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New Suicide Squad Trailer Brings The Crazy

New Suicide Squad Trailer Brings The Crazy

by Peter Paltridgeon April 11, 2016
Last night during the MTV Movie Awards, the new trailer for WB’s Suicide Squad premiered. A slightly longer version was then made available online. You know what to do, but before you hit that window, crank the volume up. You’ll be glad we told you to…. The Suicide Squad promo campaign takes obvious cues from […]
Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

by Peter Paltridgeon March 28, 2016
Normally you have to wait for the home video release to see these kinds of things, but not this time: a deleted scene from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is now on YouTube. The clip was put online by Warners themselves. The deleted scene is a spoiler for the film’s plot, so if you’re […]

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Batman V Superman Will Have An R-Rated Cut, But Is It Necessary?

by Peter Paltridgeon March 18, 2016
When Batman V Superman is released on home video later this year, there will be a special edition that’s a whopping 30 minutes longer (bringing the runtime to three hours) and it will boast an R rating, instead of the theatrical cut’s PG-13. Undoubtedly a response to Fox’s Deadpool, but people might be curious what […]
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Batman V Superman’s International Trailer Reveals Even More of The Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon March 14, 2016
A lot of movie and TV promotional campaigns end up using the same footage over and over and over. The reason is because there’s only a finite amount of the product they have to work with, and they can’t show you everything. Maybe someone should tell Warner Bros. Marketing this — we’ve seen a lot […]

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Here’s How The Flash Arrives On “Supergirl”

by Peter Paltridgeon March 9, 2016
A few weeks ago it was announced that Barry Allen of The CW’s The Flash would be hopping networks for one hour and guest-starring on CBS’s Supergirl. At the time no one knew why or how. Now TV.com reports that Barry will arrive in Supergirl’s neck of the woods via….complete accident, basically. It turns out […]
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The Justice League Movie Begins Shooting April 11

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2016
After years of sleeping on their iconic stable of superheroes while rivals Marvel/Disney slowly built a juggernaut empire under their noses, Warner Bros/DC has finally realized they let a ton of money slip by, and they want a vast entire DC Cinematic Universe NOW NOW RIGHT NAAA-OW. That’s why the Justice League will be open […]

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The Adventures of Kevin Smith and Harley Quinn Smith, Part Two

by Peter Paltridgeon February 4, 2016
When we last left Kevin Smith and Harley Quinn Smith, the most adorable father-daughter pair in the world, she had just received the bat that Margot Robbie wielded in Suicide Squad (due out in October). More recently, she was standing on a curb in Hollywood waiting for an Uber to pick her up. That’s when […]
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DC Publishing New Reinventions Of Classic Hanna-Barbera Characters

by Peter Paltridgeon January 28, 2016
Look out, cartoon traditionalists: DC is about to revise and revamp the most beloved cartoons of the Baby Boomer generation for the 21st century. The results have been published by Entertainment Weekly, and……If there was ever a time for George Takei to walk into the room and utter his deepest, bellowing “Oh MYYYYYYY,” it’s now. […]

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Harley Quinn, Given Harley Quinn’s Bat, Weeps Tears Of Joy

by Peter Paltridgeon January 22, 2016
The title makes sense in context. Sixteen years ago, Kevin “Silent Bob” Smith fathered a child and named her “Harley Quinn.” At the time, it was an obscure reference. Now a Harley Quinn book is one of DC’s best-selling titles and Paul Dini’s crazy blonde is about to star as the center of a major […]
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Jonah Hex Will Guest Star On Legends Of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon January 14, 2016
Everyone’s favorite disfigured cowboy of legend will be making a special appearance in Legends of Tomorrow’s first season, Variety reported today. Created by writer John Albano and artist Tony DeZuniga back in the 70’s, Jonah Hex has been in and out of publication over the years and has had an even wilder ride in cinema. […]