There are a lot of DC Extended Universe films whose fate remains up in the air. Considering the cancellations of several films, particularly “Batgirl” and the “Wonder Twins,” there is anxiety about what the rest holds.

But it appears at least one of those films will push through as planned. “Black Canary” is reportedly still a go on HBO Max.

This was confirmed in a statement to TVLine, detailing how the solo “Black Canary” films remain in development at HBO Max.

This should also put to rest any concerns about “Black Canary," especially after what happened to “Batgirl.” One of the concerns was that the solo film may not be “blockbuster” enough in scale to be part of the DCEU.

Further, the new people at the helm at Warner Bros. Discovery, led no less by David Zaslav, reportedly mandated that DC films should be released theatrically or not at all, Rolling Stone reported.

But with the claims that “Black Canary” will proceed as scheduled, that claim may not be set in stone.

Also, another DCEU film will reportedly push through in the “Blue Beetle.” The movie was reported for a theatrical release and wrapped up production last month.

“Blue Beetle” is scheduled to hit theaters on Aug. 18, 2023. Unfortunately, there remains no official release date on when “Black Canary” will come out.

“The objective is to grow the DC brand, to grow the DC characters,” Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said. “But also, our job is to protect the DC brand, and that’s what we’re going to do.”

Aside from “Blue Beetle” and “Black Canary,” the “Green Lantern” series is another one that is said to be coming out. With these new productions, it may somehow overshadow the cancellations of other shows due to budget constraints.

David Zaslav, President and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery
David Zaslav, President and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery Getty Images | Kevin Dietsch

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