“Wonder Woman” just hit theaters Friday, and fans are likely already wondering when their next chance will come to see DC superheroes on the big screen. Luckily, Warner Bros. has a long list of movies coming out in the DC Extended Universe.

“Justice League” — Nov. 17 — Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) get some help in this flick. They recruit The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher). The team will be trying to take down Steppenwolf, who is looking for the powerful Mother Boxes.

Zack Snyder directed most of “Justice League,” but sadly, after his daughter’s suicide, he decided to let “Avengers” director Joss Whedon put the finishing touches on the movie. The “Buffy” creator is writing and directing additional footage for the DCEU movie before he helms his own project, “Batgirl.”

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The Flash (Ezra Miller), Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) will appear in “Justice League” later this year. Warner Bros.

“Aquaman” — Dec. 21, 2018 — Though this comes after “Justice League,” it won’t focus on Arthur Curry’s time with the new team. Instead, audiences will watch him learn that he is heir to the throne of Atlantis. Nicole Kidman will play his mother Queen Atlanna while Amber Heard plays Mera, who is typically Aquaman’s love interest. Willem Dafoe, Dolph Lundgren, Ludi Lin and Patrick Wilson also star in movie, which is directed by James Wan.

“Shazam!” — April 5, 2019 — While we don’t know who will be playing the magical hero, we know he’ll be fighting Black Adam, played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The “Baywatch” star will produce the flick with Hiram Garcia and Toby Emmerich. Henry Gayden is writing the screenplay.

“Cyborg” — April 3, 2020 — We know pretty much nothing about this movie, but star Ray Fisher confirmed in May that the movie was still planned for a 2020 release date.

“Green Lantern Corps” — July 24, 2020 — This movie, which will hopefully be better than the 2011 Ryan Reynolds film, follows a group of human Green Lanterns who join an alien police force that protects the universe.

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Those are all the movies that have actual release dates scheduled. Warner Bros. and DC have a long lineup of movies that are being planned without specific release dates as well.

“The Flash” — “Justice League” fans will notice “The Flash” is not listed above because the film is behind schedule. With no director and the script reportedly being rewritten, the movie will not be able to reach its planned March 2018 release date. However, it will eventually be added back into the schedule.

“Justice League Dark” — Director Doug Liman recently left this “Justice League” sequel after scheduling conflicts with “The Edge of Tomorrow 2” and “Chaos Walking.” With no director, it’ll likely be in development for a while longer. Guillermo Del Toro is producing this project, which has also been referred to as “Dark Universe,” and Scott Rudin wrote the screenplay based on a story by Del Toro.

“Gotham City Sirens” — This one is for fans of villains. Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) will be the main star in this movie, but Catwoman and Poison Ivy are expected to join her.

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Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) will return in “Gotham City Sirens.” Warner Bros.

“The Batman” — Ben Affleck will get a solo movie. He wrote and was set to direct the Bruce Wayne movie, but he opted to let Matt Reeves take over directing instead.

“Black Adam” — Johnson’s “Shazam!” villain will get to star in this film.

“Nightwing” — According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bill Dubuque is writing the script for the Dick Grayson movie.

“Suicide Squad 2” — The villains will return to save the day again in this movie. Mel Gibson is rumored to be under consideration for director.

“Batgirl” — Joss Whedon is writing and directing this DCEU movie about Barbara Gordon.