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Jungle Book: Origins Pushed Back to 2017

Warner has just pushed back the release date for Andy Serkis’ Jungle Book: Origins nearly a year after the original schedule. The film is now scheduled for theatrical release on October 6, 2017. The interesting thing about the delay is that it means Disney’s own Jungle Book adaptation, which is a CG/live-action take from Jon Favreau, will get first dibs on moviegoers’ eyes, as it will ...

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Warner Looking for Wonder Woman Director

When it comes to news regarding upcoming comic book movies, we used to get hiring of directors revealed first and then the stars afterwards. DC’s Wonder Woman is one of the not-so-rare exceptions. We’re only getting news that Warner is looking for a director now, even though Gal Gadot has locked in the lead role for some time (despite the massive and IMO unwarranted complaints about her not ...

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David Ayer to Adapt DC’s Suicide Squad for the Big Screen?

There are rumors floating around that Fury and End of Watch Director has been approached by Warner Bros to direct a big screen adaptation of the Suicide Watch comic book. The book focuses on a team consisting of several villains from various DC superheroes’ rogues gallery, with the more notable members including Deadshot and Harley Quinn. ...

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New URLs Registered by Warner Hints at Movie Plans

The Tech Times has recently caught wind of a number of new URL registrations from Warner that seems to provide telltale signs of their plans for the DC properties, as far as movies are concerned. The newly registered URLs are ShazamMovie.com, JusticeLeagueFilm.com, WonderWomanTheMovie.com, and AquamanMovie.com. Each of the sites currently redirect to Warner’s home page, so there’s very little ...

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DC Stands Firm on Batman vs. Superman Release Date

When the DC/Warner camp first announced the release date of their upcoming Batman vs. Superman film as May 6, 2015, many fans criticized the move and labeled it as a dumb one. The reason being that said release date will put the Man of Steel sequel in direct competition with Marvel’s 3rd Captain America film and possibly face fallout from Avengers: Age of Ultron, which is scheduled for May 1, ...

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