Building : Is Justice League Building The Hall Of Justice For Reshoots?

Is Justice League Building The Hall Of Justice For Reshoots?

Building : Is Justice League Building The Hall Of Justice For Reshoots? DC’s Justice League movie is going through a lot of changes since Zack Snyder decided to step away. Now, it looks like one of them could be a significant addition being created for reshoots. Some pictures of the sets that may be used for the upcoming reshoots being handed by Joss Whedon appear to show a large structure being built that could be the Justice League’s Hall of Justice. Needless to say, if the building is the Hall…

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Original Justice League Composer Responds To Being Replaced

Original Justice League Composer Responds To Being Replaced

Original Justice League Composer Responds To Being Replaced Despite the massive success of Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, it seems like the DC Extended Universe is still in constant flux. Following Zack Snyder’s departure from Justice League after a personal tragedy, The Avengers and Buffy director Joss Whedon was tasked with completing Snyder’s vision for the film. But Whedon seems to be making massive changes on the film, including canning songwriter Junkie XL as the film’s composer. He has since been replaced by Danny Elfman, and now Junkie XL aka Antonius…

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Accommodating religion in the workplace

Accommodating religion in the workplace

Accommodating religion in the workplace In March, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) generated controversy (and confusion) when it ruled that a workplace ban on wearing the Islamic headscarf did not necessarily constitute direct discrimination. Employers could not single out Muslim employees, the ECJ found, but they could enforce general policies restricting religious dress so long as they applied equally to all. This issue has played out differently in the US In a 2015 decision, for example, the US Supreme Court found that the retail clothing company, Abercrombie & Fitch,…

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Let Faith Guide Your Advocacy

Advocacy

Let Faith Guide Your Advocacy “But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream” – Amos 5:24 NIV What does it mean to live a moral life? Advocacy : I have studied religion as a man of faith and as a civil rights attorney and advocate who has fought for religious freedom across the world. The United States isn’t perfect. We have much to improve upon. But the one thing we do well is protect every person’s right to believe (or not believe) as they wish.…

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First look at Amber Heard as Aquaman’s ocean empress Mera washes ashore

First look at Amber Heard as Aquaman's ocean empress Mera washes ashoreMera in Justice League

First look at Amber Heard as Aquaman’s ocean empress Mera washes ashore Aquaman director James Wan is officially at work creating the underwater kingdom of Atlantis and he has a cool gift for us. The filmmaker shared a stunning first look at the film’s underwater queen Mera — played by Amber Heard — emerging from the sea in his upcoming blockbuster. Lady MERA swept in from the sea. First day with the exquisite Amber Heard. (Shot by the talented @jasinboland ) pic.twitter.com/FWQANu0S12 — James Wan (@creepypuppet) May 18, 2017 “Lady…

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2 New DC Movies Announced, What Are They?

2 New DC Movies Announced, What Are They?2 New DC Movies Announced, What Are They?

2 New DC Movies Announced, What Are They? Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may not have affected the impending DCEU slate, but it has altered Warner Bros.’ entire movie slate in general. Because of the epic adventure’s lackluster performance at the box office, the studio is now focusing solely on tentpole blockbusters. And with this comes two more unnamed DC movies, which will expand the planned DECU through the year 2020. Way back in October 2014, to counter what Marvel Studios was doing with its planned Phase 3, DC…

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Bipartisan Senate Duo Push Justice Department For Briefing On Michael Flynn

Bipartisan Senate Duo Push Justice Department For Briefing On Michael Flynn

Bipartisan Senate Duo Push Justice Department For Briefing On Michael Flynn Chuck Grassley and Dianne Feinstein want more details on Flynn’s contact with Russia. Bipartisan : The Senate Judiciary Committee’s top Republican and Democrat are together pressing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director James Comey to provide the committee with more details on former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his contacts with Russian officials. Flynn resigned from his post on Monday following revelations that he had discussed U.S. sanctions against Russia with that country’s U.S. ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, prior to…

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