It appears as though the reshoots for the DCEU blockbuster have had one high profile casualty, seeing Jessie Eisenberg cut from the 2017 installment altogether.
With a new actor set to take on the part from Suicide Squad star Jared Leto, the Taxi Driver director will link up next to Scott Silver and Todd Philips for the installment.
Should one viewer's account of San Diego Comic-Con be true, then the upcoming ensemble blockbuster will turn the DCEU on its head.
The actress is clearly not concerned about a conflict of interest with her ongoing role in the MCU and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Joss Whedon's introduction to the blockbuster will have serious ramifications to the screenplay, rewriting the ending that Zack Snyder had in store.
Despite a forced change of director midway through production, the action star has given the studio the tick of approval to argue their franchise fortunes are on the rise.
A new report has emerged to suggest that Gal Gadot's heroine will be fronting up for Ezra Miller's standalone DC debut.
As a new report surfaced to suggest that the actor would be locked down in the role for the next three installments, the theory has been categorically quashed.
The 40-year old has teased DC fans with the possibility that he might be out of Matt Reeves' new project, failing to commit to the title that has drastically changed course.
The 2017 smash hit from Patty Jenkins has officially scored a sequel as the follow up title earmarks 2019, while one filmmaker considers walking from the DCEU altogether.
Admitting that the acting-directing duties would be stretching his talents, the 44-year old played down news that he would be phased out of the franchise.
Jared Leto and Margot Robbie might have been passionate lovers in Suicide Squad, but the pair are set to go head-to-head later in the DCEU