As Shazam! director David F. Sandberg outlined a release date for his blockbuster, J.K. Simmons explained that DC and Warner Brothers have two titles in the works.
The comic book aficionado has backed the label to branch out of their box and start new projects, as Martin Scorsese plots his next Joker move.
Despite Warner Brothers and DC landing Gavin O'Connor to direct the feature, the Blade Runner 2049 star doubts if he will be part of the sequel.
As Zack Snyder secures the full director's credit for the upcoming blockbuster, the Batman star spoke in glowing terms for the influence the former Marvel man had on production.
With his standalone title arriving in 2020, the 30-year old spoke in depth about the tortured superhero and what makes him unique in the DC world.
Despite the introduction of Marvel's Joss Whedon to oversee the project, the Batman actor argued that this blockbuster is still very much a product of Zack Snyder.
As Martin Scorsese prepares to create a spinoff Joker prequel, the studio admits that their property won't all tie into together.
While the actor did admit to pulling a few shenanigans on the DC set, he played down talk about any nefarious activity taking place.
The screenplay has been reported to be done and dusted, leaving the small matter of the director's chair to be filled.
Courtesy of an early test screen a couple of months before the official premiere, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
The director let slip that he has held conversations with Warner Brothers about the character, intimating that was wants to craft a Superman movie that feels like the original.
About to embark upon his own superhero installment with Nightwing, the director has come out in support of his employers.