While you can read all about Justice League with our extensive set visit coverage, today we’re also getting a first look at some promotional logos for the DC Extended Universe films to come. Collider’s own Steve Weintraub is on the floor at the Licensing Expo 2016 in Las Vegas, where some of the biggest films on the horizon show off some of their wares. Warner Bros. has a big set up for its interconnected series of DC Films, and included are logos for The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, Green Lantern Corps., and even a teaser image for the Ben Affleck-directed standalone Batman movie.
As for where everything stands, next year will see the release of Wonder Woman in June followed by Justice League in November, then 2018 gives us The Flash and Aquaman. Seth Grahame-Smith was originally set to direct The Flash, starring Ezra Miller, but he was recently replaced with Dope director Rick Famuyiwa. We don’t know much about the film other than the fact that it will be a team-up movie of sorts between Miller’s Flash and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg, both of whom star in Justice League. The Flash hits theaters on March 16, 2018.
As for Aquaman, the sea-set DC Comics adaptation will star Jason Momoa as the titular superhero alongside Amber Heard as Mera. The Conjuring and Furious 7 director James Wan is at the helm, and the film is slated for release on July 27, 2018.
Cyborg and Green Lantern Corps. are further off, with Warner Bros. having staked out 2020 release dates for both, but no director or writer is yet attached. And as for Batman, Affleck is working hard on the script with Geoff Johns but won’t be moving forward until he’s 100% confident in the screenplay—although we should expect that film sooner rather than later.
Check out the logos below, although keep in mind these are promotional logos and are subject to change.
And for all of our Justice League set visit coverage, peruse the links below:
- ‘Justice League’: Over 60 Things to Know About the ‘Batman v Superman’ Follow-Up
- ‘Justice League’ Set Visit Video Recap: Here’s What We Learned
- ‘Justice League’: Zack Snyder and Ben Affleck on Lighter Tone, Differences from ‘Batman v Superman’
- Ben Affleck Gives Update on His Solo ‘Batman’ Movie
- Official ‘Justice League’ Synopsis and Logo Revealed, Plus New Batmobile