Warner Bros. Happy with Singer and SR

Friday, August 18, 2006 by Iris with
The Hollywood Reporter has published an online article discussing WB's feelings on director Bryan Singer, Superman Returns and the possibility of a sequel.
"'Superman Returns' will be profitable for us," says Warner Bros. production president Jeff Robinov. "We would have liked it to have made more money, but it reintroduced the character in a great way and was a good launching pad for the next picture. We believe in Bryan and the franchise. Clearly, this was the most emotional and realistic superhero movie ever made."
Also, The LA Times talked with WB President Alan Horn on the Superman franchise.
"I thought it was a very successful movie, but I think it should have done $500 million worldwide," Horn said. "We should have had perhaps a little more action to satisfy the young male crowd." Still, he's betting Warner has firmly reestablished the "Superman" franchise and is planning another installment for summer 2009."


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