James Gunn Debunks Wonder Woman Rumor, Clarifies DCU Slate


Though the future of the DC Universes is unknown, director and co-chairman James Gunn has gone to social media again to confirm some things.

In a recent reply to a fans tweet, Gunn debunked the ongoing rumor that Wonder Woman wouldn’t be featured in all the first three years of the new DCU. Gunn jokingly said he dunked the rumor as it was simply not true.

I hereby debunk him (only because it’s not true). pic.twitter.com/tlKSaqxsE7.

James Gunn (@JamesGunn) January 5, 2023.

In one of their tweets, Gunn was asked about recent rumors that Ezra Miller could continue playing the role of The Flash, after the continued focus of their efforts on rehabilitating themselves. Gunn also got asked about the reports that noted that the DCUs future slate will only include three years of projects.

Gunn did not speak much about Ezra Miller’s situation, instead saying he didn’t know what was said, but did reveal that the DCU slate is actually eight to 10 years and they would announce some of that this month.

I don’t know anything about Ezra, but our slate is 7-10 years (although we can only announcing some of these in the meantime).

James Gunn (@JamesGunn) January 5, 2023

While the development of the DCUs remains a mystery, Gunn recently announced that Henry Cavill would quit the role of Superman and that Gunn would write a new Supermanmovie. One thousand nixed cameos are now missing out fromThe FlashandWonder Woman 3. There are also reports that Jason Momoa won’t be Aquaman, and instead will be recast as a new DC character.

The next DC Universe release will beShazam! Fury of the Spirit which comes out March 17-22. The film is called The Flash, with the troubled Ezra Miller, Black Beetle, and the Lost Kingdom. The future arose from the moment Gunn and Safran decided their 10-year plan for the DC and their plans for the future would be uncertain.


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