Disney+ has posted a trailer for what’s coming to its combined Disney+ and Hulu service in April, and within that reel there’s a genuine surprise.

It seems the home of Marvel is getting three films from the DCEU – specifically Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman” from 2017, and the two “Shazam” films.

The DCEU films previously showed up on Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav has previously hinted they could go elsewhere after their time on Netflix ended.

Zaslav said at the time (via Yahoo) that licensing out to others are generally for short runs of a few months, as opposed to Max where they have a more permanent home:

“Someone might have it for three months or six months. We always have those movies and we have the complete set of all those movies.”

The days of a studio not allowing its content to stream on a rival’s platform are well and truly over. Thing could soon be changing again too as a legal restriction that prevents Warner Bros. Discovery from merging or acquiring more studios expires this month.

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