After delaying Aquaman 2 and Shazam! 2 to 2023, Warner Bros. Discovery reportedly has enough money to release 3 more movies this year.

Reportedly, Warner Bros. Discovery can only afford to put out three more films for the remainder of 2022. 

Warner Bros., the company behind HBO and film and television franchises including Sex and the City and Harry Potter,

recently merged with Discovery and new president and CEO David Zaslav has made some controversial decisions in the wake of that announcement.

In the weeks that followed, over 40 titles - including exclusive original content - disappeared from the HBO Max streaming service,

causing many fans to worry about the future of their favorite shows and lament the loss of shows like Summer Camp Island and genera+ion as well as the removal of hundreds of Sesame Street episodes.

Warner Bros. Discovery made another troubling announcement. Evidently, the long-awaited sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom needed more time in post-production so it was pushed back by eight months.

This is at least the third time that the films' dates have been changed overall, though they were originally delayed when productions across the globe were stalled during the beginning.