Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed that they are going to be releasing four DCEU movies a year, and two of those will be released on HBO Max. This news comes from a recent interview that DC Films president Walter Hamada did with The New York Times.
Wanter Bros. Pictures recently made it very clear that they are planning on bringing many more movies to their streaming service as opposed to releasing them in cinemas. They recently revealed that all their 2021 blockbusters will be released on HBO Max at the same time as they’re released in cinemas.
DC Films president Walter Hamada has now revealed that he wants to release two DCEU movies per year on HBO Max. He added that the focus of those movies would be smaller and slightly riskier projects such as Batgirl and Static Shock.
WB Are Going To Release 2 DCEU Movies A Year On HBO Max
It really does seems as though Hamada really wants to sort the DC Films department out. They’re already going to be releasing the likes of The Suicide Squad, The Flash, The Batman, Aquaman 2, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, Black Adam and Wonder Woman 3. Along with these big DC Comics movies, they’ve also been making TV shows such as Peacemaker, and Matt Reeves’ The Batman spinoff show.
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