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Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph, Josh Gad pick superhero film roles

Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph, Josh Gad pick superhero film roles

This past week we had the opportunity to speak with Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph, and Josh Gad, all of whom told us which superhero they'd be OK with playing in a film in the future. These three are all currently in The Angry Birds Movie - we were at the press junket for said movie, and due to the content of said movie, our conversation dove in on superheroes rather quickly. Be it animated or live-action - which roles would these comedians take if given the opportunity?

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Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

While the recent Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie left many fans and critics divided, the appearance of Wonder Woman, played by actress Gal Gadot, was almost universally praised as the highlight of the film. Those who are looking forward to the character's stand-alone movie now have less of a wait before them, as Warner Bros. is moving the release of Wonder Woman up to June 2nd, 2017.

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Batman v Superman Review: A Triumph

Batman v Superman Review: A Triumph

I don't believe in the conspiracy theories that say critics have a vendetta against DC Comics and/or Zack Snyder. I also don't believe that a movie with both Batman and Superman in it needs any help to succeed in the box office. That's not what we're here for. What I'm here for is to explain what you're in for when you eventually see this film. I'm here to suggest that, while this film is not good in the same way The Dark Knight was good, it's a fantastic base for the future of the DC Comics film universe.

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Batman v Superman trailers show film you wont see

Batman v Superman trailers show film you wont see

Today we're going to show you every piece of Batman v Superman footage available - clues aplenty. Clues as to what we're going to actually be seeing. What we're looking at here is how close the final film is going to end up being to what we're being presented. Is this film going to be a dark battle between Superman and Batman? Or is this going to be a movie that dismisses Superman almost entirely, focusing on the next generation of Batman fans in the process?

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Google’s Play Books gives comics a kick in the cape

Google’s Play Books gives comics a kick in the cape

Though Google has had digital editions of comic books from every major publisher for quite a while, the reading experience hasn't changed a whole lot since Google's "Play Books" app's comic experience was first launched. As such, Google has decided to give the whole digital comic-reading experience a kick in the pants. Google is launching a number of features in Play Books that aim directly at the comic book reader, including a new vertical scrolling experience that makes comic reading on a smartphone a whole lot more intuitive.

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DC Comics’ next big movie will star Booster Gold

DC Comics’ next big movie will star Booster Gold

The effect Guardians of The Galaxy has had on the big movie business becomes more apparent each new oddball movie that's announced. Today, that movie has two superheroes by the names Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. Unless you read DC comic books regularly - and have spanned off into the strange worlds of justice league affiliates aplenty - you might not know Booster Gold or Blue Beetle. But we do. Thanks to the cartoon series Batman: The Brave and The Bold, we know Blue Beetle and Booster Gold all too well!

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Suicide Squad trailer released

Suicide Squad trailer released

The trailer you're about to see shows the villains of the DC Comics universe rallying together in a film called Suicide Squad. This film is based on the comic series of the same name. Here you're going to see characters like The Joker and Harley Quinn working for the government in discreet operations the likes of which would never otherwise be executed. This is Suicide Squad. This movie is going to be really strange. It's going to mix up what's right and wrong. It's going to ask questions that'll go completely unanswered.

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Batman v Superman director arrives at SDCC in new Batmobile

Batman v Superman director arrives at SDCC in new Batmobile

DC Comics fans at San Diego Comic-Con were treated to the ultimate bit of fan service on Friday night while waiting for next morning's panel on the new Batman v Superman movie. Some of those in line the longest had reportedly been waiting 10 hours or so, and at around midnight, when their surprise arrived, everyone still had another 10 hours to go until the panel started. It was during this moment that none other than the new Batmobile roared down the street, coming to a stop in front of the building, with director Zack Snyder behind the wheel.

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This new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer has us picking sides

This new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer has us picking sides

Comic-Con 2015 isn't just an excuse for awesome cosplay and meeting stars, it's also brought a new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer. The hotly-anticipated superhero movie picks up where the last Superman film left off, with the trailer giving not only a glimpse at new characters like Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor, but some insight into just why Batman is so angry at the Man of Steel.

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Dr Who joins LEGO Dimensions at SDCC

Dr Who joins LEGO Dimensions at SDCC

Dr Who is the latest addition to the upcoming multi-universe LEGO game LEGO Dimensions. Unveiled at SDCC (Comic-Con) - also starting this morning - this addition to the LEGO Dimensions world is not the first brand to arrive before physical LEGO bricks have been made by the company. Earlier this month we also saw LEGO Portal - from Valve. This game will also dip in to the LEGO Movie, DC Comics with Batman, Back to the Future, and Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit.

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Hoopla strikes digital deal with DC Comics

Hoopla strikes digital deal with DC Comics

Earlier this month, Marvel and Amazon struck a deal that resulted in more than 12,000 comic books arriving on the Kindle store. Following that, DC Comics has announced a similar deal with Hoopla. Last month Hoopla announced an expansion of its digital comics offerings, and now the company has struck up a partnership with DC Comics that will see the latter company rolling out a couple hundred of its own works on the service. First will come an initial release of 25 graphic novels.

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Infinite Crisis has a finite crisis, closing in August

Infinite Crisis has a finite crisis, closing in August

Late have we known you, DC's Infinite Crisis MOBA, which turns out isn't anywhere near "infinite" at all. The multiplayer online battle arena adaptation of DC's comics universe arc of the same name hasn't even been in the market for a year and now it is announcing that an anniversary ain't going to happen at all. Infinite Crisis now has a finite deadline and Turbine and Warner Bros., who handle the development of the game, will be shutting down servers on August 14 this year.

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