- Executive Meddling: Due to slow sales of Wonder Woman, most of the titles have been focused on Batman, Superman, and the Justice League.
- Network Redheaded Stepchild: Both Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face are the only family-friendly movies in the lineup, while the rest of them target teenagers and adults.
- What Could Have Been:
- Cancelled projects include a sequel to Wonder Woman, and an adaptation of Batgirl: Year One.
- An adaptation of Teen Titans: The Judas Contract was also originally reported at the start of the line, only to be shelved, but the Sequel Hook of Justice League vs. Teen Titans hinted that a Judas Contract adaptation, and it was later confirmed to be among the 2017 slate of movies.
- More animated films in the universe of the 1966 Batman show were planned; Batman vs. Two Face was originally going to end with that universe's version of Harley Quinn breaking Joker out of prison. But Adam West's passing changed all that.
- At the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill floated the idea that they could act in an Animated Adaptations of A Death in the Family and Batman: Hush. While films were made, Hush, being set in the DC Animated Movie Universe, had Jason O'Mara and Jason Spisak respectively as Batman and the Joker instead, and Death in the Family, being a follow-up to Batman: Under the Red Hood, saw the return of Bruce Greenwood and John DiMaggio in the respective roles.
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