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Warner Bros DC cinematic universe has been off to rough start. With the exception of Wonder Woman, the films have not translated into major successes for the studio. Justice League only opened with $92 million well short of expectations. Though many have speculated that the studio would halt some of there plans for their DC films, it seems that DC is moving along according to plan.

Today at Comic-Con Experience 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Warner Bros. revealed its upcoming movies coming from DC Films. The studio started with showing the title card for the sequel to Wonder Woman.  They followed it up with an unexpected for title card for a Justice League Dark movie, based on the Justice League team that deals with the mystical foes. The studio also along with title cards for Suicide Squad 2, Joss Whedon’s Batgirl movie, ShazamGreen Lantern Corps and The Batman.

The title card for Flashpoint was shown, indicating that DC Films is moving forward with plans to turn The Flash film into an event.

What is missing from the list is previously announced Cyborg solo movie, a Justice League follow-up film or a sequel to Man of Steel. Rumored films such as Gotham City Sirens, the Deadshot solo movie and the Harley Quinn solo movie and a Harley Quinn and Joker team-up movie are also not on the list. There was also no mention of the studio’s solo Black Adam movie with Dwayne Johnson or a rumored Deathstroke solo movie.

The official list of movie’s that were announced:

  • Aquaman
  • Shazam
  • Suicide Squad 2
  • The Batman
  • Justice League Dark
  • Batgirl
  • Green Lantern Corps
  • The Flash: Flashpoint
  • Wonder Woman: Untitled

Aquaman starring Jason Momoa will be the studios only DC movie released in 2018.

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Netflix Cancels Luke Cage Series

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It looks like Luke Cage is the latest Marvel Hero to get canceled.

Netflix announced they would be canceling the series just a week after canceling Iron Fist. “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” Marvel and the streaming service said on Friday. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.”

The second season had Luke Cage embracing his fame after the events of Defenders until Bushmaster played by Mustafia Shakir shows up to claim Harlem. Bushmaster wanted control of Harlem’s gangs, something that not only puts him on Luke’s to-punch list, but also in the crosshairs of Mariah (Alfre Woodard,) who has consolidated her control of Harlem and isn’t interested in interlopers. Fortunately, Luke isn’t without backup, as Misty Knight (Simone Missick) has a bright shiny new robot arm to beat up goons with.

Luke Cage was one of the best shows on Netflix, its sad day that creative difference between the higher-ups means no show for the fans.

VIA: Deadline

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Don Cheadle Stars In New Showtime Comedy ‘Black Monday’

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Showtime released the official trailer for their limited dark comedy series, Black Monday.

Created by David Caspe (Happy Endings) and Jordan Cahan (My Best Friend’s Girl), who will serve as executive producers and showrunners, Black Monday also boasts Emmy nominees Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Preacher, Superbad, Future Man) as executive producers; they also directed the pilot.

“It’s the story of how a group of outsiders took on the blue-blood, old-boys club of Wall Street and ended up crashing the world’s largest financial system, a Lamborghini limousine and the glass ceiling.”

Cheadle plays a fast-talking, cocaine-toting stockbroker who declares in the trailer, “I am black Moses and I am going to put the ‘brother’ in Lehman Brothers,” while Rannells’ character declares, “I’m gonna become the biggest swinging dick on Wall Street.”

The trailer, soundtracked by Lil Wayne’s “Uproar,” captures the excess that comes with a healthy market and the dramatic fall from financial grace that arrived on Black Monday. The series’ pilot, directed by Rogen and Goldberg, premieres on Showtime on January 20th.

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Quavo Wrote A New Track For Lebron Staples Center Debut

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Lebron James is embracing the star treatment he is getting with the Lakers. Now James will have his own theme song.

Quavo who wrote a song specifically to commemorate the King’s first home game as a Los Angeles Laker. It will debut Saturday at 7:30 PM PST/10:30 PM EST on ESPN, during the Lakers’ home opener against the Houston Rockets.

James and the Lakers will take on the Houston Rockets this Saturday, October 20 at Staples Center. ESPN has linked up with Quality Control to produce music different high-profile games this season. The Migos’ DJ, DJ Durel, will be producing each of the songs along the way.

Listen to the preview below via HHNM.

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