wonder woman release date

All eyes are on Warner Bros. right now and not necessarily for the reasons they want. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has made a ton of cash, but that 69% drop between the first and second weekends has everyone (including people who normally don’t pay attention to box office news) talking. The still new DC movie universe isn’t on fire yet, but it’s definitely singed. The studio is well-aware that they’re in a precarious position and need to carefully consider what they do next.

And something is definitely going on behind the scenes. Warner Bros. has announced a slew of changes to their schedule, including new release dates for Wonder Woman, Jungle Book: Origins, and two untitled DC superhero movies.

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31 release date

Everybody loves a clown, so why don’t you? Well, probably because the movies have taught us that clowns tend to be insane murderers at best and child-devouring supernatural entities at worst. Anyone willing to put on a red nose and a wig, cinema says, is someone you should not trust.

But hey, at least they make pretty solid fodder for horror movies and it’s starting to look like 2016 will be a banner year for the “evil clowns kill a bunch of people” subgenre. 31 and Clown, both about evil circus folk and both represented by noteworthy filmmakers, have landed release dates. Nightmares do come true!

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To the White Sea movie

As Warner Bros. prepares to launch Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice into theaters this weekend, it’s locked down release date for several other big upcoming releases — including Live By Night, directed by and starring the Batfleck himself, and Annabelle 2. Get the Live By Night release date details and more below.  Read More »

bloodline

Perhaps Bloodline isn’t as popular as House of Cards and Daredevil, the drama is one of Netflix’s finest shows. The first season of the series featured Kyle ChandlerBen MendelsohnSam ShepardSissy SpacekLinda Cardellini and more delivering excellent performances as the Rayburns, a family that’s been broken for a long time.

The Bloodline season two premiere date has been set for May 27th. Learn more about the upcoming season, and see the first Bloodline season 2 images, below. (Note: Spoilers follow.)

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The Lobster

After spending the past year lighting up the festival circuit, Yorgos Lanthimos‘ The Lobster is finally gearing up for its U.S. theatrical debut. Originally, the plan was for Alchemy to release The Lobster in the states on March 11, but as you may have noticed, that didn’t happen — the distributor ran into some financial troubles, and the release was scrapped. So A24 has swooped in to scoop it up, and now they’ve announced a new U.S. release date for The Lobster and unveiled a new U.S. trailer to go with it.

Colin Farrell leads the blackly comic romance as a man desperate to find love — because in his society, people who stay single too long get turned into animals. And it doesn’t get any less weird from there. Rachel WeiszOlivia ColmanBen WhishawJohn C. Reilly, and Ben Whishaw also star. Watch the latest The Lobster trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Holidays trailer

If middling ensemble rom-coms are your preferred method of celebrating the holidays, Garry Marshall’s recent output should have you covered. But if you’d prefer to be scared senseless on all the special days of the year? Well then, the new horror anthology Holidays might be more in your wheelhouse.

Directors Kevin SmithGary Shore (Dracula Untold), Scott Stewart (Dark Skies), Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer (Starry Eyes), Sarah Adina Smith (The Midnight Swim), Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact), Adam Egypt Mortimer (Some Kind of Hate), and Anthony Scott Burns (Darknet) all contributed to the film, which consists of different segments corresponding to different holidays. The first Holidays trailer has just hit, along with release date details. Check it all out after the jump.

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AMC’s ‘Preacher’ Sets Premiere Date

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It’s been a long, long journey to the screen for Preacher. First the Garth Ennis and Steven Dillon comic book series was going to be a film (with James Marsden attached to play the lead at one point), and then it was going to be an HBO series, and then it was going to be a movie again (this time with Sam Mendes and then D.J. Caruso linked to the directing gig), and then, finally, about two years ago, AMC got the ball rolling on a TV adaptation with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg on board to write and executive produce.

Now that show is finally just about ready for prime time, as AMC has officially announced the Preacher premiere date. Here’s a hint: it’ll (hopefully) get a big boost from Fear the Walking Dead fans. Get all the details on the Preacher premiere date below.  Read More »

The Little Prince Release Date

One week before the animated film was slated to hit theaters in the United States, Paramount Pictures has pulled The Little Prince from its schedule release date of March 18th, 2016. The film has been waiting to hit theaters in the US since debuting at the Cannes Film Festival last year and hitting various international markets afterwards. It’s already grossed $80 million overseas, but now it will have to wait a bit longer for a debut in the United States. However, the good news is that it sounds like we’ll still see the movie this year. Find out more about The Little Prince release date after the jump. Read More »

Mike Colter as Luke Cage on Jessica Jones

If you’re like us, you’re already planning to spend next weekend in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen — or rather, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s grim and gritty version of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen — as Daredevil returns for its second season on Netflix. But also if you’re like us, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll finish the whole thing in one go, and that Sunday night will find you blearily demanding to know when you can expect your next Netflix-Marvel fix.

Well, the good news is that we can tell you right now. We’ve long know that Luke Cage, Netflix’s third MCU series, would premiere sometime this year, and now star Mike Colter has officially announced a premiere date.  Read More »