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Crying at the Colosseum: WB Saved the 'Joker' Sequel for Last, But 'Super/Man' Stole the Show

Plus, my thoughts on M. Night Shyamalan's 'Trap,' Bong Joon-ho's 'Mickey 17,' and Sly Stallone's "toxic" scandal.

Good morning everyone, and Happy Wednesday!

Today, I’m off to Lionsgate’s CinemaCon presentation, followed by an intimate, off-the-record gathering with its executive team. And then later in the afternoon, I’ll do it all over again with the fine folks from Universal. Thanks to both studios for having me, and thanks to A24 for making time for a quick coffee on a busy day. I’m honored.

Last night, Warner Bros. brought the house down in Vegas, and below, I have a full recap of the studio’s presentation, complete with grades for every trailer.

After WB’s presentation, I had dinner with CinemaCon royalty — my FYC co-host Scott Mantz, who is one of Hollywood’s top Q&A moderators, and a regular guest on KTLA. We’re both a couple of movie lovers who love CinemaCon — so much so that we both drove here. Be sure to follow him on social media, where he’s known as @MovieMantz.

In addition to WB’s CinemaCon report card, today’s newsletter features stories about the “toxic environment” on the set of Sylvester Stallone’s Tulsa King, Colin Farrell’s new Netflix movie, The Crow’s new release date, and Hollywood’s newest screen credit, which will make its debut in front of The Fall Guy.

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