Warner Bros is changing things up once again for DC films, after Justice League failed to hit the mark. This will be the second mix up in the past two years.

It was revealed in December that Jon Berg and Geoff Johns were being replaced as the heads of the DC Entertainment films division. Producer Walter Hamada, who worked on It, The Conjuring and Annabelle, is stepping in to helm the studio. It was first reported by Variety and comes after Justice League failed to meet critical or box office predictions.

Many put the film’s failure down to the extensive last minute reshoots with Joss Whedon.

Many, including Ben Affleck, have concerns over what lies in store for DC movies. The last few attempts have been less than impressive, with Wonder Woman being the diamond in the rough. Suicide Squad, Batman v Superman and Man of Steel were all critical blunders, with many calling them either boring, confusing or just plain stale.

Commercially, the films have seen relative success, with that success falling since Batman v Superman. The most any movie made in the franchise was BvS at $855m.

Many movies have been announced for the studio, with things like Wonder Woman 2, Suicide Squad 2, Black Adam, Aquaman and many more. These films hinge on the others success. Aquaman is on its way in 2018, which could be good.

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There is still confusion as to what’s happening with the standalone Batman movie. Ben Affleck is unsure if he even wants the role anymore. Along with this, several spin-off movies have been talked about, including Harley Quinn and the Joker.

Like most of the franchise, it’s all up in the air. However Warner Bros President and Chief Content Officer Toby Emmerich said:

‘I’m confident Walter and Geoff, working with our filmmaking partners, will deliver films that will resonate with both broad global audiences as well as DC fanboys and fangirls.’

We hope he’s right.