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DC’s John Cunningham Reveals “Decisions Have Been Made” Regarding ‘Justice League’ & ‘Wonder Woman’ Films

Friday 26th April 2013 by Shawn Madden

With the release date for Man Of Steel quickly approaching, rumors about a Justice League movie and a DC Cinematic Universe has been continually growing. The rumors keep coming, while it ultimately comes down to the success of the Zack Snyder film, but the first official word regarding these future projects was given today at DC’s first panel at C2E2. Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, Editorial Director Bobbie Chase, and the VP Marketing John Cunningham were asked about both a Justice League and Wonder Woman film. Cunningham responded:

“Well, we weren’t going to say anything until Warner Bros. studios allowed us to do it, but since you asked the question. Watch this space. Watch it. It’s coming.
 
“I think the best thing I can say to all of you is go out and see Superman opening weekend. Drive that box office. Make people sit up and pay attention to what you want. But I think that the movie business works years and years in planning. These decisions are being made, have been made, and we will all know what they are shortly. And I think we will all be happy when that comes down.”

It appears that they’ve already made decisions regarding these projects and are just waiting to give the official green light. With the hype surrounding Man Of Steel, it definitely looks like these projects will finally be moving forward and we’re going to be hearing about them a lot sooner than later.

Source: Comic Book