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Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp on Making The Green Lantern Weird as Hell

Hal Jordan’s seen a lot of stuff in his long life as one of the DC cosmos’ intergalactic space cops. But after an epic time fighting interstellar conflicts, Hal’s currently persona non grata among the Green Lanterns—at least until his new series, from Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp, thrusts him back into a wild world. Read More >>

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Arrow’s Return Actually Gave Us a Delightful Twist

Arrow rarely feels like it can offer something refreshing these days. After all, some of the show’s biggest problems lately have come from it regurgitating similar arcs and never letting its characters really grow. But last night’s season seven premiere might have finally done it. Although. in true Arrow style, it’s by riffing on a familiar tune. Read More >>

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Joker Can’t Help Itself, Casts Young Bruce Wayne

Todd Phillips’ Joker movie may be focused on the origin of the Clown Prince of Gotham, but it’s gonna touch on the Dark Knight too. Because of course it is. Read More >>

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Wonder Woman 1984 Has Been Pushed Back 7 Months

When you woke up this morning, the release of Wonder Woman 1984 was just about a year away. Now it’s much longer than that. Read More >>

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Every Frame of This Legends of Tomorrow Trailer Is Absolutely Bonkers

Remember how Legends of Tomorrow is the greatest TV show around? Read More >>

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Thanks to Fantastic Beasts, The Flash Movie Just Slowed Down

For a character who is supposed to be incredibly fast, his movie is moving pretty damn slow. DC has been working on a solo Flash movie for years, with Justice League star Ezra Miller long set to play the title role. However, a new report suggests the film is further away than you may think. Read More >>

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James Gunn Is Moving to DC and Is in Talks to Write the Next Suicide Squad Film

Warner Bros. has confirmed that James Gunn is in discussions to write, with an eye to direct, the next instalment of the Suicide Squad franchise. He’ll have a completely new take on the property. Read More >>

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The Vast New Aquaman Trailer Teases an All Out Undersea War

You know what they say: it’s better down where it’s wetter. But don’t take it from me—take it from the Protector of the Deep in this wet and wild new look at Aquaman. Read More >>

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The Question May Be Answered as Rosie Perez Joins Birds of Prey

Another badass has been added to the cast of DC’s upcoming superhero film, Birds of Prey. Rosie Perez has joined the cast as Renee Montoya, a gay Gotham City police detective who occasionally becomes a hero named the Question in the comics. Read More >>

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Birds of Prey Lands Its Huntress and Black Canary

The cast of Birds of Prey finally has more to report than rumours and “Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn.” Read More >>

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Alec Baldwin’s Thomas Wayne Cheats Death by Quitting Joker Movie Before It Even Films

As we’ve noted, the cinematic lifetime of various interpretations of Batman’s dad in live-action have been short. But even before that, Alec Baldwin’s time as Thomas Wayne has suddenly become even shorter—he’s just confirmed he’s quit Joker, mere days after being reported as signing on for the film. Read More >>

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Wonder Woman 1984 Now Has the Period-Appropriate Breakfast Club Tribute It Always Needed

Okay, fine, The Breakfast Club didn’t come out until 1985. It’s still a good look. Read More >>

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Warner Bros. is Finally Realising Supergirl Should Be the Centre of the DC Universe

Supergirl was a joke. Until about 15 years ago she was memorable mainly for her campy ‘80s movie and that time she died in that comics, possibly because her campy ‘80s movie was so bad. Yet as the Supergirl series continues to be popular on the CW, the DC movieverse’s Superman is in limbo, and a new Supergirl film is beginning to take shape, it seems like Warner Bros. is finally picking up on the fact that Supergirl, not Superman, best embodies the 80-plus years of Super mythos. Read More >>