J.J. Abrams may already have his next two directorial efforts lined up with Warner Bros and DC.

A website called Cosmic Book News, which tagged their headline Tuesday with "exclusive," claims that Abrams could be making the jump from space to comic books once “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is completed. The famed director would be heading over to Warner and put his efforts into new films for Superman and Green Lantern.

This comes on the heels of Abrams’ company, Bad Robot, closing a major deal with WarnerMedia that would see the production house’s next projects released through Warner Bros. The two DC projects would be among the first films to come from that deal, as the report indicates that Abrams has a keen interest in both superheroes.

And it could be the shot in the arm both need.

While a new Superman movie has been rumored repeatedly over the last few years, most of these have proven to be just speculation. It has also led into questions about the future of “Man of Steel” star, Henry Cavill, as the titular hero. While Cavill has expressed interest in wanting to remain on as Superman, WB has focused on other projects and even shot down a proposed film from “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” director Christopher McQuarrie.

Green Lantern has also had trouble finding a way back to the big screen after 2011’s “Green Lantern,” starring Ryan Reynolds. The film was not well received and any plans relating to sequels were put on hold. 

DC and Warner's next releases include "Joker" on Oct. 4 and "Birds of Prey" on Feb. 7, 2020. "Wonder Woman 1984" is scheduled for June 5, 2020.