Cancellations and calendar shifts in the DC Extended Universe are a sign of concern for fans, and there have been speculations about several other DC projects following the sudden and surprising end of the Batgirl movie.
Various reasons have been cited for the cancellation, including tax-related issues and just the fact that the project didn’t align with the company’s vision.
However, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav does not seem concerned at all and is in fact looking forward to the future of the DC Universe, while trying to “protect” the brand.During the conglomerate’s Q2 earnings call (via comicbook.com), Zaslav spoke about the DC Universe, and how he plans to expand it in the coming decade. “We have done a reset.
We've restructured the business. There will be a team with a 10-year plan focusing just on DC,” he announced. His strategy is quite different from the one used during former WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar’s era, and his main focus is on theatrical releases in the future.Read more on gamerant.com