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Akira: Lights Out & Life Helmers Eyed to Direct For years now, Hollywood has been attempting to tap into one of the last great sources of media to adapt: anime and manga. Recent years have seen the trend finally kick in, as Ghost in the Shell and Death Note movies are on their way. Of course, both of these films have come with plenty of controversy attached, as white stars are often substituted for the traditionally Japanese characters.

‘Justice League’ Trailer Breakdown There’s a SUPER sized hole in this one.If you haven’t heard Warner Bros and DC are moving ahead with their Justice League adaptation with director Zack Synder at the helm. This is despite dismal reviews of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. It wouldn’t be fair to Justice League to put those same expectations on it though, even if it is from the same creative team, because it could be good. Right?The marketing thus far for Justice League has done an excellent job of reminding you Superman is dead.

Akira: Lights Out & Life Helmers Eyed to Direct For years now, Hollywood has been attempting to tap into one of the last great sources of media to adapt: anime and manga. Recent years have seen the trend finally kick in, as Ghost in the Shell and Death Note movies are on their way. Of course, both of these films have come with plenty of controversy attached, as white stars are often substituted for the traditionally Japanese characters.

The New Explosive 'Justice League' Trailer Shows the Team In Action Exactly one year ago Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit theaters, planting an action-packed flag in the ground for DC's films, setting up the comic giant's own Avengers-like movie in Justice League. Say what you want about BvS, but  Zack Snyder's superhero opus took more risks and left more of an impression on fandom and the cinematic landscape at large than most superhero movies.  And based on the latest trailer for Justice League (in theaters November 17),...Read MoreRead Comments

'Justice League''s Coming Trailer Teased With New The Flash Footage and Posters There's a lot riding on Justice League. For fans, it's the first time we're ever seeing Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg and Superman (in some form) together on the big screen. For Zack Snyder, it could possibly be the final film he directs in the DC Comics extended universe. As for Warner Bros., it's obviously a massive investment the success of which, critically and commercially, will determine the entire future of the DCEU. So, yeah, Justice League is kind...Read MoreRead Comments

Now Aquaman Gets His Own Justice League Poster, In Full Body Armor In what we hope is the start of a full day of character-centric Justice League posters to make “news” stories out of, Warner Bros has released a poster for Justice League ahead of an official trailer release coming Saturday. This new, Aquaman-centric poster follows an Aquaman-centric teaser video posted earlier today, which coincided with director Zack Snyder’s release of a Justice League logo poster.

The Latest ‘Wonder Woman’ Trailer Has Some Questioning What’s Going On Under Gal Gadot’s Arms Warner Bros. The latest Wonder Woman trailer landed online last Saturday and showed off the beautiful locales and intense action that will usher DC’s superheroine to the big screen. But it seems that some across the internet noticed something else about the trailer — or at least noticed something that was missing. According to Yahoo Movies, quite a few opinions dropped online this week pointing out the lack of armpit hair on Gal Gadot during the trailer.

Although the solo BATMAN movie with Ben Affleck is coming much later than we hoped, fans of the man-bat will get their dose of caped goodness this November with JUSTICE LEAGUE. We’ll also get to see the new iteration of another Gothamite, Jim Gordon, played by J.K. Simmons. However, fans hoping to see a lot of him will probably have to wait awhile for that, too. Simmons spoke more about his role in the... Read More...

Warner Bros. The latest Wonder Woman trailer landed online last Saturday and showed off the beautiful locales and intense action that will usher DC’s superheroine to the big screen. But it seems that some across the internet noticed something else about the trailer — or at least noticed something that was missing. According to Yahoo Movies, quite a few opinions dropped online this week pointing out the lack of armpit hair on Gal Gadot during the trailer.

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