"Justice League" was a letdown after Warner turned out a hit in June with "Wonder Woman", which generated $822 million worldwide, with about half coming from the USA and Canada.
The first step in the so-called "shake-up" regards Jon Berg, who now heads up the production division of the DC Extended Universe.
Johns will remain chief creative officer for DC, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing private information. Pictures, will leave his post at the studio to become a producer with filmmaker Roy Lee, who has produced successful movies for the studio including "It" and "The Lego Movie". Warner Bros.is on the hunt to replace Berg and is expected to tap someone new to run point on the DC Films sector to aid Johns in his work.
It sounds like Warner Bros. may need a whole separate disc containing Deleted Scenes when it comes to the Bonus Material that could be included in the Blu-ray release of the "Justice League" movie.
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Forest Service, which was fighting the blaze in a unified command with the Los Angeles city and county fire departments. The Pomona Fairplex and the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds in Lancaster also opened stables for evacuated animals.
"This is something that Jon approached me about six months ago, and he expressed his goal was to ultimately be a producer at the studio", Emmerich said in a statement.
Emmerich is said to be considering folding the DC Films venture back into the main Warner Bros. film wing, and not with its own division. It's likely that we won't see Snyder under the DC Films banner again after Wonder Woman 2 wraps. Justice League had a reported $300 million budget, including the reshoots that were helmed by Joss Whedon.
While "Justice League" is the lowest-grossing DCEU (DC Extended Universe) movie at the US box-office, the same thing can not be said about it in China as it is now officially the highest-grossing DC movie ever released in the said country. The studio was concerned that each subsequent film was making less money than its predecessor, and they'd noticed that the Man of Steel director was persisting with an overtly dark tone. Flashpoint is also reportedly moving forward, although a director still hasn't been named for the Flash movie.
It's also said that Warner Bros. The studio is "still developing a standalone Flash feature".