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New “Star Wars: Rogue One” trailer drops

As if you hadn’t already seen it a ba-jillion times, here it is again, the latest trailer for “Star Wars: Rogue One.”

I’m sure the man-babies will insist that Lucasfilm and Disney are destroying their childhood by having a woman be the leader of a major rebellion. Continue Reading →

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Jason Bourne returns in “The Bourne Redundancy”

Now let me say first that I’m a major fan of Matt Damon and his “Jason Bourne” movies. But the above title is a direct quote from Damon himself.

While doing publicity for “The Bourne Ultimatum,” an interviewer asked if he’d do another “Bourne” movie. He said, “You’d have to call it ‘The Bourne Redundancy’ at this point.” Why? Because there wasn’t much more you could do with the character in the context of his amnesia.

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First look – the CW’s new Superman

Check out Tyler Hoechlin as Superman. He’s entering the CW’s DC Comics universe this October as part of the “Supergirl” show.

We’ve had touches of Sups via emails and references by Jimmy Olsen, but we’ve only see him in shadow or silhouette. Full blown reveal now.  Continue Reading →

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Wonder Woman Comic-Con trailer

In case you missed it or just want to see it over and over,here’s the “Wonder Woman” trailer from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. It looks MUCH better than anything Zack Snyder’s handed us for DC Comics movies.

And it appears these folks, led by director Patty Jenkins, know how to handle a strong female character (throwing shade at you folks on “The Killing Joke”).

“Wonder Woman” stars Gal Gadot as the titular heroine and hits theaters in June of next year.

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Netflix – Titles leaving in August 2016

Thanks to our friends at The Mary Sue, here’s the list of titles leaving Netflix this August.

Follow the “Continue Reading” below to get the lists and notices of some titles to catch before they’re gone.

Check back tomorrow to get the list of titles coming in August.

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