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Joaquin Phoenix used to promote Joker edition Galaxy Z Flip in Russia

Joaquin Phoenix used to promote Joker edition Galaxy Z Flip in Russia

The folks at Caviar have a new super-expensive super-elite smartphone with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. This device makes use of the two-sided, split backside of the Galaxy Z Flip with a Queen and Joker card pair - one for Harley Quinn, the other for The Joker Himself. What's more, the company's gone ahead and used Joaquin Phoenix and his newly-awarded Academy Award for Best Actor to promote the phone - though we're not quite ready to believe that he or his representatives signed off on said appearance on their webpage as such...

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Wonder Woman 1984 trailer tips time travel to 1996 or 2003!

Wonder Woman 1984 trailer tips time travel to 1996 or 2003!

This is the trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, a movie that'll be JACKED UP with popular culture points from the year 1984. If you happened to be alive back then, you'll probably find yourself in an alternate universe, the likes of which you kinda... sorta remember. This won't be the real world - the bits we've seen so far look like some sort of fever dream about the TV-centric 80s... not unlike Stranger Things, really.

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Wonder Woman 1984 trailer sparks so many questions

Wonder Woman 1984 trailer sparks so many questions

It has only been two years since the premiere of the first Wonder Woman film but 40 years have passed in the movie's timeline when Wonder Woman 1984 hits cinemas next year. The first trailer for that sequel has finally landed and it's not exactly subtle on the characters we expect to see, including a mysteriously resurrected lover. But, as we learned from the first blockbuster, never take things at face value and, like a well-done teaser, the trailer leaves almost everything open to interpretation.

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Episodes of Rick and Morty, Friends, Big Bang Theory licensing through 2028

Episodes of Rick and Morty, Friends, Big Bang Theory licensing through 2028

If you're looking for episodes of Rick and Morty in the near future, you won't be amongst the unlucky masses with just one option. If you're looking for a show like The Office, for example, you've likely been watching on Netflix for the past few years - but soon you'll have to head elsewhere. The same is true of many Disney TV shows and movies, including Marvel Comics movies and Star Wars movies - all of which are now on Disney+. But Cartoon Network, the folks who run the license show when it comes to Rick and Morty, do not seem to be taking the bait when it comes to the whole "exclusive" deal other networks are attempting to score.

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Fortnite celebrates Batman Day with skins, special challenge

Fortnite celebrates Batman Day with skins, special challenge

You know your brand is huge when it gets its own day in a year. For Star Wars, that's May the Fourth. For Batman, that usually on the third Sunday of September or September 15. This year's Batman Day is, however, very special because it celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Caped Crusader, a.k.a. the Dark Knight. Knowing that many of its gamers may also be comics lovers, Fortnite is getting into the spirit with new Batman-related skins and weapons and, of course, a new map that looks like home for the billionaire crime fighter in dark tights.

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Why 6 Batman video games are free on Epic right now

Why 6 Batman video games are free on Epic right now

Over the past decade a significant number of Batman video games were developed and released - today 6 of the biggest are being given away for free. In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the first appearance of Batman, Epic Games decided they'd go ahead and use their power as a game repository to give several Batman games to anyone who dared download the Epic Games Store. So what's the catch?

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Joker final trailer here: You may not want to watch

Joker final trailer here: You may not want to watch

The final trailer for JOKER was released today with Joaquin Phoenix taking stage in a massive way. The director Director Todd Phillips presents what they're calling "an original, standalone fictional story not seen before on the big screen." Let the conjecture begin.

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DC is killing Vertigo imprint to bring comics under single brand

DC is killing Vertigo imprint to bring comics under single brand

In 1993, DC Comics launched an imprint called Vertigo that got recognition for its more mature and graphic content. Following reports claiming as much, DC Comics has confirmed that it will sunset the imprint in order to bring all of its content under the same brand. Rather than offering this more adult-oriented content under Vertigo, DC will split up its offerings by age groups.

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DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe, the subscription service from DC Entertainment, has cancelled its original show Swamp Thing. The series is one of multiple original shows the digital service offers subscribers, presenting the DC Universe character in its own drama. News of the cancellation surfaced earlier today, but it took some time for official details to arrive.

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First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

If you're not a fan of clowns, probably best not to watch. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming "Joker" movie has been released, and it's a chance to see the initial glimpses of Joaquin Phoenix playing the Gotham City super villain.

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DC Universe will offer full DC digital comics library starting in April

DC Universe will offer full DC digital comics library starting in April

DC Comics has launched a subscription service called DC Universe that allows fans to access TV shows, movies, exclusive merchandise, and more. In an announcement at WonderCon tonight, the company revealed that its subscribers will also get access to the company's huge library of digital comics without any additional costs, providing members will direct access to more than eight decades' worth of single issue comics.

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Stan Lee dead at 95: Here’s a list of all the most important heroes he created

Stan Lee dead at 95: Here’s a list of all the most important heroes he created

Today Stan Lee shuffled off this mortal coil and made his way to Valhalla - or wherever he believed he was headed. He was 95 years young - and rather than focusing on how he died or anything less important, we're going to go right ahead and discuss the massive impact he had on our society. Stan Lee didn't invent the comic book superhero, but he's certainly one of the biggest name in the sport - especially given the recent Marvel Comics dominance of our modern pop culture worldwide.

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