We now live in a post-Justice League world, and the divisive reception the big superhero team-up was met with is sure to have major ramifications for the franchise unofficially known as the DC Extended Universe going forward.
The messy mash-up of Zack Snyder's vision and Joss Whedon post-production did its level best to set up future films on its own terms, hinting at new Watchtower recruits and the formation of a rival team headed up by Lex Luthor, though critics, fans and box office takings are just as likely to shape the series' future.
Warner Bros has a number of films lined up for its cinematic universe, starting with an Aquaman solo movie next year. This will be followed by Shazam! and Wonder Woman 2 the following year, with Cyborg and Green Lantern Corps set to follow in 2020.
Then there are the undated projects stuck at the planning stage, such as Flashpoint, Matt Reeves's The Batman and Joss Whedon's Batgirl, and probably a few more that have been proposed but will never see the light of day.
One thing is for sure, Justice League has changed everything, and the way it has fared will be reflected in Warner's next crop of DC films...