J.J. Abrams could take over the Extended Universe of DC

copyrightJ.J. Abrams could take over the Extended Universe of DC

3 Movierulz:- First of all, it must be made clear that this is not an official confirmation. Now, it is also important to note that speculation does come from something that we know with certainty: that the renowned director J.J. Abrams is negotiating with WarnerMedia.

According to this possible agreement, his company (Bad Robot) would be installed within the conglomerate formed by AT & T and Warner Bros. The agreement would be close to closing for a figure of 500 million dollars. Next, we explain why it is speculated that you could take charge of the Extended Universe of DC.

From the outset, it so happens that Warner Bros. would have hinted that he is looking for an architect for that universe. And, after all, Abrams has a lot of experience in revitalizing brands.

The point is that, although two of the latest DC films have enjoyed much success (Aquaman and Shazam!), The feeling is that the brand does not enjoy such a cohesive union, as it does with Marvel and the MCU . Especially after the bad results obtained in the past with other films.

It is true that there are currently several projects in development, such as the Joker film, the restart of Suicide Squad or Wonder Woman 1984, but the feeling is that they do not all go towards the same goal. That way, if DC ends up incorporating Abrams, he would have a thinking head for his Extended Universe, just like Marvel Studios has with Kevin Feige and MCU.

Of course, he also adds numbers to the theory considering Abrams' past (with that canceled Superman: Flyby), or the money they are going to invest for him. And it is that 500 million are many, and it is complicated to think that they will be invested only to make a couple of movies. What do you think?


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