Snyder Confirms ‘Justice League’ Release Date
Zac Snyder has revealed the release date for his much-talked-about version of Justice League.
Although the film hasn't been given an official release date, Snyder has revealed that he will be releasing his version of the film on the Vero social media network in March.
Snyder revealed the date after a fan asked about the Snyder cut to which he said, "I understand your feelings and I just hope I can wipe that version out of existence."
As far as a specific date, Snyder didn't say, but this does give you plenty of time to download Vero if you don't have the app already.
More ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs Being Developed
If you haven't gotten enough of Game of Thrones, just know that more shows are coming.
Casey Bloys, an executive at HBO, has managed to tease fans by insinuating that more spinoffs to the hit series are in development.
We already know that House of the Dragon is one series that's on the way, but Bloys says the possibilities are endless.
If you remember, when GoT came to an end there was plenty of spinoff talk and all those shows were axed. The only one to remain is House of the Dragon which tells the story of the House of Targaryen.
Joe Exotic Sues the Justice Department
Tiger King star Joe Exotic has sued the Justice Department after the imprisoned star's pardon was rejected.
Exotic filed the lawsuit in Texas after alleging that his pardon application wasn't given to President Trump.
Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, is currently serving time at the Federal Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
‘Little House on the Prairie’ Reboot in the Works
Little House On The Prarie is the next classic TV series getting a reboot.
The 1970s show based on the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder starred Michael Landon and Melissa Gilbert.
Reboot news comes after only four years ago the rumor was that a movie was on the way.
Not much else is known about the reboot as far as a storyline or what network the show will appear on.
For $21 You Can Sleep Under the Times Square Ball
Who cares if the streets of New York will be closed this New Year's Eve. There's still a chance for you to catch the ball dropping as you've never done before. Airbnb and Nasdaq have teamed up for a once in a lifetime NYE experience.
For only $21 a lucky pair will be able to have their own private New Year's Eve party inside a clear dome bedroom atop the Nasdaq building.
Space includes a king-size bed, an indoor lounge to celebrate, a $5,000 shopping credit, dining room, reading nook, virtual personal greeting from Mariah Carey and so much more.
Now before you book a flight, the listing is for New York residents only, but don't fret there are other holiday experiences to book on the Airbnb website. This particular stay will go live on the site at 9 a.m. on December 21 on a first come first serve basis.