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LEGO Batman release pushing back LEGO Movie 2

LEGO Batman release pushing back LEGO Movie 2

Will Arnett’s LEGO Batman has apparently taken the place of all other Batmans as the most beloved toy-selling Batman in modernity. This became apparent this week when it was revealed that The LEGO Movie 2 - sequel to the highly popular 2014 LEGO Movie - will be pushed back in favor of a LEGO Batman spin-off. No, not THAT Batman made of LEGO, but this newer, funnier LEGO Batman. Will Arnett's Batman - ready to command another movie all his own. We can only hope that Jim Carrey will return for another Riddler.

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Joe Dirt 2 heads to Crackle: Adam Sandler wins again

Joe Dirt 2 heads to Crackle: Adam Sandler wins again

It’s high time Adam Sandler received some credit for this massive efforts in creating as many comedy movies as possible over the past several years - Crackle and Netflix know the score. The most recent win for this founder of Happy Madison productions is a long-awaited sequel to the film Joe Dirt. This film will star David Spade in his magnum opus role, returning with the wig he suggests he’s been "sleeping in for years." He’s "beyond stoked that Joe Dirt will finally hit the screens again on Crackle."

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Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ shows first clips at New York Comic Con

Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ shows first clips at New York Comic Con

Saturday night at New York Comic Con was the place to be for Daredevil fans, as at a panel for the original Netflix series, Marvel gave the world the first look at four clips from next year's pilot episode. Given screen time were four of the show's main characters/actors, including blind lawyer by day Matt Murdock/crime-fighter by night Daredevil (Charlie Cox), love interest Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll), Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson), and villain Wilson Fisk/Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio).

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LEGO Batman movie tipped to arrive in 2017

LEGO Batman movie tipped to arrive in 2017

Warner Bros. has decided to make a LEGO Batman movie, and it is doing so at a rapid clip due to popular demand. The news comes from The Hollywood Reporter, which says Chris McKay is on-board to direct the upcoming flick. If all goes as planned, Warner Bros. is looking to release the movie in 2017, and though a solid date isn't yet placed, it could end up hitting theaters when the LEGO Movie 2 was originally slated to arrive.

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The Empire Strikes Back Uncut features hundreds of fan clips

The Empire Strikes Back Uncut features hundreds of fan clips

If you think carefully, you will likely remember the fantastic crowdsourced rendition of Star Wars: A New Hope that was published back in early 2012. The video recreated the movie using clips from tons of fans, all of them unique in their own way and all of them stitched together into a final product by Casey Pugh. The video was immensely popular, and spawned a push to recreate the next movie in the series -- something that is finally finished after a lot of work and available for all to enjoy.

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Ubuntu’s native Netflix support arrives as promised

Ubuntu’s native Netflix support arrives as promised

Native Netflix support on Linux has been a long-running wish among users, and though methods have been around to get the service to work, none were as simple as firing up your browser and getting right into the movies, no hassle necessary. Last month news that a change was afoot surfaced, with Netflix's Paul Adolph asking questions and saying that, if certain wheels could be put in motion, he'd bring up a case for nixing the user agent filtering that foiled users.

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Tomorrowland trailer drops following NYCC panel

Tomorrowland trailer drops following NYCC panel

Disney's planning to release a world-hopping mystery film titled "Tomorrowland" next year, and ahead of it comes both a trailer and a panel at the New York Comic Con. George Clooney decided to make an appearance during the latter, according to Deadline, joining the show's opening panel. Though Clooney is part of the oft-teased movie, he wasn't originally slated to be part of the panel for reasons that were apparently a farce. More importantly, the panel released details on the movie, and joining them is a trailer we have for you after the jump.

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Virtual pop star Hatsune Miku performs on Letterman

Virtual pop star Hatsune Miku performs on Letterman

Hatsune Miku is a virtual pop singer that gets her voice courtesy of Crypton Future Media, which is based out of Japan. Using various Vocaloid synthesizers, she belts out songs and, despite her lack of flesh and blood, enjoys quite a fan base. Thanks to increasingly sophisticated projection technology, Hatsune has taken to more than one stage to perform songs, with the latest one being on The Late Show with David Letterman, where she danced and sang alongside a live band before fizzling away in a poof of digital magic.

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Darth Vader and James Earl Jones to return in 2014

Darth Vader and James Earl Jones to return in 2014

There’s no doubt that Darth Vader will once again see airtime voiced by James Earl Jones at this point, but how and when - you might not expect. For the first episode - an extended release available immediately for purchase from chain stores across the United States - Star Wars Rebels has been released as "Spark of Rebellion." And what’s a good rebellion without a dash of Darth?

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