As you know if you’ve been paying even a modicum of attention to the cinematic landscape in recent days, superhero films are big, big business. Comic book giant Marvel is expanding their already rather large cinematic universe, and their chief funny book competitor, DC, is ramping up one of their own. Kicking off in earnest with next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, DC is pushing for a ton of movies over the next few years.

According to Variety, Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Warner, spent some time during the corporation’s annual meeting in Atlanta recently showing off promos for a few of Warner Bros.’ upcoming films, including Dawn of Justice. Talking up the rampant fan anticipation surrounding that film, he reconfirmed that the studio has plans to release ten movies based on DC comics over the next few years.

This isn’t really news to fans, as they made their intentions clear last fall when they announced their schedule of superhero films that will hit theaters between Dawn of Justice and the year 2020. What it does is confirm how much focus, company wide, not just in the movie arm, is on these products. It certainly appears that the impending DC Cinematic Universe has the full backing of the Time Warner machine.

They have laid out a seriously ambitious plan moving into the next few years. Check out the titles and when they're expected to hit theaters ahead...

Batman V Superman - March 25, 2016

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