With the ever-growing success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it can be said that Warner Bros. is very much interested in having a successful DC Cinematic Universe as well. However, a recent rumor claims the company is aiming to go even further with its plan.

Instead of fleshing out a mere cinematic universe, Warner Bros. is hoping to bring forth the DC Cinematic Multiverse. What's that, you ask? Well, instead of just a single universe, there will be more than one, with an Earth similar to the one Superman and Batman comes from.

So far, Marvel only has a single universe with several galaxies, but Warner Bros' rumored plan for DC is more extensive and could be quite confusing if not done properly. It is one of the reasons why DC comics are so confusing for many readers, due to the overreaching multiverse concept.

How does Warner Bros. plan to make the DC Cinematic Multiverse a reality?

From the rumored leaked information, the plan is to push Shazam to a different Earth, which could be the reason why Dwayne Johnson kept saying the movie would be independent, then DC itself saying the character is a central part of the whole scheme of things.

We also thought Shazam is too similar to Superman, so it would have been crazy to have the character in the same universe. Will they ever meet face-to-face? We'd like to think Warner Bros. is planning to flesh out a Crisis on Infinite Earths storlyline in a decade's time or less, and placing Shazam and the Man of Steel on screen together for the first time.

At the end of the day, everything we read in a recent massive information dump comes off as very promising. It gives us hope that DC won't be shoved to the sidelines, and that the men and women working behind the scenes are serious about bringing the characters to life and doing them justice.

Man of Steel was definitely a bad start, but it is not too late to fix things. Right now, it is all up to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad.

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