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Live action Batman drama puts Gotham Police on HBO Max

Live action Batman drama puts Gotham Police on HBO Max

The Robert Pattinson "The Batman" movie is still scheduled for October 2021, so it's not out yet. But it already has a spin-off. The show doesn't yet have a title, but it'll focus on the Gotham Police Department. It'll expand on the story told by the movie The Batman after* it's released on October 1, 2021.

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Spotify will soon offer exclusive DC Comics podcasts from Warner Bros

Spotify will soon offer exclusive DC Comics podcasts from Warner Bros

Spotify is the latest company to ink a deal for exclusive superhero podcasts. The announcement was made on Thursday, with Spotify saying that Warner Bros. will release exclusive Spotify podcasts based on characters from the DC Comics universe. The multiyear deal will cover narrative, scripted podcasts, according to Spotify, which says this is the first partnership that involves the full DC Universe IP roster.

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Someone at AT&T thought these DC HBO Max comic books were a good idea

Someone at AT&T thought these DC HBO Max comic books were a good idea

Here's something new for the "things nobody asked for and would never want anyway" pile: DC and WarnerMedia have teamed up to make a new comic series promoting HBO Max. Corporate team ups like this are nothing new, and indeed, Warner has been doing its best to position HBO Max as the hottest streaming service around, but we can't help but wonder if maybe HBO's marketing teams should focus on giving these ideas a little more time in the oven.

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The CW’s Batwoman will replace Ruby Rose’s character with new lead

The CW’s Batwoman will replace Ruby Rose’s character with new lead

In mid-May, the CW made a surprising announcement: Ruby Rose, the actress who played Kate Kane in its new Batwoman TV show, has exited the series after its first season. The show will go on without Rose, but fans have been concerned over how the change will be handled. We've been anticipating a recast of the main role, but it turns out the Kane won't be returning at all.

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Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

It would appear that Zack Snyder's version of the movie Justice League will finally see the light of day. Announced today by Warner Bros. Pictures and Warner Media, #ReleaseTheSnyderCut will be released in the year 2021, in full. Snyder made the news public this morning during a live commentary of the Superman movie Man of Steel.

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The CW’s Batwoman to recast role after star Ruby Rose’s surprise exit

The CW’s Batwoman to recast role after star Ruby Rose’s surprise exit

In a surprising turn of events, the CW will recast the starring role in its Batwoman series. Lead actress Ruby Rose has made the decision to exit the show after its first season, which was cut slightly short due to a production halt over the coronavirus pandemic. Rose's exit from the show has been confirmed by the actress, but she hasn't stated her reasons for deciding to leave.

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The Batman movie bumped to late 2021 over pandemic delays

The Batman movie bumped to late 2021 over pandemic delays

The latest installment in DC's Batman movie franchise has had its theatrical premiere date bumped to late 2021 over delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The theatrical film is simply titled The Batman and it stars Robert Pattison in its lead role as Bruce Wayne. The team behind the movie managed to shoot around one-quarter of the footage before production was paused.

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DC Comics will resume comic book shipments after four long weeks

DC Comics will resume comic book shipments after four long weeks

DC Comics has announced that following a 'break' from distributing new comic books, it plans to get new titles out to retail stores around the world, giving fans access to new stories. The revelation comes alongside an update from Diamond Comic Distributors, which announced that it will resume the distribution of new comics by the end of next month. Competitor Marvel Comics has faced similar changes.

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The Batman 2020’s Batmobile is straight outta Mad Max!

The Batman 2020’s Batmobile is straight outta Mad Max!

The next Batmobile was revealed today by Matt Reeves in a series of photos from front, back, and left side. This is the closest we've gotten to The Batman so far, besides details on who'll be in the cast. The only other real look we've gotten at The Batman so far is a teaser trailer with a glimpse of the Batsuit - with nothing too particularly amazing going on in bit of action.

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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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