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It’s been about 40 days since Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was released and people will not stop talking about it. Even with Golden Globes giving major awards to Moonlight, La La Land, and Manchester by the Sea, the film conversations that I’ve had thus far have all eventually come back to the “dark” Star Wars spin-off. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, as of this weekend, Rogue One has entered the esteemed Billion Dollar Club for movies that have surpassed $1 billion at the global box office. A round of polite golf claps, everyone!
Wonder Woman keeps crushing it at the box office, and last night it set another big milestone! With over $609.8 million worldwide, Patty Jenkins now holds record for the highest-grossing live-action film to be directed by a woman. The previous record was held by Phyllida Lloyd, who directed the 2008 musical Mamma Mia!.
The Justice League Batmobile was photographed being transported… somewhere. It’s hard to say where this photo was taken, but it doesn’t look like London, where Justice League reshoots are currently underway. Perhaps this photo is from Los Angeles, on the way to the WB Studio Tour.
Dark Phoenix, the upcoming X-Men film about the classic Jean Grey storyline, is gonna be even more dazzling than other installments: EW can confirm that mutant pop star Dazzler, who not only can sing and dance but also manipulate light, will appear in Phoenix.
In the photo, seen below, Downey Jr. can be seen wearing a shirt with a round hole in the middle. It didn’t take long for people to notice it and put two and two together: It’s the exact shape of an arc reactor, the electromagnet Tony Stark surgically embedded in his chest to keep him […]
Aquaman Shrine tweeted that Kaan Guldur will be playing a 9 year old Arthur Curry. They also say that Aquaman will reveal character origins and Atlantean history via flashbacks, similar to Geoff Johns New 52 “Aquaman” comic book run.
Benedict Cumberbatch is set to reprise his role as Dr. Stephen Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, and thanks to Scott Derrickson, we now know that the Sanctum Sanctorum will make its return! pic.twitter.com/dSTkEEBBWr — Scott Derrickson (@scottderrickson) June 22, 2017