Justice League DC Films

Bad news for DC fans. The Wrap is reporting that Time Warner, the parent company of Warner Bros. and DC Comics, which are in the early stages of being purchased by AT&T for a whopping $85.4 billion dollars, might sell off the respective properties if the deal fails. It seems that the U.S. government might block the merger from happening.

An individual with inside information on Time Warner told The Wrap that the company would most likely be sold separately to interested parties. This includes Warner Bros., HBO, Turner and, of course, DC Comics.

The good news is that Apple was also said to be interested in purchasing the giant media company and could easily swoop in and save the day.

Of course, you would have to wonder if Disney might be interested. Imagine Disney owned the rights to both DC and Marvel characters. While it’s still too early for panic, anything is possible at this point.

There are currently three DC films scheduled for release including Aquaman releasing on December 21, 2018, Shazam! on April 5, 2019, and Wonder Woman 2 on November 1, 2019.

Source: thewrap.com


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30 Comments

  1. Carlo Hendricks

    How is this bad??? This is THE BEST thing for DC, as it’s Warner Bros who is the problem here. The studio execs are always meddling, and it simply never ends well. Wonder Woman was great, but ultimately, it was the Captain America First Avenger story(Hey, I loved it, saw it theater and bought the 4K blu ray!). That should not have happened, from the studio perspective.
    Whoever purchases DC, hopefully they will realize the best and most obvious thing to do is to give DC some independence and create DC Studios. Snyder should be included, naturally. The DC editors and writers should be included as well. And keep Joel Schoemacher away!

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