As DC hopes to proceed with the hot streak it’s on with Aquaman and Joker, it appears to be another Superman might be in progress as Michael B. Jordan has met with Warner Bros. about the job.
The studio experienced a difficult time when Justice League and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice were met with not exactly sparkling surveys, yet it discovered its redeeming quality in Jason Momoa a year ago when Aquaman rounded up $1 billion in the movies.
Joaquin Phoenix helped stay with the in fans’ great books as Joker too broke the $1 billion imprint, turning into the main R-appraised motion picture ever to do as such.
The mainstream films were the principal DC preparations to come to the $1 billion benchmark since Christopher Nolan closed his Batman set of three with 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises, and the victories provoked Shawn Robbins, boss expert at BoxOffice.com, to portray DC as being ‘on the rise’, Variety reports.
They had a rough period, yet they’re beginning to discover their balance.
As the organization looks forward to its up and coming activities, there’s one character whose cape has been trapped in limbo: Superman.
The character has been rebooted twice over the most recent 13 years, once with Brandon Routh in Superman Returns and later with Henry Cavill in Man of Steel, yet DC and parent studio Warner Bros. are yet to choose their ideal equation.
Insiders refered to by Variety speculate another Superman movie is probably not going to hit screens before 2023 on the grounds that it’s seriously missing a significant number of the fundamental components expected to make a movie – like a star, a content and a chief.
Nonetheless, Warner Bros. is unquestionably during the time spent attempting to unravel at any rate one of those issues, as not long ago the organization met with Michael B. Jordan about the character.