“Shazam!” is the latest DC Comics adaptation, but superhero fans know that there are always more in the works. Warner Bros. has plenty of DC films in development, but these are the movies officially scheduled after the Zachary Levi-led flick.

“Joker” (releases Oct. 4) Joaquin Phoenix stars in this standalone movie as one of the most famous Batman villains. The first trailer (seen above) indicates that it’ll be a character study of the mentally ill killer.

“Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” (releases Feb. 7, 2020) Margot Robbie reprises her role as Harley Quinn in this one, but she’ll have some fierce female co-stars. Mary Elizabeth Winstead portrays Helena Bertinelli/Huntress while Jurnee Smollett Bell plays Dinah Lance/Black Canary. Rounding out the cast is Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya and Chris Messina as Victor Zsasz.

“Wonder Woman 1984” (releases June 5, 2020) Nearly three years to the day after the first film was released, Gal Gadot will return as Diana Prince. Patty Jenkins is directing again, and, interestingly, Chris Pine is somehow returning despite his character dying in the first film. Diana will be up against Cheetah, a new villain played by Kristen Wiig.

“The Batman” (releases June 25, 2021) Though Ben Affleck was at one point set to star and direct, the actor has stepped down from the superhero role. The newest Bat-movie will introduce a different Bruce Wayne actor. Matt Reeves will direct and is expected to focus on a younger version of the character in a noir-inspired film.

“The Suicide Squad” (releases Aug. 6, 2021) James Gunn is writing and directing this before returning to Marvel for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.” It’s not clear exactly who from the original will return, but Margot Robbie is rumored to reprise her role as Harley Quinn. However, it is also believed that Gunn will focus largely on a new lineup.

“Aquaman 2” (releases Dec. 16, 2022) The first made over $1 billion, so obviously, a sequel was ordered. David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick will return to write the script. No plot details have been released yet, but the post-credits scene made it clear that Black Manta would return eventually.

DC Movies coming soon
DC has quite a few new movies coming soon. Gal Gadot stars in "Wonder Woman 1984," Joaquin Phoenix leads "Joker" and Margot Robbie returns in "Birds of Prey." Warner Bros.; Nikos Tavernise/Warner Bros.; Warner Bros.

That’s all that’s officially on the slate with release dates. However, Warner Bros. has a ton of other DC films in development.

The Flash and Cyborg are supposed to get their own solo movies eventually, and Superman is reportedly going to have another movie at some point. Joker and Harley Quinn were once said to have their own twisted romance in development, and an “Aquaman” spinoff about The Trench is a possibility as well.

The studio also wants to introduce more comic book characters like Black Adam, Nightwing, Green Lantern Corps, Supergirl, Batgirl, Plastic Man and more. It looks like DC Comics fans have plenty to look forward to.