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The paper notes that plans for Brad Pitt to finally spend time with Angelina Jolie and their children surface around this time every year, but seem to fall apart because, as the inside states, things between the couple and their representatives are “not that simple.” The saddest part seems to be how long this custody battle has been waging on. As we enter into 2021, this becomes year five of the Pitt-Jolie squabble, and the insiders make it sound like it has been a gruelling process on both parents, as well as the children.
The theater business was buoyed by the turnout for “Wonder Woman 1984” over the Christmas holiday. While far short of a normal action movie debut, ticket sales for the movie from AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros. came in higher than expected, even though U.S. audiences could stream the film at home on HBO Max. Warner Bros. plans the same dual-release strategy in 2021 for 17 films, including a “Dune” remake and “Godzilla vs. Kong.” The performance of “Wonder Woman 1984” demonstrated an appetite for the big screen, B. Riley analyst Eric Wold said in a research note.
There were no further details about what the complications continue to be between Pitt and Jolie. The last major development in the legal battle occurred when Jolie filed paperwork in August 2020 to have the judge who was presiding over the divorce to be removed. Pitt fired back that this was simply a tactical maneuver by Jolie and her team to elongate the process, as the judge she was asking to be removed was the same judge who married the couple. As of now, as far as we are aware, the couple continue to argue over child custody, child support, and various other financial issues that must be complicated, given the fact that both remain A-list Hollywood megastars.
Although multiple actresses have expressed interest in developing an A-Force movie, Marvel has yet to confirm anything about the project. The studio has a slew of upcoming movies for Phase 4 of the MCU, so it might be a long time before we hear anything on that front.