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Watch: HBO Max Teases ‘Mortal Kombat’, ‘Space Jam 2’, ‘The Suicide Squad’ and More in New Sizzle Reel

Warner Bros. Pictures is shaking up the theatrical release model this year by releasing their entire movie slate simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max for a limited time. Wonder Woman 1984 was the first to try out this strategy, but the studio wanted to take it much further by sending movies like Godzilla vs. […]

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International box office: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, ‘The Croods: A New Age’ vie for top spot

Meanwhile ’The Dry’ starring Eric Bana topped the Australia box office.‘Wonder Woman 1984’ close to $100m in international marketsEstimated weekend takings of $4.7m in international markets pushed Wonder Woman 1984 to a $98.8m international total. Add in the $32.6m grossed so far in North America, and the Warner Bros/DC Films sequel has reached $131.4m globally.The […]

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Box Office Drops 67% in Its Second Weekend

Wonder Woman 1984 might have been flying high in its opening weekend, with the biggest post-pandemic opening yet, but it experienced a steep drop at domestic theaters in its second weekend. But whether that’s down to the unusual day-and-date release on HBO Max or poor word-of-mouth buzz is still uncertain. Deadline reports that the Wonder […]

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Patty Jenkins Says There Were 30 ‘Wonder Woman’ Scripts During Development & An “Internal War” On What The Character Should Be

“Wonder Woman 1984” dipped a strong 67% in its second week of available theaters in North America, perhaps proving that some things — like blockbusters losing a lot of business after their opening week — say the same during a global pandemic. The film has grossed $120 million globally so far,, and that’s a definitely […]

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‘Superman’ Director Richard Donner Doesn’t Like That Today’s Superhero Movies Are “Bleak And Angry”

All modern superhero movies owe a lot to the work of Richard Donner with the original “Superman” movie, whether it’s “Wonder Woman,” or “Shazam!” or “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Of course, many recent superhero movies go for a darker and grittier tone that’s far removed from the bright optimism of Donner’s 1978 film, and it […]

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Patty Jenkins’ Reveals Her Original ‘Wonder Woman’ Ending Was Focused On Human Ares And Less Rushed VFX & “Pyrotechnics”

If you’re like me, you probably explain your love of the first “Wonder Woman” film by saying you really like the first two-thirds but hate the last act. That’s because the first two acts are a fun, emotional adventure through WWI-torn Europe as Diana Prince and Steve Trevor fight bad guys and acclimate to this […]

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‘Rogue Squadron’: Chris Pine Has Spoken To Patty Jenkins About Her ‘Star Wars’ Film But Says He’s Not Involved

Chris Pine has ventured into the world of “Star Trek” as Captain Kirk in the most recent film reboot franchise. He’s also shown up in two “Wonder Woman” films. Pine has even voiced Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Hell, we might see him in a “Dungeons & Dragons” film, as well. All that […]

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How Private Screenings Boosted ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ to Pandemic-Record Box Office

“Wonder Woman 1984” earned the largest domestic opening weekend at the box office since the Covid-19 pandemic began, thanks in part to a new revenue source during the cash-strapped chaos of 2020: private screenings. Distribution execs at Warner Bros. say that more than 10,000 theaters in North America were booked for private screenings by moviegoers […]

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