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  1. Chris Pine May Play Gal Gadot’s Love Interest Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman

    Warner Bros. live-action Wonder Woman has few concrete details at the moment besides Gal Gadot starring and Patty Jenkins recently taking over the director chair but it seems as if they've decided to pursue the Steve Trevor story.

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  2. Robert Rodriguez to Write and Direct Warner Bros.’ Live-Action Jonny Quest

    Sim, sim, salabim!

    After years in development, an adaptation of the Hanna-Barbera classic show, Jonny Quest, may now actually see the light of day as a live-action film, with director Robert Rodriguez at the helm.

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  3. Documentary in the Works Featuring Mad Max Director George Miller’s Canceled Justice League Film

    Just the excuse I needed to make Mad Max: Fury Road's Wives into comic book superheroes!

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  4. Tyler James Williams Talks Miles Morales and the Lack of Young, Black Superheroes; Confirms Jaden Smith to Play Static Shock

    "It's about time. I would love to see it now, but I would hate to see it not done right."

    Today in "we could have had it all" news, The Walking Dead and Everybody Hates Chris star Tyler James Williams has said he's read for Marvel and would "absolutely love" to play Spider-Man.

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  5. Warner Bros. Animation King Bruce Timm Weighs in on Suicide Squad’s Harley Quinn

    Created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm for Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn has taken on a unique place in fandom through the years. We're finally getting to see her brought to life for live-action thanks to Suicide Squad but her look is certainly a far cry from her original Harlequin costume. Timm has some thoughts on her latest portrayal.

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  6. The Suicide Squad is Revealed in Costumed Cast Photos Including Harley Quinn, Katana, & Deadshot

    Standing in front of a big ol' Belle Reve sign is your Suicide Squad. What do you think?

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  7. Why Is Batman So Pouty in His Batman v Superman Poster?

    "They made me share my movie. :(" -Batman

    "That's my secret. I'm always sad."

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  8. DC Movie Slate Faces Intense Scrutiny In the Wake of Marvel Studios’ Success

    Maybe if your characters smiled once in a while?

    We've been noticing this for a while. It seems like, when it comes to creating a successful, united cinematic universe, Marvel Studios has the game on lock, and with the highly-anticipated Age of Ultron opening this weekend, the success will likely continue to roll in. Meanwhile, DC Entertainment seems to be struggling to find their Cinematic Universe feet.

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  9. Gerry Conway Says DC Entertainment is Ripping Off Creators

    It's not like you don't have the money, DC.

    Whenever you see comic book characters leap off the page and into a new medium - like all the DC shows on television right now - you're probably thinking Wow! Whoever created these characters must be making BANK! Not necessarily. In fact, thanks to changes that happened once DC Comics became DC Entertainment, comic creators are making a lot less.

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  10. Gotham Gab: “The Anvil or the Hammer”

    Barbara. I am so sorry about how this show is treating you, Barbara.

    What did you think of last night's pen(guin)ultimate episode of Gotham Season 1? Share your thoughts in the comments below, but look out for spoilers if you're behind.

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  11. Daredevil v Batman v Superman: Getting Angst Right in the Superhero Genre

    season 1 of Daredevil was released on Netflix and just about everyone—myself included—went wild for it. Yet, a mere eight days later, Zack Snyder released the teaser trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the reaction has been laced with a heavy dose of, “Ugh, more brooding?” This begs the question, what did Daredevil do right and what is Batman v Superman doing (or rather predicted to do) wrong?

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  12. “DC Super Hero Girls” Announced For Marketing Apparel, Action Figures, and TV to Girls!

    "Featuring DC Comics’ most powerful and diverse line-up of female characters as relatable teens."


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  13. New Batman v Superman Posters, Batmobile and Batsuit Images, Now in Slightly More Color!

    Next time: brighter lighting!

    The Batman v Superman marketing train has left the station whether we like it or not, and we now have posters, NBA stars test-driving the batmobile, and a full batsuit reveal! Well, a color batsuit reveal. Well, slightly more color. This is a DC movie we're talking about, after all. DARKNESS. NO PARENTS.

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

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  17. BREAKING: Patty Jenkins to Direct Wonder Woman!


    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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  18. 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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  19. Gotham Gab: “Beasts of Prey”


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

    Hera, help us!

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