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Superman to Green Lantern: James Gunn and Peter Safran finally unveil the new range of upcoming DC projects

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Just three months ago, James Gunn and Peter Safran officially became the heads of DC Extended Universe in association with Warner Bros. Since then they have been in the news regularly after announcing that they are going to cut off many big actors from the DC universe like Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Dwayne Johnson, etc.

Although they have cut off the actors for the upcoming films, Gunn also announced that they are going to introduce new young actors for our favourite superhero characters.

On Monday, James and Peter held a press conference and finally disclosed their upcoming projects, which include ten films and TV series within the rebooted universe.

According to the Variety website, the projects include ‘Superman: Legacy’, a film on Batman and Robin, a prequel to the Wonder Woman series and a Green Lantern mystery series. Although the DC exists as a multiverse, Safran announced the upcoming projects will exist in singular universe.

Safran shared, “DC Studios is unprecedented. It is a standalone production entity and studio. It is the first time ever that everything DC-related like film, TV, live-action, animation, gaming, all are being centralized under one creative vision, that of James and myself.”

Gunn added, “We sat down in a room for a few days and we started to bash out what the basic overall plan could be. Not so much that it ties your wrists, but enough that we know what the basic story is where we are going. And it’s something that we will continue to do.”

Even after disappointing fans by cutting off their favourite DC stars, the good news is James Gunn and Peter Safran will continue working with Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Zachary Levi as Aquaman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Shazam respectively.

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