With the DC Extended Universe moving past Zack Snyder's dark vision, fans have been wondering what's next on the docket for the highly-polarizing filmmaker. Well, Snyder himself has shed light on his next move with the reveal of The Stone Quarry, his new production house.
On his Vero account, he detailed the media venture as a film, television and animation content producer, which appears to be a rebranding of his Cruel & Unusual Films banner. That media house was associated with his all of past work such as 300, Watchmen, Man of Steel and the other DCEU movies, and this new move signals he too wants to chart a new era following the tanking of Justice League.
"New Year. New Identity. After 14 amazing years making groundbreaking entertainment under the Cruel & Unusual Films Moniker, we're excited to unveil our new company identity as we move into 2019 and beyond," he said in his statement. "Although Cruel & Unusual Films will always be a proud part of our legacy, our new and exciting future creative endeavors will be mined, chiseled and honed in THE STONE QUARRY."
Snyder's announcement dubbed The Stone Quarry as "a sacred creative space that has been four years in the making."
With Aquaman more or less confirming that DC's films will no longer be adhering to Snyder's style, this new adventure does seem like a fresh start while still acting as a spiritual successor to what made him successful in the first place. Undoubtedly, fans will be waiting to hear which projects he'll be working on next under this new banner, and how his career will unfold after the DCEU.