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Ben Affleck Says There Is “Sexual Tension” Between Wonder Woman and Batman in Justice League and I Just Punched a Wall

Apparently, this is all Joss Whedon's fault.

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Things We Saw Today: Donald Trump Forgot That He’s the President of the US Virgin Islands

If he even ever knew.

While addressing a crowd of folks who like to call themselves "Values Voters" but mostly just hate on LGBTQIA people, Trump mentioned that he'd met with the President of the US Virgin Islands. The President of the US Virgin Islands is Donald Trump.

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A Cut of Justice League Was Secretly Screened for Fans

According to reports, Warner Bros./DC held a special early screening of Justice League for a lucky few. However, approach any eyewitness reactions you see on social media with a skeptically raised Spock eyebrow.

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The Dangers of Writing Celebrities’ Stories Off as “Gossip”

One man's infidelity is gossip. A Hollywood powerhouse enjoying a reputation as an industry's great feminist proponent who allegedly uses that position to exploit the very societal ills he is meant to be fighting–that is news.

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The Snide Response From Joss Whedon’s Camp Over Infidelity Allegations Is Not Helpful

After The Wrap published a blistering essay from Josh Whedon's ex-wife Kai Cole that exposed what she says were years of his cheating and feminist posturing, Joss Whedon's spokesperson issued a response. It was not a great response.

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Twitter Is Roasting Joss Whedon After His Ex-Wife Details Years of Infidelity

Following the bombshell essay from Kai Cole, Joss Whedon's ex-wife, that laid bare Whedon's affairs and the hypocrisy of his hyped-up feminism, Twitter is having a field day.

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Whedonesque Shuts Down After Fifteen Years Following News of Joss Whedon’s Infidelity

Thanks to an account from Joss Whedon's ex-wife, architect and film producer Kai Cole, we know more about Whedon's history of cheating on and lying to his wife while purposely taking advantage of his position of power in the film and television industry to "conquer and acquire — specifically sexually" women who worked for him. Now, his biggest supporters are falling by the wayside.

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Kai Cole Has Posted A Devastating Account of Joss Whedon’s Hypocrisy During Their Marriage

Architect and producer Kai Cole has posted a devastating account of her and Joss Whedon's 16-year marriage, in which she rebukes him for "the hypocrisy of being out in the world preaching feminist ideals, while at the same time, taking away my right to make choices for my life and my body based on the truth."

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These 3 Wonder Woman Movie and TV Projects (Thankfully) Failed

Merciful Minerva!

Although I'd be perfectly happy with a 24-hour live broadcast of director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot's interpretation of Wonder Woman, I have to say I'm pretty glad these projects never saw the light of day. They might've cursed Diana into the realms of mediocrity and not let the wondrous vision we saw this summer take shape.

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Joss Whedon and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Script: A Wonder Woman Story

One of the great pop culture white whales of recent years has been Joss Whedon's mysterious Wonder Woman script. As audiences begged for the iconic superheroine to hit the big screen, and Whedon's take was rejected, that rejected script became a symbol of Everything That's Wrong with Hollywood. It became a symbol of an All Boys' Club trying to keep superhero movies For Men Only. Turns out? That script was just bad. And also hella sexist.

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Joss Whedon Takes Over Directing Duties on Justice League Under the Most Heartbreaking Circumstances

I've absolutely wanted Joss Whedon to direct a DC film, but I would never have wanted it to happen like this. Whedon is taking over directing duties on Justice League, which is currently in post-production, from Zack Snyder. The reason? Snyder and his wife, producer Deborah Snyder, lost their 20-year-old daughter a couple of months ago to suicide, so Snyder has decided to step away from the film.

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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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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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Joss Whedon to Direct Standalone Batgirl Movie! Here Are My Very Mixed Feelings

If there's one area in which Warner Bros./DC Entertainment seems to be besting Marvel Entertainment it's in putting its solo female heroes front and center in their cinematic universe. Sure, Marvel has finally gotten around to a Captain Marvel movie, but DC has Wonder Woman coming out this summer, and a Batgirl movie currently in development, with a director who knows a thing or two about female, teen heroes. Joss Whedon is set to direct Barbara Gordon's first solo feature.

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Cover Reveal: Your First Look at Slayers & Vampires, an Unauthorized Oral History of BTVS and Angel

Slayers & Vampires: The Complete Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel includes compelling stories about the shows we’ve all grown to love so much.

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Things We Saw Today: Everybody Photoshopped Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Dog Into Everything and It’s All Amazing

If you want to spend the rest of your day looking at Lin-Manuel Miranda's dog, Tobi, photoshopped into a bunch of different photos, then look no further.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Right That a Buffy Revival Would Be a Bad Idea, But Not For the Reason She Thinks

Sarah Michelle Gellar, the actress who made Buffy Summers an icon (sorry, Kristy Swanson!), doesn't think that a Buffy revival a la Gilmore Girls or Twin Peaks is a good idea. She's not wrong. However, I'm not convinced it's because of the reason she gives.

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Things We Saw Today: Marvel Pulls Too-Mature Riri Williams Cover, Previews Interior Art That’s Way More Awesome

Yesterday, comics fans got into a bit of a tizzy (some of us got into a bigger tizzy than others) about a variant cover for the upcoming first issue of Invincible Iron Man featuring Riri Williams looking way too sexualized for a 15-year-old character. The cover was originally a store variant for Midtown Comics in NYC, and now Marvel and Midtown have decided to pull the cover.

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Joss Whedon Returns to Twitter, Promises Mark Ruffalo Will Do a Nude Scene If We Vote Against Trump

Joss Whedon quit Twitter a year ago, and no one knows why. Now he's back, and he's got a reason for his return: he wants to tell us to vote against Trump. And also, Mark Ruffalo will do a nude scene in his next movie if we all comply.

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