Tag: DC Comics

James Gunn Shares Superman: Legacy Cast Photo

You won’t have to look up in the sky to see Superman today; just check out Instagram. James Gunn, co-CEO of DC Studios and director of Superman: Legacy, posted a behind-the-scenes image on the social media site with most of the film’s major cast members, plus himself and fellow DC Studios head P...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League had Under 1000 Players This Morning

They may kill the Justice League in the game, but in real life, it’s the Suicide Squad that’s dead. PCGames reports that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the new DC Comics video game from Rocksteady, dropped to under 1000 players on Steam this morning. At 6:30 AM Eastern, only 945 gamers...

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James Gunn Disputes Story of Comedian’s Firing from Superman: Legacy over Political Statement

Has another actor lost a role because of his political opinions? That’s in dispute. Bassem Youssef, an Egyptian-American “comedian and TV presenter” (as well as a cardiac surgeon), spoke to Salon recently and claimed he was fired from Superman: Legacy because he criticized Israel over the cu...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Already Discounted, Fans Switching to Arkham Knight

If you wanted more evidence that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a disaster, you can now buy it cheaper than its original price. Discount video game retailer Green Man Gaming is selling Kill the Justice League for 18% off for both the standard and deluxe editions, while CDKeys has it for...

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has Fewer Day 1 Players than Marvel’s Avengers

Remember Marvel’s Avengers, the video game fans were excited for that turned out to be a disappointing bait-and-switch that bombed so hard it was delisted three years later? Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League just asked it to hold its wine spritzer. According to PCGamesN, the first-day Steam ...

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People Searching for Refunds for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

If you’ve been anywhere on social media in the last couple of weeks, you’ve seen how angry the new video game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has made people. But the ire the game has stoked is worse than anyone likely would have guessed; Windows Central reports that Google searches for ...

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