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Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ First Trailer Is an All-Out Kaiju Epic

If Godzilla is truly the King of the Monsters, then surely he needs a few monsters to fight to earn his title, right? Read More >>

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The Crimes of Grindelwald Come to Light in a New Fantastic Beasts 2 Trailer

As popular as the Harry Potter films are, they oddly were never much of a mainstay at Comic-Con. That’s changed with the new Fantastic Beasts franchise, though, as the second film, The Crimes of Grindewald, arrived with a new trailer to dazzle the crowds. Read More >>

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Aquaman No Longer Rides a Sea Horse in His Movie, Because Sea Dragons Are Much More Manly

The rehabilitation of Aquaman’s public perception has been an ongoing process practically since the Superfriends iteration of the character got seared into the collective consciousness in the ‘90s. The upcoming Aquaman movie is no different is still doing PR for the king of Atlantis, which means now seahorses are forbidden. They must become sea dragons. Read More >>

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DC Collectibles Gives Us Our Best Look Yet at the Aquaman Movie’s Comic-Inspired Costumes

It’s been teased for a good while now that Jason Momoa’s look in Aquaman would evolve from, well, shirtless Jason Momoa and into a suit that’s inspired by the classic look Arthur Curry has in the comics. But now we actually have a chance to get a better look at it, courtesy of a brand new line of statues unveiled by DC at Comic-Con. Read More >>

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Lego DC Super-Villains Lets You Wreak Havoc With the Baddies as a Custom Villain 

The newest trailer for Lego DC Super-Villains has arrived, which will star a custom-created supervillain of the player’s choice alongside DC’s deep catalogue of bodacious bad guys. Read More >>

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Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Origin Movie Has a Predictable Title and a Surprising Release Date

Please, try to be shocked: it’s called Joker. And it’s hitting cinemas next October. Read More >>

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The First Titans Trailer Is a Brutal Introduction to Another Very Dark DC Universe

If you’ve ever wanted to hear Robin say “Fuck Batman” before knocking the hell out of and killing a couple of street-level criminals, then allow us to show you the very first trailer for DC Universe’s upcoming live-action Titans series. Suffice to say that Teen Titans Go!, this is not. Read More >>

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Dumbledore and Grindelwald Won’t Share a Single Scene Together in Fantastic Beasts 2

The Fantastic Beasts sequel is diving into the past of one of the Wizarding World’s biggest non-Voldemort bads: Gellert Grindelwald, who has a deep history with another titanic presence in the series, Albus Dumbledore. And yet, according to Jude Law, neither character will actually directly interact in the film. Read More >>

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We May Finally Know What Aquaman’s ‘Unite the Seven’ Means

A DCEU mystery that’s been going on for over three years might have finally been solved, thanks to the plot of James Wan’s Aquaman. Read More >>

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Shazam! Cuts Loose in the First Official Photo of Zachary Levi in Costume

Despite the fact that we’ve seen set pictures of it, Zachary Levi’s defence of it, and terrible-quality Instagram pictures, this is finally our first official look at Warner Bros.’ latest cinematic DC Comics superhero... and his love of cola, apparently. Read More >>

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DC’s Shazam! Enlists Marvel’s Djimon Hounsou for a Classic Comic Character

While it was initially thought that This Is Us star Ron Cephas Jones was the frontrunner to join Warner Bros.’ upcoming Shazam! as a key DC Comics character who plays a pivotal role in Billy Batson’s journey to becoming a hero, it turns out that that’s probably not the case. Read More >>

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The Joaquin Phoenix Joker Movie Is Happening

What once was rumoured is now actually happening. Joaquin Phoenix has closed a deal to play the Joker in a spinoff origin film that’s separate from the other DC Universe films. Read More >>

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Robert Zemeckis May Team Up With Guillermo del Toro to Remake Roald Dahl’s The Witches

Some of the best filmmakers alive have adapted the works of legendary author Roald Dahl, including Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton, and Wes Anderson. Now, three others are joining the list with one movie: Robert Zemeckis, Guillermo del Toro, and Alfonso Cuaron. Read More >>

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The Many Lives of Wonder Woman’s Steve Trevor, Explained

Last week we got our very first look at Patty Jenkins’ next DC movie, Wonder Woman 1984—and learned that somehow, Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor will be appearing in the movie, despite his rather explosive exit in the first film. But it’s not really the first time Wonder Woman’s most famous love interest has cheated death. Read More >>