What appeared to be another week of ho-hum news stories was once again dramatically changed by Warner Bros, who continued their tradition of releasing shocking casting information for Batman Vs. Superman on a Friday, giving fans everywhere something to talk about (and loudly debate) over the weekend.
On the other side of the superhero front, we have some Phase 3 news from Marvel, and got our first (albeit cringe-worthy) glimpses at some characters from X-Men: Days of Future past. And for those not interested in mutants and caped crusaders, we have word about several projects including yet another King Arthur adaptation (though this one is huge), a third kidnap spree for Liam Neeson, info about M. Night Shyamalan’s new movie, and our first glimpse at the costume Peter Capaldi will be donning as the Twelfth Doctor later this year.
- James Garcia
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