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A few weeks after Ben Affleck made headlines with his mysterious Deathstroke video, it has been confirmed that this character will be the main villain of the actor/director's Batman reboot, with Joe Manganiello set to star. DC Entertainment CEO Geoff Johns, who is co-writing the script with director/star Ben Affleck, confirmed the news in an interview to discuss his new role as head of DC Films. However, he wouldn't confirm if Deathstroke will have a cameo in Justice League, which is currently filming in London.
Shortly after the video was posted of Deathstroke, which appeared to be taken from the Justice League set, a report claimed that this iconic character will serve as the main villain in this Batman reboot. Joe Manganiello had been rumored to play Deathstroke back in March 2015, as part of the Suicide Squad cast, but that character wasn't even included in the movie, when it hit theaters this August. »
Just hours ago, Justice League star Ben Affleck posted a new video from the set, which gave us our first look at Deathstroke. Sadly, we still do not know who is playing this iconic villain in Justice League, but whoever is underneath that iconic mask will be sticking around in the Dceu for at least one more movie. A new report has surfaced that Deathstroke will in fact be the main villain in director/star/writer Ben Affleck's upcoming Batman Reboot.
The report comes from The Wrap, which reveals Deathstroke's presence in the Batman Reboot, but doesn't reveal who will be playing this villain. It's possible that Deathstroke is being played by Colin Farrell, who we reported last month is in talks for a mystery role in Justice League. It isn't known how large or small Deathstroke's role is in this movie, but it's possible he'll merely be introduced »
The search for Pablo Escobar (played by Wagner Moura) is on in the new trailer for Season 2 of “Narcos,” the Netflix drama that chronicles the life of the infamous Colombian drug kingpin. After having escaped prison untouched, everyone including the DEA, the Cali Cartel, Los Pepes and the search bloc want payback. It won’t be an easy task ahead for all since “Pablo is never more dangerous than when you almost have him.”
“Putting an end to Pablo, is a patriotic act,” says a member of Los Pepes, a vigilante group composed of Escobar enemies.
Read More: ‘Narcos’ Season 2: Exclusive First Look at Netflix’s Pablo Escobar Drama
As Escobar retakes control of Colombia and becomes deadlier than ever, »
- Liz Calvario
Pajamas and a big bowl of sugary cereal is how many of us remember watching our favorite Saturday morning cartoons as kids. Beginning in May, DC Entertainment plans to give old fans and new the chance to relive (and extend) their childhoods with a new, modern lineup of comics based on some of Hanna-Barbera’s most popular cartoon characters, but reimagined in a fresh and contemporary fashion.
The initial lineup includes:
Scooby Apocalypse – Featuring character designs by veteran artist Jim Lee and an origin story by Jim Lee and Keith Giffen (Justice League 3001), artist Howard Porter (Superman) will provide his own unique take on Freddie, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo. “Those meddling kids” and their Mystery Machine are at the center of a well-meaning experiment gone wrong and they’ll need to bring all of their mystery solving skills to bear (along with plenty of Scooby Snacks), to find a »
- Latino Review
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