Aquaman won’t hit theaters until later this year, but that hasn’t stopped the film’s star Jason Momoa from pitching the first scene of a potential sequel. “I definitely have an opinion,” Momoa told TotalFilm about the direction of the series going forward. “Even when we were shooting Aquaman, I have the opening of Aquaman 2 ready.
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Japanese anime continues to gain popularity around the world. We’re conducting interviews of anime studios and asking them about the behind-the-scenes process and the thoughts that go into anime production. This is a large-scale project that is being done in collaboration with anime sites around the world, including the anime information site Anime Anime!, Tokyo
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Another Netflix MCU series bites the dust, as Luke Cage will not be returning for a third season. Despite the return of Daredevil this weekend for its third season, the Hero of Harlem wasn’t so lucky. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful,” said Marvel in a statement, “to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew
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Ant-Man and The Wasp director Peyton Reed already has character arcs in mind for a third film in the series. “I personally do have a trilogy arc in mind for them,” Reed told /Film. “Some of which I share with Marvel, and some of which I haven’t.” RELATED: Disney Removes a Marvel Studios Film From Its 2020
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With the principal photography on EPIX’s live-action DC Comics adaptation Pennyworth expected to begin next week, the prequel series has just cast the principal antagonist for its debut season. Paloma Faith (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) has been cast as Bet Sykes, a sadistic and sharp-tongued villain for the former SAS soldier. RELATED: Pennyworth Casts
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As if Spidey doesn’t have enough problems these days, Nick Spencer and Humberto Ramos are poised to introduce a new crew of NYC-based miscreants into the wall-crawler’s life. In Amazing Spider-Man #8, the Thieves Guild of New York will make its debut, though what (or who) they’re after remains a bit unclear at the moment.
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The original solicitation text for Return of Wolverine #2 was frustratingly vague with regard to offering up further clues about Logan’s resurrection. And while CBR’s exclusive preview of the issue doesn’t really offer more in that regard, it does further illustrate the depravity of the series’ main villain, and new thorn in the entire X-Men
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Virtual YouTuber Kizuna AI recently uploaded a video revealing a surprise guest on her channel: Artificial Intelligence ADA from Ingress! Thanks to their different backgrounds and personalities, viewers were treated to an unusually amusing meeting between the two virtual beings. During the video, they even switched bodies so that ADA could experience having a physical
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Image Comics has released solicitation information and images for new books and products shipping in January 2019. When you’re through checking out these solicitations for new Image releases, be sure to visit CBR’s Image Comics forum to discuss these titles and products with fellow readers and fans. Image Comics Solicitations – Last Six Months CRIMINAL
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The latest Arrowverse crossover event, titled “Elseworlds,” is currently in the midst of shooting, and we’ve recently been literally swarmed with set pictures hinting at not only the scope of this latest superhero extravaganza, but also the rather unexpected twists that will unfold in the three-part event. From Superman in a black version of his
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With Gotham coming to a close next year, one of Batman’s most dangerous enemies, Bane, will be making his debut in the show’s fifth season, played by actor Shane West. So far, however, no full body pictures detailing the show’s portrayal of “the Man Who Broke the Bat” have surfaced thus far, but a tweet
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Looking back at his comic book movie career recently, Ben Affleck has officially admitted that Mark Steven Johnson’s Daredevil was “kind of silly.” Affleck, of course, portrayed the titular vigilante in the 2003 film, which continues to grab headlines, despite (or perhaps because of) Netflix’s grittier drama. In a recent interview for the Cinemability: The Art of Inclusion documentary, which
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Next week’s episode of The Flash promises the return of a new version of scientist Harrison Wells arriving on Earth-1 but it’s still unclear if this alternate universe incarnation of Tom Cavanagh’s character is as trustworthy as his Earth-2 counterpart. The third episode of the DCTV series’ fifth season, ominously titled “The Death of Vibe,”
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Writer Scott Snyder‘s first big crossover on the bi-weekly Justice League comic is the Aquaman-focused “Drowned Earth” story arc, beginning with this week’s Issue #10. The scribe has created a helpful checklist to guide readers through the reading order of each issue, and it looks like something straight out of an ’80s-era mix tape. “Homemade DROWNED
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This year’s Arrowverse crossover has gradually been teasing alternate universe versions of the various heroes of The CW’s shared television universe and a multiversal incarnation of Oliver Queen and Barry Allen have just been named referencing a classic DC Comics duo. Set photos have emerged online as the crossover films in Vancouver the biker versions
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The first trailer has arrived for director Joe Cornish’s The Kid Who Would Be King, revealing a lighthearted, modernized take on Arthurian legend — and a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance by Patrick Stewart as Merlin. The film follows a put-upon British schoolboy named Alex who finds the legendary sword Excalibur in the ruins of a building, and
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