Producer Charles Roven On DC Films And Its Future

Producer Charles Roven was recently interviewed by The Hollywood Reporter, and in the interview he talked about his affiliation with DC Films, he is future involvement, and more on what to expect from DC films.

It has been recently talked about how Roven may not be staying on with DC driven properties at least not to the capacity he was originally attached for. "The studio made me the producer of all the DC movies, and they announced eight," Roven explained. "When we finished the [timetable], we looked at each other and said, "This is incredibly ambitious, but we haven't taken into consideration if something goes wrong." We also hadn't decided where we were going to shoot those movies. As difficult as it was for me to commute from Toronto to London to Italy, it became really clear I couldn't do the job that I do as a producer [with Aquaman likely to shoot in Australia]. I'm for sure producing the sequels of the movies that I have made."

Moving on from talking about his connection with DC Films he was then asked about the immediate future and what to expect from next year's DC films. "'Wonder Woman' is an origination story, so the whole dynamic and the plot moves are different than other DC movies," Roven said. "There's also a great relationship between her and the guy [played by Chris Pine] who crash-lands on her island and is the trigger mechanism for her going back to man's world."

But what of Justice League well Roven replied, "We knew we were making a very serious, compelling, driving film with Batman v. Superman. Now the bell has been rung and the whole tone of the movie is lighter."

Lastly on DC Films, Roven talked a bit about the financial end of the films that have come out this year. "Suicide Squad made almost $750 million," Roven said. "Batman v. Superman did $873 million. Those two movies were huge hits."

Source: THR

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