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DC Entertainment

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DC Entertainment
Company typeSubsidiary
IndustryEntertainment
GenreSuperhero fiction
FoundedSeptember 9, 2009; 14 years ago (2009-09-09)
Headquarters,
United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Products
ServicesLicensing
ParentWarner Bros. Discovery
Divisions
Subsidiaries
Websitedc.com

DC Entertainment is an American entertainment company that was founded in September 2009 and is based in Burbank, California. The company is a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery[1][2] that manages its DC Comics units and characters in other units, as they work with other Warner Bros. units. It also delves into those units within their flagship the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). DC Comics was founded in 1934 when it was National Comic Publications.

In April 2022, following the merger of parent company WarnerMedia with Discovery, Inc., DC Entertainment was reported to be reorganized into its own vertical unit rather than being handled by other Warner Bros. subsidiaries on its behalf.[3]

History

Formation

On September 9, 2009,[4][5] Warner Bros. announced that DC Comics would become a subsidiary of DC Entertainment, Inc., with Diane Nelson, President of Warner Premiere, becoming president of the newly formed holding company and DC Comics President and Publisher Paul Levitz moving to the position of Contributing Editor and Overall Consultant there.[6] Warner Bros. and DC Comics have been owned by the same company since.

On February 18, 2010, DC Entertainment named Jim Lee and Dan DiDio as Co-Publishers of DC Comics, Geoff Johns as Chief Creative Officer, John Rood as EVP (Executive Vice President) of Sales, Marketing and Business Development, and Patrick Caldon as EVP of Finance and Administration.[7]

Property Expansion

In October 2013, DC Entertainment announced that the DC Comics offices were going to move in 2015 from New York City to the headquarters of Warner Bros. in Burbank, California. The other units, animation, film, television and portfolio planning, had preceded DC Comics by moving there in 2010.[8]

DC Entertainment announced its first franchise, the DC Super Hero Girls universe, in April 2015 with multi-platform content, toys and apparel to start appearing in 2016.[9]

Warner Bros. Pictures reorganized in May 2016 to have genre-responsible film executives, thus DC Entertainment franchise films under Warner Bros. were placed under a newly created division, DC Films, created under Warner Bros. executive vice president Jon Berg and DC chief content officer Geoff Johns. This was done in the same vein as Marvel Studios in unifying DC-related filmmaking under a single vision and clarifying the greenlighting process. Johns also kept his existing role at DC Comics.[10] Johns was promoted to DC president and CCO with the addition of his DC Films while still reporting to DCE President Nelson.[11] In August 2016, Amit Desai was promoted from senior vice president, marketing & global franchise management to exec vice president, business and marketing strategy, direct-to-consumer and global franchise management.[12]

Digital distribution

DC Comics are available in digital form through several sources. Free services: In 2015, Hoopla Digital became the first library-based digital system to distribute DC Comics.[13]

In April 2017,[14] DC announced an upcoming streaming service with Warner Bros. Digital Networks, which was to feature original live-action and animated series based on DC characters and franchises, such as Titans and Young Justice: Outsiders.[15][16] The service, later announced as DC Universe, would launch in September 2018, and also feature access to classic DC television series and digital comics.[17][18]

With frustration over DC Films not matching Marvel Studios' results and Berg wanting to step back to being a producer in January 2018, it was announced that Warner Bros. executive Walter Hamada was appointed president of DC film production.[19] After a leave of absence starting in March 2018, Diane Nelson resigned as president of DC Entertainment. The company's executive management were to report to WB Chief Digital Officer Thomas Gewecke until a new president was selected.[20]

DC Entertainment, LLC

In June 2018, Johns was also moved out of his position as chief creative officer and DC Entertainment president for a writing and producing deal with the DC and WB companies. Jim Lee added DC Entertainment chief creative officer title to his DC co-publisher post.[21] In September 2018, DC became part of the newly founded Warner Bros. Global Brands and Franchises division overseen by Pam Lifford.[22][23] In January 2019 it was reported that 7 of the DC's 240 person workforce were laid off, including several vice presidents.[24]

In August 2020, DC publisher Jim Lee announced that DC Universe's original productions would migrate to WarnerMedia's new streaming service HBO Max,[25] with the majority of the staff of DC Universe having been laid off.[26] In January 2021, the remainder of the service would become a comics-centric service known as DC Universe Infinite. The service would feature DC titles six months after their retail release date (comparable to Marvel Unlimited), early access to DC Comics' digital-first titles, exclusive comics created for the service, and access to 24,000 titles in DC's back catalog.[27][28]

Warner Bros. Discovery subsidiary

On April 14, 2022, after the merger of parent company WarnerMedia with Discovery, Inc., it was reported that the company was exploring a restructuring of DC Entertainment into a "solidified content vertical" more akin to Marvel, with its film, television, and video game development brought directly under DC with a central leader, rather than being handled by other Warner Bros. subsidiaries on its behalf.[29] In August 2022, DC relaunched its website at DC.com, while also dropping "comics" from the usernames of its other social media outlets.[30]

In October 2022, DC Films was replaced by DC Studios, which would be led by co-chairmen James Gunn and Peter Safran under a four-year deal to oversee film, television, and animation productions involving DC properties. They will report directly to WBD CEO David Zaslav, while also working with Warner Bros. Pictures' Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy among others.[31]

In May 2023, Lee was promoted to president, publisher, and chief creative officer of DC, continuing to report to Pam Lifford as president of Global Brands and Experiences.[32][33]

Units

Active

Defunct

Executives

Presidents

Others

  • Geoff Johns, Chief Creative Officer, DC Comics (2010–2018)
  • Jim Lee, Chief Creative Officer, DC Comics (June 2018–present)

Productions

Films

All the films are distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, except as indicated.

Live-action

Year Title Director Co-production(s) Notes
2010 Jonah Hex Jimmy Hayward Legendary Pictures / Weed Road Pictures Loosely based on the character of the same name.
2010 Red Robert Schwentke Di Bonaventura Pictures Based on the miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner. Wildstorm (an imprint of DC Comics). Distributed by Summit Entertainment.
2011 Green Lantern Martin Campbell De Line Pictures
2012 The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan Warner Bros.Pictures / Legendary Pictures / Syncopy Inc. The Dark Knight Trilogy.
2013 Man of Steel Zack Snyder The first film to be set in the DC Extended Universe.
2013 Red 2 Dean Parisot Di Bonaventura Pictures Based on the miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner. Wildstorm (an imprint of DC Comics). Distributed by Summit Entertainment (Lionsgate).
2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Zack Snyder Warner Bros.Pictures / RatPac Entertainment /Cruel and Unusual Films / Atlas Entertainment R-rated extended version, the Ultimate Edition, was released on home video in 2016 and is the second film to be set in the DC Extended Universe.[37]
2016 Suicide Squad David Ayer Warner Bros.Pictures / RatPac-Dune Entertainment
Atlas Entertainment
This is the third film set in the DC Extended Universe

Animated film

All the films are made for Direct-to-video/television and produced by Warner Bros. Animation, except as indicated.

Year Title Notes
2009 Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Based on Superman/Batman: Public Enemies storyline by Jeph Loeb.
2010 Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths Adapted from an unused film plot meant to bridge Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Loosely based on JLA: Earth 2 series by Grant Morrison.
Batman: Under the Red Hood Loosely based on the Batman: Under the Hood storyline by Judd Winick.
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse Sequel to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. Based on the Superman/Batman: The Supergirl from Krypton storyline by Jeph Loeb.
2011 All-Star Superman Based on the All-Star Superman series by Grant Morrison.
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights Collection of six shorts.
Batman: Year One Based on the Batman: Year One storyline by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.
2012 Justice League: Doom Loosely based on the JLA: Tower of Babel storyline by Mark Waid.
Superman vs. The Elite Based on the What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way? storyline by Joe Kelly.
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special TV Special: Aired on Adult Swim
The Dark Knight Returns – Part 1 Based on The Dark Knight Returns series by Frank Miller.
2013 The Dark Knight Returns – Part 2
Superman: Unbound Based on the Superman: Brainiac storyline by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank.
Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite Produced by TT Animation. Based on the video game Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox First film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on Flashpoint storyline by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.
2014 JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time
Justice League: War Second film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on The New 52's Justice League: Origin story by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise TV Special: Aired on Adult Swim
Son of Batman Third film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on the Batman and Son storyline by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert.
Batman: Assault on Arkham Set in the universe of the Batman: Arkham video game franchise.
2015 Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Fourth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on the Throne of Atlantis, The New 52's Aquaman crossover story by Geoff Johns.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League Television movie.
Batman vs. Robin Fifth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Partially based on The New 52's Batman crossover story, Court of Owls by Scott Snyder.
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts First film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
Justice League: Gods and Monsters Set in the same universe as the companion microseries of shorts Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles.
Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem Second film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship TV Special: Aired on Adult Swim
2016 Batman: Bad Blood Sixth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash
DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe. Released first on television.
Justice League vs. Teen Titans Seventh film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout
Batman: The Killing Joke Theatrically released; Based on the one-shot graphic novel of the same name by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, which served as the basis for the first R-rated film in the Batman franchise.
Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants Third film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Theatrically released; First animated film set in the universe of the 1960s Batman TV series.
2017 Justice League Dark Eighth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
The Lego Batman Movie Theatrical release; spin-off of The Lego Movie. Produced by Animal Logic.
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Ninth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on The Judas Contract story arc by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez.
Vixen: The Movie Episode Collection: Arrowverse; features added new content
DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe.
Batman and Harley Quinn Set in the DCAU.
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain
Batman vs. Two-Face Second animated film set in the universe of the 1960s Batman TV series.
2018 Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold Crossover with Scooby-Doo. Related to the Batman: The Brave and the Bold TV series.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight Based on Gotham by Gaslight, a one-shot story by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola which became, retroactively, the first official Elseworlds publication.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay Tenth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Batman Ninja Anime produced by Kamikaze Douga Yamatoworks and Barnum Studio.
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High
The Death of Superman Eleventh film in DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on The Death of Superman storyline.
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Theatrically released; Set in the universe of the Teen Titans Go! TV series.
DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe.
Freedom Fighters: The Ray Episode Collection: Arrowverse; features added new content
Constantine: City of Demons: The Movie Episode Collection: DC Animated Movie Universe
2019 Reign of the Supermen Twelfth film in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on the Reign of the Supermen storyline.
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five Set in the DCAU.
DC Super Hero Girls: Sweet Justice Episode Collection: Television movie; compilation of the first four episodes of DC Super Hero Girls
Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Based on the Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book by James Tynion IV and Freddie Williams II.
Batman: Hush Thirteenth film in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Based on the Batman: Hush storyline by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee.
Lego DC: Batman - Family Matters
Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans A crossover film between Teen Titans Go! and the original Teen Titans animated series.
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines Fourteenth film in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
2020 Superman: Red Son Based on the Superman: Red Son comic book by Mark Millar.
Lego DC: Shazam!: Magic and Monsters
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War Fifteenth and last film in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons: The Movie Episode Collection: Stand-alone
Superman: Man of Tomorrow First film in the DC Rebirth continuity.
2021 Batman: Soul of the Dragon
Justice Society: World War II Second film in the DC Rebirth continuity.
Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam A crossover film between Teen Titans Go! and Space Jam. Aired on Cartoon Network.
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Third film in the DC Rebirth continuity. Based on Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale.
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two
Injustice Based on Injustice: Gods Among Us video game by NetherRealm Studios, and the tie-in comics by Tom Taylor.
Beebo Saves Christmas TV Special: Berlanti Productions; aired on The CW.[38][39]
2022 Catwoman: Hunted Anime-inspired.
Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse A crossover film between Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls animated series.[40]
DC League of Super-Pets Theatrically released; CGI animation.[41][42][43]
Green Lantern: Beware My Power Fourth film in the DC Rebirth continuity[40]
Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons [40]
2023 Legion of Super-Heroes Tomorrowverse
Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham It is the 50th installment in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies
Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes and Huntsmen, Part One'’ A crossover with RWBY

Collaboration with Rooster Teeth Productions

Scooby-Doo! and Krypto, Too! A crossover with Krypto
Justice League: Warworld Tomorrowverse[44]
Justice League X RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part Two A crossover with RWBY

Collaboration with Rooster Teeth Productions

Merry Little Batman Released on Amazon Prime Video[45][46] Originally slated to be released on HBO Max and Cartoon Network


Short films

All short films are direct-to-video are produced by Warner Bros. Animation, except as indicated.

Year Title Collection Notes
2010 Joker's Playhouse DC Super Friends A one-off special short, produced as part of Fisher-Price's Imaginext product line.
The Spectre DC Showcase Included in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.
Jonah Hex Included in Batman: Under the Red Hood.
Green Arrow Included in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse.
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam Included in DC Showcase Shorts Collection.
2011 Catwoman Included in Batman: Year One.
2015 Nightwing and Robin DC Animated Movie Universe Included in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. Part of the DCAMU.
Constantine: John Con Noir Constantine Produced by Cool Town Claymation; part of the promotion of the TV series Constantine.
2018 #TheLateBatsby DC Super Hero Girls Theatrical; Appeared in front of Teen Titans Go! To the Movies.
2019 Sgt. Rock DC Showcase Included in Batman: Hush.
Death Included in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.
2020 The Phantom Stranger Included in Superman: Red Son.
Adam Strange Included in Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.
Batman: Death in the Family Interactive movie. Follow-up to Batman: Under the Red Hood. Based on Batman: A Death in the Family storyline by Jim Starlin and Jim Aparo.
2021 Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth! Included in Justice Society: World War II.
The Losers Included in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One.
Blue Beetle Included in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two.
2022 Constantine: The House of Mystery An long-form animated short. Sequel to Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.[47]

Television

All television series are (co-)produced by Warner Bros. Television Studios, except as indicated.

Live-action

Title Aired Production companies Network(s) Notes
Human Target 2010–11 Wonderland Sound and Vision Fox / CTV
Arrow 2012–20 Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Gotham 2014–19 Primrose Hill Productions Fox
The Flash 2014–23 Bonanza Productions/ Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Constantine 2014–15 Ever After Productions / Phantom Four Films NBC
Supergirl 2015–21 Berlanti Productions CBS (season 1)
The CW (seasons 2–6)
Legends of Tomorrow 2016–22 The CW
Lucifer 2016–21 Jerry Bruckheimer Television Fox (seasons 1–3)
Netflix (seasons 4–6)
Based on Vertigo Comics.
Arrowverse adjacent.
Powerless 2017 Ehsugadee Productions NBC [48]
Black Lightning 2018–21 Berlanti Productions / Akil Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Krypton 2018–19 Warner Horizon Television (Warner Bros. Television) / Phantom Four Films Syfy
Titans 2018–23 Weed Road Pictures / Berlanti Productions DC Universe (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max (season 3–4)
Arrowverse adjacent
Swamp Thing 2019 Big Shoe Productions, Inc. / Atomic Monster DC Universe
Watchmen Paramount Television / White Rabbit HBO
Doom Patrol 2019–23 Berlanti Productions / Jeremy Carver Productions DC Universe (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max/Max (since season 2)
Arrowverse adjacent.
Spin-off of Titans.
Batwoman 2019–22 Berlanti Productions The CW Part of the Arrowverse
Pennyworth 2019–23 Warner Horizon Television ((season 1 only) Warner Bros. Television) / Primrose Hill Productions Epix (seasons 1–2)
HBO Max (season 3)
Set in the same universe as Gotham
Stargirl 2020–22 Mad Ghost Productions / Berlanti Productions DC Universe (season 1)
The CW (seasons 1–3)
Arrowverse adjacent
Superman & Lois 2021–2024 Berlanti Productions The CW Arrowverse adjacent
Naomi 2022 ARRAY Filmworks
DMZ ARRAY Filmworks / Analog HBO Max Based on Vertigo Comics
Gotham Knights 2023 Berlanti Productions The CW

Animated series

Title Aired Production companies Network(s) Notes
Batman: The Brave and the Bold 2008–11 Warner Bros. Animation / DC Comics (2008–09) Cartoon Network
Young Justice 2010–13
2019–22
Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network (seasons 1–2)
DC Universe (season 3)
HBO Max (season 4)
Green Lantern: The Animated Series 2011–13 Cartoon Network
Beware the Batman 2013–14 Cartoon Network/Adult Swim
Teen Titans Go! 2013–present
Justice League Action 2016–18 Cartoon Network
DC Super Hero Girls 2019–21
Harley Quinn 2019–present Warner Bros. Animation / Yes, Norman Productions / Delicious Non-Sequitur HBO Max
Batwheels 2022–present Warner Bros. Animation
Bang Zoom Ltd.
Cartoonito
My Adventures with Superman 2023–present Warner Bros. Animation Adult Swim

Short series

Title Aired Production companies Network Notes
DC Nation Shorts 2011–14 Warner Bros. Animation Cartoon Network Animated shorts aired as interstitials on the DC Nation television block on Cartoon Network
Batman Unlimited 2015–16 YouTube (DC Kids Channel)
DC Super Friends 2015 Warner Bros. Animation / Imaginext /

Titmouse, Inc.

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles Warner Bros. Animation / Blue Ribbon Content YouTube (Machinima channel) Related to the film. Renewed for season 2, but subsequently shelved indefinitely[49]
Vixen 2015–16 CW Seed Part of the Arrowverse.
DC Super Hero Girls 2015–18 Warner Bros. Animation YouTube (DC Super Hero Girls channel)
Justice League Action Shorts 2017 YouTube (DC Kids Channel)
Freedom Fighters: The Ray 2017–18 Warner Bros. Animation / Blue Ribbon Content CW Seed Part of the Arrowverse.[50][51]
Constantine: City of Demons 2018–19 Warner Bros. Animation / Blue Ribbon Content / Berlanti Productions / Phantom Four Productions Part of The DC Animated Movie Universe
DC Super Hero Girls: Super Shorts 2019–20 Warner Bros. Animation YouTube (DC Super Hero Girls channel)
Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons 2020 Warner Bros. Animation / Blue Ribbon Content / Berlanti Productions CW Seed [52]
Aquaman: King of Atlantis 2021 Warner Bros. Animation / Atomic Monster HBO Max and Cartoon Network [53][54]

See also

Notes

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