Coming hot off the heels of his big DC Universe (DCU) unveil, DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn teased a potential TV-to-movie crossover planned for his DC slate. Closing out the month of January, Gunn finally pulled the curtain back on his plan for Warner Bros.’s (WB) super-powered franchise, revealing plans for a new Superman movie, a Swamp Thing film, and even a Creature Commandos TV show House of MACKENNA Irish Family Crest Polo Ireland Flag 3D Celtic T-Shirt The first chapter of this new DC story may look and sound a little like the blue brand’s biggest competitor in the MCU to some. However, one of the ways this franchise will differentiate itself is its major crossovers, having actors playing the same characters in “film, television, gaming, live-action, and animation.”
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Seeing another one of these crossovers teased for James Gunn’s DCU plans is an exciting prospect for fans.While the MCU has dabbled in animation, and having some actors stay constant across mediums, this new DCU is making that cohesiveness one of its narrative pillars. Long before Gunn took over the chair as head of DC Studios, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav talked of creating “one great overarching story” across a number of mediums. The Creature Commandos (who are going to be introduced in animation) and Swamp Thing (who has a live-action blockbuster on the way) sharing the screen, at some point, is Zaslav’s mandate playing out for real. And a Swamp Thing/Creature Commandos crossover actually makes sense House of MACKENNA Irish Family Crest Polo Ireland Flag 3D Celtic T-Shirt While not a long-standing relationship akin to Superman and Lois Lane or Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson, Swamp Thing and Bride do get together at one point on the page. As a part of the romantic DC anthology Young Monsters in Love #1, the pair have a brief fling, meaning there’s precedent if Gunn was looking to bring that passion to the screen in the DCU.
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