Following recent change in DC Studio’s executive team, axed actors are rumored to be jumping ship to a more 'welcoming' comic book cinematic universe.
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The recent film’s star and producer Dwayne Johnson has confirmed the newly launched franchise will not continue in the new DCU, reassures there’s no bad blood with DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn.
Major changes are coming to the superpowered studio now run by new co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran; fans are worried their beloved character actors are in danger.
Newly reigning duo James Gunn and Peter Safran have officially axed Patty Jenkins’ third foray into the adventures of Lady Diana, with more shockers sure to come as the honchos unveil their blueprint for the DCU’s future.
The visual effects studio integrates its proprietary ‘Parallax’ virtual production system with Unreal Engine and ray tracing tools to help award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay and a host of top film directors, including Michael Mann and Patty Jenkins, step inside and dissect their favorite shots.
DC Kids FanDome kicked off this past Saturday with exclusive looks and announcements about ‘Aquaman: King of Atlantis,’ coming to HBO Max October 21, Batwheels coming to HBO Max and Cartoon Network in 2022, ‘DC League of Super-Pets’ coming to theaters in May 2022, new apps, digital experiences, and new streaming series all for the youngest DC fans.
While reports remain unconfirmed by the ‘Wonder Woman’ star, sources claim the disgraced director clashed with the actor after she expressed doubts about aggressive dialogue.
Brand-new fully-CG ‘Mother Box Origins’ trailer, based on Zack Snyder’s own drawings, is packed with clues and symbolic imagery chronicling the long journey to restore the director’s original vision.
Watch Gal Gadot kick ass Wonder Women, mixing it up with new BFF turned villain Kristen Wiig, as she once again holds the fate of the world in her hands; now available on Premium Video on Demand.
Scooby-Doo and the gang teams up with celebrities and pop culture icons to solve some of their toughest mysteries yet; special appearances include NBA superstar Chris Paul, recording artist Halsey, George Takei, Christian Slater, and Kenan Thompson.
While one might think the ‘Wonder Woman’ director was hired for her talents and ideas, she claims she was initially hired ‘simply’ because she was a woman.
The director claims Steve’s body-swap plot was a play on the popular 80s film trope, and an example of what ‘not’ to do.
Actor calls out Warner Bros., citing DC Films president Walter Hamada as a ‘dangerous kind of enabler,’ effectively ending his career as Cyborg.
Festive month-long slate includes episodes of ‘Apple & Onion,’ ‘Total Dramarama,’ ‘Thundercats Roar!’ and a not to be missed airing of ‘Wonder Woman’ with exclusive content in the lead up to HBO Max’s Christmas day premiere of ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
Warner Bros. will be bringing Christmas cheer to its U.S. streaming platform subscribers as well as theatregoers who brave the pandemic, as it announces its highly anticipated kick-ass superhero film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, will open both in cinemas and living rooms December 25.
Cinema runs for 20th Century Studios’ ‘Free Guy’ and ‘Death on the Nile’ have been postponed until next year, leaving Warner Bros’ ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ as the last big studio film still scheduled to hit theatres in 2020.
Company strengthens its creative offerings by naming new heads of 3D and 2D departments, respectively.
Warner Bros. once more moves the release date - hopefully it sticks this time - of their highly anticipated kick-ass superhero film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot.
Multi-year deal calls for scripted narrative podcasts drawing upon existing IP, including iconic DC characters and Warner franchises.
Streamer shares snippet featuring Wonder Woman cut from 2017 film version that the director is restoring in updated ‘Snyder Cut,’ debuting on HBO Max in 2021
A magical trident holds the key for half human, half Atlantean Arthur Curry to unite the worlds of above and below in Warner Bros’ epic undersea action-adventure.
Presentation on Warner Bros. upcoming action-adventure, featuring Jason Momoa as the aquatic DC Comics superhero, rocks the Hall H audience.
Second place finish for ‘Justice League’ puts Warner Bros. past the $2 billion mark for domestic ticket sales in 2017.