So far, the DC cinematic universe hasn’t had a great start. With reviews of Man of Steel, and this year’s Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad leaning towards the negative, the folks in charge are trying anything they can think of to get their next few films in development back on track. Whether those fixes will actually work remains to be seen, but at least the movies’ lackluster performance is being noticed by those on the production side.
The Time Warner top dog says DC has "more lightness" than what's been seen in DC films so far.
Variety is reporting that Time Warner chairman-CEO Jeff Bewkes told investors today that there is "a little room for improvement" in the creative execution of DC Comics movie slate. Site mentions that Bewkes did stress that the two ...
Jeff Bewkes was clear, however, that the financial success of the films will allow them the opportunity to right the creative ship The post Warner Bros. CEO Admits DC Films Have ‘Room For Improvement’ appeared first on CBR.com.
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