During the Warner Bros. panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the studio revealed their slate of upcoming DCEU films with brand new logos. Missing from the slate was Chris McKay’s previously announced Nightwing film, which made fans believe that the film was running through some troubles.
A fan on Twitter asked the director why the film was missing from the studio’s slate and McKay responded back, assuring fans that the film is in good hands as he wants to take his time with the film. You can check out McKay’s response below:
This isn't going to be like that. I want this movie to blow you away. We need time to get it right.
— Chris McKay (@buddboetticher) August 4, 2017
Seeing as how the release date hasn’t been announced, it really isn’t a surprise that it wasn’t included at Comic-Con. What do you think of McKay’s response? Let us know in the comments section below!
It’s no secret that the DCEU has been plagued with troubled productions and negative reception, so it’s great that McKay is coming out headstrong and revealing that there’s nothing treacherous going on behind the scenes with the production of Nightwing.
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Source: Chris McKay