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Zack Snyder Planning ‘Justice League’ Reshoots With Original Cast You could say he’s going to reunite the Seven. Continue reading…

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JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE SNYDER CUT Images Reveal A New Look At Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne And Batman Justice League: The Snyder Cut remains on track to be released on HBO Max next year, and the excitement surrounding Zack Snyder's vision for the movie remains as massive as ever.  It's hard to say when we'll get our next look at the DC Comics adaptation after that amazing DC FanDome trailer reveal, especially when WarnerMedia has yet to reveal the premiere date of the first episode (the initial plan is for the four-hour director's cut to be presented in an episodic format). In the meantime, both the official "Snyder Cut" Twitter account and Snyder himself have shared new

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WONDER WOMAN 1984: More Details Revealed About The Decision To Move The Sequel To Christmas Day Collider has shared more details on Warner Bros.' decision to move Wonder Woman 1984 from October 2nd to December 25th, a Christmas Day release date which puts it just one week after Dune's debut on December 18th. The site claims that Tenet's disappointing opening weekend wasn't a factor, and that the studio has been considering that new slot for a while now.  The belief is that this holiday frame can quite easily support both blockbusters, similar to how Jumanji: The Next Level and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker occupied the same space last year.

WONDER WOMAN 1984: More Details Revealed About The Decision To Move The Sequel To Christmas Day Collider has shared more details on Warner Bros.' decision to move Wonder Woman 1984 from October 2nd to December 25th, a Christmas Day release date which puts it just one week after Dune's debut on December 18th. The site claims that Tenet's disappointing opening weekend wasn't a factor, and that the studio has been considering that new slot for a while now.  The belief is that this holiday frame can quite easily support both blockbusters, similar to how Jumanji: The Next Level and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker occupied the same space last year.

WONDER WOMAN 1984 Will No Longer Be Released On October 2nd, But We May Still See It This Year Like every other 2020 blockbuster, Wonder Woman 1984 was delayed earlier this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With Tenet and The New Mutants now playing, the hope was that the DC Comics sequel would meet its planned October 2nd release date even with many theaters still closed. Yesterday, we first heard rumblings that Warner Bros.

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