Warner Bros. has firmly said no to more SnyderVerse films after putting out the director's version on HBO Max in 2021. Yet, some fans believe Netflix, Snyder's recent partner, might pick up where Warner Bros. left off. Scott Stuber, the head of film at Netflix, has mentioned it as a potential possibility, even though it's considered a bit of a long shot.

"That's always tricky because you don't own it," he conceded. Despite the challenge, there's a hopeful outlook that Snyder's DC films might eventually find a home on Netflix.

"Obviously, we would like to license it at some point," Stuber said. "We'd love to have it on so that fans can experience more Zack. The more Zack we have, the better we are," he concluded.

 

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Indeed, certain SnyderVerse fans may interpret this quote as a signal supporting the continuation of Zack Snyder's DC projects. However, it's essential to scrutinize Scott Stuber's exact words. While one reading could imply a willingness to extend the SnyderVerse, an alternative interpretation is that he simply desires to make Snyder's DC movies accessible on Netflix.

For those hopeful that Netflix could carry on the SnyderVerse, it remains a plausible scenario. Despite Warner Bros. rebooting the DCU, they are permitting projects like "The Batman: Part II" and "Joker: Folie a Deux" to progress, even though they exist in separate worlds and timelines compared to James Gunn and Peter Safran's DCU.

However, it seems improbable that Warner Bros. would actively support another extensive DC universe that directly competes with its own DCU. Yet, if there's a chance for both to thrive simultaneously, the studio might consider allowing the DCEU to persist in some capacity, even as they forge ahead with their independent plans.