It, Nightwing, Jessica Jones, And Other Film And TV News
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Netflix finally wraps up production on the second season of its original series Jessica Jones. Series star Krysten Ritter as well as second season addition Diane Gibson broke the news over social media, sharing posts announcing the season’s completion. It’s unknown when post-production on the program will be completed, but a late 2018 premiere has been floated around. The new season comes several years after the original, which debuted on Netflix in 2015.
Chris McKay opens up about how it feels to be set to direct the planned Nightwing film. Although many draw comparisons between the DC Extended Universe and its rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Lego Batman Movie director maintains that there are several key differences between the two. One such difference is the amount of influence the director has over the final product, with McKay describing the Warner Bros. as a “more director-driven studio”.
The planned director’s cut of It will include 15 minutes of extra footage.
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