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July 22, 2017 - 10:30pm
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Everything We Spotted in the New Justice League Trailer

Over in San Diego, Warner Bros has just released the latest trailer for Justice League, which is just over four minutes long. Four minutes packed with action and juicy details about the plot. There's a lot to take in, so let's get to it and work out everything we saw. Read More >>

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The New Stranger Things Trailer Is a Real Thriller, and in More Ways Than One

The cast of Stranger Things got a heroes’ welcome in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, even before they released this giant trailer filled with new footage from the show’s incredibly anticipated second season. And yes, that is Vincent Price’s voiceover from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Yep, Stranger Things is still totally awesome. Read More >>

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The New Star Trek: Discovery Trailer Shows a Galaxy on the Brink of… Something

The official series trailer for Star Trek: Discovery is out, and the stakes are bigger than ever... maybe? Actually, it’s a little hard to tell what’s going on. Read More >>

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Star Trek: Discovery’s Main Character Has Suddenly Become a Major Canon Mystery

Star Trek: Discovery takes place 10 years before the events of The Original Series, meaning it could easily stand on its own, apart from the rest of the franchise. However, we just learned at San Diego Comic-Con that there’s a surprising, weird, and somewhat concerning family connection that producers promise won’t break Trek’s canon... though it’s hard to see how. Read More >>

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Seth McFarlane’s Star Trek Spoof The Orville Looks Like a Tonne of Fun

Fox’s new scifi sitcom The Orville wowed us in its first look, mainly because it managed to come off as both a loving homage to the campiest aspects of classic Star Trek while also being genuinely funny. The new Comic-Con trailer is much the same—reminding us that exploring the strange new frontiers can be a truly ridiculous endeavour. Read More >>

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Here’s a Brief History of What’s Happened Between Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049

Before the cast of Blade Runner 2049 hit Hall H at Comic-Con, a graphic was shown that ran down what the hell has happened in the world between the 2019 of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner and Denis Villenuve’s sequel, set 40 years later. A lot has changed—and it’s not lookin’ good. Read More >>

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Here’s What Happened in the New Aquaman Footage That WB Isn’t Releasing

Since James Wan is still filming Aquaman, it won’t be out for well over a year. Happily Wan sent Jason Momoa from Australia, where the movie is being filmed, to Comic-Con to show fans a little something from the film—but only the few thousand fans who made into the Warner Bros. panel. But that’s not going to stop us from telling you all about it. Read More >>

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Ben Affleck Says He Loves Playing Batman But Doesn’t Get Around to Denying the Rumours He’s Leaving

During Warner Brother’s presentation of its upcoming DC superhero movies, Ben Affleck addressed the new rumours that he’ll soon by leaving the DC Expanded Universe. To say that his answer was vague is being generous. Read More >>

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The New Justice League Trailer Is All Kinds of Epic

The DC Universe was in full effect in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con with the highlight being brand new footage from Justice League. Read More >>

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Holy Shit, The Flash Movie Will Adapt Flashpoint

We’ve not heard a lot about Warner Bros.’ Flash movie lately—especially as it still doesn’t have a director. But moments ago at Comic-Con, we just got seeming confirmation that the movie is going in a new direction by adapting the infamous Flashpoint storyline. Read More >>

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Ready Player One First Footage is a Spectacular Cornucopia of Pop Culture References

Steven Spielberg came to San Diego Comic-Con Saturday to reveal the first footage from Ready Player One, the film adaptation of Ernie Cline’s scifi, nostalgia filled book. And the footage delivered big, sweeping, pop culture fun. Read More >>

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Iron Fist Is Getting a New Showrunner and That’s Probably for the Best

Of the many villains that Danny Rand faced in Netflix’s Iron Fist, a case could be there was none greater than Scott Buck, the series’ showrunner, who gave the series an unlikable Danny Rand, too many boring Rand Corporation board meetings, and a dearth of fight scenes that actually looks cool. But it’s just been announced Iron Fist getting a new showrunner for its second season. Read More >>

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No One on Twin Peaks Knows What’s Happening Either, But They Still Love Making It

Quite obviously, the cast of what may be TV’s most spoiler-protected show ever wasn’t going to march out onto Comic-Con’s Hall H stage and start spilling secrets, especially in the absence of David Lynch. In fact, they couldn’t even if they wanted to—aside from perhaps MacLachlan, the actors are only allowed to read the pages of the script which contains dialogue for their characters. Read More >>

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The New Justice League Poster Is Basically an Alex Ross Painting in Real Life

Look, I’m just saying. This new Justice League poster is either the movie’s loving tribute to the heroic art of Alex Ross, or Batman somehow convinced his teammates to do their own cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Either way, it makes for a damn good image. Read More >>

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How The Gifted Connects to the X-Men Movies While Dodging Their Convoluted Timeline

Fox’s first X-Men movie paved the way for the current age of comic book movies that we’re living in. But after 17 years, 10 different movies, one soft, but significant reboot, and a high-concept television show, the live-action X-Men universe got... complicated. But The Gifted executive producer Matt Nix has a clever answer to how his show does actually fit in with the movies—and how all of Fox’s other mutant-centric offerings do, too. Read More >>

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Gotham by Gaslight, Suicide Squad, and Death and Return of Superman Are DC’s Next Animated Movies

Thursday’s DC Animated Universe panel at San Diego Comic-Con was a fairly subdued affair. But apparently DC and Warner Bros. saved all their big surprises for last night’s premiere of Batman and Harley Quinn—because now we know that not one, not two, not three, but four more major DC animated movies are on the way. Read More >>