Warner Brothers have left a number of titles conspicuously off their list of upcoming features, including a Man of Steel sequel, Black Adam, Deathstroke and others.
A major DCEU shake-up has already taken place with the Mad Men star vying for the Caped Crusader against Jake Gyllenhaal.
Green Lantern, Zeus, Ares and Iris West were all said to feature in the Zack Snyder blockbuster until Warner Brothers forced a 120-minute time constraint.
Christopher Nolan and James Mangold revealed how their respective DC and Marvel films broke the mold to avoid the pitfalls of the genre.
While the all-female ensemble Gotham City Sirens still remains in the pipeline, the Australian has opened up on a concept she has worked away on furiously behind the scenes.
The Justice League final post-credit scene featuring Lex Luthor and Deathstroke is just the beginning as the evil gang joins forces.
Think you have what it takes to be a superhero on the streets of Gotham? Good news is you can now test yourself against the rest with the part of Dick Grayson still vacant.
With another disruptive DCEU title leaving filmmakers scrambling, the former Marvel man has come out to say that he is still sticking to the plan with his heroine feature.
Despite a tough critical and commercial fallout for Justice League, the Englishman is bullish about his immediate future as the Man of Steel in the DCEU.
Keen to get to work with the likes of Billy Crudup and Kiersey Clemons, the young star explains that the DC project has never been in a better state than right now.
Filmmaker Charles Roven has indicated that he would like to see the character from CW's Supergirl score his own feature in the superhero franchise.
With Ben Affleck looking to make his DC exit gracefully, the Nightcrawler star is said to headline the director's wish list to replace him.