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REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018)

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Grindelwald escapes custody and begins to raise an army to take over the Wizarding and Non-Wizarding worlds alike. Newt Scamander is charged with joining the fight against the evil wizard b...

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The Flash Solo Film Reportedly Shooting in February 2019

I don’t know about the rest of you, but as soon as Ezra Miller was cast as Barry Allen/the Flash, I wanted his solo film right away. Miller is an insanely talented actor; I especially adored his work in the criminally underseen The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Since then, we’ve lost sev...

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Joss Whedon and the Death of Drama

One of the common complaints about entertainment in the last few years – one I’ve had, too – is that it has too much humor. It’s a funny thing to say when the comedy is all but dead (with the rare entries being joyless lectures disguised as fun – with the odd exception), but it’s &hellip...

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RUMOR: Andy Muschietti Directing The Brave and the Bold?

DC Studios has an awful lot of faith in a movie that’s tracking to underperform. The newest DC rumor is that Andy Muschietti, the director of The Flash, will also helm the next Batman film (outside of the sequel to The Batman and Joker: Folie à Deux), The Brave and the Bold. Muschietti directing ...

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First Image of the New Batwing from The Flash Emerges

Nobody better have any poisonous balloons at hand. A Twitter account called The Flash Brasil appears to have an image of toys from the upcoming DC movie The Flash, and the set they’re showcasing features a new version of the Batwing. If you’ll remember (I won’t say something ridiculous like, �...

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The Ayer Cut of Suicide Squad Exists

Another fan wish list item is closer to reality than many may think. For some time, there have been rumors of an “Ayer Cut” of Suicide Squad, the 2016 DCEU movie directed by David Ayer that introduced general audiences to Task Force X. Infamously, the film was taken from Ayer and given to Traile...

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