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DC/Warner Bros to Release Lower Budget Superhero Films

– by Philip Sticco

Warner_Bros_logoBleeding Cool has some news about a few of the lesser known DC comics and the plans DC and Warner Bros have for bringing them to the big screen. From Bleeding Cool:

"... with David Goyer attached, Warners were looking at movie treatments for the likes of Suicide Squad, Booster Gold, Deathstroke, Team 7 and more.

"Suicide Squad is one specifically mentioned as only needing a $40 million budget, pre-marketing. Some could be made for as little as $20 million."

The site says this could be DC/WB's big news for 2014. The plan is to release two movies a year; one in the spring and another in the fall. The movies will hit over two years and expand on the DC film universe that began in Man of Steel.

What do you think? Do you like the idea of DC/WB going with a lower budget (read: lower risk) approach and releasing some of their less popular titles in theatres?

SOURCE: Bleeding Cool

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