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A source told The Hollywood Reporter that the British actor is parting ways with Warner Bros, after playing the Man Tomorrow in three movies for the studio. Could all of this mean that Warner Bros. and Cavill are still in discussions about a future partnership?
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More importantly, this would make Florence drift westward after stalling instead of northward, which would impact rainfall totals. While it may or may not officially become a Category 5 storm, it will still be a major Hurricane at landfall .
Meanwhile, the studio is also betting on the popularity of Harley Quinn, who was played by Margot Robbie in "Suicide Squad", according to the trades.
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Carr signed a five-year, $125 million extension last summer, so it seems unlikely that the franchise would just give up on him. Gruden then emphatically stated how he wanted players who actually wanted to be there and help his team win games.
Warner Bros. has also "shifted its focus" toward producing a Supergirl origin story, says the Hollywood Reporter. DC's women have always been a large and successful part of their marketing, with DC's Super Hero Girls inspiring other female-centric additions to franchises such as Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. The DCEU is dropping actors left and right, which sort of makes sense given how divisive and just plain not that good Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman, and Justice League turned out to be.
Dany Garcia, whose company The Garcia Companies manages Cavill, disputes the news saying fans can expect an official update from Warner Bros. today.
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A Supergirl film will follow rival Marvel's introduction of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel - the first female superhero in the MCU to have a standalone film - next March. While Gal Gadot is returning as Diana Prince in Wonder Woman 1984 and Ezra Miller is expected to continue his role as The Flash in a solo film shooting next year, rumours have long swirled around Ben Affleck not returning as Bruce Wayne. Despite Fantastic Four not having a great script and feeling utterly jumbled, Jordan gave the role his all and gave a fiery performance, becoming one of the best parts of the movie.