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It seems some at Warner Bros. are coming a bit concerned over Johnny Depp continuing in the role of Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts movies. Depp was revealed at the end of the first Fantastic Beasts film to be playing Grindelwald, the top bad guy for this five-film series. There were immediate concerns over his… read more


It seems that Warner Bros. may have finally realized you need to learn how to walk before you can run. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. film chief Toby Emmerich said some interesting stuff about the DCEU. What does the success of Aquaman mean for the DC Universe? We all feel… read more


You can stop holding your breath for Mad Max sequels as those are probably not happening now. It has been revealed that George Miller is locked in a lawsuit with Warner Brothers over a $7M bonus the director claims he was promised. Reportedly he was offered the bonus if he brought Mad Max: Fury Road… read more

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Warner Brothers future DC Comics film plans are starting to take shape if some new domain name registrations are to be believed. The folks over at Tech Times noticed Warner Brothers recently purchased itself four shiny new domain names. Those include: All four domains currently redirect you to Warner Brothers main… read more

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Warner Brothers has blinked and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is changing release dates. Lets be fair for a moment, Marvel had long ago staked out May 6,2016 as a film release date, although which film it was wasn’t revealed for a while. Then Warner Bros. comes along and decides that would be an… read more


Stephen Amell, better known as ‘Arrow,’ would like to see his character stand with the DC Cinematic Universe characters, and you surely can’t blame him. I’ve stated before on Twitter and other sources how much I’m enjoying Arrow, and a lot of that is thanks to the performance of Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen/Arrow. Now… read more

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Yes folks, the Americans are once again going to attempt to make a Godzilla movie … that sound you just heard was me crying. In 1998, Godzilla was made by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, the “filmmakers” who also gave us Independence Day, and it was pretty much considered a complete disaster of a movie.… read more

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