|The first teaser for Beauty and the Beast,|
which doesn't hit theaters until March
of next year, was viewed 91,800,000
times in the first 24 hours following
its debut late last month.
|Pan, which reportedly cost |
Warner Bros. $275 million to
produce and advertise,
grossed only $128 million
worldwide in 2015.
Over the past decade or so, a handful of Oz films have been in development at Warner Bros., many of which you can read about in detail here, but most seem to have lived rather short lives, and it's been years since we've heard of movement on any of them. The same can be said for the handful of Oz television shows that we know to have been in development at Warner Bros. in recent years, such as an animated series for the now-defunct Kids WB network and the Game of Thrones-inspired Red Brick Road for Lifetime.
|"You mean they're only going to let us be in Tom and Jerry movies?"|