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DC Films is a division of Warner Bros. that oversees the production of films based on intellectual property owned by DC Entertainment. The current President of DC Films is Walter Hamada. DC Films has produced every DC Extended Universe film since Suicide Squad (2016).

History

"The answer is always more." ―Max Lord, Wonder Woman 1984
"The answer is always more." ―Max Lord, Wonder Woman 1984
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DC Films previously existed as a production banner within Warner Bros., but was reorganized to be a formal division after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice underperformed at the box office and garnered negative reception from audiences and critics alike.[1] The division was created under Warner Bros. executive vice president Jon Berg and DC Comics chief content officer Geoff Johns. This was done at the time to compete more directly with it's popular rival, the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Due to the underperformance and negative reception of Justice League, both critically and commercially, Warner Bros. announced a new strategy and organization of DC Films would occur, with Geoff Johns and Jon Berg stepping down as co-chairmen of DC Films and co-runners of DC Extended Universe.[2][3]

In January 2018, it was announced that Warner Bros. executive Walter Hamada will be the new president of DC Films, and will oversee all future DCEU projects.[4] In February 2018, Chantal Nong Vo was announced to be the vice president of production for DC Films.[5]

Films

Released

Future

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