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Patty Jenkins Has Been Dying to Show Wonder Woman and Disprove “Discombobulated Mess” Rumors

Patty Jenkins talked to Collider about early rumors from an anonymous letter that called the Wonder Woman "a discombobulated mess."

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Things We Saw Today: Alamo Drafthouse NYC to Upset Even More Fragile Men With All-Women Screening of Wonder Woman

Gird your loins, "special snowflakes," because there's another women only screening of Wonder Woman headed your way.

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DC Super Hero Girls Gets New Cartoon Network Series From My Little Pony’s Lauren Faust!

We're big fans of DC Super Hero Girls around here. They've been delivering fun, inspiring, and age-appropriate takes on DC's female heroes for their younger fans (as well as adults who value fun, inspiring takes on superheroes) not only through adorable web episodes and straight-to-video films, but through comics, books, and other merchandise. Now, they're making the jump into a full-fledged animated series!

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Things We Saw Today: Classic Spider-Man Theme Arrangement From Homecoming Composer Rules

Listen, bud.

With superheroes getting so many new on-screen iterations so quickly, there's a delicate balance between throwbacks and new directions that must be struck. Sam Raimi worked the oldschool Spider-Man theme into his first Spider-Man movie in a fun way, but this arrangement from the Spider-Man: Homecoming composer is awesome in its own, completely different way.

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Wonder Woman’s Incredible Fighting Skills Are on Full Display in New Movie Clips

We're just under two weeks away from the Wonder Woman movie debut, and early reactions have been encouragingly positive, but what we all really want to do is judge for ourselves. That's tough to do while we've only got trailers to go on, but these new clips, showing off the Amazon's fighting abilities without all the slick trailer tricks, should give you a bit more material—and we think you'll come away impressed.

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Early Wonder Woman Movie Reactions Are Everything We Could’ve Dreamed Of

Some good news! SOME GOOD NEWS!

We already thought Wonder Woman couldn't get here fast enough, but now there's even more reason to feel that way. Whether you've been underwhelmed with the DCEU movies so far or enjoyed them, the buzz so far is that we're all in for the best of the bunch when Wonder Woman finally makes her solo movie debut.

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The Flash Mob: “Infantino Street” Is Best Described in Three Words—What? No. Why?!

Raise your hand if you're feeling distraught after watching the last five minutes of "Infantino Street."

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Review: Wonder Woman Commemorative Edition Provides Context and History … Sort Of.

DC continues to celebrate 75 years of Wonder Woman, and with the new live-action film coming up in less than a month, they're tiding us over until then with an awesome re-release of 2009's Wonder Woman animated film, starring Keri Russell as Diana of Themyscira. **Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this Post. The opinions I share are my own.**

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Long-Awaited New Footage in the Final Wonder Woman Trailer Is as Majestic as Its Heroine

We've been talking a lot about Wonder Woman in the lead-up to her first-ever live-action feature film, which comes out in less than a month. While the marketing for Wonder Woman has been a mixed bag (and hasn't featured much of Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, because she's just given birth to her second child and is spending time with her family right now), there's one thing on which I think we can all agree. The final trailer is awesome as hell! Check it out after the jump!

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DC Comics Will Launch A Young Readers Imprint in 2018!

As part of their plans for "market expansion," DC just announced the launch of a Young Readers imprint for 2018, overseen by one of the company's top female editors.

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Are You Wondering Where the Wonder Woman Marketing Is? Yeah, Us Too

We've got just over a month before Wonder Woman hits theaters. By this time in a mega-blockbuster superhero movie's gestation cycle, potential audiences have long been drowning in promotional campaigns. Marketing is s huge part of the movie process. So where is the marketing for Wonder Woman?

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Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Is Already as Excited for a Sequel as We Are

Believe it or not, we're just over a month away from Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman movie, but with that film diving into the past after the character was brought to the screen in the present in Batman v Superman, it's hard not to look ahead to the future. Jenkins thinks so, too, and she's already excited about the prospect of a Wonder Woman sequel.

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The Flash Mob: What’s Up With Barry’s Myspace Hair in “The Once and Future Flash?”

It's been a while but we are back and ready to recap last night's episode.

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DC Entertainment to Launch New Digital Service, Because Every Company Is Basically Their Own Network Now

If you wanna watch this show, you have to get this service. We've been hearing a lot of that lately (she said as she continued to ponder whether getting CBS All Access was worth it just to have access to Star Trek: Discovery). Now, DC Entertainment is teaming up with Warner Bros. Television in a digital endeavor of their own. A new, direct-to-consumer digital service that will be the exclusive home of some pretty exciting projects.

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Since Joss Whedon Doesn’t Know Who He Wants to Play Batgirl, We’ve Got Some Suggestions

Earlier today, we reported that Joss Whedon is still trying to figure out the kind of Batgirl he wants to bring to the big screen, and will settle on that before trying to find the right actor to match. That doesn't mean we have to wait. Now, you already know how much I would love to see Lindsey Morgan take the role. That said, here are some awesome ladies that would also be amazing contenders.

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Joss Whedon Just Crushed All Batgirl Casting Rumors but Had a Fun Suggestion

A totally serious one. I swear.

Noted geek Joss Whedon stopped by the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 premiere last night, and that gave him a chance to talk about his own upcoming comic book adaptation: the recently announced Batgirl movie. Ever since news of the upcoming movie broke, the rumor mill has been working overtime, already producing a casting theory, but Whedon took some time to crush that along with any others.

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Dolph Lundgren Stays on Brand, Joins Aquaman Movie as a Villain

Aquaman just added another member to its already impressive cast and you might recognize him from various action movies.

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Things We Saw Today: The X-Files Are Back (But Not in the Way You Might Think)

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are set to reprise their roles as Dana Mulder and Fox Scully, just not on television.

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Justice League Action‘s Rachel Kimsey Talked to Us About Wonder Woman’s Strengths, Her Flaws, and Fan Fantasies

Rachel Kimsey's enthusiasm for her role on Cartoon Network's Justice League Action is palpable. I guess if you get to voice Wonder Woman for a living, how could it not be? I got to speak to the actor after the Justice League Action panel at WonderCon, and we talked about Wonder Woman's strengths, her flaws, fan fantasies, and what she brings to the role of Diana of Themyscira.

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If This Is Really Who’s Playing Batgirl, We Will Be Beyond Pumped

We had some huge news yesterday in that Joss Whedon will be writing, directing, and Executive Producing a Batgirl standalone film for Warner Bros. Now, more news is trickling out about the project, as well as a casting rumor based entirely on someone's Twitter behavior. Let's delve deep, you guys!

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