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“CRISIS ON EARTH-X” DC Crossover Trailer: the B-Team of DC Gives Justice League a Run for Its Money


If Warner Bros. feels salty about Justice League getting beat by the "B-team of Marvel," they should recognize it's also being outdone by their own B-team.

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The Last Jedi‘s “Off-Kilter” Admiral Holdo Will Fight Both the First Order and Stereotypes About Female Leadership

Laura Dern's Last Jedi character, the purple-haired Admiral Amilyn Holdo, will reportedly butt heads with Poe Dameron as she defies stereotypes about female bosses.

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Spike Lee Updates the Feminism of She’s Gotta Have It For Netflix With Help From Female Voices

No one is perfect, and no one knows everything. The best any of us can do is learn from our mistakes and work toward doing better. It seems that director Spike Lee is doing just that with his 1986 feature film debut, She's Gotta Have It, which he's adapted as a 10-episode series for Netflix.

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Justice League Underperformed at the Box Office. So What Comes Next?

Despite making 95 million at the box office, this was a disappointing weekend number for Warner Bros. with estimates earlier projecting the film to make in the $110 million range this weekend. The movie's budget is said to be around 300 million. Next stop: Aquaman.

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The New Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Absolutely Stunning

Disney has dropped a second trailer for Ava DuVernay's adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, and it is seriously beautiful.

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Hiromi Tsuru’s Final Lines as Dragon Ball‘s Bulma Will Make You Cry

Hiromi Tsuru, the voice of Dragon Ball's Bulma (as well as Ukyo Kuonji from Ranma 1/2, Naomi Hunter from Metal Gear Solid, and more), passed away on November 16th at the age of 57.

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Jeffrey Tambor Will Not Return to Transparent After Sexual Harassment Allegations

Following allegations of sexual harassment from two women, Jeffrey Tambor has announced he will not return to the Amazon series.

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Ava DuVernay On Making A Wrinkle in Time an Inclusive Sci-Fi Vision “Through the Lens of a Black Woman”

"A hero doesn’t have to be defined so narrowly.”

"She should be able to know that she can walk through any door — even if the door is not there. If you start walking towards it, it will appear for you. And it’s not only for black girls but all kinds of girls — and boys too. A hero doesn’t have to be defined so narrowly.”

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The Last Jedi Will Deal With Some Very Empire Themes

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, director Rian Johnson said The Last Jedi "is very much about Rey trying to figure out how she fits into all this."

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Zack Snyder Fans Have Started A Petition to See His Cut of Justice League

37,000+ fans have signed a petition for Warner Bros. to release a "Zack Snyder's Director's Cut and Tom Holkenborg's (Junkie XL) Score for Home Release." But does such a cut even exist?

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See All of Baby Jack-Jack’s Powers (Plural) in the First Incredibles 2 Teaser

The first trailer for Incredibles 2 has finally dropped, and while it doesn't tell us much about the plot, it does reveal the many superpowers of baby Jack-Jack.

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Jessica Chastain Rips Into Sexist Casting With “Every Audition Ever” Skit on Jimmy Fallon

"Try it again, but hot"

When Jessica Chastain appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, they put together a skit which skewered the way that actresses are treated in auditions.

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The Rock Battles 30-Foot Wolves, Gorillas, and Crocodiles in the Truly Ridiculous Rampage Trailer

The trailer for Rampage has landed, and it looks deliciously absurd. Based on the 1986 arcade game, Rampage follows Davis Okoye, a primatologist played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as he deals with an outbreak of Kong-sized monsters. 

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Interview: The 100‘s Eliza Taylor Trades Genre for Contemporary Grit in New Film Thumper

One of the things that makes The CW's The 100 so awesome is the nuanced and finely-calibrated central performance by Eliza Taylor, who plays our favorite bisexual dystopian leader, Clarke Griffin. In the new movie Thumper, Taylor brings that talent to a realistic, contemporary story about the American opioid epidemic from the point of view of the underprivileged youth most likely to buy and deal.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Extended TV Spot: Kylo Ren Failed Luke Skywalker

I mean, "fail" may be a bit of an understatement here, considering that Kylo Ren went rogue on his Jedi uncle, slaughtered a bunch of trainees, and betrayed his family and the New Republic. But fail Luke Kylo did, as Yoda might say.

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Why Hari Kondabolu Decided to Take on The Simpsons in The Problem With Apu

The Problem With Apu brings together South Asian talent to talk about the importance of representation in a series of candid and personal interviews. Hari Kondabolu explains what he wants the documentary to accomplish.

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Transparent‘s Jeffrey Tambor the Latest Disappointing Addition to Growing List of Alleged Sexual Harassers in Hollywood

Hearing about problematic behavior always hurts more when it affects something you love. For the past four seasons, I've been enjoying following the journey of the Pfefferman family on Amazon's Transparent. I even had the pleasure of being a background actor on the show, which had what I perceived as a safe and progressive set. According to two women working on the show, it was anything but.

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Jake Gyllenhaal Being Eyed to Replace Ben Affleck as Batman

The Justice League rumor mill is churning once again and this time it has to do with rumors that Jake Gyllenhaal is being eyed to replace Ben Affleck as Batman, but that doesn't mean he has to be Bruce Wayne.

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Netflix Just Locked Down a Superhero Movie With Daisy Ridley!

Disney has Daisy Ridley for two more Star Wars movies that we're incredibly excited about (including the one coming out in just under a month!), and if that keeps working out as well as it has so far, they'd no doubt like to put Ridley in as many heroic blockbuster roles as possible—but Netflix just swooped in and landed her upcoming superhero-themed project.

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Seth Meyers: Sexual Harassment Isn’t a Partisan Issue, but a “Society-Wide Problem”

"This is society-wide problem borne out of systemic misogyny and abuse of power," says the host, "and both parties need to take it seriously, no matter who's accused."

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