Geoff Johns and Jon Berg at the premiere of Wonder Woman
Warner Bros. is restructuring its DC Films and Warner Bros. division. Co-Chair of Production and "Justice League" Producer Jon Berg will become a producer with Roy Lee, the producer of "The Lego Movie" and "It," an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap.
"This is something that Jon told me about six months ago a moment ago, and expressed that his goal was to be a producer in the studio," Warner Bros. Pictures Group president Toby Emmerich said in a statement to TheWrap. . "I first met Jon when, as a producer, he brought Elf & # 39; a New Line, which is still one of the library's best and most perennial titles. We are delighted that Jon associates with Roy and Anticipate that your company is a valuable source of movies for Warner Bros. and New Line. "
Currently, the studio is looking for an individual to run the point in DC Films. DC Entertainment and Co-President and Creative Manager Geoff Johns are expected to remain in office. Emmerich is also weighing the possibility of integrating the operations of DC Films into the arm of the studio's main movie. DC currently has its headquarters in a separate building on the lot. The DC move is expected to occur in January.
As TheWrap reported exclusively, "Justice League" had many enemies: an imminent corporate merger, a family tragedy, an internal clash between dark and clear issues. But his greatest enemy was time.
Variety reported the news of Berg's transition for the first time.
Each DC Comics movie rated from worst to best, including & # 39; Justice League & # 39;
The DC Comics universe It has not flooded the big screen in the same way as Marvel, but the DC brand has been playing the big screen more in the modern era.We classify all those modern movies, from "Superman: The Movie" to "Wonder Woman" and "League of Justice. "
31. "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace" (1987)
Christopher Reeve is by far the best Superman, but "Superman IV" is a bomb in every way, in part because The movie discovers Superman trying to eliminate the world's nuclear threat, but his best intentions collide with a foolish and badly dated villain called Nuclear Man.
30." Supergirl "(1984)  We had a female superhero movie in 1984, and it was pure cheese. But hey, at least they tried. The best I can say is that there are worse things in life than this movie.
28. "Steel" (1997)
Better known as "the one Shaq had when he tried to act", "Steel" is pretty bad. But the kind of fun is bad.
27." Justice League "
Warner Bros. has continued to innovate on how to make bad DCEU movies, with" Justice League "managing to be terrible in a totally different way than" Batman v Superman "and" Suicide Squad "
26." Man of steel "(2013)
It could have been worse, I suppose. But he is still morally rude and has a plot that makes no sense. That it is very nice to look does not nullify those things enough to make it visible.
25. "Catwoman" (2004)
Completely horrible, but somehow entertaining even so.It is sad that apparently it has been swept in the sandbox of the story.
24. " Batman and Robin "(1997)
Rightly hated, but it is tremendously entertaining here and there Uma Thurman and Arnold Schwarzeneggar go so far from the top that I can not stop admiring them.
23 . "Superman III" (1983)
Presented a brilliant business scam – a reference later in "Office Space" – but the attempt at fun things with the addition of Richard Pryor did not combine. There was also a bit strange about a weather satellite that creates bad weather, which is not what weather satellites do. However, seeing Clark Kent fight against Superman was very good.
22. "Green Lantern" (2011)
The excess of confidence in the caricature visual effects during a period in which the great box office successes moved away from that aesthetic meant this was a film that did not nobody liked it, it was not especially horrible, it looked like a silly caricature and it's hard to see
21. "The Dark Knight Rises" (2012)  It was probably not meant to be a grim, gritty Shumacher Batmovie, but that's actually what it is, this is Nolan going to full Hollywood, breaking plot points instead by sheer force of will rather than because They make sense: an extremely theatrical Tom Hardy like Bane is fun from front to back, and a nuclear bomb with a countdown clock will never age.
20. " Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice "(2016)
A total disaster that hates Superman and turns Batman into a total maniac, none of which is good Ben Affleck can not save the thing, but it is excellent and it gives you a big blow that you probably do not deserve.
19." Watchmen "(2009)
I do not have a special affection for the revered" Watchmen "comic as Many other nerds do, so my dislike for this adaptation is not personal. It just does not add up nearly as much as you think it does.
18. " Batman "(1989)
He remembered it mostly because it was the first Batmovie in a couple of decades However, it's actually not very good … The revelation that a younger version of the Joker killed the parents of Bruce Wayne is as stupidly silly as in a "Batman" movie.
17. "V for Vendetta" (2006)
I did not feel anything Seeing this, I tried it, it's fine, but it's done impeccably and it's very visible.
15. "Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition" (2016)
Granting its own space because it fundamentally changes the narrative of the film and the character of Superman in the extended Universe of DC. This version is not yet great (especially at three crazy hours), but it is a monumental improvement over the theatrical version.
14. "Red 2" (2013)
Did you know that they were comic movies? Anyway, it's a great cast in a useful action movie and everyone is having a good time, hard to remember, but fun.
13. "Red" (2010)
Better than its sequel, but basically they are the same.
12. "The Dark Knight" (2008)
It should be much shorter, but Heath Ledger's Joker is by far the best villain in any of these movies. Ledger elevates what would otherwise be just another self-indulgent exercise by Christopher Nolan to an infinitely visible image.
11." Batman Forever "(1995)
has the right tone for what Joel Shumacher was trying to do with the two films he directed, Tommy Lee Jones, as Two Face, is doing things in this film that is difficult to believe even today, given his perpetual sour face in almost every movie he's been in.
10. "Superman Returns" (2006)
In Actually, a pretty decent attempt by Bryan Singer to make a film by Christopher Reeve "Superman" nowadays, but Brandon Routh could not get the charisma needed to be the Man of Steel, it was his first film, so it's not Surprising, but it's a shame, because Routh has improved a lot in the following years.
9. "Batman: Ghost Mask" (1993)
Remember that time they released a cartoon of "Batman" theatrically? It was lost among all the real action ones, but "Mask of the Phantasm" is better than most of them.
8. "The LEGO Batman Movie" (2017)
Fun, sweet and self-deprecating: exactly what we needed in the wake of the disaster that was "Batman v Superman".
7. "Superman II" (1980)
He made children all over the world cry as they watched Superman give up his powers for a normal life with Lois Lane ( Margot Kidder) There are different editions of this film, and frankly you can not keep them in a straight line, but the sight of an impotent Clark hit in a restaurant made Superman as understanding as ever.
 6. "Wonder Woman" (2017)
Has the standard problem d e the film of origin of "too much history, not enough time". And the standard DC Extended Universe problem of "We have to have an absurd CGI battle at the end". But despite these warnings, it is a huge delight, and a great step forward for the DCEU.
5. "Batman Returns" (1992)
One of the best in the franchise because it's really just a political thriller. The Penguin emerges from the sewer and is running for mayor of Gotham! It's great, especially as we continue to see Trump's rise in our world.
4. "Constantine" (2005)
A happy balance between serious and ridiculous, manages to find exactly the right tone for this strange religious fantasy and a cast led by Keanu Reeves, everyone seems to understand it
3. "Superman: The Movie" (1978)
This is the gold standard of the Superman movies, and it was the best superhero movie bar none for many, many years. The score of John Williams goes off, and so does the credible and compelling romance between Superman and Lois Lane. The film merged convincingly (in the form of Gene Hackman's wonderful Lex Luthor), a story of epic origin that really The scene in which Supes and Lois fly together is one of the most beautiful metaphors of the new love that has been captured in the movie.
2. "Batman: The Movie" (1966)
Has a timelessness that none of the other films does, and is a delight from start to finish thanks to Adam West's nod to Batman and the coalition of villains that can not stop crazing maniacally, seeing it again recently, I found that it works almost perfectly as a parody of the super-serious Christopher Nolan Batfilms, which is incredible.
1. "Batman Begins" (2005)
The most complete film, by itself, in the entire live action franchise. , a normal movie … except it's about Batman. It has real characters and everything, and Bruce Wayne of Christian Bale even has emotions. It's strange.
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The DC Comics universe has not flooded the big screen like Marvel, but the DC brand has been playing on the big screen longer in the modern era. all those modern movies, from "Superman: The Movie" to "Wonder Woman" and "Justice League".