Tag: Warner Bros. Discovery

The Marvels Won’t be Screend in IMAX Because of Dune

Disney’s humiliations keep piling up. On an earnings call (a transcript of which you can read here on Fool), IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond responded to concerns about Warner Bros. delaying the release of Dune: Part Two amid the actors’ and writers’ strikes. Gelfond attempted to assuage fears by say...

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Blue Beetle Director Pitched Bane Origin Movie

Angel Manuel Soto had a different idea for his DC Universe debut. The director of the upcoming Blue Beetle told Den of Geek that when Warner Bros. called him about a DC project, he didn’t realize they already had one in mind and pitched them several ideas. One of those was a Bane origin movie. &he...

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Blue Beetle is Set to Bomb, Everyone Tries to Act Surprised

In a development that will shock no one at all, Box Office Pro has Blue Beetle, the upcoming DC superhero movie from director Angel Manuel Soto, tracking for a $12-$17 million opening weekend and a $27-$55 million total domestic gross. That opening weekend prediction is lower than The Flash, Black A...

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Superman: Legacy Casts More Superheroes

Superman is going to have some heroic help in his DCU debut. First, Vanity Fair reported that three actors have been added to the cast of Superman: Legacy, the first film under James Gunn and Peter Safran’s revamped and rebooted DCU (except for Blue Beetle; I’m stifling a laugh as I type this). ...

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Screen Tests Reveal Superman: Legacy Details

DC’s first power couple is slowly coming to life once again. According to The Hollywood Reporter, James Gunn, the current co-CEO of DC Studios and the writer-director of Superman: Legacy, is holding auditions for the lead roles in the film, Superman and Lois Lane. The last round of screen tests wa...

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How The Flash Could Have Been Better

The Flash has been out for over a week now, and since it dropped 73% from its opening weekend, it’s safe to say the movie is not resonating. I didn’t like it – although I loved parts of it – and think it collapses under its own weight. But did it have to be this …

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