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  1. This reminds me of his ridiculous tweets criticizing Gadot's acting choices in WW based on promotional stills.
  2. 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.
  3. https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/did-some-guy-pitch-the-plot-to-once-upon-a-deadpool-almost-a-year-ago-on-twitter?fbclid=IwAR1LO1N3RlYFsFQEsjscJwEcCDqwGkVOw5lkOzH__BMnxw3eUZOH0MWsMvo
  4. The original version of the article did suggest the date would move to fit WB's schedule, but WB has since said that it is staying. For now.
  5. The "Zak Penn" of the WW screenplay's credits is Jason Fuchs. He was one of the many writers working on screenplays when Michelle MacLaren was developing the project. Her ideas didn't pan out, then Allan Heinberg was brought on to work with Snyder to bring the script back to a more classic WW origins story. Jenkins officially replaced MacLaren a few months later and then she and Johns also got involved with the screenplay.

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