DC fans will have to wait a little bit longer after Warner Bros. announced new dates for several films.

One of them is the Jason Momoa-starrer “Aquaman 2 (or Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” which was pushed back from Dec. 16, 2022 to Mar. 17, 2023, Variety reported.

Also, “The Flash” starring Ezra Miller, has been given a new release date. Instead of the original Nov. 2, 2022 release, the big film release of the Scarlett Speedster has been moved to June 23, 2023.

These were among the films that saw a change in release dates. Aside from “Aquaman 2” and “The Flash,” also pushed back were other flicks such as “Black Adam” starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, “Shazam! Fury of the Gods and “DC League of Super-Pets.”

As far as “Aquaman 2” is concerned, this means that folks who were looking forward to the sequel reuniting Momoa with co-stars Amber Heard, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Kidman and Patrick Wilson will have to wait.

Director James Wan knows that the next installment will have its work cut out, especially after the epic underwater action most saw in “Aquaman 1.”

“When an ancient power is unleashed, Aquaman must forge an uneasy alliance with an unlikely ally to protect Atlantis, and the world, from irreversible devastation,” the synopsis for “Aquaman 2” read.

As for “The Flash,” the first installment is also highly anticipated. Word has gotten around that Miller has signed on for two more titles.

There is also high anticipation of what “The Flash” will have to offer. According to LRMOnline, the upcoming film is rumored to erase some of the existing films within the DC Extended Universe (i.e. “Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the infamous “Snyder Cut”) from continuity. Be wary of potential spoilers moving forward.

Hence, the first installment should be something to look forward to, likely pointing to another celebrated “Flashpoint.”

Jason Momoa, Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson
Jason Momoa, Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson attend SiriusXM's Town Hall with the cast of 'Aquaman' on December 4, 2018, in New York City. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM

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