Warner Bros. Dates Two Mystery DC Films For 2020

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Warner Bros. has slotted two mystery DC Extended Universe movies for 2020. The announcement comes a few days before the studio’s highly anticipated presentation at Comic-Con International in San Diego.

The first of the two DCEU films is set to hit theaters on February 14, 2020, with the other project arriving a few months later on June 5th. Meanwhile, WB has also set an untitled animation project on June 1, 2018, as well as an event film on December 13, 2019.

One of the two DC movies could very well be the Wonder Woman sequel that’s expected to be announced at Comic-Con later this week. The other project could literally be anything, as many of the studio’s standalone superhero movies such as The Flash and The Batman are still without a release date.

The Warner Bros. Hall H panel takes places on Saturday, July 22, starting at 11 AM and moderated by Talking Dead‘s Chris Hardwick. There’s a good chance that the two mystery DC projects will be announced there, so stay tuned for more updates.

7 Wonder Woman Villains Perfect For Future Sequels

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Now that we’re about a month away from Wonder Woman’s solo movie, it’s time to start fantasizing about what we’ll see in those sequels Warner Bros. is inevitably planning. Wonder Woman has a rich rogues gallery that has transformed and grown alongside her as she’s become one of the world’s most iconic heroes.

It looks like Ares, the Greek god of war, will be the main villain for Wonder Woman’s first outing, but DC is gonna need to shake things up for future projects. Diana Prince has already proved herself a terrific warrior in Batman V Superman when she took on Doomsday, so I’m excited to see who the creators want to throw at her next. She doesn’t need a full team beside her, Wonder Woman is warrior enough to defend the innocent from all types of threats.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.