The upcoming slate, with “Shazam,” “Joker,” “Wonder Woman 1984” and “Birds of Prey,” feels like we’re on the right track. We have the right people in the right jobs working on it. The universe isn’t as connected as we thought it was going to be five years ago. You’re seeing much more focus on individual experiences around individual characters. That’s not to say we won’t at some point come back to that notion of a more connected universe. But it feels like that’s the right strategy for us right now.In other words, while Marvel's cinematic universe continues to overlap and collapse into itself as all its characters and story lines converge, Warner Bros. is finding more success letting the DC characters exist on their own. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, this revelation seemed to dawn on the studio when Wonder Woman blew up at the box office:
What Patty Jenkins did on “Wonder Woman” illustrated to us what you could do with these characters who are not Batman and Superman. Obviously, we want to get those two in the right place, and we want strong movies around Batman and Superman. But “Aquaman” is a perfect example of what we can do. They’re each unique and the tone’s different in each movie.The biggest mistake that Warner Bros. made was trying to rush straight into the big superhero team-up before we actually got to know any of these characters. Now that Justice League has come and gone, Warner Bros. has been able to get back to individual stories, and the DCEU has finally started to strike a chord with general audiences.
The Crew Dragon features solar arrays affixed to the side of the spacecraft’s trunk, a launch escape system that will allow crew members to escape an anomaly at any point during flight, a large hatch and windows and a redesigned outer mold line to enhance crew comfort. The first uncrewed flight is an important step in returning human launches on American rockets and spacecraft to the space station from U.S. soil since 2011.