the release of Jack Snyder Justice League Marks a type of completion for DCEU. According to WarnerMedia, Zack Snyder’s trilogy has ended – even though it ended with a group of Cliffhangers – that means it’s time for DCEU fans to watch all the movies leading up to the Snyder cut.
Now, it has two ways: the boring “DCEU movies in order of release” kind, and the fun “DCEU movies in chronological order” way. We are going to give you both avenues in this article, but we will not focus on the chronological setup, because you know, we are zero.
To make a strong start already, see? Watching DCEU movies in chronological order allows you to kick things off with one of the series’ most loved films. While the first feature of Wonder Woman is booked in the present day by the set sequences (sarka) Morning of judgment), The bulk of the film is set in 1918, as Diana and Steve Trevor discover Ares in the middle of World War I.
Wonder Woman 1984
Welcome to the 80s, Diana Prince! Sequel to Amazing woman It proved to be slightly more divisive than its predecessor, mainly because of how committed it was to the film of the 80s. still, WW84 Our favorite before joining the Justice League provides an interesting look at what Amazon was doing with its time – namely pining for the deceased Steve Trevor and being great at his job at the Smithsonian.
man of Steel
Oh, Superman. Part one of Zack Snyder’s unofficial DCEU trilogy introduces us to a new, final Last Son of Krypton. This is a Superman influenced by letting his father die in order to keep his powers a secret. The film also stars the classic villain General Zod, who thinks he is the worst Kryptonian around. . . Until the film’s controversial climax proves to be fatal.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
You have met Wonder Woman. You’ve met Superman. Now is the time to meet the last member of the Holy Trinity of DCEU: The Dark Knight. Morning of judgment Justice uses the fights of Batman v Superman (played by Lex Luthor) to set things up for the birth of the league. We also see Doomsday, a dangerous threat, which manages to unite Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.
Morning of judgment Ending with some pretty world-changing developments as DCEU citizens know what dangerous world they live in, Amanda Waller decides to form Suicide Squad (while Batman is working on making Justice off-screen ). This is our introduction to Margot Robbie’s iconic performance as Harley Quinn, though certainly less acclaimed, taking on Jared Leto on The Joker.
Justice League / Jack Snyder Justice League
Look, it’s up to you who you want to see. The story is basically the same: Batman recruits Wonder Woman, The Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, and (eventually) Superman to form the Justice League and fight another threat. But, apparently, the four-hour-long version portrayed new characters like The Flash, Cyborg, and the villain Steppenwulf more. So it is a choice between reading Don quixote Or reading its sparknotes.
At this point, it is worth noting that its climax Jack Snyder Justice League Introduces several plot points that are unlikely to follow. However, this does not make Aquaman any less of a movie, though, as we focus on giving Arthur Curry all we can handle and then some. The film also gives us the first in-depth tour of Atlantis and is a doozy.
while Shazam! Definitely takes place at DCEU, it is the most standalone film ever. References to other DCEU assets are kept to a minimum (though there is a delightful cameo at the end), as the evil Dr. of his new-found superpowers during the film Billy Batson’s journey. Sivan specializes in fighting.
Precious’s Birds and the Great Liberation of a Harley Quinn
The Harley Quinn spinoff everyone was struggling for offers us a new group of female vigilantes: the Huntress, the Black Canary, and the disgruntled police officer René Montoya. Preity’s birds come together to fight the creepy black mask and are ready for the sequel until they work. The title was later shortened Harley Quinn: Birds of Pre That’s why . . . People can’t handle too many words in a row?
Okay, we promised, so here are the DCEU movies in order of release:
man of Steel (2013), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Suicide squad (2016), Amazing woman (2017), Justice League (2017), Aquaman (2018), Shazam! (2019), Precious’s Birds and the Great Liberation of a Harley Quinn (2020), Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), Jack Snyder Justice League (2021).
Enjoy your quote! All titles are available except on HBO Max Shazam! And Wonder Woman 1984, Which are available for rent on most streaming platforms.