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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Jan 11, 2018

Darkest Dungeon comes to Switch Jan 18.

Snowpiercer TV series coming to TNT.

Currently Reading Paul of Dune (Dune Universe Book 11).

Venom first look at Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock.

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The X-Files brought a dead character back.

Mario Tennis Aces coming to Switch.

Review – the animated Game of Thrones ‘Conquest & Rebellion’ covers Westeros.

Will there be singing in the Hellboy reboot?

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Nov 20, 2017

Details in the Kylo Ren vs. Rey match in The Last Jedi.

Star Trek: Discovery will reconcile with canon.

Minecraft super duper graphics pack delayed. 

Review: Doomsday Clock #1 comic.

Here’s every Justice League trailer scene that wasn’t in the actual movie. 

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Ant Man & The Wasp wraps production.

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Matt Reeves Bails On Batman

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What’s going on? Nerds everywhere are going to be in a tizzy!

“In a shocking turn of events, The Hollywood Reporter is telling us tonight that roughly a week after signing on to helm The Batman for Warner Bros., Matt Reeves has now departed the project. No reason was given for his exit, but the outlet notes that talks could potentially resume once “when heads cool.” Despite that, this doesn’t sound very promising and it seems that the studio is, once again, left without a director.

Making this even more surprising is the fact that just this morning, we had heard that Reeves had potentially signed on for more than one DC Extended Universe film and was getting quite involved in things. What exactly’s going on behind the scenes is hard to say at the moment, but it all paints a pretty worrying picture for both The Batman and the studio’s cinematic universe as a whole. From what we’ve heard, Warner Bros. will still make the film no matter what, but it seems like they’ll need to find someone else to helm it, after both Affleck and now Reeves have departed the director’s chair.”
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