Zack Snyder’s Justice League was released in March 2021 on HBO Max. Warner Bros reported that a number of executives and producers were targeted viciously by the Snyder Cut fandom, whose ranks were later found to contain a significant amount of fake accounts. The studio never want to work with Zack Snyder again, but his vision was seen in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and The Flash.
Warner Bros. Discovery has killed its $78 million Batgirl movie six months after it wrapped production. Adding insult to injury, the film’s cast members didn’t receive a heads-up and were “blindsided,” sources say.
On Aug 3, Warner Bros. Discovery axed the Batgirl movie. They have commented that the film’s cast members didn’t receive a heads-up and were “blindsided.” One source familiar with audience testing for the film likened it to “a bad episode of TV,” while another said, “It’s definitely not theatrical.” The new regime at WBD, headed up by David Zaslav, has handed down a mandate that DC films should be released theatrically or not at all.
Rolling Stone says “In a telling sign of how far the studio is looking to distance itself from Snyder, a source says documentary filmmaker Leslie Iwerks recently asked to license clips from the 2021 Justice League for a film on the history of DC and was told there is only one Justice League: the 2017 incarnation.”
Source: Rolling Stone
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