In this new article we will look at how the future of the DC Extended Universe is very bright.
While the DC Extended Universe initially failed to seize the same success and attention as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, all of that might be set to change in the not so distant future. In this video, we’re going to break down just why the DCEU’s future may be very bright.
When the MCU released with 2008’s Iron Man, Marvel Studios changed the game in a number of key ways, giving a blueprint for how to create a successful cinematic universe. In many ways, the MCU has remained the ideal and gold standard for cinematic universes, but the franchise is now at a pretty major crossroads following the events of Avengers: Endgame. This is where the DCEU might have some advantage over its competitors, as its solo films are finally starting to hit their stride in major ways. But that’s not all: The DCEU is also fully embracing the concept of a multiverse, which might just make it bigger than the MCU sooner rather than later.
Check out the video below for more information on how the DCEU is now bigger than the MCU.
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, it’s not totally clear just what shape the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will take. While there’s a good indication the characters Disney attained from 21st Century Fox will soon arrive, there’s not much solid information on just when or how that might happen. Right now, a number of productions have either been delayed or had their release dates changed as a result of the ongoing coronavirus coronavirus pandemic. Although, at this time, there’s no indication those delays will affect the plots of any of those projects.
While the latest DCEU film, Birds of Prey, struggled at the box office, the cinematic universe is still alive and well following the successes of Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Currently, Wonder Woman 1984 is the next DCEU movie, and after several delays the film is slated for release on Oct. 2.
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