Warner Bros. Pictures releases new character posters for Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash ahead of Justice League's Digital HD release next week. Justice League may not have performed as well as Warner Bros. - or fans of the DCEU - had hoped it would, but the film was still an entertaining team-up of DC's world's finest heroes. Of course, there's also been rumors that WB knew Justice League would fail. The studio and its DC division have had plenty of shake-ups in the past few years, and it's hard to separate fact from fiction, but at the end of the day, at least DC Films is still pushing forward with more adaptations.
Next week, Justice League will arrive on Digital HD before debuting on DVD and Blu-ray in early March. Although it won't bring with it the much-desired, near-complete Zack Snyder cut of Justice League, it will feature plenty of extras for those who purchase it. And in the meantime, Warner Bros. and DC haven't stopped promoting the movie with new content. Last month, WB released stunning Aquaman and Cyborg character posters, and now another batch has arrived.
While the film underperformed, Justice League helped boost WB's 4th quarter numbers. The home video release of the film will also likely do well, especially for any fans who dissuaded from seeing it in theaters due to bad press. Meanwhile, the DCEU is continuing along as planned. Aquaman arrives at the end of the year, and 2019 will see Shazam! and Wonder Woman 2 hit theaters. Warners Bros. recently released the synopsis for Shazam!, teasing a tonally different film that could win over new fans. And there are plans are still in place for Suicide Squad 2, Flashpoint, and a series of other DC films to eventually hit the big screen.
Outside of the movies, Warner Bros. debuted first look at their theme park with DC-themed rides that will open in Abu Dhaabi later this year. Visitors will get to experience attractions based around the Justice League, Green Lantern, Teen Titans, and more, giving DC fans a version of Islands of Adventures' Marvel land. Things may be rocky behind-the-scenes for the DCEU at the moment, but it's clear there's never been a better time to be a DC fan.
Justice League releases digitally February 13 and on Blu-ray March 13.
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