I know this is late, but I'll just do this post. Yesterday, Walter Hamada, former executive for New Line, was named as the new DCEU president; Geoff Johns will still have creative input. While I didn't know Hamada until the news broke, I have seen IT, which I enjoyed. However, I am going to miss Johns, as I think he did a mostly good job in aiding Snyder's vision of the films. And speaking of Snyder, I personally believe that he should've been the original president. While often criticized for the DCEU's "failures", there's no denying the success of the franchise (that he created). For instance, Suicide Squad. It's considered an awful movie, the worst of the DCEU, and my personal least favorite film in the series. It earned a global gross of almost $750 million dollars against its $175 million dollar budget. Wonder Woman, a film lauded for deviating from Snyder's "dark and pessimistic vision", was produced by Zack Snyder. And while I could go on, there's not much I can do to change the decision.
Note: This post originally appeared on @comicsanalyzed on January 5.