The DCEU s pretty much dead at this point, 2013 s Man of Steel was probably the best Superman movie ever, the film was the start of the DCEU.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad and Justice League were huge box office bombs, especially Justice League.
Everybody knows Justice League was rushed to...
Nah that's captain marvel
Its made many much goood video.which are like that backwards because they re doing a origin story after Justice League which doesn t make sense. If DC would ve done what Marvel did, other superheroes of DC would ve gotten enough time to tell their stories, but DC just wanna to compete with Marvel for box office supremacy and it didn t work.
I ve never really been a big fan of the DCEU, I ve always preferred Marvel. But Wonder Woman was amazing and is easily my favourite DC film. Justice League is another favourite of mine despite its box office failure. I am also looking forward to Shazam, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman 2.
The DCEU (or Worlds of DC, as it's now known) has not have a great start, but Aquaman is just the movie to change all that. James Wan has impressed me with everything he's done so far, I think he'll knock it out of the park with Aquaman.
And then, Shazam and Wonder Woman 1984 will continue the winning streak for DC.
Maybe we will have to wait and see. It will determine whether they will cancel the DCEU after WW 2 and Shazam .
The DCEU is absolutely dead. WB and DC have already confirmed it.
Aquaman is the last of the dead age, but it won't resurrect anything.
1. it will be the best DC film since Noland's Batman trilogy
2. it will bomb in the box office
This question has a lot of hyperbole, exaggeration, and downright false info.
I'm not defending the poor critical response of the DCEU films, but the films were not box office bombs. BvS made $873 million while Suicide Squad made $746 million; both grosses are on par with other superhero films (Doctor Strange, $677 million; Deadpool, $783 million; Spider-Man: HC, $880 million).
With Justice League, it definitely under-performed ($657 million), though it did not reach the bomb levels of Fantastic Four ($167 million)
The Justice League did tease the Aquaman film, as there was a scene where Mera spoke to Arthur about becoming the king of Atlantis.
There are also the other DC films Shazam! and Wonder Woman 1984 coming out next year (both were in pre-production when Justice League was in theaters), regardless of the success or failure of the Aquaman film. Not to mention the Joker film, which is set in a separate continuity.
Every time I see or hear "resurrect the DC universe" I just laugh.
Aquaman isn't looking like an origin story. It looks to be following the path of Black Panther and Spiderman: Homecoming: taking the character back to their roots after introducing them in a big crossover film.
Wonder Woman was the best of the recent DC movies. It had a great beginning and solid plot. I felt the ending a bit weak and rushed compared to what it could have been with more time and better editing, but even with this slight flaw it was as good as the better of the Marvel movies.
An Aquaman movie could be good but will need to depend on plot and supporting cast to carry it. Momoa doesn't seem refined enough an actor to hold the entire show on his shoulders alone. He has the grittiness to do action, but might have to develop his range to become emotional connectable to a big screen audience. Many of the other characters in Justice League outshined him in their audience connection.