After a troubled 2022, which saw the cancellation of almost finished projects like Batgirl and a new Scooby-Doo animation , it seems that the wave of restructuring at Warner has come to an end. At least that’s what executive Gunnar Wiedenfels guarantees .
The changes came with the merger between Warner and Discovery, forming the conglomerate Warner Bros. Discovery. Under the leadership of CEO David Zaslav , the company adopted cost-cutting measures, shelving projects and services.
It is worth remembering that despite the executive’s lines, the filmmaker and creative director of DC in theaters James Gunn said that he will announce the first projects for the future of the hero franchise in January, which could mean more cancellations and rescheduling among the heroes.