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Doctor Strange sequel continuing remote pre-production to make June date The show must go on! As Hollywood has gone dark amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it has left many films that were in various stages of production in limbo. Marvel Studios is hoping for a superhero miracle that their sequel, DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS, will be able to make their planned June date to begin filming because pre-production on the film has continued, despite… Read More...

Ann Bembi’s New ‘Wonder Woman’ Posters Deliver the Hero We Need Right Now With all the chaos happening in the world right now, we need heroes. Thankfully, there are plenty of those in the medical profession who are doing everything they can to save as many lives as possible. But it doesn’t hurt to take solace in fictional superheroes, especially when they’re crafted so majestically by a great artist. Bottleneck Gallery is releasing two new Wonder Woman prints today with stunning artwork by Ann Bembi. Each is a portrait of Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero, and they both look like they belong in a museum.

WONDER WOMAN 1984: Warner Bros. Denies Plans To Scrap The Sequel's Theatrical Release Despite reports that Wonder Woman 1984 could end up skipping theaters and heading straight to Digital or a streaming service like HBO Max, Warner Bros. is now rushing to deny that we won't see the sequel on the big screen. According to Indie Wire, the studio has "confirmed" that the sequel will indeed receive a full theatrical run. Now, before we get too ahead of ourselves here, it's worth pointing out that The Wrap shared comments denying that it was the plan, and only said that it was something the studio is considering.

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Concept Art Reveals Another Take On Daisy Ridley's Dark Rey When "Dark Rey" was revealed in one of the trailers for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, fans understandably started losing their minds.

WONDER WOMAN 1984: Warner Bros. Denies Plans To Scrap The Sequel's Theatrical Release Despite reports that Wonder Woman 1984 could end up skipping theaters and heading straight to Digital or a streaming service like HBO Max, Warner Bros. is now rushing to deny that we won't see the sequel on the big screen. According to Indie Wire, the studio has "confirmed" that the sequel will indeed receive a full theatrical run. Now, before we get too ahead of ourselves here, it's worth pointing out that The Wrap shared comments denying that it was the plan, and only said that it was something the studio is considering.

Wonder Woman 1984 Will Not Go Straight to Streaming, Theatrical Release Still Planned Warner Bros. has toyed with the idea of releasing Wonder Woman 2 direct to streaming video but have decided against the movie.

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