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Avengers: Infinity War Sdcc Poster Brings Together Some Of Your Favorite Marvel Mascots

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A handful of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes joins forces with Spidey and the Guardians in this exclusive Sdcc poster for Avengers: Infinity War.

Coming to us straight from the show floor (with a tip of the hat to Marvel’s Twitter feed), below you’ll find two close-ups of that poster in question, which takes many of your favorite Marvel mascots and projects them onto a cosmic scale. Sadly, and after close inspection, there seems to be no sign of Scott Lang’s diminutive alter-ego, Ant-Man, which feels like more a missed opportunity than anything else. Regardless, those in attendance at San Diego Comic-Con will be able to nab a copy for themselves, while Marvel’s Sdcc panel has already been confirmed for Saturday, July 22nd at 5:30 pm Pt.

Marvel Studios is purportedly bringing its big guns to Hall H this weekend, and though he may be biased, Mark Ruffalo »

- Michael Briers

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Take A Tour Of The Walking Dead Booth At Comic-Con

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For those lucky enough to attend San Diego Comic-Con this year, the next few days should be a weekend to remember, as attendees of the event will be given unprecedented access to the cast, crew, costumes, props and more from many of the biggest movies and TV shows in Hollywood. For those of us who couldn’t make it, however, the most we can hope for is to vicariously live out the experience through Twitter.

One booth that fans will want to check out is that of AMC’s hit zombie drama The Walking Dead. This year, it’s set-dressed from the outside to resemble the Alexandria Safe Zone, in which Rick and his band of survivors have lived during the recent seasons of the show. Inside, however, there are a horde of undead mannequins, »

- Christian Bone

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20th Century Fox Brings New Kingsman: The Golden Circle Footage To Sdcc

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San Diego Comic-Con is off to a spectacular start, as 20th Century Fox opened its panel with an exclusive clip from the start of Kingsman: The Golden Circle in addition to a cast appearance. Moderator Jonathan Ross welcomed cast members Taron Egerton, Channing Tatum, Colin Firth, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal and Halle Berry, along with screenwriter Jane Goldman and original Kingsman artist Dave Gibbons.

The director of the film, Matthew Vaughn, was not present, since he was still in the UK working on the final cut of the movie – but a video message from him was screened, and an opening scene was played for the audience. In it, Taron Egerton’s Eggsy is accosted by a character from the first film, and thrust into an epic car chase through the streets of London. With fighting and knife stunts included, the action set-piece reaches its explosive climax in Hyde Park, whereupon »

- Sarah Myles

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Sherlock Co-Creator Hints At What The Future Holds For Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sleuth

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The mystery and intrigue surrounding the as-yet-unconfirmed fifth season of Sherlock is becoming so complex – so frustratingly complex – that even Benedict Cumberbatch’s legendary sleuth would struggle to crack the case.

And though the show’s co-creator Steven Moffat was in attendance at the ongoing San Diego Comic-Con to promote Doctor Who, when it comes to the fabled Sherlock season 5, sadly the song remains the same: Moffat and the team remain open to the idea of another instalment, but refuse to commit to anything so soon. Scheduling has been cited as the primary cause for concern, and due to Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman’s stacked slates, the fifth season of Sherlock is at least two years away…if not longer.

That’s something that Moffat and executive producer Sue Vertue echoed during a recent Sdcc panel (via Deadline), where the latter placed eager fans on a knife edge by revealing that, »

- Michael Briers

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New Evidence Suggests Captain Marvel Will Appear In Avengers: Infinity War

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While we’ve been repeatedly assured that every Marvel character that has already been introduced will appear in Avengers: Infinity War, we have yet to hear confirmation about the much anticipated Captain Marvel – due to be played by Brie Larson in the McU’s first female-led movie.

Though her casting was announced a full year ago, the popular comic book hero has yet to make her big screen debut. That could change though with the upcoming Avengers flick, as evidence is mounting that she might get a Spider-Man/Black Panther style introduction, before her even bigger moment in the spotlight in her own solo film.

Firstly, there was an Instagram post by Ryan Fleck, who will be co-directing the Captain Marvel movie with Anna Boden. While it’s been reported that filming on the character’s standalone effort is not due to begin until at least January 2018, Fleck posted a »

- Sarah Myles

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First Plot Details For Pacific Rim: Uprising Point To A Kaiju Resurgence

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What is a Jaeger? That’s a very good question.

It’s you, times a thousand. It’s a skyscraping mech capable of beating transdimensional monsters to a pulp, and in Pacific Rim: Uprising, director Steven S. DeKnight (Daredevil) will be introducing moviegoers to a new fleet of Jaegers – each with a name more wonderful than the last.

From Guardian Bravo to Titan Redeemer, the Pacific Rim universe has always worn its heart firmly on its oversized metallic sleeve, with each individual Jaeger being bent and shaped to properly represent the city it guards. They’re the near-future equivalent of gladiators, essentially, and for the Us of A, Gipsy Avenger will become the country’s newfound mascot in 2018.

In line with early rumors, Avenger is ostensibly a remodeled version of Gipsy Danger from the original Pacific Rim, and to help add context to today’s Sdcc promo, Legendary and Warner Bros. »

- Michael Briers

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The Drums Of War Beat Loudly In Call Of Duty: WWII’s Nazi Zombies Reveal Trailer

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At last, Call of Duty: WWII developer Sledgehammer Games has pulled back the blood-stained curtain on the shooter’s Nazi Zombies mode, revealing a horde of festering undead just waiting to be peppered with bullets.

For those that caught wind of the leaked trailer earlier this week, the official one (above) shown today at the San Diego Comic-Con contains much of the same footage, though there are a few notable differences. For starters, the Army of the Dead title that flashed up on screen at the conclusion of the leaked version has been replaced with the simpler, but no less self-explanatory, Nazi Zombies logo, a name that’s sure to delight fans of the original maps from Call of Duty: World at War.

Indeed, it’s been a while since fans have been able to enjoy the delights of downing endless waves of undead Third Reich soldiers, but as is »

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Sdcc Poster For It Floats Online; Joe Hill Says Adaptation Is Among The Scariest Films Ever Made

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When New Line’s It movie creeps into theaters in two months’ time, it’ll join the horror pantheon.

At least, that’s according to Joe Hill (son of the great Stephen King), who took part in a recent Q&A session to field all manner of questions about Andy Muschietti’s two-part adaptation. It’s not your typical book-to-screen translation, given how Muschietti plans to release a sequel in the not-so-distant future to revisit the Losers Club 30 years after the fact, when they decide to bring an end to Pennywise’s reign of terror once and for all. It’s an ambitious, somewhat unconventional spin on a novel many consider to be among King’s best, so with that in mind, consider us on board.

Stick a pin in that one for now, because with Sdcc getting underway in San Diego, New Line is in attendance to promote its »

- Michael Briers

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Arrow Ep’s Comments Further Hint At Multiple Big Bads For Season 6

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In the past week, we sure have learned a lot about what to expect from Arrow season 6, whether it be the latest Black Canary’s new look or hearing that Ricardo Diaz/Richard Dragon will likely be the big bad for the coming year. Speaking of which, more information has come to light suggesting that he won’t be alone.

By that, I mean we could very well be looking at a small screen translation of “the Long Bow Hunters,” a group that, aside from Diaz, also includes the likes of the Clock King, Brick, Count Vertigo, Red Dart and Killer Moth. And knowing how most of those characters have already shown up in the Arrowverse, it’s not outside the realm of possibility to introduce the others – or put a couple already known to viewers in their place.

When recently speaking with Entertainment Weekly, executive producer Wendy Mericle helped »

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Pacific Rim: Uprising Teaser Trailer Rallies The Troops

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The Jaeger program is looking for new recruits.

As the Internet grinds to a halt in anticipation of San Diego Comic-Con, Legendary has unleashed the first teaser trailer for Pacific Rim: Uprising, the Steven S. DeKnight-directed creature feature that places John Boyega (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) in the driving seat.

For when the Kaiju stage their resurgence, the former Attack the Block actor will lead the human resistance as Jake Pentecost, son of the apocalypse-canceling Stacker (Idris Elba). That leaves Boyega with some mighty big boots to fill – both human and otherwise – if he’s to command the story in the spirit of his on-screen father, but we’re quietly confident that the rising star is ready to step up to the plate. You’ll be able to catch a fleeting glimpse of him suited up at the tail-end of Uprising‘s first teaser, which spends close to »

- Michael Briers

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Justice League Becomes Justice Lego In New Sdcc Poster

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Earlier this year, we had The Lego Batman Movie, but now it’s time for the whole of the Justice League to get the Lego treatment in this new poster, which is exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con and comes courtesy of Tom Whalen.

Though we’ve seen Lego versions of Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash before – the three appeared in both The Lego Movie and The Lego Batman Movie – it’s less common to see mini-versions of arguably lesser-known members of the League, like Aquaman and Cyborg. Furthermore, it’s especially rare to see the Lego DC heroes decked out in their costumes/looks from the DC Extended Universe.

Though his teammates appear around him, it’s naturally Lego’s favourite hero, Batman, who takes centre stage on the poster. It’s a great piece of art overall, with a nice touch being the Ben Affleck-esque five o »

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Andres Muschietti Confirms His Return For It Sequel, Explains Pennywise Casting Choice

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There are few upcoming horror films generating levels of anticipation as high as those associated with It. Though it’s not due to arrive in theatres until September, the trailers so far released have proved incredibly popular, and even Stephen King himself is apparently happy with the project. But horror movies are notoriously difficult to predict in terms of box office success, which is why It, in particular, poses such an interesting prospect in terms of sequels.

The source material for the movie – the famously controversial novel written by Stephen King – is a vast, spine-chilling tome, and when it was last adapted for the screen, it was as a television movie in two parts. The first focused on a group of children trying to fend off a shape-shifting, child-eating demon that often manifests as Pennywise the Clown, and the second part focused on the same group as adults, returning to face the same monster. »

- Sarah Myles

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Amityville: The Awakening International Trailer And Poster Hint At August Release

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If you’re someone who’s been looking forward to seeing Amityville: The Awakening, then odds are that you’re about ready to put your fist through a wall – and understandably so. After first being unveiled all the way back in 2014, the latest entry in the legendary haunted house franchise has been subjected to suffering delay after delay after delay, the most recent of which seemingly put it in limbo.

Now, however, there seems to be a glimmer of hope for horror fans. As it turns out, an international trailer (seen at the top) has made its way online, with The Awakening set to open in Brazilian theatres on August 31. Thankfully, this has been corroborated by Paris Films on their official Facebook page. In addition to that, @notoriousitalia confirms an August 23 release in Italy.

Sure, those dates are subject to change because somebody at the top of the food chain »

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New Wave Of Jigsaw Posters Strengthens Copycat Theory

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Hot on the heels of a freshly released trailer comes a new wave of Jigsaw posters that give us a better idea of what to expect when we shuffle into cinemas this fall. Actually, the first poster found its way online earlier this month and caught our attention with its cryptic “Become Jigsaw” tagline, but you may agree that each of the six above make quite the impression.

This time around, we’re offered three separate taglines that are as chilling as they are intriguing: “He is everyone,” “He is everywhere” and “He is everything.” And while it does sound like someone is piecing together the chorus to a touching ballad in tribute of John Kramer, we can’t help but think this strengthens the ongoing theory that a copycat is at play. After all, neither »

- Eric Joseph

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Awesome New Posters For Black Panther And Thor: Ragnarok Unveiled At Sdcc

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The biggest pop culture event of the year, San Diego Comic-Con, begins today and with it comes images from the convention that have begun to leak online. For example, these awesome new concept art posters for two upcoming Marvel movies – Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok, respectively.

Twitter user Shawn Madden first shared these pics and as you can see, the first one is for Ryan Coogler’s upcoming spinoff and features both Chadwick Boseman unmasked as King T’Challa of Wakanda as well as in full costume as Black Panther. Lupita Nyong’o and Danai Gurira’s characters, kickass royal guardswomen Nakia and Okoye, are also pictured. Finally, Michael B. Jordan’s villain Killmonger is featured in his own terrifying mask.

Curiously, the Black Panther suit has a strange purple glow around it with some ancient symbols appearing on the mask. This suggests there will be some kind of mystical »

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Report Suggests David Sandberg’s Shazam Is Targeting February Start Ahead Of 2019 Release

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July 20th marks a special day on the industry’s calendar, as it heralds the official start of San Diego Comic-Con 2017 and with it, an avalanche of news, trailers, and megaton announcements from the world of film.

On the Warner Bros. lot, this year’s Sdcc is shaping up to be one for the ages. With Justice League and Aquaman already locked in, not to mention rumors of Wonder Woman 2, the studio’s lineup has already left comic book fans (ourselves included) twitching with excitement, and if sources close to The Hollywood Reporter are to be believed, the long-brewing Shazam film may make an appearance when the lights go down in Hall H on Saturday, July 22nd.

Per THR, sources close to Warner Bros. and New Line claim that Shazam is eyeing a production start in early 2018 – January or February is the alleged window – which would place David Sandberg’s »

- Michael Briers

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Could We See The Legion Of Super-Heroes In Supergirl Season 3?

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Although Kara Zor-El herself has understandably remained front and center thus far on Supergirl, the producers haven’t shied away from beefing up the ensemble just as other CW series have done by introducing additional heroes such as the Martian Manhunter, Mon-El, Miss Martian, the Guardian and even Superman himself.

But as memorable as each of their appearances have been, the more eagle-eyed fans out there have been wondering when and if the Legion of Super-Heroes will ever show up. After all, there have been some Easter eggs offered to date, one of which was an unmistakable Legion ring in the Fortress of Solitude. And knowing how Supergirl, Mon-El and Superman (or Superboy, depending on which continuity you’re familiar with) each have a history with that group, one would expect them to show up at some point.

Now, bear with us here, because you may very well agree that »

- Eric Joseph

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Almost Featured The “With Great Power…” Line

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“With great power, comes great responsibility.” We all know the line, as it’s one of the most iconic phrases in superhero history. In fact, it was used so well in Sam Raimi’s 2002 Spider-Man movie, and echoed in the next two installments of the trilogy, that both The Amazing Spider-Man films and Spider-Man: Homecoming steered clear of it. As it turns out, however, the recent Marvel movie originally included an irreverent reference to it.

Speaking to Yahoo!, screenwriters John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein revealed that they cut the line from an earlier draft, but here’s when it would have featured:

“At the end when Happy (Jon Favreau) is in the boy’s room in school we had him say, ‘Oh yeah, Tony wanted me to tell you, ‘With great power comes… something, I forgot.’ It was a little too meta.”

Honestly, it’s too bad that they cut this, »

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Halloween Belongs To Jigsaw In This Horrifying First Trailer For Saw Sequel

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Remember when Jigsaw co-director Michael Spierig (Daybreakers) promised some “pretty wild traps” ahead of October’s Saw sequel?

Well, thanks to the film’s blood-curdling first trailer, we now have an idea of the horrors in store, and it seems as though the twisted legacy of John Kramer has taken on a new form. Tobin Bell’s demented serial killer actually bit the bullet during Saw III in 2006, so Michael and Peter Spierig have been quick to play down talk of Bell returning – either via flashback or some form of unexpected appearance. That doesn’t necessarily mean that a cameo is completely out of the question though – the film is called Jigsaw, after all – particularly when you consider the fact that John Kramer’s voice can be heard in today’s first-look teaser. “The truth will set you free.”

From there, the nightmare-inducing footage cuts to some form of containment »

- Michael Briers

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We Likely Won’t See Zod Or Lex Luthor In Supergirl Season 3

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So far, Supergirl has done a fine job when it comes to adapting a wide array of villains from comics to screen, sometimes feeling like a live action answer to Superman: The Animated Series. And while some baddies to exist within this universe are seemingly being introduced for the first time (Bizarro, Parasite, Metallo and Mr. Mxyzptlk immediately come to mind), there are some major players who have obviously been left to Kara’s Boy Scout of a cousin.

One such example is that of Zod, whom we saw appear in the season 2 finale as a hallucination of Clark’s. As it turns out, this was more so a nod to all this version of the Man of Steel has gone through, and it sounds like we shouldn’t expect Mark Gibbon to reprise the role anytime soon.

Here’s what Andrew Kreisberg had to say on that front, according »

- Eric Joseph

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