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Warner Brothers registered 4 domains for the DC comic book movie franchise

 A dejected United States fan dressed up as Wonder Woman looks down during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group G match between the United States and Portugal at Arena Amazonia on June 22, 2014 in Manaus, Brazil.
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According to Tech Times on Monday, Warner Brothers had been in slow preparation in the building of the DC Cinematic Universe. This franchise has started with Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" and now it looks like the studios have already registered four domain names for the franchise.

The three characters, Batman, played by Ben Affleck, Wonder Woman, as portrayed by Israeli actress Gal Gadot, and the previous "Man of Steel" celebrity, Henry Cavill, had their costumes debuted at this years San Diego Comic Con. Some may think this is rather telling in what's in store for the future of the DC Cinematic Universe.

These registered online domain names give to some fans assurance and/or speculation as what to expect in the future. Recently, Warner Brothers has revealed its nine upcoming movies slated between the years 2016 to 2020 and should take a while before it comes to a head.

The registered domains follows as such:

ShazamMovie.com

JusticeLeagueFilm.com

AquamanMovie.com

JusticeLeagueFilm.com

To note, if a user decides to plug in these universal resource locators into their browser, they'll be redirected to Warner Brother's main website. That being said, fans won't get much of a glimpse of anything through these sites just yet. The purpose of these already registered sites is to prevent any kind of outside parties from grabbing the domains by the same name and sit on them indefinitely for the intention of profiting.

There had been so many rumors about Aquaman being in these series of films as well as Shazam that this is quite telling of these characters possible existence in the franchise. Also with Wonder Woman already appearing in "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice", it would just make sense for her have her own solo film as well as domain name.