Both Marvel/Disney and DC/Warner Bros. have released their release schedule for a whole slew of comic book/superhero movies up until 2020, which by then we'll be ruled by giant alien robots.
I've astrally projected my mind into the future and I have brought back my predictions (10000% guaranteed) to tell you what the future holds:
DC COMICS/WARNER BROTHERS SCHEDULE:
March 25, 2016 – Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice
Hoping to bring some of Batman's cool-factor with Superman's penchant for mega-spectacle, and open doors for other characters, and ultimately a Justice League movie franchise.
It makes a shit-ton of money, but so much was spent making and promoting it, it will fail to turn a profit.
The first release date for the Wonder Woman movie, which will be cancelled because the studio can't bring themselves to pull the trigger on a female led superhero franchise.
Replaced by a Green Lantern reboot which is a shot-for-shot remake of the failed Green Lantern movie, but this time Ryan Reynolds is replaced by Russell Brand.
June 23, 2017 – Untitled DC Film
AQUAMAN! - starring Jonah Hill.
Flops, because no one really likes Aquaman.
November 17, 2017 – Untitled DC Film
Second cancelled attempt at a Wonder Woman movie. Replaced by a movie about LOBO, starring Mark Wahlberg, a character who was big in the 1990s, but no one gives a shit about anymore.
March 23, 2018 – Untitled DC Film
But Dwayne Johnson was too expensive, and was replaced by Seth Rogen, with Justin Bieber as Billy Batson, who by this time is working for dime-bags of pot.
This movie will be even more egregious in the product placement because they think that's what people want, not realizing that audiences flocked to it because it was a family friendly all-encompassing parody movie.
July 27, 2018 – Untitled DC Film
3rd cancelled Wonder Woman release date.
Replaced with a Lobo reboot, this time starring Zac Efron.
November 16, 2018 – Untitled WB Event Film
Big money Justice League movie, but in the interim everyone introduced in the previous movies has been fired and replaced with cheaper actors.
April 5, 2019 – Untitled DC Film
Supposed to be Aquaman 2, but that flopped, so it was given to finally releasing a Wonder Woman movie, but then cancelled again.
Replaced by a Shazam reboot, this time starring Leonard DiCaprio as Shazam, directed by Martin Scorsese.
May 24, 2019 – Untitled Lego film
Reeling from the negative reaction to the all-product placement Lego movie this film is cancelled and replaced by a movie based on Oreo cookies.
It too flops.
June 14, 2019 – Untitled DC Film
Batman reboot starring Matt Damon.
April 3, 2020 – Untitled DC Film
Superman reboot starring Will Smith, who has recently ballooned to 300 lbs and refuses to lose weight.
June 19, 2020 – Untitled DC Film
Batman reboot starring Tobey Maguire. It replaces the cancelled Wonder Woman movie, this time starring Miley Cyrus. Film was cancelled in pre-production when Cyrus gets her flapping lizard tongue caught on a passing car that drags her all the way to Mexico.
November 20, 2020 – Untitled WB Event Film
Justice League reboot with a $500 million budget, an all black, all female cast, and all references to superpowers and super-villains replaced by discussions of relationships or long montage sequences about shopping. Naturally fans are baffled by a film marketed as a superhero movie turn out to be an unsanctioned remake of the first Sex & The City movie, causing Time-Warner CEO Jeff Zucker to go ballistic and threaten to sue everyone who doesn't buy a ticket to the movie.
No one buys a ticket.
Its failure is used as an excuse by Warner Bros. management to eliminate all female led films or ethnic diversity from its production slate.
MARCH 14, 2021 - Warner Bros. Purchased by News Corp.
After a string of expensive flops, an expensive lawsuit from Sex & The City's creator over the Justice League reboot, and Jeff Zucker's investing of all the corporation's assets into an all Rosie O'Donnell themed national daily newspaper, the whole Time Warner Empire, DC Comics included, goes bankrupt, and is purchased with the change in cyborg-Rupert Murdoch's couch cushions.
That's what's going to happen.
What do you think will happen?