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Ray Fisher’s Walter Hamada Vow Might Mean No More Cyborg in DCEU

We want to come right out and say that we support Ray Fisher, and applaud his continual refusal to step back from the very public “Justice League” situation. If you’ll recall, Fisher (who plays DC Comics character Cyborg) brought up some very serious allegations against Zack Snyder‘s replacement director Joss Whedon, urging Warner Bros. Pictures […]

Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” Gets New Trailer for HBO Max Release

Today during Warner Bros. Pictures Hall of Heroes Fandome experience, we were treated to numerous trailers, first look images, and long-awaited confirmations of things we’ve been itching to know. One of the most anticipated things was the Snyder Cut trailer for HBO Max’s exclusive “Justice League” director’s cut which will hit the streaming service sometime […]

Joss Whedon Gives Comic Closure to Buffy

According SYFY Wire, Joss Whedon talked about giving Comic closure as Fox takes Buffy and Firefly licenses from Dark Horse. With Buffy make a return to the supernatural world by slaying vampires. The reason Joss Whedon wanted to come back to comics is because it was going to be the end. Whether he wrote an […]

New ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Not a Remake of the Classic

With the news of a new Buffy being released comes all the overwhelming responses along with it. We have the classic purists with the sentiment that it shouldn’t be touched at all. To match we have fans who have been waiting since 2003 to get their hands on more. In between we have those concerned about […]

Joss Whedon is Developing a New ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ TV Series

A TV reboot of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” is in development at 20th Century Fox Television, Variety has confirmed. Variety reports that the original series creator Joss Whedon is onboard to executive produce, with writer Monica Owusu-Breen attached to write the script. The rebooted series will see a black actress take over the title role, which was played in the series […]

Nerdbot Movie Review: Justice League

After twenty months of wondering if Warner Brothers will ever redeem themselves for the shortcomings of Batman v Superman. Twenty months of articles on Twitter speculating Ben Affleck’s involvement in the DC Extended Universe. Twenty months of waiting on the latest trailer. Rumors. Uncertainty. Headlines. A grieving director, whose loss changed the course of his […]