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Did Kevin Smith Cry During The Last Jedi?

Did Kevin Smith Cry During The Last Jedi?
Director Kevin Smith is not afraid to cry while watching movies or TV shows and now we're all wondering if he cried during Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Rian Johnson's first foray into the Star Wars universe is the darkest, most emotional movie in the franchise's history and viewers have been crying during key moments in the movie, which leads us to believe that hardcore Star Wars fan Kevin Smith will ugly cry during the entire 150-minute sci-fi sequel. There's nothing wrong with crying, especially about things that you are passionate about, so to be clear, we are not making fun of Smith, just lightly teasing.

Way back when The Force Awakens was in production, Kevin Smith recalled visiting the set, and how seeing the Millennium Falcon left him in tears. Kevin Smith recently admitted that his heart soared during the Justice League movie and oddly enough, it
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Last Jedi Is Set to Break Records and Demolish the Box Office

Last Jedi Is Set to Break Records and Demolish the Box Office
For many fans, the entire year has been leading up to this very weekend, with Disney and LucasFilm's highly-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theaters. The movie is shaping up to pass the current records this year for opening weekend ($174.7 million), domestic gross ($504 million) and worldwide gross ($1.26 billion), which are all currently held by another Disney hit, Beauty and the Beast. Last month, The Last Jedi box office projections put the movie at just over $200 million for its opening weekend, and now with the hype even bigger than before, we're putting The Last Jedi at $220.7 million.

While the $220.7 million mark is still more than enough to claim the top box office opening of 2017, it still falls $20.2 million short of the all-time record, $247.9 million set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While the full review embargo has yet to break, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere reactions have been exceedingly positive,
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‘Coco’ Heading for Third Consecutive U.S. Box Office Victory

‘Coco’ Heading for Third Consecutive U.S. Box Office Victory
Disney-Pixar’s animated comedy “Coco” is heading for a third straight winning weekend at the North American box office during what’s expected to be a moderate frame.

For the second weekend in a row, major studios have opted to rely on holdovers during the session instead of offering any wide openings. Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is expected to dominate when it opens on Dec. 15.

The weekend will see one wide opening as Broad Green Pictures launches its last movie with the action-comedy “Just Getting Started” debuting in 2,146 locations. The film, starring Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones, and Rene Russo, is tracking to gross around $5 million this weekend. Also starring are Jane Seymour, George Wallace, Joe Pantoliano, Glenne Headly, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Graham Beckel, and Elizabeth Ashley.

Broad Green announced in August that it was closing down production after three years of mostly disappointing box office performance. Its first major release,
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Could a ‘Justice League’ Animated Series Reunion Actually Happen?

Could a ‘Justice League’ Animated Series Reunion Actually Happen?
If the fans start a Twitter movement, they will come. The Justice League animated series was a pivotal part of the millennial Saturday morning cartoon experience. It was part of a brief golden era of animation spearheaded by Bruce Timm, who created and co-created acclaimed animated series Batman, Superman, Batman Beyond, and Justice League, which would tie all of the […]

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Rock Out To This Amazing Metal Cover Of Justice League Unlimited's Theme

In case you didn't know, Justice League Unlimited is The best DC animated series out there. At least I think so anyway, and that's mainly due to the fact it was created in an era where superhero shows were all the rage and the animation doesn't look incredibly dated. I'm getting off track here...the point is that 331ERock did a cover of the show's theme song and it's absolutely amazing. Check it out below, and then feel free to argue with me in the comments about how Batman: Tas is better.
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Thor: Ragnarok crosses $800 million at the worldwide box office

Despite competition on the superhero front from Justice League, Marvel StudiosThor: Ragnarok has reached another box office milestone this week, passing $800 million globally and helping Walt Disney Studios to cross $5 billion worldwide for the third consecutive year (and with Star Wars: The Last Jedi still to come!).

All three of this year’s Marvel Cinematic Universe releases have hit $800 million, with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 earning $863.6 million and the Sony co-production Spider-Man: Homecoming reaching $880.2 million – the biggest superhero release of the year.

Thor: Ragnarok is the seventh McU movie to pass $800 million globally, and has pushed the franchise’s total box office just short of $13.5 billion.

In Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Ragnarok,” Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and
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Superhero Voice Actors Developing All-Star Animated Series (Exclusive)

Superhero Voice Actors Developing All-Star Animated Series (Exclusive)
It's not The Avengers or The Justice League, but this super team does have Batman, Wolverine and a Ninja Turtle on its roster.

Rob Paulsen, the prolific voice actor known for Animaniacs and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, has assembled a team to develop an animated series called The Gang's All Here. On the call sheet are longtime Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, as well as Cal Dodd, known for playing Wolverine in the '90s X-Men: The Animated Series. Also on board is director Andrea Romano, whose work on Batman: the Animated Series helped establish her as one of the most respected animation directors in the...
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Arrowverse 'Crisis on Earth-x' Crossover vs. Justice League: Which DC Team-Up Was Most Super?

Arrowverse 'Crisis on Earth-x' Crossover vs. Justice League: Which DC Team-Up Was Most Super?
This November played host to a pair of DC superhero team-ups — the big screen’s Justice League and TV’s Arrowverse crossover. Which proved to be most super?

Justice League of course is a massive franchise film that cost a reported $300 million to make, and runs 120 minutes. The CW’s “Crisis on Earth-x” event meanwhile spanned about 160 total minutes across four episodes and cost… a whole lot less. (In general, an hour-long TV drama on the high side carries a $5 million price tag. And keep in mind, this is The CW.)

How did Green Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, White
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Late Comics Icon Len Wein To Receive WGA West Animation Award

Len Wein, the late comic book co-creator of Marvel’s Wolverine and DC Swamp Thing who also served as an animation writer for TV, will receive the Writers Guild of America West's 2017 Animation Writers Caucus Animation Writing Award. The ceremony is tonight at the WGA's Los Angeles headquarters. Wein worked on classic superhero comics from Batman and Superman to Spider-Man, Thor, Daredevil, and the Justice League. He also served as editor of Alan Moore's seminal Watchmen
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Ratings: Arrowverse Crossover Opener Lifts Supergirl, Arrow to 1-Year Highs

Ratings: Arrowverse Crossover Opener Lifts Supergirl, Arrow to 1-Year Highs
Sometimes more is more, The CW’s Arrowverse crossover event proved, as it does each year, with its “super”-sized ratings.

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Kicking off Night 1, Monday’s opening hour drew 2.65 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating, surging 40 and 80 percent from Supergirl‘s previous episode to mark that show’s biggest audience since Jan. 23 and its best demo number since last November’s crossover launch (3.5 mil/1.1).

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Part 2 aka the ostensible “Arrow episode” followed with 2.54 mil and a 0.9, nearly doubling that show’s
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Arrowverse 'Crisis on Earth-x' Crossover Recap (Night 1): Oh, Hail No! — Plus, Who Was That Waitress?

Arrowverse 'Crisis on Earth-x' Crossover Recap (Night 1): Oh, Hail No! — Plus, Who Was That Waitress?
There was much ado just as Barry and Iris went to say “I do” during Night 1 of the Arrowverse’s “Crisis on Earth-x” crossover event.

Part 1 | Following a cold open in which Dark Arrow killed Earth-x’s Guardian/James Olsen while in the pursuit of tech needed for a Wmd, much of Monday’s opening hour was otherwise light and breezy and fun, fun, fun, starting with the Flash duo’s scattered superfriends (very) belatedly committing to their RSVPs amid melees with ninjas, medieval grunts and, yes, a Dominator. After besting said alien (who is “so last year”), Kara commiserated
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Watch Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca Reunite in Theaters This Weekend

Watch Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca Reunite in Theaters This Weekend
New footage of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is being shown before the Pixar movie Coco, during the Noovie preshow, and it features a reunion between Chewbacca and Luke Skywalker. Yes, you read that correctly, the wookie and the Jedi, chilling out on Ahch-To along with Rey. Disney and Lucasfilm are on the promotional rampage, premiering a slew of new footage over the last few weeks. Just recently, we were able to see Chewie do something many have wanted him to do for the last 6 months: Punch a Porg.

Although the reunion sounds like it's all fun and games, it's actually not. Luke Skywalker is apparently pretty grumpy and still pretty mad about the whole Kylo Ren betrayal deal. Rey and Chewbacca approach Luke in this sneak peek, asking him to return and help the Resistance. Luke says, "You think I came to the most unfindable place in the galaxy to be disturbed?
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Black Canary Was Almost in Batman: The Animated Series

Black Canary was cool. Batman: The Animated Series (Btas) is the definitive Batman in my book. Put the two together and you’ve got amazing potential. Paul Dini, one of the writers for Btas, talked about this with Cbr recently mentioning that the reason Black Canary wasn’t introduced was to feature Robin in more episodes. Dini states:

.Yeah, the Black Canary/Catwoman episode was a casualty. They [Fox] wanted more Robin in the series, and each time we wanted to drop him from a story, we had to fight for it. Not that we had anything against Robin, we just wanted to stretch now and then and do solo Batman stories or episodes that focused mainly on Gordon or the villains. After the experimentation of the first season, the network felt we might be leaving the boys behind, so we got the edict, add more Robin. Other than that, there
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Batman Does His Own Version of a Simon & Garfunkel Classic

Batman has been becoming more musical in the last few years with his hit “Untitled Self Portrait” from The Lego Movie really hitting things off. Then there was “Who’s the (Bat)Man” from The Lego Batman Movie. Plus, there’s this gem from Justice League Unlimited. Who would’ve guessed this brooding superhero would be so musical? Well, the team at How It Should Have Ended decided Batman had at least one more song to sing, so they wrote “The Sound of Violence” which is a parody of the Simon & Garfunkel classic, “The Sound of Silence.” This is one of the greatest versions of this song that I’ve heard. It is so freaking funny. Share it with your friends and family for a good laugh.
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‘Batman: Gotham by Gaslight’ Looks Bloody Interesting

Inspired by the the one-shot Elseworlds tale by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola, Batman: Gotham By Gaslight puts Batman against the real world serial killer, Jack the Ripper. Take a look at the trailer below as well as additional information about the upcoming DC and Warner Bros. Animation film.

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight takes place at the turn of the century as America’s continued industrial revolution is to be showcased at a World’s Fair hosted by Gotham City. But while the world prepares to witness the glittery glory of Gotham’s technological advances, there is a killer loose in the city’s darkest shadows. Preying on the city’s women, this killer is as precise as he is cruel. As Police Commissioner James Gordon tries to calm the fears of Gotham’s citizens regarding the butcher called Jack the Ripper, the masked vigilante Batman enacts his own detective
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Box Office Report: 'Justice League' on Track to Be a Huge Disappointment

Here's your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded): 1. Justice League - $96.0 million ($96.0 million total) 2. Wonder - $27.0 million ($27.0 million total) 3. Thor: Ragnarok - $21.7 million ($247.3 million total) 4. Daddy’s Home 2 - $14.8 million ($50.5 million total) 5. Murder on the Orient Express - $13.8 million ($51.7 million total) 6. The Star - $10.0 million ($10.0 million total) 7. A Bad Moms Christmas - $6.8 million ($50.9 million total) 8. Lady Bird - $2.5 million ($4.7 million total) 9. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - $1.11 million ($1.5 million total) 10. Jigsaw - $1.07 million ($36.4 million total) The Big Stories If someone were to win the $119 million Powerball jackpot this weekend and took the lump...

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‘Justice League’ Box Office Explained: What Happened?

Warner Bros.’ highly anticipated comics adaptation Justice League finally hit theaters this past weekend, and there’s no way around it: the film is a box office disappointment. The superhero team-up pulled in $94 million on opening weekend (adjusted down today from yesterday's estimates of $96 million), the lowest bow yet for a Dceu film and well below expectations (it was pegged at $110 million last week). But you may be asking, how is almost $100 million a disappointment? It only made $7 million less than Wonder Woman, and that movie is considered a smashing success. Won’t …
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Box Office: November 17-19, 2017: Justice League, Wonder, Thor: Ragnarok

  Box Office: November 17-19, 2017 Justice League premiered in the Number One spot at the box office over the weekend with $96 Million. That is below the $121 Million that Thor: Ragnarok opened with a few weeks ago. That has got to be a disappointing take and turn of events for DC. [...]

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Leaked Justice League Deleted Scenes Show Iris West and More Cyborg

Over the weekend, we heard that most of the deleted scenes from Justice League featured Cyborg's backstory. We get to see what that looked like now in some leaked footage that is making its way across the internet. These deleted scenes, some of which haven't been completed, also give us a look at the Keirsey Clemons cameo that was axed from the movie.

The original runtime for Justice League was said to be nearly three hours. When Joss Whedon stepped into replace director Zack Snyder, that runtime was shaved down to exactly one hour and forty-nine minutes minus credits and post-credit scenes. That means over an hour of the movie is sitting unfinished in a Warner Bros. vault in Burbank. Now, some of the missing footage has popped up, and it gives us a better idea about Zack Snyder's original vision.

Justice League was supposed to be the Dceu's most important movie,
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DC Extended Universe Movies Ranked from Worst to Best

Last weekend saw the release of Justice League, which brings the total of films in the DC Extended Universe (Dceu) to five. While that may seem like too few to rank, keep in mind that if Warner Bros. keeps on pace with production, that number will grow. The Dceu has had a rough start, but keep in mind that the McU didn’t have a smooth liftoff. Iron Man was fantastic, but then they had to figure out The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man 2. The Dceu has generated its fair share of controversy, but to its credit, it’s …
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