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Report: Warner Bros Shaking Up DCEU Leadership After Lacklustre Justice League Performance

Image. Warner Bros. Mixed reactions to Justice League aside, Warner Bros. is going to keep on making movies based on DC Comics' vast stable of superhero characters. Of course, that's not going to change. According to a new Variety article, what will change are the people in charge of those films and the people performing in them. More »      
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