Notorious new move from Warner Bros. regarding his upcoming theatrical releases with widespread delays for all of his subsequent theatrical films. A new timeline that mostly hits all of the upcoming DC superhero movies, especially The Flash, which now takes place in the summer of 2023. For now, Warner Bros. did not justify these new moves, even if they would have to do with the coronavirus pandemic and the idea of not competing at the box office with other big releases in the coming months, looking for new release windows for their various films.
This is DC’s release schedule
Thus, Warner Bros. shared a new release schedule for its upcoming films with a total of six date moves, including four DCEU films and its upcoming DC Super-Pets animated film. The first are the following:
- DC League of Super Pets moves to July 29, 2022 (was May 20)
- Black Adam moves to October 21, 2022 (previously July 29)
- Shazam! Fury of the Gods moves to December 16, 2022 (was June 2, 2023)
- Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom moves to March 17, 2023 (previously December 16, 2022)
- The Flash of June 23, 2023 (previously November 4, 2022)
- Meg 2: The Trench will be released on August 4, 2023.
- Wonka moves to December 15, 2023 (previously March 17, 2023)
Also, the sequel to Jason Statham’s movie with hungry sharks is dated. We’ll see how this new schedule affects the continuity of the DCEU movies, as now The Flash, the film destined to revolutionize the DC Extended Universe, will be released last.