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"Justice League" On DVD/Blu-ray

In support of the DVD/Blu-ray release of director Zack Snyder's "Justice League", based on the DC Comics' superhero characters, Sneak Peek more new posters, plus full scenes of footage from the official sequel to "Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice":

"...in the wake of the 'death' of 'Clark Kent'/Superman' (Henry Cavill)...

"...at the hands of 'Doomsday' in 'Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice'...

"...'Bruce Wayne'/'Batman' (Ben Affleck) reevaluates his extreme methods, reaching out to extraordinary heroes...

"...to assemble a team of crime-fighters...

"...to defend earth from all kinds of threats. 

"Together with 'Diana Prince'/'Wonder Woman' (Gal Gadot)...

"...Batman seeks out cybernetically enhanced former college football star 'Vic Stone'/'Cyborg' (Ray Fisher)...

"...speedster 'Barry Allen'/'The Flash' (Ezra Miller) and 'Atlantean' warrior king 'Arthur Curry'/'Aquaman' (Jason Momoa
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Why Justice League’s CGI is So Bad

One of the more peculiar stories to rise up during Joss Whedon’s Justice League was the story that Henry Cavill’s mustache, facial hair he had grown for his character in Mission: Impossible – Fallout, would have to be digitally removed since Paramount wouldn’t allow him to shave it. It was merely an interesting, eyebrow-raising story at the time, just another quirky story from the set of a troubled movie. Little did we know that mustache would come to be one of the most talked about aspects of Justice League.
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Justice League character posters promote the movie’s home entertainment release

Following yesterday’s look at Justice League’s post-credit scenes [watch the here], Warner Bros. has released six new character promo posters, presumably for the home entertainment release of the DC superhero blockbuster, featuring Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher); check them out below…

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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman,
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Rumour: “Unwatchable” rough cut of Justice League led to Zack Snyder being fired

Despite being three months out from its release, Warner Bros.Justice League is still grabbing a lot of headlines, with a report this week claiming that Warner Bros. fired Zack Snyder from the DC blockbuster several months before his official exit from the movie.

While this is unconfirmed, the folks at Collider have now shared some further alleged details about the situation, claiming that the decision to part ways with the filmmaker was made after he delivered an “unwatchable” rough cut of the movie. The article doesn’t clarify whether it was “unwatchable” because it was bad, or if perhaps it strayed too far from the “lightened” tone that the studio was going for after the mixed reception to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but apparently it led to the decision to hire Joss Whedon to oversee major rewrites and reshoots.

Now, this could all be speculation, but it
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Watch the post-credits scenes from Justice League

Ahead of its home entertainment release next month, Justice League’s mid-credits and post-credits scene have arrived online, the first of which sees The Flash (Ezra Miller) taking on Superman (Henry Cavill) in a race, and the second features a meeting between Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) and Deathstroke (Joe Manganiello); check them out here…

See Also: Justice League: What the hell was Warner Bros. thinking?

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.
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Newport Beach Film Festival Honours Red Carpet Interviews: Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Anya Taylor-Joy, Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis, Jason Isaacs & more

Author: Jon Lyus

This evening the red carpet was unfurled at the opening gala of the Newport Beach Film Festival UK Honours held at The Rosewood Hotel in London.

Those attending the event included Simon Pegg who talked about the Henry Cavill Mission Impossible/Justice League moustache controversy, Sir Patrick Stewart, Andy Serkis, Celia Imrie, Jason Isaacs, Eleanor Tomlinson, Gurinder Chadha, Mark Gatiss, Anya Taylor-Joy who told us about New Mutants and working with Bruce Willis on the Split sequel Glass, Game of Thrones and Maze Runner star Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Sophie Skelton, Edward Holcroft, Rungano Nyon and many more.

The event marked the launch of the festival as well as the bestowing of several awards, details of which you can see below.

Outstanding Achievement In Global Cinema:

Darkest Hour


Sir Patrick Stewart, Gurinder Chadha, Celia Imrie & Andy Serkis

Artist Of Distinction:

Simon Pegg, Mark Gatiss, Jason Isaacs & Thomas Brodie-Sangster
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Watch Justice League’s End-Credits Scenes

Following the arrival of Justice League on digital HD on Tuesday, the film’s much-discussed mid- and post-credits scenes have made their way online.

Directed by Joss Whedon, the mid-credits sequence is a lighthearted ode to a classic DC Comics matchup, as Ezra Miller’s The Flash challenges Henry Cavill’s Superman to a race to determine who’s truly the Fastest Man Alive.
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The Best Movie Themed Online Casino Games

We’ve all been to the movies and experienced an absolute marvel in entertainment. Then we go to a fast-food restaurant shortly afterwards and see the film’s logo and perhaps some other merchandise stuck across a happy meal. You’re able to but other licensed merchandise in clothes stores, and other such places, and see that motion picture’s imagery all over it. Well, now film studios are starting to license their content for online casino games.

You may think that games are almost like movies in their own right – take recent release Book of Ra for instance – now that’s a game that could be turned into a movie. But, out there are already games using film content. Below, we take a look at the best three movie themed online casino games that you can play right now. First a brief history of the online gaming world.

The online casino industry is huge.
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Batman and Superman Share a Valentine's Day Bromance in Justice League Promo

Batman and Superman Share a Valentine's Day Bromance in Justice League Promo
Forget the mythical Zack Snyder cut, a new cut of Justice League reimagined as a bromance comedy between Superman and Batman is the real deal. To celebrate Valentine's Day, DC and Warner Bros. made a short cut of the movie as a romantic comedy and released it on social media. Valentine's Day is a time of chocolates, flowers, and romance, but what about when you're a busy superhero? Batman and Superman profess their love each other while on the job and it's beautiful.

Justice League might have done better in the theaters if they had made it as a romantic comedy between Superman and Batman. The new video was made to promote the digital release of the movie, which came out yesterday and to promote the upcoming Blu-ray release that comes out on March 13th. Instead of highlighting the real romance in Justice League, the new clip turns everything upside
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Justice League Gets New Bromance Trailer Alongside Digital Release

Now that Justice League is available for consumption in digital format, the folks over at Warner Bros. are expectedly doing all they can to promote it. As such, newly cut trailers are finding their way online, each of which may be markedly different from those that accompanied the theatrical release.

As it turns out, the video package we’re discussing today may very well become ammunition for those hoping the elusive Zack Snyder cut will one day see the light of day. Titled “Bromance,” this particular promo has Joss Whedon’s fingerprints all over it, being chock full of footage that was recorded during his reshoots.

Sure, I may have liked how Batman was depicted for the most part in the film, but there were various occasions where he was given dialogue that was very much out of character – and this thing plays like a supercut of that.

Justice League
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Henry Cavill Says Justice League Introduced The True Superman

While we could go back and forth regarding what the Justice League movie did right and what it did wrong – because there was a generous share of both – it’s my belief that Superman had been depicted rather well. Aside from that incredible scene that saw a freshly resurrected and confused Man of Tomorrow single-handedly take down some of DC’s heaviest hitters, we saw the character convey a sense of optimism that he’s been known for across all forms of media – but something many complained was absent from the iteration occupying the DC Extended Universe.

Actually, it’s quite apparent that Kal-El’s been enduring an arc that’s developed him into the familiar version we’d normally expect. Starting with Man of Steel, continuing into Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and ending with Justice League, actor Henry Cavill is more than happy to point out the
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Darkseid destroys the Hall of Justice in unused Justice League storyboard

Screen Rant has revealed a storyboard from Warner Bros.DC superhero team-up movie Justice League which is reportedly from Zack Snyder’s original plans for the movie. The scene depicts the villainous Darkseid destroying the Hall of Justice in a future apocalyptic Earth – presumably the same one we saw during the Knightmare dream sequence in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice; check it out below and let us know in the comments whether you think Darkseid should have made an appearance in the movie…

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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But
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Here’s Why Superman’s Mouth Looks Weird in ‘Justice League’

Here’s Why Superman’s Mouth Looks Weird in ‘Justice League’
(Note: this post was originally published on Nov. 16, 2017) So you’ve seen “Justice League” and watched Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, Aquaman, the Flash and Cyborg team up to defeat a big ole bad guy and save the world from some kind of harsh apocalyptic future. But something about the movie is nagging you, and you can’t quite put a finger on what it is. You just know that something about the way Superman’s face looked was…off. That something seemed like it was wrong with his mouth. Well, I have good news for you: you did not hallucinate that Henry Cavill’s mouth...
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Watch Zack Snyder Direct Wonder Woman’s Rescue With This Justice League Featurette

February 13th is a special day for DC fans.

Sure, Twitter and Instagram have been inundated with photos of pancakes for the past 12 hours, while tomorrow is arguably the most romantic day of the year. But for a small pocket of the Internet, February 13th belongs to one thing: Justice League‘s release on Digital HD.

It’s part of the reason why Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon’s troubled blockbuster has been drafted back into the spotlight, as budding fans run a fine-tooth comb over storyboards and those much-debated deleted scenes. The latest nugget to emerge is much more entertaining, though, as it shows Snyder directing Wonder Woman’s last-minute rescue mission, as the Immortal Warrior sabotages a bank heist in the nick of time.

It’ll be included in the upcoming Blu-ray launch, too, which comes packing scores of extras and deleted scenes, but no director’s cut.
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Justice League Deleted Scene Sees Superman Meet Alfred

Cast your mind to back before Justice League came out, and you’ll remember that one of the trailers got fans excited with a brief scene that saw Jeremy Irons’ Alfred Pennyworth meeting with an unseen hero. The sequence spawned a load of theories – most notably, that the hero was Armie Hammer’s Hal Jordan – so fans were crushed when it was nowhere to be seen in the theatrical cut of the DC team-up movie.

At last, we now have our first look at the complete scene, finally revealing who it was that Alfred was speaking to. Yes, of course, it’s Henry Cavill’s Superman. With Justice League arriving on Digital, some deleted scenes from the release are now leaking out and this is just the latest.

Though not hugely significant, it’s still a great little moment with Henry Cavill and Jeremy Irons working really well together. Supes
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Justice League’s Deleted Superman Scenes, Explained

Justice League has finally arrived on home video. And while many of this who bought the digital downloaded of the film found themselves unable to access the advertised deleted scenes, others have been able to view them without an issue. However, unlike most home video releases that feature a multitude of cut scenes, in the end there are only two for Justice League, and they both revolve around the return of Henry Cavill’s Superman.
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‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’ Featurette Highlights a Crazy Helicopter Stunt

Paramount has released a new featurette for ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout‘ that highlights one of the new show-stopping stunts that Tom Cruise performs for the latest entry in the series, and it surely is a doozie. The film, which sees the return of writer/director Christopher McQuarrie to the helm, follows Ethan Hunt as as he deals with the literal and metaphorical “fallout” for his decisions in the past. Although the film has had it’s production problems (you can watch Cruise break his ankle on the set last year here), it hasn’t wavered form it’s intended release date just a few months away.

Cruise’s injury hasn’t stopped him from performing one of the crazier stunts in the franchise, in terms of pure danger. As the video points out, Cruise went to airbus to learn how to pilot a helicopter, eventually racking up over 2,000 hours of flight
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Justice League: Snyder’s Version Was The ‘True’ Superman

Zack Snyder fans expected Justice League to reveal the “true” Superman … and Henry Cavill was one of them. Unfortunately for fans of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, the director never got to complete his trilogy. And with new rumors suggesting Snyder’s departure was WB’s decision, and not entirely his own, Snyder;s vision for his final Superman chapter seems doomed to remain a mystery. Which, for his most vocal critics (or those rumored to have changed Justice League from what he intended) is absolutely a change for the better.
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Justice League Featurette Highlights The Heroes’ Costumes

Ahead of the release of Justice League on DVD and Blu-ray (pre-order here), a short clip from one of the featurettes showcases the suits of the film’s superheroes, as costume designer Michael Wilkinson talks about the thinking that went into making them.

First off, the video highlights Henry Cavill’s revamped Superman costume. Fans will know that the Man of Steel’s threads underwent a much more colourful redesign in Justice League, in comparison to the washed-out look seen in the previous films. Wilkinson reveals in the featurette that the new glimmering sheen the suit has is thanks to the metal plates placed underneath it.

Superman himself, Henry Cavill, also gets chatting about how much he still enjoys putting on the iconic costume, despite now having portrayed the character three times. His comments play over an interesting look behind the scenes at the final shot of the movie, featuring
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Rumour: Zack Snyder was reportedly fired from DC Films prior to his Justice League exit

Back in May of last year it was announced that Zack Snyder had decided to step down from as director of Justice League owing to the tragic suicide of his daughter, with Warner Bros. enlisting Joss Whedon to come in and complete the DC superhero blockbuster.

Well, if a new report from Mashable editor Josh L. Dickey is to be believed, it seems that Snyder had already been relieved Snyder of his DC Films duties prior to this official exit, with Dickey claiming that Snyder was actually fired from the Dceu a little over a year ago. At present, there’s nothing in the way of evidence to support these claims, and as such, they should be treated as a rumour.

Since I'm shifting into Dgaf mode, here's a hot one for ya: Zack Snyder was fired from the Dceu just over 1 year ago. Couldn't write it ~quite~ that way at the time,
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