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Junkie XL Responds To Being Replaced By Danny Elfman On ‘Justice League’ When I reported that Junkie XL had left Justice League and been replaced with Danny Elfman all of the press releases made it sound like it wasn’t a big deal. Perhaps even a mutual thing that where Antonius Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL, had to move onto other projects and the reshoots were slowing him down. That does not appear to be the case. Holkenborg took to twitter today to tell us exactly how he feels about being replaced this late in the game. As my mentor Hans Zimmer told me: you haven’t made it in Hollywood as a composer until you get replaced on a project.

New Rampage Photo Shows Off Giant Monster Destruction Dwayne Johnson walks through massive wreckage in a new set photo from his upcoming video game adaptation Rampage.

Justice League: Composer Danny Elfman Comes Aboard According to the Hollywood Reporter, famed composer Danny Elfman will provide the score for DC’s upcoming Justice League for the additional scenes being shot. He will replace Antonius Tom Holkenberg who had been working with Zack Snyder. Holkenborg, who is perhaps better known as JunkieXL, and provided the music for last year’s Batman v Superman and Deadpool, is said to be headed over to work on the score for Tomb Raider.

Kiersey Clemons will appear in Justice League before The Flash The November’s JUSTICE LEAGUE will finally bring some DC Comics’ biggest heroes together to fight a band of evil flying creatures in a movie fans have been dying to see for ages and ages. But there will be plenty of non-super people around too, and one of these normies includes Kiersey Clemons’ Iris West, a character who has just been confirmed to appear before she’s... Read More...

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Kevin Feige Won’t Rule Out R-Rated Films In The Future The Marvel Cinematic Universe has pretty much been on fire ever since it was first introduced with Iron Man back in 2008. Sure, there may have been a few duds along the way (Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man 2), but on the whole, the universe has remained strong as time has gone on. However, as Marvel Studios adds more and more films to its already-long list, one has to wonder for how much longer it can go.

Deadpool 2: Check Out Josh Brolin’s Cable Haircut! I don’t think it’s any surprise that the physicality of an actor plays a big role in whether or not fans enjoy their portrayal. For years, there were some fans who wouldn’t let go of the fact that Hugh Jackman was just too big and good looking to play Wolverine.

Dwayne Johnson shares a couple of photos from the set of Rampage In addition to being one of hardest working dudes in show-business, Dwayne Johnson also somehow manages to keep his legions of fans updated with what he's up to on an almost daily basis, and what he's up to now is an adaptation of the 80's arcade-game RAMPAGE. After a trio of giant genetically altered alpha predators run amok and begin destroying everything in their path,... Read More...

James Cameron has no concerns over time gap between Avatar 1 & 2 Time is the master of erosion. Everything will succumb to its grip, and that includes the passion people have for certain movies. AVATAR remains the highest grossing movie of all time, and though a sequel has been in the works for a long time there will be a decade-long gap between the first film and AVATAR 2. This is a large amount of time in which people to lose interest in the 2009 mega hit, but director James... Read More...

Justice League Promo Art Shows Superman & Team In Action Some brand new promo art for Justice League has been released, and it includes Henry Cavill’s Superman once again. After getting off to a bit of a rocky start in 2016 as well – following the divisive reactions to both Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad – it looks like the DCEU may finally be experiencing the turnaround that many fans had been hoping for.

Got Six And A Half Minutes To Kill? Here’s The Deadpool Blooper Reel You’ve Been Looking For Here at Bleeding Cool, we like to think of what we do as more than just producing an endless stream of clickbait articles, Twitter recaps, and egregious and easily-avoidable typos. We mean, sure, what we do is that, but it’s also something else. Something bigger. We provide an essential service to our readers. Sometimes, a very specialized service. For instance, we know that on this slow Memorial Day news weekend, many of our regular are sitting around lamenting the lack of substantial stories in the 24 hour news cycle.

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