After Batman V Superman, DC's release schedule includes Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, The Justice League Part One, The Flash, Aquaman, another Batman movie, Shazam!, Justice League: Part Two, and Cyborg. There's more than that, but it's off-label s**t. This is basically the DC version of Marvel and its The Avengers setup. They need to turn all that s**t off, right now.
One week after the release of Batman V Superman, reports were saying Suicide Squad was under going reshoots to add more humor and lightness. Basically, they realized why Batman V Superman sucked, and Suicide Squad sucks in the exact same way, so they want to fix it. Good luck, reshoots that try to completely change the tone of a film always work.
Especially on Will Smith movies ...
Let's go back in time a minute. The 1978 film Superman managed a solid three sequels, even though part four may be one of the worst movies ever made. This happens. Look at the Batman films, which started in 1989. The fourth one in that series is also one of the worst movies ever made. That takes us all the way to 1997 -- eight DC movies covering two characters.
In 1998, Marvel released Blade, starring Wesley Snipes. Let's consider this the start of Marvel's foray into proper filmmaking. They had earlier films, but they aren't worth mentioning. Blade was a real, adult-type movie: well-made, sleek, and chock-full of action. Since then, Marvel has released 38 films, all the way up to Captain America: Civil War. DC, including those original eight Batman and Superman films, have released 23 films. Films that include two Swamp Thing movies, Steel, Catwoman, Jonah Hex, Green Lantern, and some other winners. So, with an extra two decades, we got Jonah Hex from DC.