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Deadline is reporting that Netflix is ready to buy the film for a cool $13 million at Cannes.
Sand Castle is now in post-production and is expected to be released later this year.
Read more at Deadline.
There is also news on the Warner Bros./DC Entertainment front.
'Batman v. Superman' Fallout: Warner Bros. Shakes Up Executive Roles (Exclusive) https://t.co/I1qqINg85N pic.twitter.com/IMe6pHaJK1— Heat Vision (@HeatVisionBlog) May 18, 2016
Variety, Deadline, and THR say there is a restructuring underway at the executive level, following the mixed reception to Batman v Superman. Click the links to read more.
Warner Bros Responding To Fans & Critics With DC Films Shakeup https://t.co/UPq8izdAnv— Deadline Hollywood (@Deadline) May 18, 2016
UPDATE 5/18: Just a day after the news broke on the shakeup at Warner Bros, Geoff Johns gave the press an idea of where the next DC films could be headed. According to Vulture, he kept mentioning "hope and optimism," and focused on Supes. READ HIS NEW INTERVIEW.
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