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‘Justice League’ is reportedly the last DC Comics movie Zack Snyder will direct

Zack Snyder has directed or executive produced all of the movies in the DC Comics franchise for Warner Bros. to this point.

2 ways the Disney-Fox deal could concentrate an intense amount of power in the media world

Disney is close to buying assets from 21st Century Fox, and it could mean Disney ends up owning 30%-40% of the US box office, and 60% of Hulu.
Gal Gadot in "Wonder Woman."

‘Wonder Woman’ fuels Warner Bros. to top $5 billion at the 2017 global box office

Warner Bros. surpasses $5 billion at the worldwide box office in a single year for the second time in its history.
A computer-generated Rachael appears in "Blade Runner: 2049."

A body double, CGI skull, and secret filming sessions: Inside the yearlong process to bring this beloved character to the ‘Blade Runner’ s...

Here's how Sean Young's famous Rachael character from the original "Blade Runner" got into the sequel.

Here’s what is at stake in the proposed $84.5 billion AT&T takeover of Time Warner

If AT&T is allowed to complete its takeover of Time Warner, it will control some of the most popular TV networks in the US.
"Justice League."

Warner Bros. could reportedly lose up to around $100 million on ‘Justice League’

"Justice League" is a critical disappointment and it's looking to be a financial one for Warner Bros. as well.
"Justice League."

4 reasons ‘Justice League’ has flopped at the box office

"Justice League" opened over the weekend below expectations. Here's what happened.
Gal Gadot.

Gal Gadot confirms that Brett Ratner won’t be involved in ‘Wonder Woman’ sequel

But it isn't because of the "Wonder Woman" star's ultimatum.
"Justice League."

‘Justice League’ is agonizing to watch — and Zack Snyder is to blame

The long-awaited "Justice League" movie is here, and the director Zack Synder messed it up.

Warner Bros. says the viral story of Gal Gadot refusing to be in ‘Wonder Woman 2’ if Brett Ratner is involved is ‘false’

Brett Ratner's production company financed "Wonder Woman," but it probably won't be involved in the sequel.