Justice League to LOSE Warner Bros. $100 Million – The CineFiles Ep. 48
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This week’s instalment of The CineFiles has a few shockers. Starting things off are the James Cameron Avatar sequels, which will utilize underwater motion-capture, the first time to ever be done in cinema. Disney/Pixar’s John Lasseter stepped down from his post this week after the mogul was accused of sexual misconduct from a number of women. And, finally, Justice League finds itself in the news again for negative reasons; the film is set to lose Warner Bros. $100 million. Sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s instalment of The CineFiles, where we count down to week’s biggest news in cinema.

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  1. Who cares if Pixar does downhill? If Lasseter is truly guilty of sexual harassment, they shouldn’t keep him in. If they let him back in, they’re letting powerful Hollywood men get away with things that should send them to jail

  2. Hey you know what if you purposely give us a bad movie you will get a bad return, Justice League should have stayed with one directors vision which was Snyder’s direction only and given us the Green Lanterns and Darkseid scene it had on Pre Viz

  3. Bull crap. Nasa films underwater everyday.
    And tells the world it’s all in space. When it’s all in a water tank.

  4. Sure the movie isn’t doing as great as it could be… but if your movie is set to make 700-800 million and still you LOSE 100 million, maybe you did something wrong?

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