Marvel cinematic Universe has been a relevant presence of those latest years of #Cinema. Thor, Captain America, the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron have paved the way to a comic-filled period.

The Box Office speaks for itself: huge hits, one after another. Marvel's expansion has reached also Sony with the acquisition of Spiderman's rights for a reboot of the saga. What about DC Entertainment?

After the golden age of Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, the Warner Bros company has not been able to live up to the expectations. Three years has passed since The Dark Knight Rises, and expect from the new origin story of Superman, nothing has attracted viewers attention.

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Man of Steel (2013) has started this new DC's Era. This new Zack Snyder's version of Superman starring Henry Cavill was a convincing new Clark Kent's portrait. Along with the sequel of Man of Steel, Cavill will also lead Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Batman will be portrayed by Ben Affleck and Wonder Woman by Gal Gadot. This will be the first installment of a long list of silver screen's adaptations of DC superheroes.

Ben Affleck's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, The Suicide Squad, Shazam, Justice League and Justice League 2 will all be part of this new DC's offer.

Jared Leto will lead The Suicide Squad as the Joker. After watching through is physical transformation for the role, internet is now imploding for the official photo of Leto's Joker. We couldn't be more excited than we already are and the cast includes buzzed movie stars as Viola Davis, Will Smith and many more.

Furthermore The Flash and a reboot of Green Lantern will also be part of the deal.

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If Barry Allen is also weekly on tv with Grant Gustin's The CW's version, Green Lantern will come back after the failure of 2011's version with Ryan Reynolds.

The most gripping one is The Sandman. This DC'S black sheep is a dark Neil Gaiman's comic which was published in America from 1989 to 1996. It's a 75 issues comic about Dream, the titular Sandman, in a world called Dreaming with occasional visits to other domains as Hell, Faerie and Asgard.

2016 will be the beginning of a new DC's age of cinema. #Television