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Latest Morbius Set Photo Reveals a Venom Easter Egg The Morbius production has been shut down just like everything else in the entertainment industry.

Shocking Footage Of JUSTICE LEAGUE's Ezra Miller Choking A Fan & Dragging Her To The Ground Emerges Ezra Miller has found himself at the center of a wave of controversy after video footage of the Justice League star appearing to attack a female fan has circulated online. In the short clip, the 27-year-old Barry Allen actor can be seen grabbing a young woman by the throat and dragging her to the ground after asking if she "wants a fight." We don't have the full story behind what happened, but reports indicate that Miller was interacting with a group of fans in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland, before moving out to the street where the altercation took place. I have rewatched this

Shocking Footage Of JUSTICE LEAGUE's Ezra Miller Choking A Fan & Dragging Her To The Ground Emerges Ezra Miller has found himself at the center of a wave of controversy after video footage of the Justice League star appearing to attack a female fan has circulated online. In the short clip, the 27-year-old Barry Allen actor can be seen grabbing a young woman by the throat and dragging her to the ground after asking if she "wants a fight." We don't have the full story behind what happened, but reports indicate that Miller was interacting with a group of fans in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland, before moving out to the street where the altercation took place. I have rewatched this

As we talked about here on CBM yesterday, Warner Bros. originally planned to have Cyborg arrive in theaters yesterday (at least when they announced their slate of DC Comics adaptations back in 2014). For some reason, the pieces never fell into place, and the hero has made only one big screen appearance in 2017's Justice League after a brief Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cameo.  A lot of fans would like to see more of Cyborg, though, and that support from fans led to actor Ray Fisher taking to Twitter in order to thank them for their support.

As we talked about here on CBM yesterday, Warner Bros. originally planned to have Cyborg arrive in theaters yesterday (at least when they announced their slate of DC Comics adaptations back in 2014). For some reason, the pieces never fell into place, and the hero has made only one big screen appearance in 2017's Justice League after a brief Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cameo.  A lot of fans would like to see more of Cyborg, though, and that support from fans led to actor Ray Fisher taking to Twitter in order to thank them for their support.

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