First up, we have “Batman v Superman,” where we’ll see Superman answer for the damage he caused Metropolis. Ben Affleck will also be debuted as Batman, and he’s not a fan of the Man of Steel. It premieres March 25th.
Next, of course, is “Suicide Squad,” about a group of bad guys who team up against an even worse guy. See it in theaters on August 5th.
If you’re more into “Wonder Woman” than Harley Quinn, she gets her own movie in 2017. DC’s chief creative officer Geoff Johns described her as the “best fighter” in the DC Universe, which makes sense seeing as she was raised on an all-female island of powerful warriors. It hits the big screen on June 23, 2017.
We finally get “Justice League- Part 1” on November 17th, 2017. This one will feature multiple heroes in their first movie team-up.
“The Flash” starts the solo movie pattern that will come after “Justice League- Part 1.” Ezra Miller will play the fastest man alive. If you need some background, Barry Allen is a young scientist trying to solve his mother’s murder. While in the lab, he’s struck by lightning and becomes really, really, really fast. It premieres March 23, 2018.
If you still miss Khal Drogo from “Game of Thrones,” be sure to catch Jason Momoa on the big screen in “Aquaman.” He plays Arthur Curry (AKA Aquaman), and describes him as “half man, half god.” He can breathe underwater, talk to sea life and is really strong. “Aquaman” swims onscreen on July 27th, 2018.
Next up is “Shazam.” In the comics, Shazam is a teenager named Billy who is given powers by a dying wizard. When he shouts “Shazam!” he becomes a superhero. The film comes to theaters on April 5th, 2019.
PS, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will play Shazam’s rival, Black Adam.
The fully assembled team gets their movie premiere in “Justice League-Part II,” which premieres June 14th, 2019.
Ray Fisher will play Victor Stone, an athlete who has a horrible accident and as a result gains a cybernetic body in “Cyborg,” premiering April 3rd, 2020.
“Green Lantern Corps” will focus on the superhero and the galactic space order that gave him his magic ring. We don’t know who will play the part, but you can see it June 19th, 2020.
And finally, a solo Batman film is in the works. However, no release date has been set.
Don’t worry, you have plenty of time to save up for all the movie tickets you’re going to be buying.