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‘Batman v Superman’ London premiere scales back after attack

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The London premiere of “Batman v Superman” was scaled back Tuesday following the terrorist attacks in Brussels. Warner Bros. said in a statement that “our hearts go out to the victims” and others affected by the deadly explosions at the Belgium city’s main airport and subway. But the studio said it would go forward with the Tuesday-night premiere “rather than yield to terror.” However, interviews on the red carpet were canceled. The Leicester Square premiere of “Batman v Superman: Dawn…

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Third installment of Batman franchise gets release date: July 12, 2012

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It looks like the summer of 2012 is going to be one hell of a big blockbuster bonanza, especially in the comic book arena. Not only has Sony already announced it will release its Spider-Man franchise reboot on July 3rd of 2012, but Warner Bros has finally announced today that they will be releasing the third installment of the Batman franchise from Christopher Nolan on July 20th, 2012. And since The Dark Knight had about a year and a half of production/post-production between shooting’s commencement in January…

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Director Stephen Sommers Fired From ‘G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra’ — Hallelujah

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The director behind big screen adaptation, ‘G.I. Joe’, has been relieved of his duty after a test screening for the film gave the lowest score ever from an audience in the history of Paramount. Words on the street are, director Stephen Sommers has been fired from “G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra.” Posting a message on Don Murphy’s message boards and chronicling what really happened before, during and after the production of the movie, forum poster Endtimes claimed that the filmmaker…

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