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Martian Manhunter Revealed in Zack Snyder's Justice League Preview Comic Some official artwork for the release of The Snyder Cut reveals Martian Manhunter in all his glory.

Mortal Kombat Cast Shares Their Excited Reactions to Watching the First Trailer The Mortal Kombat cast love the new trailer just as much as the rest of us.

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Reveals New Joker Image as More Details on the Snyder Cut Emerge It was a campaign that dominated the internet (and occasionally, Times Square billboards) for the better part of three years: #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. Fans spent years demanding that Warner Bros. release the original cut of Justice League from director Zack Snyder, who left the production partway through, with writer/director Joss Whedon stepping in to complete the film. But did this mythic cut actually exist?

Mortal Kombat Director Promises On-Screen Fatalities Are More Than Just Fan Service The fatalities in Mortal Kombat are going to be more than fan service moments says director Simon McQuoid.

Mortal Kombat Director Promises On-Screen Fatalities Are More Than Just Fan Service The fatalities in Mortal Kombat are going to be more than fan service moments says director Simon McQuoid.

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Will Be Available Worldwide in (Almost) All Markets March 18 Zack Snyder’s Justice League is going international. The long-awaited Snyder Cut is already set to premiere in the U.S. on HBO Max in March, and now it’s been revealed that the flick will roll out the same day worldwide in all markets, with the exception of China, France, and Japan, where release dates are still to be determined. We’re talking on-demand, digital download, and streaming here, by the way – not theaters. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be available worldwide in all markets on the same day as in the U.S.

MORTAL KOMBAT: Don't Miss The Kunai-Wielding, Blood-Freezing, Kick-Ass Restricted Trailer For The Live-Action Reboot! The past twenty four hours have been some of the most explosive amid the fan fervor from Simon McQuoid's feature debut, Mortal Kombat.  More than thirty years since its birth in the 1990s, the fighting game franchise has managed to replenish its shelf life between game installments and hit-or-miss film and TV treatmemts that eventually led to the stalled development of a reboot that was announced back in 2011 following two webseries seasons from directors Kevin Tancharoen and Garrett Warren.

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