In the latest chapter of the Ray Fisher v. Warner Bros. saga, the DCEU actor has taken to Twitter to accuse Warner Bros. of spreading misinformation regarding his role in the upcoming film “The Flash”.
After months of relentless tweeting about the toxic environment that was the “Justice League” reshoots, Ray Fishers voice has finally been heard. WarnerMedia is now launching a full investigation into the claims of unprofessional and unacceptable behavior on the set of the 2017 superhero team-up.
The biggest streaming platform for anime/manga is undoubtedly Crunchy Roll and AT&T knows it. Taking advantage of their popularity, AT&T is asking a whopping 1.5 billion from Sony to buy the property from them. Sony executives reportedly “balked” at such a high ticket price for a very specific streaming site.
The Harry Potter film franchise will stream on Peacock starting in October, The Hollywood Reporter announced Wednesday.
It seems AT&T and Warner Bros. will focus more on releasing certain movies through streaming services, according AT&T’s CEO.
Fans take to social media to voice their opinions on the future of the DC Universe streaming service.
Is John Constantine on his way to HBO Max? Time will tell
Ray Fisher criticizes Joss Whedon for his actions on set of the reshoots for 2017’s “Justice League.”
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…talks of Henry Cavill back as Superman!
If you’ve been keeping up with HBO Max for the past few months, then you’re probably well aware of everything they have to offer, well almost everything. Subscribers were probably surprised to see almost the entire Harry Potter franchise available and ready to stream.