Warner Bros. Has 10-Year Plans for DC Movies to Rival Marvel

Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslva has revealed that there is a 10-year plan to cover all future DC films.

This update comes out of a recent Q2 2022 earnings call hosted by Warner Bros earlier this week. Not without reason, apparently Warner Bros. has plans to compete with Marvel.

This was revealed when David Zaslva held a question and answer session where he discussed the state of the DC cinematic universe. from Dexerto, it was revealed that all future projects under the auspices of Warner Bros.

David Zaslva acknowledges how much of a role DC Films plays when looking at the wider content already being produced at Warner Bros.

“Our ambition is to bring Warner Bros. back and to produce great, high-quality films,” he said.

“When we look at the opportunities we have broadly, DC is one of the top of the list for us.”

David Zaslva then goes on to highlight some of the big DC characters and further draws attention to how each operates as a separate brand.

“You look at Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, these are brands that are known everywhere in the world,” he explained.

“The ability to drive people around the world with great stories is a huge opportunity for us. We’ve done research. We’ve restructured the business. We’re going to focus,” he continued.

After these opening words, David Zaslva reveals the decade-long grand plan that Warner Bros. has for all of its beloved characters.

Next, how will they take inspiration from fellow comic book rivals Marvel by building a clearer outline going forward.

“There will be a team with a 10-year plan focused solely on DC. It’s very similar to the structure that Alan Horn and Bob Iger put together, very effectively with Kevin Feige at Disney,” he said.

David Zaslva then ended by expressing his excitement about the future of DC films.

While this update from Warner Bros. does promise a bright future for the state of DC films.

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