Talking about J.K. Rowling's new deal with Warner Bros. to script more movies set in the Harry Potter universe at an entertainment law conference earlier today, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has also offered an update of sorts about their plans for DC properties. Talking about future franchises, he apparently said that they have, "huge plans for a number of other DC properties on TV." It's interesting that only the small screen is mentioned here, but that could explain why the past few weeks have seen us learn of television shows featuring The Flash, a young Jim Gordon and John Constantine rather than any movie news. However, one very specific hint dropped by Tsujihara was that Warner Bros., "need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV." If the CEO recognises the need to bring this certain character to life in live action, it's clear that they are at least seriously discussing a Wonder Woman TV show or movie. However, there does seem to be a clear focus on the small screen as of right now, so does that mean we can expect the next few years to be nothing other than Batman and Superman? What do you guys think?
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