DCEU

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DCEUDC Extended Universe (DC Comics)
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Momoa has since gone on to become an established Hollywood star after becoming Aquaman in the hugely-popular DC Extended Universe films.
Whisper it, but the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) might just be finding its feet - and give Marvel something to think about in its post-Avengers: Endgame world.
Whisper it but the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) might just be finding its feet - and give Marvel something to think about in its post-Avengers: Endgame world.
This confident seventh instalment in the increasingly lighthearted, bright and colourful DC Extended Universe takes place in the same world as the recent billion-dollar success Aquaman - but don't hold your breath waiting for the king of Atlantis to turn up.
Seven films in, the DC Extended Universe is finally flying with some wind behind its back.
The film edged out the latest entry in the DC Extended Universe 'Shazam', which opened to Rs.
This confident seventh visit to the increasingly light-hearted, bright and colourful DC Extended Universe, takes place in the same world as the recent billion-dollar success, Aquaman.
Now his dream has come true, with Levi playing the title role in the latest DC Extended Universe film "Shazam!" which is fast-becoming one of the most highly rated superhero movies of the decade, dazzling preview audiences worldwide ahead of its April 4 release.
With the release of Warner Bros.' 'SHAZAM!' the two now also share a cinematic universe-the DC Extended Universe or DCEU-thus putting Shazam in the same reality as the heroes of 2013's 'Man of Steel,' 2017's 'Wonder Woman' and 2018's 'Aquaman.'
This confident seventh instalment in the increasingly lighthearted, bright and colourful, DC Extended Universe, takes place in same world as the recent billion dollar success, Aquaman, but fans of the king of Atlantis shouldn't don't hold their breath waiting for him to turn up.
The DC Extended Universe sidestepped adherence to canon entirely by casting the Polynesian Jason Momoa as the traditionally white Aquaman, and his film is now the highest grossing DC film of all time.
And the DC Extended Universe has grossed $4.8 billion since its 2013 kickoff with "Man of Steel."