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Things We Saw Today: Eleven Takes on Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Plus, all the SDCC news that's fit to print!

It looks like Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown just can't keep away from monsters. The erstwhile Eleven stars in this trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the sequel to 2014's Godzilla. The film also stars Kyle Chandler and Vera Farmiga as Brown's parents, who are trying to save the world from the monster invasion.

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Syfy Renews Wynonna Earp for a Fourth Season

Whiskeys and donuts all around!

In what is quickly becoming an Earper Comic Con tradition, it was announced that cult series Wynonna Earp would be returning for a fourth season. Fans at the show's panel quickly responded with screams of delight and excitement. Wynonna herself, Melanie Scrofano, even yelled "no takebacks!" at the network execs sitting in on the panel.

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Sean Gunn Pens Thoughtful Twitter Thread in Response to Disney Firing His Brother James Over Offensive Tweets

Sean Gunn has penned a thoughtful Twitter thread in response to his brother James Gunn getting fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

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The Shazam! Trailer Reminds Us That We Need Kid-Friendly Comic Book Movies

The DCEU remembers that kids like comic book movies too (shocker, I know).

The DCEU came to San Diego Comic Con armed with new trailers, but the one that really stands out is Warner Bros. and New Line's upcoming Shazam! movie. The reason is simple: DC has finally made a comic book movie for kids, starring kids.

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Nicole Maines Joins the Cast of Supergirl as TV’s First Transgender Superhero

This is a huge moment for trans representation.

The CW's Supergirl is making history with the addition of television's first transgender superhero. Trans actress and activist Nicole Maines (Royal Pains, The Trans List) will be joining the cast as Nia Nal, a new reporter at CatCo Media.

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Things We Saw Today: The First Aquaman Trailer Makes a Splash at Comic-Con

I never thought I'd be excited about an Aquaman movie but 2018 is full of surprises.

The cast of Aquaman took the stage at Hall H to present the first trailer for the latest entry into the DCEU, and it didn't disappoint. The trailer gives us a look at Arthur Curry's origin story, with the first meeting of his human lighthouse keeper father (Temuera Morrison) and Atlantean queen mother (Nicole Kidman).

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Wonder Woman 1984‘s Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot and Chris Pine Sneak a Clip of the New Film at SDCC

Wonder Woman kicks ass at the mall, like a true 80's lady.

The Warner Bros./DCEU panel drew a massive crowd as expected, as they introduced the director and stars of the hotly anticipated sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. Patty Jenkins, Chris Pine and Gal Gadot took the stage at Hall H, where they played a rough clip from the film, which they are currently shooting in the Washington, D.C. area.

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Ezra Miller’s Sexy Toadette Cosplay Was the Best Part of the Fantastic Beasts Comic Con Panel

Oh, and there's also a new trailer.

One of the most anticipated panels at San Diego Comic Con this year was for Warner Bros. latest entry into the Potterverse, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The stars of the film were all in attendance, including Newt Scamander himself Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, and Dan Fogler. Ezra Miller however, stood out from the crowd with his brilliant sexy Toadette cosplay.

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Black-ish Star Anthony Anderson Under Investigation for Sexual Assault Claim

This marks the third claim of sexual misconduct against the actor.

he LAPD is currently investigating an alleged assault claim against Black-ish star Anthony Anderson. The unnamed woman told police that she met Anderson after catering a party he threw.

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M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass Trailer Drops at San Diego Comic Con

I see super-powered people.

Universal premiered the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass yesterday at San Diego Comic Con. The films is said to be the last in Shyamalan's superhero trilogy, which started with Unbreakable in 2000

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is Getting a New and Inclusive Reboot with a Black Lead

If the apocalypse comes, DM me.

21 years after it first entered the cultural lexicon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer is being rebooted for a new generation. Series creator Joss Whedon will executive produce the series, which is being written by Monica Owusu-Breen. Owusu-Breen previously worked on Agents of Shield, in addition to developing and showrunning Midnight, Texas on NBC. A woman of color leading the series? All of the yes.

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According to This Patronizing, Bullying GOP Candidate, Only the “Young & Naive” Care About Science

That "young & naive" vote is coming for these dudes in November.

The story of two women refusing to accept the condescending dismissal of men in politics.

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Things We Saw Today: If You Need Us We’ll Be Drinking This Star Trek: TNG Ten-Forward Vodka


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Sundance Hit Assassination Nation Takes Over Hall H at San Diego Comic Con

“Imagine if the comment section came alive and tried to kill everyone you know and love. That’s it in a nutshell.”

Assassination Nation, directed by Sam Levinson (son of famed director Barry Levinson) is about what happens when the small town of Salem suffers a massive data hack. As secrets come pouring out, the town turns on each other and violence and chaos take over. Four high school girls must defend themselves when the town turns on them.

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The Theme for American Horror Story Season 8 is ‘Apocalypse’ But Unless Jessica Lange is Coming Back I Don’t Really Care

The theme for season 8 of American Horror Story has been announced, but I honestly don't give a shit unless Jessica Lange is returning to the series. That theme is "Apocalypse", by the way, and will feature a mash-up of the worlds of both Murder House (season 1) and Coven (season 3).

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James Gunn Fired from Guardians 3 After Old Tweets Joking About Rape and Pedophilia Surface [UPDATE: GUNN’S STATEMENT]

James Gunn has been fired the upcoming Guardians 3 film in light of old tweets were dug up by a conservative personality showing that Gunn made jokes about rape and pedophilia as late as 2012.

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SDCC Spoilers: Did Voltron Just Confirm [Redacted] is Gay?

Oh my god you guys!!!

Get ready, everyone. The Voltron: Legendary Defender panel just blew our minds. Fans of the series have long been clamoring for LGBT+ representation and now their wishes have come true.

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Dear Fat-Shamers, Please Don’t Make Me Defend Fox News

It hurts my soul.

I have plenty of issues with Fox News and the people that appear on the network. There are lots of reasons why I don't feel like they're qualified to be on television, let alone on such an influential platform. But physical appearance doesn't factor into it. Someone's weight has no bearing on their ability to deliver news (or in Fox's case, "news") and if you have a problem with someone's words or thoughts, what kind of sense does it make to attack their appearance? It's meaningless and lazy.

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We Finally Have a Female Predator: Thanks Feminism!

Wow, women really can have it all!

At the Predator panel at San Diego Comic Con, it was revealed that the latest film in the long-running franchise will finally feature female Predators. Congratulations ladies, we did it.

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Our New Favorite Doctor Jodie Whittaker Declares “Women Shouldn’t Be a Genre” at San Diego Comic-Con

San Diego Comic-Con 2018 started out with a brilliant bang yesterday, as fans of Doctor Who filled the legendary Hall H for the much-anticipated introduction of Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor.

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