DCEU-A Potential Director Slate

Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara announced that Walter Hamada, creative and leader of Warner’s horror division (behind films like The Conjuring, IT and Annabelle) would come to head up their DC division. Hamada promised “a new era” for DC Films. So far, he seems to be delivering. Not only are Aquaman, Wonder Woman 1984 and Shazam!…

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One Year Later, Wonder Woman Remains a Masterpiece

The year is 2008. The Dark Knight, the second flick in Christopher Nolan’s expertly crafted Dark Knight Trilogy, has just premiered in theaters, to resounding positive response from fans and critics alike. The picture is a stunning piece of filmmaking, not only from a technological standpoint but from the perspective of the acting, directing and…

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Luke Cage & Police Brutality- A Missed Opportunity

As of late, the superhero genre has been lauded for its attempts to represent minority groups in their pictures. DC and Warner Bros., for example, were the first to provide a leading female, blockbuster superhero with Wonder Woman, an iconic, successful film that nearly broke $1 billion worldwide. The following year, Disney/Marvel shattered records with Black Panther,…

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