The future of the DCEU is once again in limbo, with David Zaslav — president and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery — promising the studio is pivoting to a 10-year plan, but what that entails is unclear.
Envisioned as a rival to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the DCEU has struggled since its inception. It's been subject to numerous course-corrections, and conflict between directors and the studio has damaged many films in the eyes of critics and viewers alike.
The DCEU appears to be undergoing another reboot, and it's already off to a controversial start after the abrupt and disappointing cancelation of Batgirl.
According to Variety, the film was "neither big enough to feel worthy of a major theatrical release nor small enough to make economic sense in an increasingly cutthroat streaming landscape." In the aftermath of this announcement, Warner Bros.Read more on screenrant.com