The Lego Batman Movie trailer

For this year’s Hall H panel, Warner Bros. brought along not one but two Batmen. There was Ben Affleck for the Justice League presentation, of course — and then there was Will Arnett for The Lego Batman Movie. Arnett and director Chris McKay brought some new The Lego Batman Movie footage and took a few minutes to answer some questions about the movie.

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King Arthur

Sadly, director Guy Ritchie didn’t attend Comic-Con this year to promote a Man From U.N.C.L.E. 2. We’re not going to see that sequel anytime soon (or ever…), but Ritchie is currently hard at work on King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Today, the first trailer for the fantasy film debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. Since Ritchie was preoccupied, only Charle Hunnam (Pacific Rim) was present to discuss the movie, which he described as possessing a “magical realism” quality.

Below, watch the King Arthur: Legend of the Sword trailer.

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Kong Skull Island Teaser Trailer

The development of Kong Skull Island has been a staple of Comic-Con for a couple years now. The project was first announced as a surprise back in 2014, and now the film is coming to theaters next spring. Now here we are, two years later, and Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have unveiled the official teaser trailer, showing off the new version of the giant ape in all his glory.

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jutice league comic con
When Warner Bros announced their Hall H line-up for San Diego Comic Con International 2016, Justice League was mysteriously absent. So its not shocking that Zack Snyder brought his still-in-production film to San Diego — its more like an expected surprise. They revealed a new piece of Justice League concept art, giving you a better look at the Aquaman and Flash costumes. We also got a sizzle reel, which you can watch below.
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Planet Hulk Movie

Every year at San Diego Comic Con International, Marvel reveals new props and costumes from upcoming films and tv shows at their booth not he show floor throughout the convention. On Saturday morning, Marvel revealed The Incredible Hulk gladiator armor from Thor: Ragnarok. Hit the jump to see a first look.

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Justice League Action

Cartoon Network’s new DC animated series Justice League Action will feature two 11-minute standalone adventures per episode. We interviewed producers of the show at Comic-Con, who told us they have so far used 152 DC characters, including 60 different heroes and 40 different villains. That allows them to include some of the more niche characters along with the big names.

“Constantine, he is in quite a few early episodes, and Space Cabby is a fresh one,” said Butch Lukic. “He’s definitely a character that DC wanted involved in the series and it turned out to be a good choice. We definitely can go a lot of places with Space Cabby. Patton Oswalt is playing Space Cabby so that’s great.”  Read More »

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American Gods TV series

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Here’s our first look at Emily Browning in American Gods.
  • Neil Gaiman and Michael ReavesInterworld is heading to TV.
  • Black Sails will conclude with its fourth season.
  • Salem season 3 reveals a new trailer.
  • Take your first extended look at The Strain season 3.

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Why Sansa Didn't Tell Jon (Game of Thrones)

Season 6’s “Battle of the Bastards” was unquestionably one of the most thrilling hours Game of Thrones has ever done, tense and tragic and action-packed, with a dramatic last-minute twist to boot. But it also opened up some questions that still have fans scratching their head — mainly, why Sansa opted to withhold a certain crucial bit of information from a trusted ally.

At the Game of Thrones Comic-Con panel today, actress Sophie Turner finally offered her take on Sansa’s actions — as well as some intriguing speculation about what’s next for the Starks. Major spoilers for the most recent season follow.  Read More »

deadly class tv show

I always hesitate just a little bit when I open a new issue of writer Rick Remender and artist Wes Craig‘s Deadly Class. Not because I don’t want to read it (it’s one of the best comics on the stands at the moment), but because it so emotionally and viscerally harrowing that I have to steel myself. I mean it as a compliment when I say that this series leaves me drained and exhausted and glad that new chapters only arrive once a month.

And now, this ongoing story of ’80s high school angst set in a secret academy that trains young people how to be deadly assassins is being made into a television show.

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