Warner Bros. has been adjusting its DC Extended Universe film release schedule, and it looks like the studio has two new premiere dates for its burgeoning superhero franchise.
According to a report by The Wrap, a pair of untitled DC films has been set for February 14 and June 5, 2020. This extends the DCEU calendar which stopped at James Wan's Aquaman set for release on December of 2018.
Warner Bros. hasn't named the films yet, but the studio could be reserving the premiere dates for Matt Reeve's The Batman or the sequel to Patty Jenkin's Wonder Woman or the first ever Flash solo movie. After all, The Flash was meant to premiere in 2018 right along with Jason Mamoa's first solo film, but because of a few production shake ups it's been pushed back. While its more than likely that the studio will be releasing Wonder Woman 2 much earlier given the success of Gal Gadot's first solo superhero film, it's also possible that Warner Bros. is thinking of a more feasible time frame for the sequel.
The next DCEU movie scheduled for release this year is Justice League and the movie hits cinemas November 17, 2017.