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  1. BREAKING: Batman v Superman Trailer Released – For Real This Time!

    Fever...rage....lots of brooding...

    Well, after being leaked yesterday, Warner Bros. has finally officially released the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice now that we've all already seen it. But now, you can see it officially.

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  2. Jenkins’ Wonder Woman to Be “Character-Driven”; But Aren’t All Good Films?

    Is "character-driven" code for "women's movie?"

    We were thrilled that despite the sudden departure of Michelle MacLaren from Warner Bros's Wonder Woman, that they quickly filled the director slot with another talented female director, Patty Jenkins. However, as word of what was actually behind the "creative differences" between Warner Bros and MacLaren has been released by industry insiders, I was left with mixed feelings about the project.

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  3. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU WATCH THE BATMAN v SUPERMAN TEASER TRAILER TEASER

    Stahp.

    Please do not watch the Batman v Superman teaser trailer teaser. We implore you.

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  4. BREAKING: Patty Jenkins to Direct Wonder Woman!

    HELL YEAH!

    Not two days after Michelle MacLaren left Warner Bros' upcoming Wonder Woman film, the project now has its new director! Monster's Patty Jenkins is taking the reins!

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  5. Lynda Carter Wants In On the New Wonder Woman Movie

    After hearing the bad news that Michelle MacLaren is no longer going to be helming the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, we're hearing a bit of cool news today. Lynda Carter, the first live-action Wonder Woman, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio, expressed interest in being involved in the new Wonder Woman film. Not as Diana Prince, obviously (that honor goes to Gal Gadot), but in a different capacity.

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  6. Gotham Gab: “Beasts of Prey”

    NO THANKS.

    Last night marked Milo Ventimiglia's premiere on Gotham as serial killer Jason Lennon, another character (a la Fish Mooney) written specifically for the show; and as much as I like Ventimiglia as an actor, I'm already beyond frustrated by his character's gross story arc.

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  7. We Could Have Had It All: Wonder Woman Director Michelle MacLaren Exits Film Project

    Hera, help us!

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  8. [UPDATED] The Suicide Squad Cast Assembles For a Table Read as They Pick Up Three More Actors

    Jared Leto or Scott Eastwood are not present for this Suicide Squad cast photo tweeted by director David Ayer however, two previously unannounced actors are.

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  9. The Flash Solo Film Wants Phil Lord and Chris Miller; Furious 7‘s James Wan May Direct The Rock Again in Shazam

    The Flash and the Furious.

    Take these rumors with a grain of salt the size of The Rock's neck.

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  10. More Mad Max on the Way: Tom Hardy Is Signed on for THREE More

    This is madness!

    The latest Mad Max: Fury Road trailer got us pretty hyped, and that's extra good news for Warner Bros., because they've got three more Mad movies lined up according to Tom Hardy's contract.

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  11. [UPDATED] Thor’s Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Reportedly Cast as Killer Croc in Suicide Squad

    Plus Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman's boyfriend might also have parts...

    I mean, I would pretty much take Mr. Eko in any role, but this is extra cool.

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  12. Jason Segel to Helm LEGO Spin-Off Movie Billion Brick Race

    And the LEGO train just keeps on chuggin'.

    It seems Warner Bros. cannot get enough LEGO. After the huge success of The Lego Movie, Warner Bros. announced that they have a LEGO spin-off movie in development! Called Billion Brick Race, it's going to be co-written and co-directed by Jason Segel (The Muppets) and Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3) and produced by LEGO Movie producers Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Dan Lin and Roy Lee.

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  13. Perfection: Steven Spielberg to Direct Ready Player One Adaptation

    Well Wheat-done, Warner Bros.

    Good news, nerds! The long-anticipated Warner Bros. adaptation of Ernest Cline's Ready Player One just got a big-name director (and no, it's not Christopher Nolan).

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  14. It’s on Like Salty Prawn: Jason Momoa Signs Aquaman Photo “Fuck Marvel”

    Brb, LOLing forever.

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  15. New Line Nabs Batkid Feature Film and Documentary!

    The story of Batkid will live on...

    The story of "Batkid" Miles Scott, the 5-year-old leukemia patient who got to live his dream to be a superhero courtesy of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and much of San Francisco, is both the subject of a documentary, Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Round the World, and an upcoming narrative feature film in which Julia Roberts is set to star and produce. Today, we've heard that both the documentary and the feature film have found a distributor in New Line Cinema!

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  16. Director of That Horrible Whitewashed Akira Adaptation Admits the Project May Never Happen

    Ding dong!

    At a press event last year, director Jaume Collet-Serra still seemed determined to make that mostly-white adaptation of Akira, despite telling reporters that he found many elements of the original uncompelling.

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  17. It’s Our First Look At The Supergirl Costume! EEEEE!

    Somewhere Jill is jumping up and down and she doesn't know why.

    It gets better! Wait until you see the skirt!

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  18. Warner Bros.: Upcoming DC Movies Will Be “Edgier” Than Marvel’s

    At least they didn't say "grittier"?

    In case all the angst and neck-snapping didn't clue you in, Warner Bros.' CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, has confirmed that DC's planned film universe will be "edgier" than Marvel's. Good luck with that; tesseracts have lots of edges.

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  19. How It Should Have Ended Discusses Superhero Movies, the Oscars, Reboots

    Watch it for the ending. Trust us.

    I think my favorite thing about the HISHE YouTube channel is that over time, it's slowly evolved from a series of gimmicky movie parodies to what basically amounts to a superhero-themed episode of Seinfeld. Which I think makes Batman George? Yeah, Batman is totally George. Anyway, check out this edition of Super Café where they basically talk about nothing and it's the best thing ever.

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  20. Jennifer Lawrence Cast as Steven Spielberg’s First Female Lead in 30 Years

    Welcome... to 1985 Park.

    1985: the entire Mary Sue staff—those of us who'd been born, anyway—were in diapers, the Nintendo Entertainment System first came to America, and Steven Spielberg had The Color Purple in theaters, starring Whoopi Goldberg. Yes, it's been that long since Steven Spielberg directed a movie with a female lead.

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