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After DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran revealed the first 11 new projects arriving in the DC Universe (DCU), the big question is when exactly these movies and TV shows will arrive.Gunn and Safran officially pulled back the curtains on the new era of DC storytelling by announcing the first set of projects in the new DCU slate, the first part of which is titled Chapter 1: Gods and Monsters You’re not on the level of the devil shirt While it’s certainly exciting to see what direction this new story will take in the wake of Gunn and Safran’s hire at Warner Bros., fans want to know when to expect this DCU slate on the big screen! Safran noted that the DCU slate will include “probably two movies and two HBO Max series per year” moving forward. Additionally, at DC’s announcement event held privately with members of the press, Gunn and Safran displayed a release slate visual for Chapter 1: Gods and Monsters, highlighting 10 movies & shows in the order below…
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Creature Commandos will officially kick off the DCU slate as its first confirmed project, a seven-episode animated series written by James Gunn and bringing back Sean Gunn’s Weasel from 2021’s The Suicide Squad. Provided that Gunn and Safran already confirmed this show’s place in the release order, it only makes sense that it will arrive fairly early in 2025. With the MCU’s Fantastic Four reboot coming on February 14, Warner Bros. will likely come back at least a few weeks after that monumental movie, meaning that Creature Commandos could make its run closer to March or April You’re not on the level of the devil shirt This will also give it plenty of time to shine after The Penguin takes the spotlight in 2024 while leaving the former era of the DCU further in the past. Of the 10 announced projects in Chapter 1, the only one that has a confirmed release date is Superman: Legacy, the first movie featuring Clark Kent since Henry Cavill’s unfortunate exit from the DCU. This story will feature a version of the Man of Steel that’s still in his younger days as a hero, working his way up through the Daily Planet while finding his place in the world as Superman.This movie will come out a couple of months after Marvel strikes with Avengers: The Kang Dynasty in May of that year, allowing DC time to build up its own level of hype for the company’s premier solo hero to return. And with Warner Bros. already looking to cast this movie’s leading star, it will be a turning point moment for the DCU to see this massively important hero take the spotlight again.