DC Comics: Warner Bros. To Make 10 DC Comics Films

Posted: Oct 16 2014, 6:17am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 16 2014, 7:07am CDT, in News | Latest Movie News

DC Comics: Warner Bros. to make 10 DC Comics Films
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Warner Brothers Pictures has plans for the morrow. And many DC Comics super heroes are to figure among these schemes for providing quality entertainment.

Warner Bros. announced 10 DC Comics films that the studio will make by 2020. The heads of Warner Brothers put their noggins together to come out with a methodology of increasing profits manifold for the huge conglomerate. They wanted to stick to their reputation of lending audiences a chance at viewing the best there is in contemporary culture.

The novel forms of technology that have flooded the world are the stuff of which dreams are made of. And Warner Brothers wants to avail these trinkets which will lend them magical special effects of unbelievable proportions.

“The demand for high quality video content is growing fast – in the United States and around the world – as new technologies have created new platforms and millions of new connected consumers,” said Warner Bros.’ Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara. “The opportunity is huge. And no studio is better positioned to take advantage of it than Warner Bros.”

Among the things that are in the pipeline may be included three LEGO-related movies and the same number of J.K. Rowling scripts which will get reworked into filmic content. These will be shot on sets spanning a period that will last till the year 2020.

Meanwhile, Warner Brothers Pictures and New Line Cinema have a joint agenda of releasing almost a dozen movies based on superheroes and similar fare. There will be separate efforts to resuscitate the Batman and Superman franchises.

Among the supernatural beings that will have movies made to depict their super powers may be included:

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016),

Suicide Squad (2016),

Wonder Woman (2017),

Justice League Part One (2017),

The Flash (2018),

Aquaman (2018),

Shazam (2019),

Justice League Part Two (2019),

Cyborg (2020), and, last but not least,

Green Lantern (2020).

Warner Brothers is a big name and contender in Television Land too. Every possible show from The Big Bang Theory to The Voice and Gotham not to mention The Vampire Diaries bears the Warner Brothers stamp of approval.

“At Warner Bros., we are united to not only continue to create the world’s greatest entertainment content, but to over-deliver on our financial targets,” said Tsujihara. “I’ve been with the company for over 20 years and I can’t remember a time when I’ve felt more confident about our future. We’re committed to maintaining and enhancing the great legacy of Warner Bros., the world’s most iconic and profitable studio.”

The studio is a truly creative place where wishes and fantasies are churned out at a feverish pitch via employing the smartest and most intelligent individuals on the face of the planet. Warner Brothers Pictures has some pretty big shot head honchos too who like to wheel and deal and sign up new talent wherever they can find it.

The goal of bringing DC Comics superheroes to life on the silver screen is just the latest in a series of objectives set by the mega-entertainment organization. The future of the company looks secure and bright indeed. As the saying goes: today India, tomorrow the world!

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