Warner Bros. CEO of Future of DCU: ‘There won’t be 4 Batmans’

As James Gunn and Peter Safran continue to map out their 10-year plan for DC Studios, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav recently detailed what some of the plans are for the company.

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In a recent conversation hosted by RBC (via The Hollywood Reporter), Zaslav said plans for the company are to see “a lot of growth and opportunity” around the world of DC.

“I think over the next few years you’re going to see a lot of growth and opportunities around DC that aren’t going to be four Batmans,” Zaslav said. “And so part of our strategy is to drive the hell out of DC, which James and Peter will do. I think they’ve excited the fans. I think they’ll excite you over a period of time.”

Zaslav also gave an update on the new plans, saying that they are “nearing the end” of creating a bible for the future of the DCU.

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The comments come just days after newly formed DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran said they planned the future of film for up to the next decade.

“The opportunity to make DC as great as it can be and as it should be — that’s why I’m doing this job, because I know that Peter and I can do it,” Gunn said at the time. “We spent the last few days with a group of some of the best thinkers in the business, the best writers in the business starting to map out the eight- to 10-year plan for what it’s going to look like in the theater, in television, in animation, across the board for these characters.”

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