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Comic Strip: New ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Posters, ‘Avengers 2′ Details and One Stupid ‘Fantastic Four’ Controversy

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Marvel

ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis

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Comic-Con After Dark: What to Do in San Diego Once the Panels Are Done

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So, you're in San Diego for the big International Comic-Con 2014. You've waited in line for an eternity to get inside the walls of Hall H to see the cast of your most anticipated movies and TV shows, or you've spent the day rummaging around the convention floor, checking out the coolest gear and toys. Now what? Sure, you can go to one of the many bars that no doubt have some chuckle-worthy geek-centric drink specials, but there's another world of cool parties and nighttime fair.

So, you're in San Diego for the big International Comic-Con 2014. You've waited in line for an eternity to get inside the walls of Hall H to see the cast of your most anticipated movies and TV shows, or you've spent the day rummaging around the convention floor, checking out the coolest gear and toys. Now what? Sure, you can go to one of the many bars that no doubt have some chuckle-worthy geek-centric drink specials, but there's another world of cool parties and nighttime fair.

There is so much going on in San Diego (especially during the day), which is why we've narrowed down your search to (A) what's going on primarily at night, (B) the larger parties and events, and (C) what you'll have the best chance of getting into. Of course, there's always a low-key fan meet-up (like the 'Ghostbusters' fan party on Friday at the newly opened Werewolf bar), meet and greet, or cosplay gathering going on, so keep an eye out when you're on the ground. In the meantime, here are some of the coolest happenings that caught our eye.

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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Poster Hangs Tough

Paramount
Paramount

We're just a couple of weeks out from the release of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' and we know we're going to be seeing a whole lot of those green dudes this week at Comic-Con 2014. Until then, feast your eyes upon the latest poster for the heroes on a half shell, which looks pretty darn tough.

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‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Reveals First Look

Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

We've had an 'Unexpected Journey' and seen the 'Desolation of Smaug,' and now this year Peter Jackson brings us the conclusion of the trilogy with 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.' With six months still left ahead before we catch up with Bilbo and friends, it's about time we get our first look at the final chapter in their story.

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The Wrap Up: Dwayne Johnson Pretty Much Revealed His DC Superhero Role

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Paramount

ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Dwayne Johnson teases his DC superhero future, John Boyega's 'Star Wars' role is revealed, and the worst movie posters ever arrive.

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‘Predestination’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Takes ‘Minority Report’ to a New Level

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Pinnacle Films

The first 'Predestination' trailer shows a film in which Ethan Hawke ('The Purge,' 'Boyhood') seeks to prevent major crimes before they even happen. It sounds just like something out of a Philip K. Dick novel, right? Only here Hawke is traveling through time to stop these events, as opposed to relying on those pesky Precogs of 'Minority Report.'

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Marvel’s Kevin Feige On The Future Of Captain Marvel and Diversity in Superhero Films

Captain Marvel
Marvel

When the first photo was released of the cast of 'Star Wars: Episode VII,' there was a significant backlash at the lack of women in that photo. (The female side of the cast has grown since that photo was released.) For all the success that Marvel Studios has experienced since 2008's 'Iron Man,' what they haven't yet pulled off is a female-led standalone film. Now, a Captain Marvel (aka Ms. Marvel) movie is heavily rumored to be happening at some point, but until that happens, does Marvel President Kevin Feige think about the potential backlash if that doesn't happen soon?

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Which Superhero Was Cut From Marvel’s ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Lineup?

Nova Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel

Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, is currently making the press rounds in support of the new Marvel cosmic adventure, 'Guardians of the Galaxy.' In the new film, the cinematic version of the Nova Corp. is introduced -- basically an interstellar band of police officers that serve as foils to the Guardians of the Galaxy. In the comics, a man named Richard Rider becomes the Earth-centric superhero Nova, but he's not a part of the new film. (Unless the as-yet-unseen post-credits scenes have anything to do with Rider.) While speaking to Feige on Monday afternoon, we asked about Richard Rider's lack of inclusion in the film ... and we asked if we would know who's playing Doctor Strange before the end of this week's San Diego Comic Con. (The full interview with Feige will publish the week of release.)

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First ‘Jurassic Park 4′ Poster Will Be Exclusive to Comic-Con

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There's something inherently silly about salivating over a specialty poster for a movie that hasn't even debuted a proper poster (or teaser or trailer or anything else) and won't even be out until next summer, but this new 'Jurassic World' Comic-Con e

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Rob Reiner Explains Why There’s No Such Thing as a ‘Rob Reiner Movie’

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"It's a product of a very, very confuse, twisted mind," jokes Rob Reiner when he's asked why it's so hard to peg him down as a filmmaker. When you hear the name Martin Scorsese associated with a film (whom Reiner worked with in last year's 'The Wolf of Wall Street'), there's a fairly clear picture of what the tone of that movie might be like. But, with Reiner, it's almost impossible. This is the man who directed 'This is Spinal Tap,' 'Stand By Me,' The Princess Bride,' 'When Harry Met Sally' and 'A Few Good Men' -- some of the most beloved films ever made that film's couldn't be more different.

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