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August 11, 2017

Today, we have a few items to share about the DC Extended Universe:   A Significant Aquaman Location  James Wan, director of the upcoming solo superhero feature Aquaman, posted a photo of a location they’re shooting at (see below). Why? Because this one is pretty significant to the title character’s origins and the social media share has fans very excited. What we see in the photo is a lighthouse at Hastings Point in New South Wales, Australia. What we also see, through the lens of the DCEU, is the lighthouse home of Tom Curry in Amnesty Bay. Finally filming at the lighthouse set. Beautiful location. Saw whales ?? breaching in the distance. Magical. #amnestybay #hastingspoint pic.twitter.com/WZKt31NjqT — James Wan…Read More

It seems like Henry Cavill‘s mustache is the least of the DCEU‘s worries these days concerning their upcoming fall juggernaut “Justice League.” Yesterday’s rumor was that Warner Bros was apparently, unhappy with the cut they saw of “Justice League.” The tone – which they felt was too dark – seemed to be the issue, but so was, as has been reported by many sources, the portrayal of Cyborg. Continue reading Rumor: An Early Cut of ‘Justice League’ Was ‘Unwatchable’ at The Playlist.

DC Comics’ fabled Sea King, Aquaman, has been many different hings to fans over the years and not all of them have been good. For a lot of people who have less-than-accurate familiarity with the character, he’s been something of a superheroic punching bag for more casual superhero observers, always held up as a reason by some more shortsighted fans about why DC has ‘lamer’ characters than Marvel. About a decade ago, though, Aquaman’s fortunes began to slowly turn around. Though Aquaman had apparently died in the comics in early 2007, a small but vocal element of the fanbase began to make some serious noise about bringing the character back to prominence in the DC Comics Universe. The crossover event series Final Crisis, published in 2008-09, looked like…Read More

It’s a late Friday night so what better time to drop a slews release date on the unsuspecting public. So, get a pen and paper to adjust your calendar and let’s get started and make note: these are all Sony Pictures films. Perhaps the most significant of the release, tentpole wise is Sony’s “Silver And Black,” a Spider-Man spinoff film focusing on the female characters Black Cat and Silver Sable Marvel adaptation. Continue reading ‘Sicario’ Sequel & Spider-Man Spin-Off ‘Silver & Black’ Land Release Dates at The Playlist.

It’s a late Friday night so what better time to drop a slews release date on the unsuspecting public. So, get a pen and paper to adjust your calendar and let’s get started and make note: these are all Sony Pictures films. Perhaps the most significant of the release, tentpole wise is Sony’s “Silver And Black,” a Spider-Man spinoff film focusing on the female characters Black Cat and Silver Sable Marvel adaptation. Continue reading ‘Sicario’ Sequel & Spider-Man Spin-Off ‘Silver & Black’ Land Release Dates at The Playlist.

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The entertainment industry can be brutal, and that often goes double for women. It’s tough to break into a system that’s been designed to keep them relegated to the sidelines and the struggle for representation in front of and behind the camera rages on, with occasional small victories fueling this generation of female filmmakers …

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Ron Howard shares some very interesting Han Solo set videos. Let’s take a moment appreciate the Porgs. Andy Serkis knows which Snoke theory sucks the most. General/Princess Leia gets yet another title Inferno Squad‘s secrets unlocked And much more! Rehearsing a crane shot as we wait …