In an effort to flesh out their established heroes backstories, future DCEU movies will include flashbacks, but also flashforwards to the future.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins gives her sign of approval on Warner Bros.' hiring of Matt Reeves to take over The Batman.
The Batman director Matt Reeves has reportedly been given complete creative control over the DCEU's solo Dark Knight effort.
With the announcement that a Nightwing solo film is in the works at Warner Bros., we examine how it needs to differ from The Batman.
After all the controversy, rumors, and speculation, Ben Affleck welcomes the newest director of The Batman, Matt Reeves, into the family.
The search for a new director for The Batman is over, with Ben Affleck replaced by Matt Reeves - who's more than up to the task.
With Matt Reeves now attached as director, Warner Bros. also confirms both the title The Batman and Ben Affleck's involvement with the DCEU movie.
Though he was considered the frontrunner to replace Ben Affleck as the director of The Batman, talks with Matt Reeves have reportedly broken down.
With all the delays and directors quitting, it's hard to keep track of what DC movies will release next year. The final calendar may surprise you.
A new rumor suggests Matt Reeves' potential deal to helm The Batman may be extended to have the director work on additional films in the DCEU.
If Ben Affleck sticks with the DC Extended Universe, his Batman could become the poster boy that the mega-franchise needs.
It may only be rumors claiming Ben Affleck is done playing The Batman, but we have to ask - could fans really blame him?
Ben Affleck is no longer directing The Batman and if he reportedly had it his way, he wouldn't appear in the film either.