'Aquaman,' 'Shazam' continuations deferred in the midst of Warner Bros. Revelation record mix

The delivery dates for the continuations of "Aquaman" and "Shazam" are being rearranged, as Warner Bros. Disclosure tries to reduce expenses following its expensive consolidation.

"Shazam! Rage of the Gods," which was scheduled for Dec. 21, has been pushed to March 17, 2023.

"Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," which was set to make a big appearance on that March date is currently showing up on Christmas Day in 2023.

The delivery date shifts comes in the midst of a wild time for the recently shaped Warner Bros.

Disclosure. President David Zaslav has been sloping up cost-cutting estimates as of late, including cutbacks and content ends from real time feature HBO Max.

This incorporates racking the $90 million "Batgirl" flick that was set to make a big appearance on the stage as well as eliminating almost 200 "Sesame Street" episodes and many different shows.

ThereforAll things considered, the shift of the "Shazam" and "Aquaman" spin-offs are important for a comparative procedure.

Showcasing dramatic deliveries is expensive, so WarnerBros. Disclosure is reasonable hoping to fan out these tentpole deliveries across two years.

All things considered, the Dwayne Johnson-drove "Dark Adam" is set to hit theaters Oct. 21.