with strong and entertaining trailers, star-studded panels, and a sense of the franchise's forthcoming direction, then the future will look very bright indeed for the DCEU.
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