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Credit: Gary Frank (DC) Jaume Collet-Serra Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com Jaume Collet-Serra is in talks to direct New Line Cinema’s Black Adam, according to Observer. Collet-Serra was previously mentioned as the front-runner to direct the then-untitled Suicide Squad sequel (now known as The Suicide Squad), but took himself out of the running in
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Credit: Netflix Netflix has renewed Lucifer for a fifth – and final – season. Announced on the show’s Twitter page, this follows Netflix picking up the show for a fourth season after Fox, its original home, canceled the series. thanks to the lucifans, #lucifer‘s story will come to an end the way it should: the
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Credit: Jen bartel (Marvel Comics) Is the name “X-Men” outdated? Marvel Studios’ Executive Vice President of Production Victoria Alonso thinks so. During an interview about Captain Marvel‘s home video release, Alonso is asked about the future of the X-Men at Disney and goes on an interesting tangent. “I don’t know where the future is going,”
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Credit: Netflix Credit: Netflix Netflix has released a new poster for Jessica Jones season 3, along with the announcement of a trailer arriving Thursday, June 6. Here’s the poster, which claims that Jessica Jones is a “fraud”, and may offer a hint at the season’s unidentified villain. Jessica Jones season 3 premieres June 14
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Credit: Warner Bros. Credit: Warner Bros. A new poster for Warner Bros.’s Wonder Woman 1984 has been released by writer/director Patty Jenkins. Jenkins revealed the tweet while commenting (and confirming) that Warner Bros. is skipping Comic-Con International: San Diego’s Hall H this year. “By now you’ve heard: WB isn’t going to Hall H this year,”
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Credit: Houghton Mifflin Credit: Houghton Mifflin Nicole J. Georges’ graphic novel Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home is in development for television with Killing Eve production company Sid Gentle leading the production, according to Deadline. Fetch is a semi-autobiographical story of Georges adopting a dog named Beija, and the progression of their relationship against the
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Credit: Dynamite Credit: Dynamite Writer Jerrod Carmichael has signed on to adapt the 2014 Django/Zorro crossover comic book into a live-action movie, according to Collider. The original Dynamite/Vertigo crossover was a sequel to Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 film Django Unchained, with a plot by Tarantino, script by Matt Wagner, and then drawn by Esteve Polls. Set
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Shazam and Lady Shazam go for the high score in this preview of June 5’s Shazam! #6. SHAZAM! #5 written by GEOFF JOHNS art and cover by DALE EAGLESHAM variant cover by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE In the latest chapter of “Shazam and the Seven Magic Lands,” the kids visit the Gamelands, a colorful world of races
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Credit: DC Press Release Credit: DC BOOKCON 2019: DC REVEALS NEW DETAILS, ARTISTS, COVERS AND MORE FOR UPCOMING YOUNG ADULT GRAPHIC NOVELS New York Times Bestselling Author Kami Garcia and Fan-Favorite Artist Gabriel Picolo Expand Their Teen Titans Graphic Novel Series With TEEN TITANS: BEAST BOY TEEN TITANS: RAVEN Trailer Revealed Ahead of Its July 2, 2019, Release
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Credit: Sony Pictures Animation Credit: Warner Bros. Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Lionsgate Entertainment, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. have teamed up for what they have dubbed a four-day “Ultimate Movie Weekend” in which digital rentals of select titles from those studios will be available at a discounted rate, as reported by Variety. The “Ultimate Movie Weekend” is
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Exit the “Sixth Dimension” in this preview of Scott Snyder and Jorge Jimenez’s conclusion of that story arc in June 5’s Justice League #25 with a showdown between the Justice League and the Justice League of Tomorrow.  JUSTICE LEAGUE #25written by SCOTT SNYDER and JORGE JIMENEZart by JORGE JIMENEZbackup story written by SCOTT SNYDER and
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Credit: 20th Century Fox Credit: 20th Century Fox 20th Century Fox’s embattled New Mutants has been rescheduled multiple times since initially being planned for an April 2018 theatrical release, with the film now planned to arrive in April 2020, almost two years later. Now producer Simon Kinberg has explained the delays on the film, including
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Credit: BOOM! Studios ANGEL #1Writer: Bryan Edward HillArtist: Gleb MelnikovCover Artists:Main Cover: Dan PanosianConnecting Cover : Kaiti InfantePreorder Cover: Scott BuoncristianoIncentive Cover (1:20) : Jonathan CaseOne Per Store Variant : Boris PelcerSynopsis:– BOOM! Studios, along with visionary writer and director Joss Whedon ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Marvel’s The Avengers ), presents the shocking reimagining
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Credit: Vault Comics MALL #1(W) Michael Moreci, Gary Dauberman (A/CA) Zak Hartong (Variant) Nathan Gooden, Tim DanielHere in the heartland of the U.S. of A., the world has ended! But worry not, because the mall still stands. And within the walls of this consumeristic mecca lies a new world order: box store tribes and name
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Check out a preview of September 18’s Simon Says: Nazi Hunter Vol. 1 OGN from Image Comics SIMON SAYS: NAZI HUNTER, VOL. 1 OGN TPWRITER: ANDRE R. FRATTINOARTIST / COVER: JESSE LEESEPTEMBER 18 / 120 PAGES / FC / M / $16.99An artist, forced to paint swastikas on train cars for the Nazis during the
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Credit: Scout Comics CATEGORY ZERO #4Written by Adem Kiamil and Illustrated by Ton LimaFull Color, 32 pages, $3.99Sanaxus step up the manhunt for the One Percenters that escaped Eden. One of the groups being hunted find themselves making new friends in the city. Neve and the others try to come to terms with the harsh
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