Monday, March 20, 2017
Last week, Variety film reporter Justin Kroll tweeted that Warner Brothers is willing to be patient while developing scripts for DC movies.
Generally speaking, that's good news. Bad scripts make bad movies. However, if you read between the lines there, you might notice a particular DC property that is not being considered as a possibility for development in the near future.
A.) Aquaman is the only DC property currently scheduled for filming,
B.) WB isn't releasing Aquaman until December 21, 2018 (at he earliest),
C.) based on past history, WB is unlikely to release more than 2 DC movies in a given year,
D.) WB has already prioritized the six properties most likely to follow.
We can draw this conclusion: the soonest we're likely to see a Booster Gold movie is 2022, and maybe not until much later. There's still talk of Cyborg, Shazam, Deadhsot, and Nightwing movies, not to mention a Justice League sequel. Are we eight years away from Booster Gold: The Movie?
In any event, later's better than never. At least by that time Booster's sure to have reappeared in the DCU again, right?
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