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THE SANDMAN: Teaser, Date Announcement, Panel And Casting News Well, howdy. The first teaser has arrived for Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's lauded graphic novels, The Sandman. Time will tell if the streaming network has done a good job with its adaptation, in the mean time holy moly do the visuals really, really work.    Check out the first teaser down below, along with a selection of stills and a video of the Geeked Week Panel.

It's hard to remember that before "Mad Max: Fury Road" hit the scene -- and blew the bloody doors off every theater where it screened -- that the whole development of the movie was friggin' bonkers. There were Terry Gilliam-level natural disasters that plagued the production, in-fighting with the two leads, skyrocketing budgets, extensive reshoots, and I'm sure a nervous breakdown or two.

The trend of adapting popular video games into live-action adaptations continues (a trend with an uneven, complicated legacy), key examples being 2021's "Mortal Kombat" and the recently released Netflix series, "Arcane," which is set in the "League of Legends" universe.

The trend of adapting popular video games into live-action adaptations continues (a trend with an uneven, complicated legacy), key examples being 2021's "Mortal Kombat" and the recently released Netflix series, "Arcane," which is set in the "League of Legends" universe.

It's hard to believe that the Snyderverse controversy first began almost five years ago. Zack Snyder departed the set of his "Justice League" film in 2017, but it wasn't until 2020 that allegations from the cast would derail the career of Joss Whedon, who'd been tapped to reshape the film in his own image. Whedon's fall from grace seemed intrinsically linked to comments from Ray Fisher, who was one of the first to address the director's "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behavior during the "Justice League" reshoots.

It's hard to believe that the Snyderverse controversy first began almost five years ago. Zack Snyder departed the set of his "Justice League" film in 2017, but it wasn't until 2020 that allegations from the cast would derail the career of Joss Whedon, who'd been tapped to reshape the film in his own image. Whedon's fall from grace seemed intrinsically linked to comments from Ray Fisher, who was one of the first to address the director's "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behavior during the "Justice League" reshoots.

Superhero movies tend to have a way of generating rumors without having to do anything to instigate it, and it looks like the same has happened when it comes to Shazam! Fury of the Gods, which doesn’t hit cinemas until 2023 but has already seen the internet buzzing with talk of Zachary Levi’s titular hero being set to become a part of the new Justice League in the DCEU’s near future. However, one person who had something to say about that was director David F.

Superhero movies tend to have a way of generating rumors without having to do anything to instigate it, and it looks like the same has happened when it comes to Shazam! Fury of the Gods, which doesn’t hit cinemas until 2023 but has already seen the internet buzzing with talk of Zachary Levi’s titular hero being set to become a part of the new Justice League in the DCEU’s near future. However, one person who had something to say about that was director David F.

Mad Max Spin-Off Furiosa Pushed Back One Year, Salem's Lot To Haunt Theaters Next September We've got some good news and some bad news on the release date front. The good news is, "Mad Max: Furiosa," the long-awaited prequel to "Mad Max: Fury Road," has a new release date. The bad news is it's a whole lot further away than was previously expected. But in further good news for Stephen King fans, the new "Salem's Lot" movie has been given a rather appropriate release date by Warner Bros. as well.

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