All of the sequels to Justice League: War are demos for solo films.The producer of Justice League Dark recently stated in an interview that if the movie was well-received, it would get a sequel. Justice League vs. Teen Titans is getting a sequel: Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (note that it doesn't have Justice League in the title). Justice League: Throne of Atlantis might have led to an Aquaman solo movie if it was better received/a more faithful adaptation. It looks like the sequels to Justice League: War are all character showcases for heroes outside of the War lineup, with WB Animation's intention being to start new subseries of animated films starring the more successful ones. Also, the War continuity favours New 52 source material (but isn't limited to it) so the characters likely to get movies are the characters who had well-received stories in the comics after Flashpoint.
- Teen Titans is the big success story here, with two films and possibly a third. Justice League Dark is getting a sequel too.
Possible future films in the War continuity:Building on the above theory:
- Superman Unchained is probably the most popular Superman story to come out of the New 52 era.
- Alternatively, something based on a Superman story from DC Rebirth.
- Something based on Brian Azzarello's Wonder Woman run. Yes, Wonder Woman is part of the War lineup, but there hasn't been an animated Wonder Woman movie since 2009.
- Alternatively, something based on the current Rebirth Wonder Woman series.
- We'll see if Bloodlines draws from either.
- Bloodlines is very loosely based on some Rebirth stories and some 2000s ones, so confirmed.
- A solo Aquaman movie is still possible.
- A Jonah Hex movie based on Gray and Palmiotti's All-Star Western.
- A Cyborg movie.
- A Green Arrow movie based on either Jeff Lemire's run or the current Rebirth series.
- A FAITHFUL adaptation of something from Grant Morrison's Batman or Scott Snyder's Batman.
- A Blue Beetle movie
- A Big Barda/Mister Miracle movie.
- A Legion of Superheroes movie.
- Another Flash movie (based on the Rebirth series, maybe?)
- A Starfire movie, where she returns to Tamaranea to overthrow Blackfire.
- Almost all of the above are Jossed now that Apokalips War has concluded this continuity.
Possible future standalone films:
- A faithful Sinestro Corps War adaptation.
- A faithful adaptation of Superman: Red Son.
- A faithful adapatation of Legends (the 1980s event comic miniseries.)
- A faithful adaptation of Batgirl: Year One.
- A Sgt Rock/Easy Company movie.
- A faithful adaptation of Kingdom Come. This one could be CGI to emulate the photorealism of Alex Ross's art.
- They say they don't have the budget for this.
- A Hawkman movie. Presumably Katar and Shayera Hol. Either based on their first arrival on Earth to capture Byth or a loose adaptation of JSA: The Return of Hawkman.
- A Black Canary/Zatanna movie.
- A faithful adaptation of Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?.
- An adaptation to Underworld Unleashed.
- They did All-Star Superman why not an adaption of All-Star Batman & Robin, the Boy Wonder. It would be amazing to hear Kevin Conroy say "What, are you dense? Are you retarded or something? Who the hell do you think I am? I'm the Goddamn Batman."
- A Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe movie. Like Batman vs. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, they'll share the same universe, which would include some Adaptation Origin Connections. It'll be rated R, as it would have the violent gory actions on the MK side which was toned down in the game.
- A Green Lantern/Green Arrow film, loosely based on the comics of the same name. It would revolve around Oliver Queen and Hal Jordan teaming up and taking on an assortment of their villains (such as , and also reacting to the arrival of John Stewart as a new Green Lantern. It'll also be a more politically minded film, featuring an adaptation of the famous scene where an old black man questions Hal if he's done anything for black people, not ignoring Oliver's liberal beliefs and how they may motivate him as Green Arrow, and heavily featuring civilians suffering from systemic racism, discrimination, and police brutality.
- An adaptation of The Great Darkness Saga.
- An adaptation of The Nail called Justice League: The Nail.
There should be a crossover film between the modern Batman and Batman '66Probably in time for the 80th anniversary of Batman in 2019. The DCAOM Batman (voiced by either Jason O'Mara, or better yet, Kevin Conroy) teams up with the '66 Batman (voiced by Adam West of course!) in a "Batman of Two Worlds" story that honors both the 'Dark Knight' and 'Caped Crusader' interpretations of the character. The story could begin with some villain who the modern Batman chases into the '66 world, where he teams up with '66 Batman. And the second half could be '66 Batman making his way into modern Batman's world. Among the fun moments of this film would be modern Batman meeting '66 versions of Robin and Batgirl (and being either amused or exasperated at the sheer incompetent buffoonery of '66 Gordon and Chief O'Hara); while '66 Batman meets Nightwing and Damian Wayne. Expect TONS of in-jokes and meta-comments about the divisiveness between fans of the Silver Age and fans of darker 'grim and gritty' Modern Age superhero stories.
- The death of Adam West has made this impossible.
The continuity established by Justice League: War will be discontinued and the DCUAOM line will go back to releasing three standalone films a year.Evidence:
- 1. Gotham by Gaslight (hardly something that can be set in the War-verse) is set to be next year's first release.
- 2. The purpose of the War-verse was to promote the New 52. That era is over thanks to Rebirth.
- Considering the fact that the War-Verse has gone in it's own direction since Justice League Vs Teen Titans that seems unlikely
- Plus Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is going to be in the same continuity.
- There's nothing saying they couldn't start adapting some rebirth arcs.
- 3. With the DCEU ramping up, Warner Bros. may want to avoid creating competition for itself by maintaining another ongoing shared film universe.
- They managed to release the Dark Knight Returns around the same time as the Dark Knight Rises without any conflict.
- That would only be an issue if Warner Bros. had the same exact team working on both the DCEU and the DCAMU.
- Jossed; The Death of Superman is set in the war-verse, as is its sequel.
- The promotional featurette for Justice League Dark: Apokalips War does seem to say this happening, though.
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will be delayed to 2020.The same thing happened with Justice League Dark (which was planned for late 2016 but delayed to early 2017) and the DCEU's Wonder Woman 1984 (which Bloodlines was meant to cash in on).
These solo films take place in the same universe.