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Warner Bros. Registers Multiple Comic Book Film Domains [UPDATE]

Four DC properties now have websites connected to films.

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Today, TechTimes unearthed some interesting information. Warner Bros. has registered four domain names for possible upcoming DC films. Recently, DC announced they are planning nine dates up until 2020 and gave us all a slew of dates with nothing else attached. Rumors started buzzing about what properties will make it to the big screen. Well, if these website domains are any indicator, here's what we can expect.

All of these links go to the Warner Bros. website. It should be noted that just because they registered these domain names it doesn't mean these films will be made. For all we know, they could just be throwing everyone off or playing it safe and grabbing these domains "just in case." When we actually look at the domain names though, there's no real surprises If Warner Bros. were moving into their next phase of characters, these would be the way to go, especially since Wonder Woman is appearing in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and the fact there's been numerous rumors flying around about Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson playing Shazam or Black Adam.

UPDATE: TechTimes reported that these films were recently registered, but in fact, this is not true. Here is when each of these films were actually registered by WB. (Registered 11/27/13) (Registered 11/21/00) (Registered 8/5/1999) (Registered 11/21/00)

Warner Bros. has been keeping most of these domains live for years, mainly so people don't snag the domains first, then try to sell it to them at a ridiculous cost. Don't be too upset though, chances of us seeing these films is still pretty high.

Source: TechTimes