DC Bosses Didn't "Fire" Henry Cavill; Talk About the Destiny of Robert Pattinson, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Filmmakers and More in the New Universe

Putting out that fire, Safran said on Monday that the door is still open to do more with these actors in DC roles.

When new DC Co-Presidents and CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran took their new roles last fall, there was a lot of turmoil in town with their quick decisions.

"There's no reason why all the people you mentioned couldn't be a part of the DCU, we just haven't decided what story we want to tell involving Shazam or Aquaman," Safran said.

While Ben Affleck's Batman is expected to appear in the Flash movie, which is due to be released on June 16, Safran and Gunn have already made it clear that they are looking for Oscar-winning filmmaker Argo for directing.

As for DC's future with Momoa, Safran said, "Jason has always seen Aquaman as a trilogy."

There were also rumors that Momoa would take on the role of Lobo in DC. "I'm going to say we won't have an actor playing two different roles," Gunn said on Monday. Another rule-of-thumb forward for acting in the new DCU: No matter what character an actor plays in a TV series, he'll be playing it on the big screen.