Warner Bros has finally revealed its massive slate of DC Universe films for the next few years, and while there are no specific release dates or filmmakers attached that we know of (beyond Zack Snyder), we at least know what the movies will be and who they'll be starring, in some cases.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Suicide Squad (confirmed by Variety to be directed by David Ayer)
Wonder Woman - starring Gal Gadot
Justice League - directed by Zack Snyder, written by Chris Terrio
The Flash - starring Ezra Miller
Aquaman - starring Jason Momoa, from a script by Kurt Johnstad or Will Beall, last we heard.
Shazam - starring Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam, currently being written by Darren Lemke.
Justice League 2 - also directed by Snyder
Cyborg - starring Ray Fisher
They also announced stand-alone Superman and Batman films, but no specific timeframes were announced for these latter entries.
The Miller news is especially intriguing, as he had been somewhat rumored for a Nightwing type role in Batman v Superman, but his casting as The Flash firmly nails shut the idea that the Flash television series will see any crossover with the films on the big screen. I'm okay with that.
Here are the specific dates that IndieWire believes each film will slot into, along with the Lego films of pertinent interest to comics fans:
"Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice" - March 25, 2016
"Suicide Squad" - August 5, 2016
"Lego Batman" - May 26, 2017
"Wonder Woman" - June 23, 2017
"Justice League: Part 1" - November 17, 2017
"The Flash" - March 23, 2018
"The Lego Movie 2" - May 28, 2018
"Aquaman" - July 27, 2018
"Shazam" - April 5, 2019
"Justice League: Part 2" - June 14, 2019
"Cyborg" - April 3, 2020
"Green Lantern" - June 19, 2020