DC fans rejoice! The much-anticipated movie, Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part 1, is set to hit screens sooner than expected. According to an update from Amazon France, the release date is slated for January 24, 2024, with formats including DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD.
This announcement follows the revelation of two other exciting animated movies, Watchmen and Crisis on Infinite Earths, during San Diego Comic-Con 2023. The clarification by DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn dispelled earlier confusion about the film being labeled a “DC Universe movie.”
The movie is part of a larger “Crisis” trilogy, succeeding Justice League: Warworld, and animation director Mike Milo is confirmed to be at the helm for all three parts. While release dates can sometimes be placeholders, this early 2024 indication has fans buzzing with excitement.
In the realm of live-action Justice League films, the horizon remains uncertain. The aftermath of the 2017 Justice League release led to the fan-driven #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign, making a reboot less of an immediate priority. DC Studios, under Gunn’s leadership, emphasizes a patient approach, with full scripts preceding production.
The fate of the cinematic universe hinges on the reception of 2025’s Superman: Legacy, promising a fully realized DC universe on the big screen. Meanwhile, the DCU expands across TV shows, animated series, and video games, providing fans with a rich tapestry of content.
As we eagerly await the cinematic future, mark your calendars for January 24, 2024, to experience the first installment of Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths. Get ready for a thrilling journey through the multiverse on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD!
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