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Per the big cover story in the latest issue of Empire Magazine, we now know just when Wonder Woman and Justice League, the two 2017 entries that will follow Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad will begin filming.

According to the magazine, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins is currently in London prepping the film for a Fall start date. Wonder Woman is expected to hit theaters on June 23, 2017. Zack Snyder and his crew are expected to begin shooting Justice League Part One in the Spring of next year for a November 10, 2017 release.

So, not really specific dates here actually, but more like time-frames.

Justice League Part Two is expected in 2019, after a duo of DC standalone features: The Flash and Aquaman, the latter directed by James Wan.

Wonder Woman will be written by Jason Fuchs, whose Pan will see release on October 9th. The two Justice League features are expected to be penned by Batman v Superman scribe Chris Terrio.

And with that…let’s run down the things we know about the movies coming out after 2016 in the DC Cinematic Universe:

Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, written by Jason Fuchs, starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. (6/23/2017)

Justice League Part One, directed by Zack Snyder, written by Chris Terrio (11/17/2017)

The Flash, written by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (or at least a treatment), starring Ezra Miller (tentatively 3/28/2018)

Aquaman, directed by James Wan, written by Kurt Johnstad, starring Jason Momoa (tentatively 7/7/2018)

– Untitled Batman film, directed by Ben Affleck, written by Affleck and Geoff Johns, starring Affleck (2018)

Shazam!, written by Darren Lemke, starring Dwayne Johnson (tentatively 4/5/2019)

Justice League Part Two, directed by Zack Snyder, written by Chris Terrio (tentatively 6/14/2019)

Cyborg, starring Ray Fisher (tentatively 4/3/2020)

Green Lantern Corps (tentatively 6/19/2020)

And I will be almost 40 when the last two finally come out.


  1. “Wonder Woman and Justice League now have filming start dates”

    “So, not really specific dates here actually, but more like time-frames”

    —so, not really specific facts, just click bait headlines…I’m embarrassed for you—again…

  2. Starting dates means very little as the process of making a film starts long before the actual filming starts and ends long after that initial round of filming happens, I agree with the first later that this post is pretty much useless. As are all similar posts are.

  3. Are those release dates confirmed, or still tentative. (Box Office Mojo has those two films as “not scheduled”.)

  4. Every source is reporting the same two dates as confirmed based on WB’s shareholder calendar, whether that’s accurate or not…we’ll find out eventually, I guess.

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