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Shazam Comic-Con

One thing was immediately clear about Shazam! during the film’s Comic-Con panel: this is a new kind of DC movie. After years of dreary and dark comic book tales, here is a film that is essentially Big meets Superman and the trailer makes it look like a blast. And if the panel is any indication, the film was also a total blast to make.

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aquaman trailer

The Aquaman trailer has finally surfaced, revealing James Wan‘s addition to the sea-changing DCEU. Jason Momoa stars as the half-human/half-Atlantean hero, who gets to swim into the spotlight after splashing around in a supporting role in Justice League. Dive into the Aquaman trailer below.

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Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, and Chris Pine put in a high-energy appearance at Comic-Con to talk up Wonder Woman 1984. The film has only been shooting for three weeks, yet Jenkins and company still managed to blow the roof off Hall H. Read what went down in the Wonder Woman 1984 Comic-Con panel below.

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lego movie 2 comic con

Warner Bros. brought the cast and crew of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part to Comic-Con for a brisk panel, letting the cast riff before showing off new footage. Anyone hoping that the sequel will maintain the anarchic spirit of the first movie will be very pleased by what was on display here.

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Godzilla king of the monsters score

During the Warner Bros presentation at San Diego Comic-Con International, director Michael Dougherty brought the cast of Godzilla: King of the Monsters to Hall H. We got some new details about the new film, including an announcement of the movie’s composer. Keep reading to learn more about the Godzilla King of the Monsters score and other highlights from the panel.

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Unfriended Dark Web review

Picture this: a group of friends get together for their weekly game night. It’s all fun and games until they get entangled in a mess they can’t get out of and their innocent worlds collide with the dark underbelly of crime. If this sounds like the plot of Game Night, then you’re half right, because it’s also what happens in Unfriended: Dark Web (previously titled Unfriended: Game Night). The major difference between the two (and it’s not the fact that only one is a comedy, because Unfriended is pretty funny) is in its form. The film takes place entirely on a laptop screen. In that sense, it’s a sequel in form only to 2014’s Unfriended (there is no haunted dead girl in this one). Read More »

Shazam - Zachary Levi

Warner Bros. has been struggling with the direction of its DC film universe lately, but with the oncoming release of Shazam!,the future looks bright. The studio released the first Shazam trailer during the San Diego Comic-Con panel for the superhero movie starring Zachary Levi, and it suggests we could get a thoroughly entertaining (and funny) DCEU movie.

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Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald Comic-Con

Warner Bros. Pictures kicked off their massive San Diego Comic-Con panel in Hall H by returning to the wizarding world with Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Not only did a new trailer play during the panel, but cast members Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogel, Alison Sudol, Ezra Miller, Zoe Kravitz, Claudia Kim, Callum Turner, and Jude Law were on hand. But it’s the special guest who popped up during the middle of the panel that really made waves and kinda creeped everyone out.

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The Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer is here to remind us that we are but insignificant humans compared to the towering monsters that will battle it out for dominion of our planet. The Godzilla sequel sees the reptilian kaiju square up against other classic kaiju monsters, and now there’s a trailer released in conjunction with the film’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con. See the first official Godzilla King of the Monsters trailer below.

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AMC’s The Walking Dead has been on the air for nearly a decade, but it’s ready to become a whole new show in season 9. Following in the footsteps of the comic that inspired it, the newest storyline is something of a soft reboot, a new foundation on which to give the entire series a new coat of paint. A jump forward in time will take the characters to a new place. A new showrunner will guide the whole thing. And it’ll all have to happen without Rick Grimes, as Andrew Lincoln has confirmed that he’s leaving the series.

It was a bittersweet Comic-Con panel for The Walking Dead fans: the show is setting itself up to continue for a long, long time, but it’s leaving behind its leading man. Here’s what you need to know.

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