Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Give Me the Truth About The Batman Movie Rumors!


As Aquaman continues its record-setting run at the box office, attention has started turning toward the status of Warner Bros.' other superhero properties. Shazam! opens on April 5, just 11 weeks from this Friday, and the standalone Joker movie hits theaters October 4. The eagerly awaited super-sequel Wonder Woman 1984 has seen its release date shifted twice, originally penciled in for December of this year before moving up to November, only to wind up pushed back to June 5, 2020. And Birds of Prey is slated for a February 7, 2020 release. As future plans for DC movies continue to evolve while decisions are made and projects clarified, all eyes are on Batman's fate, with multiple rumors spreading online and fans impatiently awaiting an update. So here is what I can tell you about some of the rumors and the situation with Matt Reeves' Batman film project...

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Surprise! Marvel Planning Multiple Series for Disney Plus Streaming Service


Marvel Studios seems to be embracing the opportunity to create new material for Disney’s upcoming streaming service Disney Plus with both hands. So far, we’ve heard a lot about a Loki TV series, Vision and the Scarlet Witch, a spy thriller show for Winter Soldier and Falcon and many, many more. Essentially, it seems the studio’s looking for gaps in the MCU that can be filled, but it seems that execs are casting the net even further than that and are also considering developing multiple TV series based on the X-Men universe.

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Will the New Green Arrow Clash with Her Half-Brother Oliver?


A new player has entered the game. In "My Name is Emiko Queen," the mid-season premiere of Arrow Season 7, the new Green Arrow is on a collision course with her half-brother Oliver. Even as Oliver grapples with this revelation, he'll have to adjust to his new position with the SCPD and life outside of prison, while Felicity lays the groundwork for Smoak Tech and John Diggle tries to extract the truth out of Ricardo Diaz.

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Things Could've Ended Differently for Black Panther


Director Ryan Coogler's Black Panther had a strong ending, giving a poignant goodbye to Michael B. Jordan's Erik Killmonger while also setting up a possible sequel and the movie's impact on the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, Black Panther almost had a much different ending.

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Everything is Awesome When You Get to See The LEGO Movie 2 Early


Early screenings seem to have become the hottest thing in Hollywood for studios that want to build buzz for their films. Warner Bros. is the latest to leap onto the early screening trend, offering The LEGO Movie fans a chance to see The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part a whole two weeks before the animated sequel’s theatrical release.

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Who Are the New Members of the Guardians of the Galaxy?


#WhoAreTheGuardians? That is a question Marvel posed to fans last September when the publisher announced it would be relaunching Guardians of the Galaxy from the Thanos creative team of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw. The accompanying promotional art by Shaw featured over 35 Marvel cosmic characters who could be in the running to join the team.

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Sad Actor Charlie Cox Signed Petition to Save Daredevil


Recently, The Playlist spoke with actor Charlie Cox about his new film “King of Thieves,” which reunites him with his “The Theory of Everything” director James Marsh. He discussed working with the outstanding cast led by Michael Caine, “Mindhunter” screenwriter Joe Penhall‘s subversive script, the privilege of working in prestige television, and, of course,  all things “Daredevil.”

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So Many Uncanny X-Men Variants for Issue #11, So Little Time


Variants for February 6's Uncanny X-Men #11 have begun to be released by Marvel Comics. In addition to the primary cover by series artist Salvador Larroca and a blank variant, there are covers by Eduardo Petrovich, Ron Lim, In-Hyuk Lee, Lewis Larosa, Scott Williams, Alan Davis, and Rob Liefeld.

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Jon Cryer Proves Bald is Beautiful in First Image of Supergirl's Lex Luthor


The first image of Jon Cryer as Lex Luthor for the CW's Supergirl has been released. The image was shared on the show's Twitter account, saying "Steel can’t hold him back. Make sure you’re caught up before his arrival" with a link to last Sunday's "Suspicious Minds" episode.

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Sandra Bullock Gets Reborn at Netflix


The Lego Batman Movie filmmaker Chris McKay is to direct Millarworld comic book adaptation Reborn for Netflix, Sandra Bullock and It producer Vertigo Entertainment.

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How Does Cyclops Rise from the Grave Answered in Uncanny X-Men Annual #1


This week’s Uncanny X-Men Annual
#1 from writer Ed Brisson and artist Carlos Gomez finally answers the question of how Cyclops was resurrected for his return at the end of Extermination - and it turns out the answer was right in front of us all along.

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The End of the Road is Coming for KISS in New Comic Series


All good things must come to an end... and having a great build up helps! Dynamite Entertainment announces KISS: THE END, a rocking new series to celebrate the legendary eponymous band's upcoming history-making farewell "End of the Road Tour."

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