Jessica Jones is BACK and we now know when

 

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She made waves with her solo series and kept everyone captivated throughout the Defenders mini-series. Now the foul-mouthed, whiskey guzzling, superhero private investigator is back for the second go round of her solo series and we have a release date.

In a tweet sent out (see below) the account for the show lets us know the premiere date is March 8, 2018

The 55-second video tease is basically based on “getting back to unfinished business.”  Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.

Ritter is joined by returning cast members Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse) and new cast members Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez, among others.

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We got our first look at “Titans” Robin

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We have out cast set for the upcoming Titans series and now we are getting our first looks at some of the actors in their costumes.

Brenton Thwaites who is set to play Dick Grayson aka Robin is shown above in his uniform.

Titans is scheduled to go 13-episodes in its first season and will premiere in 2018 as part of the launch line-up of DC Entertainment’s untitled streaming platform.

Warner Bros Is Possibly Going To Recast DCEU’s Iris West

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In today’s “Of course Warner Bros Is making a questionable decision” news. Before she even has a chance to debut in the DCEU it seems as if Kiersey Clemons may be looking for a new role.

So reports are beginning to surface suggesting that Warner Bros. is looking to recast the role of Iris West ahead of its seemingly problematic The Flash: Flashpoint film.

Just in case you may have forgotten because of course you haven’t seen her, Actress Kiersey Clemons WAS set to make her debut as Iris West in this year’s Justice League ahead of her appearance in Flashpoint.  Her cameo in the film was ultimately cut, but the sequence did manage to leak online shortly after Justice League hit theaters.

Oh yeah in case you needed another reminder of how much catastrophe is involved with this project there STILL is no director attached to Flashpoint. Also the initial future of this film rested on the overall success of Justice League so who knows what is really going to happen with this film.

Here is where you insert a Kanye shrug.

Another WWE Superstar is coming to the Arrowverse

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Could the scarlet speedster become the victim of a jackhammer? This is a question we will get the answer to because the WWE’s own superhero, Goldberg will be appearing on two upcoming episodes of CW’s The Flash.

The former WWE Universal Champion confirmed this himself via his Twitter.

Goldberg is not the first WWE Superstar to grace the ARROWVERSE. After his Summer Slam encounter with Arrow’s Stephen Smell, Cody Rhodes appeared on the show as the character Stardust (a nod to his WWE persona at the time).

Does this mean that Goldberg will potentially one of the new Metahumans created by the dark matter that struck the bus as part of a grand scheme by The Thinker? Will he be an adversary for Team Flash or Will he be a new barista at Jitters?

Guess we all just have to wait and see.

 

 

Marvel Celebrates 10 years of success with Vanity Fair

Marvel and Vanity Fair have assembled for a photoshoot of epic proportions.

The stars of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe came together to mix and mingle as well as celebrate 10 years of amazing films and to further promote Avengers:Infinity War headed to theaters next year. We are treated to four amazing magazine covers as well as other group pics.

You can read the full article HERE, and check out some more of the amazing photo shoot below.

Some LAW is possibly getting added to “Captain Marvel”

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Update: it is confirmed Jude Law will be playing the role of Mar-Vell

By “LAW” we’re of course talking about the ONE AND ONLY, Jude Law. Variety has dropped some incredible news regarding the actor and Marvel Studios next project.

According to Variety, Jude Law is in negotiations to play the male lead opposite Brie Larson in Marvel’s “Captain Marvel,”.

We already know that Ben Mendelsohn has signed on to play the villain and the film will be directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Geneva Robertson-Dworet is cleaning up the script, which was originally written by Meg LeFauve and Nicole Perlman. What exactly Jude Law’s role will be is currently unknown. All that is known, is the character will be a mentor of sorts to Danvers as she tries to figure out her new powers – is he possibly playing Mar-Vell? We’d love to hear your thoughts, so let us know!images (5)

There will NOT be Aqua-air bubbles in AQUAMAN

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Well this is what we’re being told by Aquaman director James Wan.

So Justice League has hit the theaters and there are mixed reviews all across the board. Matter of fact you can check out ours HERE.   But one thing that seems to be unanimously discussed is the awkward way in which the Atlanteans speak under water.

If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, (spoiler alert)  After Steppenwolf invades Atlantis to retrieve the mother box that is there, he is fended off by Aquaman, Queen Mera and other members of the Atlantean guard. Then here’s where the weirdness happens. Queen Mera proceeds to make a giant air bubble so that her and Aquaman can have a conversation.

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This of course got fans worried that we would see the same thing in the film that based primarily underwater.  Well director  James Wan took to Twitter to put those worries to esse a bit.

Does this help to ease some fears? And are you still excited for the solo Aquaman film?