The calendar of long-term premieres of the films of DC and Warner Bros. remains a mystery, but if things were according to the vision of the director Patty Jenkins in those plans would not be contemplated a second part of The League of Justice .
In conversation with The Hollywood Reporter , the director of Wonder Woman explained that she would prefer that the cohesive universe of DC will focus on solo films, instead of betting on the challenge of a new hero team movie.
“I find those films (from the Justice League) are extremely challenging,” Jenkins said. “I think they’re fantastic when they’re done well but, since they take all those characters at the same time and with the timeline, I hope we do not make a Justice League movie for a while because I think each of those characters is really cool”.
Jenkins directed Wonder Woman before the premiere of The Justice League in 2017, and while the story of the Princess Amazona was well received, the first adventure of the group was filled with criticism and controversy that mark the film to this day.
In that scenario, and considering the success of Aquaman, it is not surprising that the director puts her trust in the individual stories of the rest of the characters of the so-called DCEU.
“I’m super excited to see each of her movies,” Jenkins added. “I want to see Aquaman 2 and I want to see Flash. I do not know. I would never say never, but I think everyone should have a moment to shine now. “
The director’s words certainly go in line with what Warner Bros. would be planning for DC films after the success of Aquaman, with a focus less focused on a cohesive universe and more focused on individual deliveries.