Atlas Entertainment President and producer Charles Roven is not only intimately involved in the DC Cinematic Universe, he was key in changing the landscape of the superhero genre as we know it with Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Suffice it to say, the guy has some experience in bringing DC superhero characters to screen, and he faced one of his toughest challenges yet with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel follow-up that not only serves to expand the DC universe by introducing a new Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), but also laying the foundation for Warner Bros.’ inter-connected universe going forward.

Steve recently got the chance to sit down with Roven for an extended interview tied to last week’s trailer debut for Warcraft, which he also produced, but inevitably the conversation also moved to the DC Universe and, more specifically, Batman v Superman. He spoke about when we’ll next see new footage (hint: very soon), the grounded nature of the film, and more, but first he addressed the concept of “superhero fatigue” and how Warner Bros.’ slate of films hope to keep audiences engaged on an emotional level.

SOURCE: Collider (via Batman News)