Following Thursday’s report that Wonder Woman 3 doesn’t move forward in its current form, James Gunn took to Twitter as CEO and co-director of DC Studios to clarify. That project was canceled, along with a host of other potential DC movie updates that were first reported by hollywood reporter. Gunn, for his part, was Twitterwrote that some of it “is true, some is half-true, some is untrue, and some of which we have yet to decide whether it is true or not.”
Confused? Gunn explains more about Twitter that after he and producer Peter Safran chose to take the helm of Warner Bros.’s Discovery division. in October, they “elected to lead DC Studios knowing we were entering a difficult environment, both in the stories being told and in the audiences themselves.” Gunn continued that both executives are aware that “there will be an inevitable transition period as we move to tell a cohesive story between film, TV, animation and games… But ultimately, the limitations of the period. that transition has been dwarfed by creativity and the opportunity to build on what has worked in DC so far and help fix what hasn’t worked.”
Therefore. As for yesterday’s story in the Hollywood Reporter, some are true, some are half-true, some are untrue, and some we have yet to decide if it is true or not. .
– James Gunn (@JamesGunn) December 8, 2022
Closing the topic – and continuing the long tradition that Gunn has had of interacting directly with fans about their questions about the film and his business as a storyteller – direct The actor/executive said he knows he and Safran “won’t go out of their way to make people happy every step of the way, but we can promise that everything we do is in the service of the story and serve the DC characters we know you love and we’ve cherished our entire lives.”
Beyond that, Gunn added, all other questions about the future of the DC Universe will have to wait. Gunn explained that they are still looking into the matter internally. Gunn and Safran, Theo Diversityare expected to present their comprehensive plan for the DCU to the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, David Zaslav, sometime next week.
So which statements are true and which ones are not? That is the question we all have left to find out for ourselves now. Ultimately, however, Gunn and Safran’s plans for the DC movie and TV universe will come into focus.
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