The Weekly Wrap: The Founder

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Written by Robert Siegel, The Founder is a drama that tells the true story of how Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton), a salesman from Illinois, met Mac and Dick McDonald, who were running a burger operation in 1950s Southern California. Kroc was impressed by the brothers’ speedy system of making the food and saw franchise potential. He maneuverered himself into a position to be able to pull the company from the brothers in order to create a billion-dollar empire, which we now know as McDonalds.

New LEGO BatmanTrailer

Fresh off the debut of its teaser last week, the LEGO Batman movie produced another teaser for fans. This time, the teaser showcases more shenanigans from the character, including references to past Batmen as well. The teaser also goes for tongue-in-cheek humour and it introduces Alfred, voiced impeccably by Ralph Fiennes and more of the Wayne Mansion, which looks pretty darn cool.

First Look: Ash Vs. Evil Dead S2
Starz is gearing up to release the second season of Ash Vs. Evil Dead this Halloween and they’ve released a new photo from the series. The photo release doesn’t include any spectacular battles or zombie but rather shows Ash (Bruce Campbell) in the midst of a soiree. Season 2 will see the hardened warrior kicking back in the Florida Keys after leaving the world of the Deadites behind. The second season of the Starz original series will consist of 10 half-hour episodes.

Finding Dory’s New Friends
With Finding Dory about to be released in cinemas, both Pixar and Disney have begun releasing some new images from the upcoming animated sequel. The follow-up to Finding Nemo will move away from the reef and will expand itself beyond the seas and introduce a number of new unique characters. One of the new set of characters will be a group of Otters, who are quite frankly quite adorable to look at. Finding Dory swims into cinemas June 2016.

Suicide Squad Heads For Reshoots
Warners Bros. and DC are heading back to the drawing board to tweak the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, which will be due out in August this year. Various sources claim that the critical bashing of Batman v Superman is the direct cause of this, which is why the reshoots are being orchestrated to add more humour in order to lighten the tone somewhat. David Ayer is currently executing some of the reshoots, but the tweaking of the film will not delay the release of Suicide Squad, which is due out late August 2016.

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