At this point, we've come to accept that Warner Bros.' DC Extended Universe will never rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and that's hard to get over, especially when it has so much potential. After Justice League flopped, the studio went back to the drawing board, and what was once a promising shared world is now made up of standalone features, continuity errors, and a lack of cohesiveness.
We don't want to continue comparing DC to Marvel, but it's hard not to, especially when you look at the latter's Phase 4 slate (which encompasses both film and television). Despite a great deal of secrecy, they have a plan in place, whereas Warner Bros. continues throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks.
However, we do have a list of DC Comics adaptations coming our way over the next few years, and that gives us a good idea of what to expect from the DCEU moving forward. It also allows us to delve into some of the mistakes the studio has made, and it's those we're going to be taking a look at today.
From poor decision-making to a lack of direction and one movie that's shaping up to be a disaster, we think you'll be surprised by just how many errors Warner Bros. has already made with the DCEU...