WB Still Wants To Work With SnyderVerse Actors

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It’s been revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures is still very much interested in working with some of the SnyderVerse actors.

However, according to Mikey Sutton over at Geekosity, they won’t be attached to the SnyderVerse.

So, this is to be expected because Warner Bros. has already set in motion many of their upcoming DCEU movies.

We have the likes of The Flash, Aquaman 2 and Wonder Woman 3 all in development right now.

So, this means that Warner Bros. is still very much interested in working with Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot.

According to Mikey, they want to continue working with these SnyderVerse actors, just in a different setting, as they have no interest in the mythology itself.

Warner Bros. Pictures still wants to work with their SnyderVerse actors

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So, this means that the future movies that the likes of Gadot, Momoa and Miller will star in will not be linked to the SnyderVerse itself.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise since Warners already revealed that they are considering Justice League to be canon in their universe.

They do not consider Zack Snyder’s Justice League to be canon as far as the future of these DCEU movies are concerned.

This is crazy given the fact that Zack Snyder’s Justice League is the far superior movie.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing the SnyderVerse actors continue to play their respective roles in the DCEU?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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