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Superhero Bits: Comic-Con At Home Panels Mostly Pre-Recorded, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Barbie Dolls & More

Why can’t Ray Fisher get more specific about his complaints regarding Joss Whedon‘s work on Justice League? Are you interested in a Stan Lee Universe featuring non-Marvel characters? Which comic book role does Janelle Monáe have a great desire to play? Did you know Batman Returns has an Easter egg reference to The Flash? Want […]

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Date Pushed to October 2020 Following ‘Tenet’ Shift

Immediately after Warner Bros. announced the two-week delay of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the studio pushed back the release date of another highly-anticipated blockbuster. Wonder Woman 1984, which was already moved from its initial June 2020 release to August on account of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, has been pushed back yet again to a fall release […]

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Universal Moves Tom Hanks Post-Apocalypse Movie ‘Bios’ Back to 2021

Universal Pictures has moved the Tom Hanks post-apocalypse movie “Bios” back to 2021 in the latest of an array of release date changes amid the Covid-19 pandemic.“Bios,” from Steven Spielberg’s Amblin banner, will move from Oct. 2 to April 16, 2021. “Bios,” which came together in 2017 with “Game of Thrones” helmer Miguel Sapochnik directing […]

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Jumps To October Following ‘Tenet’ Summer Shift

Wonder Woman 1984 is flying from August 14 to October 2 this year.The sequel’s star Gal Gadot also made the news official on Twitter today (see below).All of this comes in the immediate wake of Warner Bros. shifting Christopher Nolan’s Tenet from July 17 to July 31. Tenet is anticipated to be the big event […]

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13 Highlights From Ava DuVernay’s #ARRAYNow Tweet-a-Thon With More Than 60 Directors

Talk about using the power of #FilmTwitter for good.On Thursday, director Ava DuVernay and her film collective Array unleashed the power of Twitter to educate and inspire the film community with a 10-hour tweet-a-thon event for cinephiles to ask their favorite filmmakers all about how and why they make the movies they’ve made.More than 60 […]

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Trump Wants Movie Theaters Reopened, But Blockbusters Will Be Slow to Return

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that cinemas might slowly be able to reopen in the coming months. The news, tucked into a larger set of guidelines detailing when — and how — the U.S. economy can resume during the coronavirus pandemic, was a beacon of hope for movie theater owners, whose business has been devastated […]

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Disney Moves ‘Soul,’ ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Release Dates

Disney announced on Monday morning that it will move the release dates for two of its upcoming animated films, Pixar’s “Soul” and Disney Animation’s “Raya and the Last Dragon,” in response to ongoing theater closures due to the coronavirus.“Soul,” which was slated for release in June, will now be released on November 20. “Raya and […]

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Brad Pitt’s Plan B Strikes First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. That Could Include HBO Max

Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment has signed a first-look feature deal with Warner Bros., which will distribute its films worldwide. The move comes at the tail-end of the company’s previous three-year deal with Annapurna Pictures.Variety reported that Plan B’s deal with Warners represents a doubling-down of the company’s vision to produce substantive, theatrical films from […]

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