Kevin Tsujihara who’s the CEO of Warner Bros. confirmed during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in regards to Warner Bros. performance at the boxoffice this summer, spoke on the decision to move Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice from the summer of 2015, to Spring 2016 which he then confirmed he watched the film multiple times.
He says this summer would have looked better had Warners not pushed Zack Snyder’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice from July to March 2016. “It was a tough decision at the time because it was going to create a hole in 2015,” he says. “But it was absolutely the right decision for the franchise, for DC and the movie. Having seen the movie multiple times, and again last night, I’m extremely confident it was the right decision to make the movie better. And it’s so important for the studio to get the foundation right on DC.”
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