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This Magical Box of Wonder Woman Swag Is the Coolest

A week ago I got to visit the office of CultureFly, a company that creates merch for die-hard fans. I made off with their curated Wonder Woman box, and I am here to tell you of its glory.

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Wonder Woman Was the Most Tweeted-About Movie of 2017

Wonder Woman was unsurprisingly the most tweeted-about movie of 2017, with Spider-Man: Homecoming in fourth place and Justice League in fifth.

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Exclusive: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women Deleted Scene Shows Marston’s Problematic Yet Genuine Feminism

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is being released on Blu-ray, so if you missed the theatrical release, you'll soon be able to see this amazing film in the comfort of your own, well, anywhere. To celebrate, Sony Home Entertainment has provided us with an exclusive clip from Angela Robinson's beautiful and thought-provoking film.

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TIME’s Person of the Year Shortlist Includes Colin Kaepernick, the #MeToo Movement and, Yes, Trump

Here's who TIME found influential this year, for better or for worse.

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Exceptionalism and Heroism: Most Heroes Are Born Into It

How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore go on and on, grow into more of a phenomenon? Good question Mr. Burr. In genre film and television, many main characters and heroes are often born into their power. They have inherited a purpose from their parents and now have to finish the mission that they started. From Luke Skywalker to Harry Potter to T'Challa to Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman, they are all asked to step up not just for themselves, but for the past they now carry. But why is that?

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Patty Jenkins Promises New Characters and New Love Story in Wonder Woman 2—Gentlemen You Have a Tough Act to Follow

With Wonder Woman still being the DCEU's biggest financial and critical success in their movie universe, while other upcoming projects are uncertain there is no doubt that Wonder Woman 2 is happening.

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Things We Saw Today: A Cheatsheet For What the Hell the Infinity Stones are in Infinity War

If you're not a big comics reader, it's totally understandable that you might be wondering what all the fuss is about some colorful jewels and Thanos' big gauntlet to collect 'em all. The Marvel movies have included and teased the gems before, but this is when they'll really come into play.

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Marvel’s Kevin Feige Wishes Captain Marvel Were First. I Say, Be the Studio That Has MORE THAN ONE.

One of the reasons that we love the Wonder Woman solo film so much, in addition to Patty Jenkins' masterful direction and a damn-near-perfect performance by Gal Gadot, is because it was the first time that moviegoers got a genuinely good film with a female superhero at its center. Now, we have Marvel's Captain Marvel to look forward to, and Kevin Feige has some mixed feelings about that.

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Things We Saw Today: Digital Spy Lists the 10 Most Expensive Movie Flops of All Time

2017 has not been a good year for movies. While there have been some that have gone beyond expectations like It, Thor: Ragnarok, and Wonder Woman there was also Blade Runner 2049, Justice League and most films that came out in October that have now been forgotten.

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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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Gal Gadot Says That Brett Ratner Is Officially off Wonder Woman 2

Brett Ratner will not be attached to Wonder Woman 2.

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Review: Justice League Is a Messy Ride Saved Only by an Electric Cast of Characters—Except Batman

2.5 out of 5 Stars.

Justice League was poorly written and had mediocre CGI, but was a lot of fun.

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“Painful,” “Stupid,” “Consistently Embarrassing to Watch”: Yup, It’s a Justice League Review Roundup!

The reviews are in and they're not great. Even when they're positive, they're somehow still not great.

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At Least One of Wonder Woman’s Amazons is Happy About That Justice League Costume Change

After it was noted that the Amazons in Justice League were sporting far skimpier outfits than they'd worn on Themyscira in Wonder Woman, a lot of us let out a long, collective, frustrated sigh. But one of the Amazonian actresses, Brooke Ence, says that she was just fine with the leather bikini look.

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Things We Saw Today: Wonder Woman 2 Release Date Announced, Thank Hera!

Wonder Woman will be coming back early, Colin Kaepernick is recognized by GQ, and Mjolnir has chosen someone worthy.

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Buy This Badass Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League Merch for a Very Good Cause

Ever wish you could treat yourself (and your family, and your friends) to some sweet superhero swag and make the world a better place at the same time? I hadn't known this was possible, but this idea is genius, and it comes courtesy of "philanthropic retailer" called BoxLunch.

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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: Justice League Changed the Amazons’ Practical Armor to WHAT?

Analyzing side-by-side comparisons between the Amazon costumes from Wonder Woman and those from Justice League, cosplayer and blogger extraordinaire Kimi, a.k.a GoldenLassoGirl, asks the obvious question: why the hell did the Amazons go from wearing battle-appropriate costumes to generic barbarian bikinis? 

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Gal Gadot Won’t Sign on to Wonder Woman 2 If Accused Harasser Brett Ratner Is Involved

Gal Gadot is reportedly refusing to sign on for the Wonder Woman sequel until accused sexual harasser Brett Ratner is removed from the production. As a source told Page Six: "They can’t have a movie rooted in women’s empowerment being part-financed by a man ­accused of sexual misconduct against women."

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Stan Lee Toys With Our Emotions About a Black Widow Movie

Stan, please. I'm weak.

Stan Lee is both a savior and a supervillain to me today after he seemingly confirmed that we'll get a Black Widow standalone movie—eventually.

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