Warner Bros. and DC Comics had a big day of announcements this past Sunday, confirming that Man of Steel and Batman Vs. Superman director Zack Snyder will next take the helm on Justice League and that it may be shot back-to-back with Batman Vs. Superman for a 2017 release.
Now, The Wall Street Journal is confirming that Warner Bros. and DC Comics have a total of 11 movies currently in development, with 9 unannounced titles besides Batman Vs. Superman and Justice League.
The report officially states:
Warner has now entrusted its core superheroes to Man of Steel director Zack Snyder, who will helm Batman Vs. Superman and then Justice League. It also has nine other movies based on DC comics in development.
A previous report from the Wall Street Journal stated that Warner Bros. is currently working on the DC titles Shazam!, 100 Bullets, Metal Men and Fables. This could be four of the nine. The same article claims that a standalone Wonder Woman movie is also in the works, with Gal Gadot signed to three movies, two of them already confirmed to be Justice League and her introductory appearance in Batman Vs. Superman.
That leaves four more films unaccounted for. Dwayne Johnson has been teasing a possible role in a DC Comics movie, which many people believe will be Lobo. There is also Sandman from Neil Gaiman that is being spearheaded by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. And there is also plenty of evidence that Dark Universe, otherwise known as Justice League Dark is moving forward with Guillermo del Toro.
It has not yet been confirmed which other 9 titles are officially moving forward. It's doubtful that members of Justice League will get their own standalone movies until the title becomes a proven success on the big screen. Those solo movies wouldn't be in development at this time.