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Flash Season 4: Cisco Learns The Kilg%re Was Here We’ve been hearing that the fourth season of The Flash will have a much lighter tone than last season. We’re also told there are some very funny moments in tonight’s episode… that said, the clip they’ve chosen to release is definitely not on the funny side. Sure there is a cute moment when Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) is strutting his stuff… but it gets serious when he see the mangled mess of a body inside a crushed elevator. The scenes includes Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) back on the job as the Central City CSI guy along with Joe West (Jesse L.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige Believes Warner Bros. Has Finally Figured Out Its DC Films UniverseMarvel Studios President Kevin Feige Believes Warner Bros. Has Finally Figured Out Its DC Films Universe The Marvel Cinematic Universe has found way more success than the DC Films Universe both critically and commercially but Kevin Feige now has nothing but good things to say about Warner Bros.' plans...

Justice League Cast Reveal Their Characters’ Weaknesses The cast of Justice League reveal what their characters’ greatest weaknesses are ahead of the film’s debut next month. Warner Bros. officially launched their DC cinematic universe (unofficially known as the DCEU) last year with Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Ben Affleck Reveals What Joss Whedon Brings to Justice League Ben Affleck has talked about Joss Whedon’s contribution to Justice  League, praising the film’s writer and reshoots director. The DCEU is on a roll after the massive success of Wonder Woman, which will be followed up next month by the much-anticipated epic team-up.

Rumor: Justice League Tickets Go On Sale Soon Tickets for Justice League will reportedly go on sale on October 30, a little over two weeks before the highly-anticipated team-up film debuts in theaters. With the latest installment in the DC Extended Universe right around the corner, Warner Bros. has ramped their marketing efforts up to 11, recently releasing a final trailer, announcing Aquaman week, and unveiling a multitude of promos to familiarize casual audiences with the group of superheroes.

Akira: Taika Waititi Would Want to Adapt the Manga, Not the Anime Taika Waititi has spoken about his involvement with the live action version of Akira – and how he would go about adapting the story. The Akira anime was adapted from a cyberpunk manga series of the same name by Katsuhiro Otomo – who also wrote and directed the movie. The anime is rightly considered a groundbreaking piece of work and helped popularize anime in the West. Since 2002, Warner Bros. has mounted several attempts at making a live action Akira, with various actors, directors and writers being attached.

‘Justice League’ TV Spot: Bruce and Diana Put the Team Together The closer we get to the premiere of Justice League, the lighter the tone of its trailers seem to be. Case-in-point: the Flash’s goofy grin in the newest Justice League TV spot. Like yesterday’s featurette, the new Justice League clip emphasizes the team’s chemistry, as well as their individual prowesses as superheroes (after all, they each have their own upcoming solo movies).

Thor: Ragnarok Includes Two Post-Credits Scenes Following the world premiere of Thor: Ragnarok, it has been revealed that it has two post-credits scenes attached. When jumpstarting the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008 with Iron Man, Marvel Studios implemented a segment of their films that has now become standard for them, but also somewhat common among other Hollywood franchises.

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