The San Diego Comic-Con recently wrapped up and it has left off with tons of revelations from various studios. Some of the biggest reveals came from Warner Bros. and fans of the DC Comics and its movie adaptations for the Dc Extended Universe are in for a great surprise.

‘Aquaman’ premieres next year

“Aquaman” has been confirmed as early as June 2014 when it was revealed that Jason Momoa was cast to play the lead character, Arthur Curry, also known as Aquaman. The studio revealed exclusive new footage from the film at SDCC 2017, which reportedly revealed a huge battle under the sea.

Just like the upcoming “Flashpoint” movie, the plot will also take place after the events in Justice League.” The highly anticipated “Aquaman” film will be hitting theaters in North America on Dec. 21, 2018.

‘Wonder Woman’ sequel confirmed

Warner Bros. announced at the recently held San Diego Comic-Con that the sequel for the blockbuster movie, “Wonder Woman,” is happening. Gal Gadot will be reprising her role as the fearless Diana Prince in the new film.

The studio revealed that they have already scheduled the “Wonder Woman” sequel to premiere on Dec. 13, 2019. However, it has not been confirmed yet if Patty Jenkins will be back to direct the sequel. Jenkins is reportedly still in the talks for the project.

More DC films in the works

Following the huge success of “Wonder Woman,” Warner Bros. has finally pushed through with the rest of its projects for other DC heroes and confirmed that more new films are currently in progress for the DC Extended Universe.

“Shazam” will be released in North America on April 5. 2019. David F. Sandberg, who worked on “Lights Out” and “Annabelle: Creation,” will be directing the film.

Actor Ray Fisher, who portrays the role of Victor Stone and Cyborg, will be back for his own film, “Cyborg,” and Warner Bros. has scheduled it for release in North America on April 30, 2020. The movie was announced in October 2014.

“Green Lantern Corps” was announced back in October 2014, but Warner Bros. just confirmed it at the recent San Diego Comic-Con.

Davide S. Goyer and Justin Rhodes will be working on “Green Lantern Corps,” which is set to premiere in North America on July 24, 2020.

Confirmed films with no release dates yet

Aside from the “Wonder Woman” sequel, “Suicide Squad” will also return with a second installment, but it is still in development so the studio doesn't have a release date for it yet. “Justice League” has yet to hit theaters, but the sequel, “Justice League Dark,” has already been confirmed.

The Flash will be getting a standalone movie titled “Flashpoint” and the plot of the film will take place after the events in the first “Justice League” movie. Actors Erza Miller and Fisher will be reprising their roles as Barry Allen and Cyborg, respectively.

“The Batman” has been in the news prior to its confirmation, but Warner Bros. affirmed that it will be happening. However, the movie is undergoing massive changes to its script after Matt Reeves replaced Ben Affleck as director, so they’re still holding back details on the exact release date.

“Bat Girl” movie has been confirmed, and Joss Whedon, who is currently handling the post-productions of “Justice League” for Zack Snyder, will be directing, producing, and writing the film. The filming for “Bat Girl” is set to begin next year.