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Man of Steel 2 and Nightwing are rumored to be part of DC’s official upcoming slate. Following the release of Justice League, Warner Bros. is making some changes to their overall structure as a studio, but also when it comes to their DC adaptations. Throughout the last few years, nearly two dozen films have been said to be in development at the studio. However, each project hasn’t received much clarity for their futures. Once the mixed reviews for Justice League resulted in it falling well shy of box office expectations, many expected the DC slate to shift dramatically.
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The newest iteration of the Star Trek franchise, Star Trek: Discovery, has caused quite a firestorm among fans in its first season. While some viewers are enjoying the updated looks and darker tones that the show has been producing, other viewers are having difficulty accepting it into the existing canon of the franchise.
This is mostly due to the fact that the Discovery creative team has chosen to set the show in the year 2256. According to the Star Trek timeline, that puts the action 10 years before the time of Kirk and Spock seen in the original Star Trek series from the 1960s.
Obviously, The Original Series has an established aesthetic and ...
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Star Wars director Rian Johnson is using deductive reasoning to explain where Luke Skywalker’s robotic hand goes at the end of The Last Jedi. The right hand, or lack thereof, has long been a pivotal storytelling device in the Star Wars saga, beginning with the loss of Anakin Skywalker’s arm that was severed below the elbow in a battle with Count Dooku in Attack of the Clones, and Luke’s right hand, which was lost in his showdown with Darth Vader on Bespin in The Empire Strikes Back. Both father and son, of course, benefited by the technology available in the ...
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters star O’Shea Jackson teases that Godzilla and King Ghidorah will have an unforgettably epic showdown. Jackson says he’s “foaming at the mouth” to see the two go at it. The highly anticipated monster flick will also feature two other prominent kaiju associated with Godzilla: Rodan and Mothra.
Following the success of Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla in 2014, Lionsgate announced plans for a shared cinematic universe called the MonsterVerse that would include a sequel and Kong: Skull Island. With Edwards directing, Godzilla: King of the Monsters was expected to be full of kaiju action with Toho monsters Rodan, Mothra, and King Ghidorah joining the ...
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Superhero TV shows are the best they’ve ever been. There are so many that CW literally has its own DC Universe, called the Arrowverse, covering nearly all of the characters that the DCEU has yet to put on the big screen— and even some that they already have.
Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and now Black Lightning each explore the adventure and wonder of the DC Universe in their own ways. However, at the same time, balancing these shows can be incredibly difficult. Each has their own showrunners, as well as their own writing teams, casts, and crews, but they all have to know what’s going on with each of the other series, every ...
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