Hours ago, businesswire.com revealed DC's upcoming slate of films set for release after Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016. The slate expands all the way to 2020, and includes two films every year.
2016: Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad
2017: Wonder Woman, Justice League: Part One
2018: The Flash, Aquaman
2019: Shazam, Justice League: Part Two
2020: Cyborg, Green Lantern reboot
This is a pretty massive announcement, and it comes with other details.
First of all, David Ayer, director of such films as End of Watch and this weekend's Fury is set to direct the Suicide Squad movie.
Additionally, the Justice League movie is set to be divided into two parts.
Also, Jason Momoa is finally confirmed to play Aquaman, and Ezra Miller of The Perks of being a Wallflower is confirmed to play the Flash.
The lineup of films heavily suggests that Warner Brothers is going in the direction of the New 52 run of comics.
Hopefully DC fans are pleased with this announcement, and we can check out all of these films on their scheduled release years.