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By Courtney Key

Warner Brothers CEO Kevin Tsujihara revealed the titles and dates for upcoming films based on DC Comics properties through 2020 at a Time Warner investors meeting today, according to a report from

Chairman and CEO of Warner Entertainment Kevin Tsujihara speaking to investors in Las Vegas earlier this year.

Chairman and CEO of Warner Entertainment Kevin Tsujihara speaking to investors in Las Vegas earlier this year.

Tsujihara promised at least ten movies will be coming beginning in 2016 with the currently filming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. 2016 will also see the release of a Suicide Squad movie, for which the CEO said the studio is in talks with four A-List actors.

Wonder Woman and a Zack Snyder-directed Justice League Part 1 film will follow in 2017, with The Flash and Aquaman coming out the next year. The company has Shazam and Justice League 2 movies planned for 2019, and Cyborg and a new Green Lantern adaptation scheduled for 2020.

In a press release issued by the company, it was confirmed that Jason Momoa will be taking the lead as Aquaman in his solo movie, while Ezra Miller has been cast as The Flash. Cyborg will star Ray Fisher. David Ayer will be taking the reins of the Suicide Squad film, while Zack Snyder remains on directing duties for both Justice League movies. Interesting, despite previous rumors to the contrary, Snyder is not listed as directing the Wonder Woman movie, starring Gal Gadot.

Tsujihara also said that the company has more television shows based on DC comics in the pipeline.

Sources: and Newsarama

About The Author


Courtney is a returning reader to the world of comic books, drawn back in by the power of Tom Hiddleston's portrayal of Loki in the MCU and her attraction to broken antagonists with questionable hair. Favorite titles she's currently reading include Loki Agent of Asgard, Saga, Silver Surfer, Ms. Marvel, Gotham Academy, and The Wicked + The Divine. Older favorite comics are Lucifer, Sandman, Kieron Gillen's Journey into Mystery and Young Avengers, and Runaways. When she is not watching television or reading comics and novels, Courtney torments herself by attempting to write fiction. Her favorite apocalyptic scenario is the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano. She enjoys riding horses and distrusts chickens, which she considers to be merely T-Rexes in a clever disguise. One day they'll reveal their true colors and you'll see. You'll all see.

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