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Which DC Comics vigilante is coming to Arrow next season and who is playing the character? How is Wonder Woman celebrating her 75th anniversary at Comic-Con? Which character could Donald Glover play in Spider-Man: Homecoming? Will we see the invisible jet in the first Wonder Woman movie? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Incredible experience working with #hughjackman on #xmenapocalypse ????

Spielberg Offers Brief Update On 'INDIANA JONES 5' Look, INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL didn't do much for fans when it came out. There was plenty of hype around it, considering LucasFilm had gotten the band back together. You had Steven Spielberg in the director's chair, a story by George Lucas, Harrison Ford donning the iconic hat, John Williams scoring the thing, and even Karen Allen returning to the famous franchise.

New Behind-The-Scenes ALIEN: COVENANT Image Features Michael Fassbender As David The Android The Alien Anthology Twitter page has posted a new behind-the-scenes image from Alien: Covenant. Director Ridley Scott is the primary focus, but Michael Fassbender (and presumably some of the Covenant crew members) can also be glimpsed. The X-Men: Apocalypse actor will be returning as David the android (sorry, "artificial person"), who we last saw as a head in a bag at the end of Prometheus. David certainly looks a lot different here than he did in that movie - could it be a completely new model? The droid's creator, perhaps? Or did he just get a new hairstyle?

‘Assassin’s Creed’ Behind-the-Scenes Trailer: Michael Fassbender Tries to Break the Video Game Movie Curse 2016 looked like it could be a turning point for video game movies, but so far the results have been severely mixed. The Angry Birds Movie has made good money, but did little to change the minds of people who thought a film based on an iPhone game was a dumb idea. Ratchet & Clank was a flop all around. And Warcraft may have made big money in China, but it opened to poor reviews and dismal box office at home. Fortunately, the genre will have one more chance to break the curse later this year with Assassin’s Creed.

The Warcraft Movie From A Player’s Point Of View A little over seven years ago, I got a stray email from someone I hadn’t talked to in five years. We had been friends since high school but drifted apart. In the short email she told me of a game she had recently gotten into, World of Warcraft, and that I should buy a copy and join her. I did as I was told, jumped into the world of Azeroth with both feet. I quickly found it to be an amazing, expansive world with a rich history.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: June 12, 2016 Audiences opted for scares over orcs at the box office this weekend, as a trio of newcomers looked to leave their mark. Coming in first place is The Conjuring 2 (read our review), which brought in $40.3 million over its first three days. That’s in line with how the 2013 original debuted ($41.8 million), showing that there’s high interest in this burgeoning franchise. The latest horror flick from director James Wan was the beneficiary of a strong critical response, earning a reputation as one of the better sequels in the genre.

‘The Conjuring 2’ Spoiler Review: James Wan Gets Scary and Sentimental With One of the Best Horror Sequels Ever Made The Conjuring was one of my favorite films of 2013 and remains a genuine contender for one of the best horror movies of the past decade. At the time, it felt like a summation of everything director James Wan had accomplished until that point: it was a clever crowdpleaser filled with scares, but it was also character-driven and classy, recalling an age where horror movies didn’t have to appeal to the lowest common denominator. The Conjuring 2 ranked high on my most anticipated films of 2016 list and my faith was not displaced.

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