Warner Bros Failed Dual-Release Strategy

I’m still waiting for evidence Warner Bros’ dual release strategy was a successful one because if one were to judge by the returns for Tenet (which might have had something to do with Christopher Nolan releasing his next movie via Universal), Wonder Woman 1984 (which supposedly had a budget around $200 million, yet earned almost […]

A ‘Suicidal’ Marketing Strategy

When I saw the Official ‘Early Access Do Not Share’ Trailer for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad I assumed that it was a clever marketing strategy on the part of Warner Bros, which would fit what I know of James Gunn, personalty-wise. Well, I might have been wrong because according to Superherohype the The Suicide […]

Trailer Into REaction: Zach Snyder’s Justice League | Official Black and White Trailer

I find most everything about Zach Snyder’s Justice League frustrating – never mind the trailer being black and white – and to be honest, a little off-putting. First, there’s no such thing as “Zach Snyder’s Justice League” because that’s like saying “Joss Whedon’s Avengers” or “The Russo Brothers’ Civil War.” It places a director above […]