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Warner Bros Hires Moving Van – Moves Wonder Woman To New Release Date

by Alex Beanon April 6, 2016
Warner Bros. has moved Wonder Woman to a new release date. Originally scheduled to release on June 23, 2017, Warner Bros. has now moved the superhero-themed flick up three weeks to June 2, 2017. In the new date slot, Wonder Woman will now be released on the same weekend as “Bad Boys 3” and kiddie […]
Let’s Be Clear – There Will Be No Talking About Feelings In Batman LEGO Movie Trailer

Let’s Be Clear – There Will Be No Talking About Feelings In Batman LEGO Movie Trailer

by Alex Beanon March 29, 2016
The upcoming [release date: February 10, 2017] Batman LEGO movie is so awesome that it gets not one, but two, teaser trailers when it is more than a year away. However, under no circumstances shall Batman’s feelings be discussed in either trailer. Under. No. Circumstances.

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Meet Your New Rita Repulsa – Elizabeth Banks

by Alex Beanon February 3, 2016
The upcoming reboot of the “Power Rangers” television series has cast Elizabeth Banks [“Pitch Perfect 2”] as the villain, Rita Repulsa, who has designs on taking over the planet [like all good villains do]. “Power Rangers” is currently scheduled to be released on March 24, 2017.
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Spider-Man Set To Open In Imax In 2017

by Alex Beanon January 27, 2016
First, “Spider-Man”‘s release date was moved up three weeks and now we know why – to put it first in the IMAX theater opening line in 2017. Originally scheduled to be released on July 28, 2017, Sony/Marvel Studios’ feature film reboot of the Spider-Man franchise will be digitally re-mastered into the Imax 3D format. Sony/Marvel […]

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Justice League And Wonder Woman Get Release Dates

by Alex Beanon January 21, 2016
Warner Bros. has finally made it official and announced release dates for two of their upcoming superhero-themed feature films – “Wonder Woman” and “Justice League Part One”. “Wonder Woman” has been scheduled to be released on June 23, 2017, while “Justice League Part One” has been scheduled to be released on November 17, 2017. Although […]
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Power Rangers’ Release Date Moved Back Two Months

by Alex Beanon December 17, 2015
Lionsgate announced that they would take their movie reboot of the Power Rangers television series out of a Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend opening and instead have it open two months later in the midst of what will be spring break for much of the nation’s kids. Originally scheduled to be released in January […]

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Gal Gadot As The New Wonder Woman

by Alex Beanon November 22, 2015
Gone are Lynda Carter’s gigantic, um, er, belt and costume, replaced by a monk-like hoodie and Gal Gadot in this first official image released for the reboot of “Wonder Woman”. No word on whether or not the invisible airplane and lasso have made the cut for the movie, which is currently scheduled to be released […]
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Mariah Carey to Voice Gotham’s Mayor In LEGO Batman Movie

by Alex Beanon November 9, 2015
Singer Mariah Carey is reported to be in negotiations to play the role of Commissioner Gordon in the upcoming LEGO Batman movie. Carey will join a cast that currently includes Ralph Fiennes as Alfred the Butler, Will Arnett as Batman, Michael Cera as Robin, Rosario Dawson as Batgirl and Zach Galifianakis as The Joker. The […]

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How To Train Your Dragon 3 Pushed Back To 2017

by Alex Beanon September 5, 2014
Despite “How To Train Your Dragon 2” bringing in $602 million worldwide to date – making it the best grossing animated film of the year – Dreamworks Animation has pushed back their third session of dragon training another year as “How To Train Your Dragon 3” was moved to 2017 from its original release date […]
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Warner Bros To Disney/Marvel – “It’s On!” – Launches Comic Book Movie Onslaught

by Alex Beanon August 7, 2014
Disney/Marvel has pretty much had the comic book superhero movie blockbuster category to themselves for most of the decade so far but Warner Bros has thrown down the gauntlet this week by announcing they will have 13 – count ‘em, 13 – new films over the course of the next five and a half years […]