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  1. David Heyman was developing a film based on Fables with Jane Goldman and Nik Arcel. Not sure of the status now.
  2. This is not accurate at all. He was the major producer on the project, his brother and cousin wrote the screenplay under his guidance, and he handpicked one of his close friends to direct it. He also buried himself into the work of the film between his firing from GotG and hiring for Suicide Squad.
  3. No, the Wachowskis Are Still Not Involved With ‘The Matrix’ Reboot [Updated]
  4. Nov. 12, 2021. https://mobile.twitter.com/TheInSneider/status/1122885833889947649
  5. Forbes can be a reliable source of information. But there is a difference between their staffed journalists and "Forbes Contributors" like Mark who don't have much oversight at all. He clearly doesn't have an editor, which is why it often takes him 3000 words to write up a 300 word story.
  6. 4 years is not a long time. https://theplaylist.net/christopher-nolan-advantage-dark-knight-20171204/
  7. China's Bona Film Group to Co-Finance Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood' https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bona-finance-quentin-tarantinos-once-a-time-hollywood-1180045
  8. In my book, a single movie qualifies as a franchise if it has a very successful 500 million dollar Disney theme park dedicated to it.
  9. ‘Shang-Chi’ Marvel’s First Asian Film Superhero Franchise; Dave Callaham Scripting, Search On For Director Of Asian Descent Marvel Studios is fast-tracking Shang-Chi to be its first superhero movie tentpole franchise with an Asian protagonist. The studio has set Chinese-American scribe Dave Callaham to write the screenplay, and Deadline hears Marvel is already looking at a number of Asian and Asian-American directors who want to do something as potentially monumental as was accomplished in Marvel’s first viable Best Picture candidate, Black Panther. That film tied into African and African
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