We get two bits of information for the upcoming DC slate of movies as Batman producer Charles Roven confirms the Justice League movies will all be rated PG-13, and a batch of rumors for Aquaman, Green Lantern and more surface.
Batman producer Charles Roven confirms all the Justice League movies will be PG-13:
"Right now the movies that we’re making, the movies that have been announced by Warner Bros., I would say those are all intended to be PG-13 movies,"Roven told Collider, but didn't totally rule out an R-rated movie in the future. "I can’t tell you something may not come out of left field or we might get inspired to develop a different character, but the ones that are in front of us right now through [Justice League 2 are] PG-13."
Regarding the Aquaman movie rumor, according to JoBlo, the villain of the film will be Ocean Master, Aquaman's half-brother. It's also said Mera will be heavily featured in the movie, with it said she will be a force to reckon with. According to the report, a non-white actress is being eyed for Mera to match Jason Momoa as Aquaman.
It's also said DC is looking to develop more team films as a larger cast can offer a broader diversification of characters. It's said possible movies being looked at are Birds Of Prey and Teen Titans (which may tie into the Cyborg movie).
The Green Lantern Corps movie is also said described as: "Hal Jordan and John Stewart in a 'Lethal Weapon in space' team-up. "
It's further suggested that DC may go with a gay character at some point to further diversify the line.