Last week, Warner Bros. felt the wrath of the comic book and Latino community when they announced that their Batgirl films starring In The Heights star, Leslie Grace would not be seeing the light of day ever.
The latest anticipated film in the Friday franchise may never come as 'Last Friday' is in the middle of an intense beef between Warner Bros and Ice Cube, the film's creator.
One of those things happens to be the rumor that she's on a shortlist to be the director of an upcoming Superman film for DC and Warner Bros.
The move comes after it was announced that Wonder Woman 1984 would be going the same route this coming Christmas in an effort to keep people home and prevent more spreading of COVID-19.
Ava DuVernay has come a long way from her Hip-Hop roots to now becoming world-renowned as an Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated director. DuVernay has just signed a multi-year $100 million dollar deal with Warners Bros TV Group, which will see her developing ideas and programming across multiple genres.
Coming off a critically lauded performance in the comedic hit, Trainwreck, it appears that it is time for LeBron James to take on more roles in Hollywood.
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The movie and comics world are both abuzz after a recent announcement by Warner Bros. that a slate of DC Comics films are in development, including Wonder Woman and Justice League. In that announcement was a mention of a Suicide Squad film, and it is rumored that Will Smith and Tom Hardy are considering roles.
The DC Comics movie universe has been forming since Zack Snyder‘s 2013 Superman reboot Man Of Steel. In 2017, one of the comic line’s most beloved characters and a collection of powerful allies will have their own films as well.
Warner Bros. hasn’t enjoyed the success within the comic book movie world when compared to its chief rival, Marvel Studios. The movie studio’s fortunes might change after it plans to announce a series of Justice League solo films, featuring classic DC Comics names like Wonder Woman, Flash and more.