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‘Kong: Skull Island’ Teases Its Next Theatrical Trailer

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by Matthew Monagle November 12, 2016 @ 1:42 PM
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I’m not really sure how I feel about the new Hollywood trend of teasing out your trailers. On the one hand, it kind of takes the fun out of the equation; one of the best parts of coming back from a long day of meetings or classes is seeing that a brand new Star Wars spot has been dropped in your absence. On the other hand, though, it’s a real boon for cultural writers like me. Rogue One hints online that their next trailer will be released during the Olympics? You better believe we’ll be ready.

There Are Whole Seconds of New Joker Footage in This ‘Suicide Squad’ TV Spot

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by Matthew Monagle November 12, 2016 @ 12:11 PM
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Look, all things being equal, I really didn’t mind Jared Leto’s take on the Joker in Suicide Squad. Yes, the constant news items about what latest “crazy” thing he did to get in character were pretty annoying, and yes, the number of people who seem to think that Joker and Harley Quinn’s relationship is something to emulate is downright disturbing, but Leto seemed like a perfect fit for the gloomy and angst-ridden universe that Warner Bros. has created for its DC Comics characters. At another studio, he’d be woefully out of place. In this one? He’s fine.

David Yates Confirms He Will Direct All Five ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Films

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by Matthew Monagle November 12, 2016 @ 11:03 AM
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Fans love consistency. That’s part of what has made the Marvel Cinematic Universe such a hit: each movie has the same comfort level as our dogeared childhood copies of Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew novels. Even when the names behind the camera change, we can be assured of the same familiar faces, the same balance of humor and solemnity, the same polished veneer regardless of character. But while Marvel may choose to have multiple directors adhere to their famous house style, it seems that Warner Bros. has gone a different route with the Harry Potter universe: just have one person shoot the whole darn thing.

Bret Easton Ellis Walks Back His Claim That ‘The Batman’ Script Is Terrible

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by Matthew Monagle November 5, 2016 @ 3:23 PM
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Earlier this week, Bret Easton Ellis made headlines when he claimed that the script for The Batman was terrible and that Warner Bros. didn’t really care. In an interview with The Ringer (via io9), Ellis mentioned having dinner with a few studio executives who had heard through the rumor mill that several people involved in Ben Affleck’s movie had approached Warner Bros. with a list of changes needed to iron out the script. According to Ellis’ sources, the executives were told that the studio just didn’t care.

Magic Can Fix Anything in the Latest ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Clip

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by Matthew Monagle November 5, 2016 @ 12:04 PM
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The way I see it, I’m kind of the target audience for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. I’ve seen all of the movies but read none of the books, which puts me on a kind of level playing field with everyone else tackling J.K. Rowling’s original screenplay. Granted, a lot of people might know about the history of Newt Scamander or how the events of Fantastic Beasts fits into the Harry Potter universe as a whole, but I don’t mind being left out. I spent years of my adolescence being a Star Wars book snob; as an adult, it’s kind of nice to just be able to show up to a franchise and learn as you go.

Check Out the First International Trailer for ‘Wonder Woman’

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by Matthew Monagle October 15, 2016 @ 12:31 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXBiKUZsYI0
For those of you anxiously anticipating the next round of Wonder Woman trailers, I have some good news, and I have some bad news. The good news is that we have a brand new international trailer for you to...

Another Animated ‘Wonder Woman’ Movie Is on the Way

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by Matthew Monagle October 9, 2016 @ 11:26 AM
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After years of waiting, Wonder Woman fans are finally going to get their due. Not only will the Amazonian princess appear in two films in 2017  —  her standalone Wonder Woman next June and the Justice League crossover in November  —  she will also be the subject of an upcoming biopic of comic book creator William Moulton Marston and the two women who played a pivotal role in the creation of the character.

Celebrate Batman Day With a New Poster for ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’

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by Matthew Monagle September 17, 2016 @ 1:57 PM
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Happy Batman Day! Ever since everyone’s favorite orphan superhero celebrated his 75th birthday back in 2014, fans have kept Batman’s anniversary alive with a series of events and celebrations at comic book shops around the world. If it caught you by surprise this year  —  and don’t worry, I had no idea of the significance of today until about two hours ago  —  now might be a great time to circle September 17, 2017 on your calendar so you can do it up right next year.

‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot Rumored as Warner Bros. 2017 Mystery Film

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by Britt Hayes April 10, 2016 @ 2:50 PM
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Last week was a pretty busy one over at Warner Bros. — following the underwhelming box office and reactions to Batman v Superman, the studio is reportedly doubling down on its established blockbuster franchises and scaling back on the number of films released each year. They also set release dates for a few untitled projects, with many speculating that at least one of them is Ben Affleck’s solo Batman film. According to a new rumor, we may know what one of the other films could be.

Zack Snyder on Why He Didn’t Want Grant Gustin as Flash in ‘Batman vs. Superman’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 21, 2016 @ 3:50 PM
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Close to a decade into Marvel’s extended cinematic universe, we’re conditioned to want our favorite heroes to share the screen, just as in comics. DC has made little apology of taking a different approach, and while both Arrow and Flash stars alike have chimed in on being overlooked to join the big-screen Justice League, Zack Snyder now explains that the CW Flash just wouldn’t fit the DCEU’s tone.