Since Zack Snyder rebooted Superman with Henry Cavill in 2013, fans have been expecting Man of Steel 2 announcements. The debut movie was a success among the audience as well as critics. Unfortunately, fans were disappointed when DCEU decided to release “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” instead of the sequel.
Fans were more aggravated when DCEU killed the Man of Steel during his battle against Doomsday in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” However, the movie gave fans hope when the ending reveals his revival for the next DCEU title.
Currently, Henry Cavill is busy filming “Justice League,” but it looks like the actor is busy with other projects as well.
Earlier in August, it was revealed that “Man of Steel 2” was an active project under Warner Bros. Moreover, a report from Digital Spy confirmed the sequel news from Henry Cavill’s manager Dany Garcia. He said, “He’s [Henry Cavill] filming [Justice League] now, he’s in development for the Superman standalone… he’s beginning to expand that world.”
Fans have been primarily expecting news on movies like “Justice League” and “The Batman” from Warner Bros. But it looks the studio has other plans as a new source suggests WB will be releasing two new titles in 2019 and 2020.
According to a tweet from Exhibitor Relations, “UNTITLED WB EVENT FILMS” have been “set for 9/27/19 and 2/7/20.” Fans can check it out below.
Fans on Twitter have been discussing whether the two untitled films are DCEU titles. Moreover, Redditors believe one of the dates could be for “Man of Steel 2.”
Unfortunately, these untitled WB projects wouldn’t likely be DCEU movies. However, the possibility still exists. Fans interested can be part of Reddit discussion here.
Stop the presses! UNTITLED WB EVENT FILMS are now set for 9/27/19 and 2/7/20.
— Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) October 12, 2016
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