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Aquaman Described As An “Immensely Scary Horror Movie”

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Aquaman may have been a bit of a joke in the comic book world up until this point, and probably still is to some people, but director James Wan is looking to change that in 2018 when he delivers the hero’s big screen solo outing, with Jason Momoa in the title role. It’s a project that’s shaping up quite nicely so far and if a recent Dceu leak posted to Reddit is to be believed, we should all be very excited for the pic.

After giving us a bit of information on some of the villains we may see in The Batman, the same Reddit user has now delivered a juicy scoop on Aquaman, and it sounds like the film will be offering up a wildly different take on the character and his origins. According to the post, the studio is aiming to make an “underwater horror movie »

- Josh Wilding

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Inhumans Trailer Tease Continues To Peel Back The Many Layers Of Marvel’s Royal Family

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If Marvel had any intention of retaining some semblance of intrigue and mystery before debuting the first-look trailer for Inhumans, they’ve failed spectacularly.

That’s not to say that the finger of blame should be pointed solely in the studio’s direction, far from it – untimely leaks and the superhero genre practically go hand in hand at this point. Nevertheless, it’s fair to say that the avalanche of screenshots and leaked scenes – coupled with those detailed descriptions of entire sequences – have threatened to steal some (all?) of the thunder away from Marvel and ABC’s starry new series before it’s even arrived.

But the first trailer is coming – very soon, in fact, now that Marvel’s Facebook channel has churned out a brief trailer tease in which Iwan Rheon’s Maximus the Mad continues to plot his brother’s (Anson Mount) downfall. That sibling rivalry looks set »

- Michael Briers

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Key Art For Game Of Thrones Season 7 Is Fit For A King

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The Night King peers out of the dark in this chilling piece of key art for Game of Thrones season 7.

Truth be told, it’s been a busy few days in the Westeros camp, what with piping-hot action shots and extensive interviews in which the show’s mainstays – Iain Glen, in this case – showered praise on season 7’s seemingly engrossing scripts: “I thought they were the best seven episodes they [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] have ever written.” High praise indeed.

With a mid-July premiere date officially locked in, the Game of Thrones hype train continues to hurtle down the serpentine track, and with all signs pointing to HBO unveiling the first full trailer sooner rather than later, the official GoT Twitter account has conjured up the next best thing: Season 7’s key art, featuring The Night King.

Otherwise known as the all-powerful leader of the first White Walkers, The Night King is evil personified, »

- Michael Briers

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The Batman May Feature Joker And Scarecrow

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Another day and another round of DC Extended Universe rumors. Last week, Justice League found itself in the spotlight and this time, it’s Matt ReevesThe Batman which is being placed under the microscope.

The beginning of 2017 saw the project go through quite a bit of trouble, with Ben Affleck departing the director’s chair and then Reeves doing the same, before eventually returning. For now, at least, the film seems to be out of the woods and as it inches closer to production, more and more plot details are beginning to surface. Admittedly, it’ll probably still be quite a while before we hear anything official, as Reeves is currently busy with War for the Planet of the Apes and hasn’t moved over to The Batman just yet, but if one thing’s for certain, it’s that he’s planning to make some big changes to the original script. »

- Mark Cassidy

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Second Batch Of Justice League Costume Photos Shifts The Spotlight Over To Aquaman And The Princess Of Themyscira

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Ready for another batch of Justice League costume photos hot off the presses?

The folks over at Collider have been busy moseying around the Warner Bros. booth at the ongoing Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, profiling each superpowered member of the Justice League – you know, barring a certain Man of Steel. Earlier today, the outlet rolled out a deluge of high-res images that allowed fans to go up close and personal with three of the six DC crusaders: Batman (Ben Affleck), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher).

Now, we know what you’re thinking; what about Aquaman? And where on Earth is Diana, Princess of Themyscira? Wonder Woman is the talk of the town, after all. Thankfully, Collider has relayed a second helping of Justice League pictures that shift the spotlight over to those costumes that will soon be worn by Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) and Diana Prince »

- Michael Briers

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Jumanji And Jurassic World 2 Posters Charge Online

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If you’re a fan of movies that pit people against the savage parts of nature, then you’re in luck. There’s not just one, but two such films on the horizon. Namely, we have belated sequel/reboot Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and the currently untitled sequel to 2015’s smash hit Jurassic World.

Courtesy of Collider, we now have a bunch of posters for these two similarly-themed but very different movies. The posters were on display at the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, where studios go to promote their upcoming projects to major brand owners. They aren’t intended to be shown to the general public yet, then, but thanks to the magic of cell phone photography, we have them for you here.

First, we’ve got the poster for Jumanji. As you can see below, it’s clearly harking back to the 1995 original in the use of a very similar logo. »

- Christian Bone

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Lucifer Season 2 Blu-Ray Release Date And Extras Revealed

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While many DC superheroes have been heating up the small screen in recent years, it’s important that we not overlook the other properties the publisher has lent to airwaves, namely Vertigo adaptations such as Lucifer. While being markedly different from its source material, this supernatural police procedural has consistently enthralled viewers, so much that not only did Fox renew it for a third season, but they also had enough confidence in the show to move it to the 8 pm timeslot on Monday nights beginning this fall.

Like I said, this series is a much different beast (pun intended) than the comic books that paved its way, but I have to admit that it certainly went in a more fantastical direction during its sophomore run. As Lucifer Morningstar continued helping Chloe Decker solve murder cases, his life became evermore complicated once his mother escaped Hell and made Earth her new home. »

- Eric Joseph

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Justice League Of America Writer Discusses What’s To Come In New Video

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While some of DC’s heaviest hitters continue saving the day a global scale in the publisher’s flagship team-up book, Justice League, up and coming scribe Steve Orlando has been carving a different niche with a ragtag team consisting of Batman, Black Canary, Lobo, the Ray, the Atom, Vixen and Killer Frost over in the pages of Justice League of America.

In the latest episode of DC All Access, co-host Jason Inman had the privilege of chatting with Orlando about the soon to be released issue #7. Aside from placing the antagonistic focus on the attention seeking Terrorsmith, readers will definitely want to keep their eyes affixed to the possibly budding romance involving Caitlin Snow and Ryan Choi.

Personally, I think the character of Killer Frost is one of the biggest crossover draws to be co-headlining this series aside from Batman. In addition to luring in fans of The Flash TV series, »

- Eric Joseph

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First Posters For Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Movie Surface Online

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Just because they’ve lent Peter Parker to Marvel Studios doesn’t mean that Sony aren’t interested in moving forward with their own Spider-Man-related projects. On top of the recent news that Tom Hardy would be playing Eddie Brock Aka Venom in a live-action movie, here’s a reminder that another wallcrawler will soon be making his way to the big screen.

The untitled animated Spider-Man movie will feature Dope‘s Shameik Moore as Miles Morales with Liev Schreiber as a yet unrevealed villain. That’s about all we currently know about the film’s content, but at least we now have our first glimpse at two posters for the movie. Collider spotted them while attending the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, and you can check them out in the gallery above.

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- Christian Bone

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Justice League Costume Shots Offer A Closer Look At Three Of The Six DC Crusaders

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The Justice League is in attendance at the ongoing Licensing Expo in Las Vegas – well, sort of – and Collider has relayed a truckload of new costume shots to prove it.

Embedded above, the high-res pics spotlight three of the six DC crusaders – namely Batman (Ben Affleck), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) – set to appear in Warner’s long-anticipated ensemble movie, and chances are that we’ll encounter another raft of photos before the day is out. We’ll update this story if and when Collider posts more costume close-ups, so keep your peepers peeled.

When it comes to the Caped Crusader, the gallery above features an early peek at what we assume to be another of Batman’s battle suits – replete with some rather nifty looking goggles. Upon further inspection, it’s »

- Michael Briers

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Dark Knight III: The Master Race Gets Slight Name Change For Hardcover Release

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Although Dark Knight III: The Master Race hit a bit of a speed bump with its penultimate issue, I certainly hope that most readers will agree with me in saying that the limited series been great for the most part and has redeemed the legacy started with Frank Miller’s immortal classic, The Dark Knight Returns, after the ill-received followup, The Dark Knight Strikes Again!, left a bad taste in the mouths of many.

As it turns out, a slight title change has been made in advance of the collected edition’s release. You see, gone will be the Roman numeral “III,” as Batman: The Dark Knight: The Master Race will, in fact, be the name of the hardcover adorning shelves in major bookstores across the land this September.

While it remains unknown as to why the change has been implemented, our best guess is that adding “Batman” to »

- Eric Joseph

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Buckle Up For A Breathless Seventh Season Of HBO’s Game Of Thrones

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Now that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, King Arthur and Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant have all launched onto the big screen, moviegoers are quietly beginning to brace themselves in anticipation of a jam-packed summer lineup.

And while the mere thought of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Wonder Woman and, er, Transformers: The Last Knight is enough to leave tongues wagging and wallets dry, there is just as much excitement – if not more – to be found in the realm of television. Or should that be the realm of Westeros?

Yes, Game of Thrones season 7 is looming overhead, casting a shadow down on its rabid fanbase like Drogon soaring over a hapless Dothraki tribe. We’ve had a wave of action shots (see above), along with interviews with long-time cast members gushing over the scripts; now, Entertainment »

- Michael Briers

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Negative-Flash Makes The Scene This August In The Flash #28 & 29

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If you’re scoping out this article, odds are that you have some level of familiarity with the Reverse-Flash – be it Eobard Thawne or Daniel West – by way of either the comic books or TV show. And while both of those knaves have given the Scarlet Speedster his share of headaches, it goes without saying that Negative-Flash will provide different sorts of problems come this August.

You see, this isn’t simply another new evil speedster in town. No. As it turns out, The Flash and Negative-Flash are one and the same! Right now, details remain sketchy, but it’s becoming clearer that whatever happens in the story arc preceding “Negative” will imbue Barry Allen with some new powers that’ll be hard to get the hang of, thus corrupting him to an extreme degree.

Normally, we’d approach something like this with caution – and we still are – but the »

- Eric Joseph

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Lex Luthor To Confront Mr. Oz This August In Action Comics #986

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Since the Rebirth era kicked off last summer, one of the biggest mysteries it’s yielded has been that of the identity of the shadowy Mr. Oz. Many readers have theorized him to be Ozymandias of Watchmen fame, a fire that the conclusion to “The Button” added fuel to. One thing, however, has remained certain: The hooded fellow has a vested interest in Superman.

And while we may not learn who he really is until Doomsday Clock hits stands this November, it looks like we’ll at least get something worthwhile this August in the pages of Action Comics when “Mr. Oz makes his final move against the Man of Tomorrow.” Oddly enough, this arc won’t be penned by fan favorite Dan Jurgens, but rather, Rob Williams, whom we already know to be taking the reins of Trinity that very month. Whether the switch is permanent or Jurgens is »

- Eric Joseph

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Casual Season 3 Review

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Four episodes were provided for review.

As Hulu continues to expand its creative horizons, it’s all the more refreshing to return to Casual. The charming, laid-back, frank talking party uncle of a television series is witty, funny, heartfelt, reserved and generally amusing in almost stark contrast to the streaming service’s other, bleaker original content, but that’s not to suggest that it doesn’t deal with its own fair share of emotional conflict. The darkly comedic drama series is melancholy, mournful and somber-eyed in its own ways, especially in its more downbeat, if still entirely delectable, third season, which finds engrossing, often touching and sometimes surprising ways to keep its low-key format fresh just as it’s on the verge of becoming formulaic. The result is another cuddly, but not as warm, season that proves showrunner Zander Lehmann knows exactly what he’s doing with characters who have »

- Will Ashton

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Golden IMAX Posters For Wonder Woman Gather The Film’s Leading Ladies

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Channeling the four primary attributes that make up Diana Prince – power, grace, wisdom, and wonder, for those of you keeping count – Warner Bros. has today launched a suitably stunning set of IMAX posters for Wonder Woman in which the leading ladies of Themyscira prepare to wage war.

Front and center is Gal Gadot’s Immortal Warrior, who can be seen wielding the Lasso of Truth and God Killer, a blade that has been housed up in the bowels of Themyscira for generations. “It’s beautiful!” exclaims the young, wide-eyed Diana, “but who would wield it?” To which Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) replies “only the fiercest among us even could. But that is not you, Diana.” We have a funny feeling Hippolyta will change her tune once Gal Gadot’s Amazonian Princess comes of age.

Speaking of which, Connie Nielsen’s graceful leader gets her own character poster, too. Ditto for »

- Michael Briers

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Overwatch’s Anniversary Event Is Now Live, Here’s What’s New

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Overwatch‘s Anniversary event has just gone live for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, bringing with it, as you should expect by now, a whole bunch of new character skins, emotes and other cosmetic items just ready and waiting to be pulled out of the shooter’s mystery Loot Boxes. Whether you’ve been ferrying payloads, capturing points or acting as a guide for teammates over the last 12 months, weeks or days doesn’t matter – Blizzard’s welcoming everyone to the party over the three-week period, so there’s no reason not to jump right in and enjoy the new content on offer.

There’s a lot of it, too. Besides the 11 new Legendary skins (several of which we’ve seen already), three new maps also come as part and parcel of the patch, all of which can be found in the Arena playlist. Necropolis, Castillo and Black Forest are »

- Joe Pring

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If Hugh Jackman Could Change One Thing About Wolverine’s Saga, It’d Be To Include The Iconic Yellow Suit

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For nigh on two decades, Hugh Jackman portrayed Wolverine with a real sense of gusto – so much so, in fact, that many consider the two to be inseparable.

If and when 20th Century Fox choose to recast the volatile mutant – word is that the studio is in no rush to replace Jackman…for now – it’ll naturally take some time before X-Men fans warm to the new and likely younger Wolverine. It is, after all, the end of an era, and with Logan now expected to claw its way onto Blu-ray and DVD today, May 23rd, Collider caught up with Hugh Jackman to reflect on 17 years and nine films of mutant history.

In fact, it’s the same interview in which the Aussie actor posted details regarding the film’s scrapped Sabretooth cameo – turns out Liev Schreiber’s Victor Creed isn’t the only X-Men character to be cut out »

- Michael Briers

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Take A First Look At Disney Xd’s Upcoming Ant-Man Series Revolving Around Scott Lang

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Ever since Disney purchased Marvel, they’ve exploited the company’s many characters in movies, on television, in theme parks, and stores across the world. That’s ensured that the likes of Iron Man and Spider-Man are known by people of all ages, but less popular heroes have also been given the chance to shine; take Ant-Man for example.

Ant-Man and The Wasp is set to be released next year, but in the meantime, some new animated shorts are on the way to Disney Xd. These follow on from the ones we saw revolving around Guardians of the Galaxy characters Rocket and Groot and are set to premiere on June 10th and 11th.

Josh Keaton is voicing Scott Lang in the shorts and the hero will be shown fighting evil alongside both The Wasp and Hank Pym. He’ll score occasional breaks as well to help daughter Cassie with her homework, »

- Josh Wilding

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New The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Video Recaps Events Ahead Of Season Finale

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It feels like it was just yesterday that Telltale Games proudly announced the continuation of its award-winning zombie series based on Robert Kirkman’s bleak The Walking Dead graphic novel, but boy, does time fly. Next week marks the release of Season Three’s – otherwise known as A New Frontier – fifth and final episode, but before fans sink their chompers into that, Telltale’s seen fit to provide a handy recap that summarizes all of the gripping choices players have had to make thus far.

The short but sweet video, which you can see watch for yourselves above, revisits the most heart-pounding moments of A New Frontier, with various members of Telltale on hand to stress just how important it is for them to give players the freedom to chose how their own version of Javier would react in those situations where a scripted result just doesn’t quite cut it. »

- Joe Pring

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