Warner Bros. drastically revamped its movie schedule after ‘Batman v Superman’ backlash


It’s important to note that Batman v Superman isn’t exactly a failure at the box office. Gal is received great reviews for her Wonder Woman debut in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, which is in theaters now! Sadly, there aren’t any details available regarding precisely what these films are going to be, but having seen what the movies have to offer so far and have planned coming up, we have a few guesses as to what they could be. It has become the first film in the studio to follow the strategy of Marvel and successfully exploited the massive DC library through many superduper blockbuster movies. Following that sub-par reception, which comes after the studio also suffered poor results from big-budget films like Pan and In the Heart of the Sea, rumblings have begun that WB is considering changing its game plan. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has said he was going to focus on more movies from preexisting properties like the Harry Potter franchise (the planned Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trilogy), DC Comics, and Lego (The Lego Batman Movie). This puts a little bit of time between the two, and the hope is that perhaps casual film goers will have their Jungle Book palette cleansed by then. The same goes for the 2019 release. Pellegrini: Still work to do to reach semi-finals
Looking at the stats, we played the match we wanted to, but we made mistakes, in part due to City’s quality. He told reporters: “We feel we can go through at home but we know it will be a tough game”. However, Warner Bros. will still continue to let their reliable “family” directors such as Ben Affleck, Christopher Nolan, Clint Eastwood and Todd Phillips make movies at the studio. Whatever they turn out to be, they join the stuffed schedule of DC films that includes Wonder Woman, Suicide Squad (August 5th), The Justice League – Part One (November 17th, 2017), The Flash (March 16th, 2018), Aquaman (July 27th, 2018), Shazam! Doubling down on blockbusters that aren’t performing as well as expected seems just as risky as any other big budget movie, right? Ted Cruz win in Wisconsin leaves Donald Trump damaged front-runner
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