Jared Leto Confirms He’s Sticking with the DCEU’s Joker

Jared Leto Confirms He’s Sticking with the DCEU’s Joker

Jared Leto isn’t going anywhere any time soon according to a recent interview. While many questions have come up about Jared Leto‘s future as the Joker, he says it’s a smoke screen. During a recent interview in Australia, Leto cleared it up. He says that all the hype around the new alternate universe Joker movie, which we covered here, is overblown. In the interview, he praised Margot Robbie and the work they did on Suicide…

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Oscar Nominee Actor Joins The Punisher Netflix Series

Oscar Nominee Actor Joins The Punisher Netflix Series

The Punisher has added an Oscar nominee to its cast, marking a major win for the series. Marvel‘s The Punisher Netflix series has added Oscar nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo to its cast in a recurring role. This is a major win for the series, which has been firing on all cylinders since his first appearance in Daredevil season 2. It seems like Aghdashloo will play Farah Madani, a corrupt Homeland Security agent who angers the titular…

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Melissa Benoist Visits the Set of Riverdale, Set Photos Reveal

Melissa Benoist Visits the Set of Riverdale, Set Photos Reveal

Melissa Benoist paid a visit to the set of Riverdale recently, sparking rumors of a crossover by the showrunner. Riverdale‘s showrunner recently shared a photo of Supergirl star Melissa Benoist visiting the set. While filming season 2 of CW’s hit series Riverdale, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took an on set photo of Benoist. Opposite show stars Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes, the caption asked if a crossover was possible in the future. However, Benoist visited the set during…

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Matt Reeves Clarifies Comments on The Batman’s DCEU Status

Matt Reeves Clarifies Comments on The Batman’s DCEU Status

Matt Reeves caused some controversy after an old interview about The Batman resurfaced. The Batman director Matt Reeves has made some controversy with an interview he did about the movie. In the interview, he claimed that The Batman would not be part of the DCEU. Given the recent announcement of a Joker movie that’s not connected to the DCEU, Reeves was forced to clarify the statements. While it didn’t raise much of an eyebrow back…

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Jack Kirby’s Manhunter is Returning for His Birthday

Jack Kirby’s Manhunter is Returning for His Birthday

Jack Kirby’s classic character of the Manhunter is returning to comics. For Jack Kirby‘s birthday, Manhunter is coming back for a one-shot comic book. DC Comics has announced a series of one shots in celebration of the creator. The first one features one of his classic character getting pushed to his limits when crime has overwhelmed the city. The character first appeared in Police Comics #8 before being given his own series between 1949 and…

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Katee Sackhoff Joins The Flash Season 4 as a Villain

Katee Sackhoff Joins The Flash Season 4 as a Villain

Katee Sackhoff is joining the cast of The Flash in season 4 as a villain. Battlestar Galactica star Katee Sackhoff has joined the cast of The Flash as villain Amunet Black, a.k.a Blacksmith. This will be her first go into the comic book stuff. As a result, it will be interesting to see her take on the character. It seems like Blacksmith will be the head of an underground black market for super villains. The…

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Image’s “Dark Fang” Looks to Sink Its Teeth Into Ecological Action This Fall

Image’s “Dark Fang” Looks to Sink Its Teeth Into Ecological Action This Fall

Image Comics has announced the launch of their new series Dark Fang, which looks to sink its teeth into climate change starting this November. Written by Miles Gunter (“NYC Mech”) with art by Kelsey Shannon (“Bastard Samurai”, “Batman ’66”), the series seeks to combine a message of ecological action with a classic vampire story. In short, climate change deniers just found themselves on the menu. Dark Fang follows Valla, a vampire who lives peacefully on the…

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Locke & Key has found its Locke for Hulu’s TV adaptation

Locke & Key has found its Locke for Hulu’s TV adaptation

Locke & Key has found its Locke for the Hulu adaptation. Hulu‘s upcoming adaptation of Locke & Key has finally cast its Locke for the TV show they’ve been developing. They’ve cast Frances O’Connor in the title role. While there doesn’t appear to be any word on the other roles, we can expect announcements in the not too distant future. Her credits include A.I. Artificial Intelligence from Stephen Spielberg, The Missing and The Conjuring 2….

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REVIEW: Dark Nights – Metal #1: Maddeningly Arcane, But With Promise

REVIEW: Dark Nights – Metal #1: Maddeningly Arcane, But With Promise

This isn’t just a review, it’s an admission. I’m afraid I have to tell you all that I’ve contracted an illness. And DC’s latest event title, Dark Nights – Metal #1, by Batman superstars Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, is the issue that made it clear to me that I am afflicted. I have CBEF Syndrome. If you’re unfamiliar with CBEF, it stands for Continuity-Based Event Fatigue. And with its incredibly dense narrative, tons of…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Angelic #1 – A Wonderfully Weird Sci-Fi Fable

ADVANCE REVIEW: Angelic #1 – A Wonderfully Weird Sci-Fi Fable

Angelic #1 is a kind of wonderful piece of weirdness. The first issue of the new science-fiction series from Image Comics, created by Simon Spurrier (“X-Men: Legacy,” “Cry Havoc,” Titan’s “Doctor Who” comics) and artist Caspar Wijngaard (“LIMBO”) is definitely one of the most unique concepts you’ll see. Its boldness and original vision makes it the most enjoyable post-apocalyptic cybernetic sci-fi fairy tale/animal fable/religious allegory/feminist adventure you or your kids will read this year. Angelic #1…

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