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‘Batman: The Killing Joke’ Coming to Select Movie Theaters July 25

 The dark journey into insanity begins as “Batman: The Killing Joke” gets the big-screen treatment for one night on Monday, July 25, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. local time. Fathom Events, in partnership with Warner Bros., is teaming up with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and …

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Warner Unveils ‘Suicide Squad’ Licensing

This summer, Super-Villains will take over in the highly anticipated big screen action adventure Suicide Squad, marking the theatrical debut of some of the most beloved bad guys in the DC Universe, including Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Katana and Enchantress, and bringing back to the big screen one of the …

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Starz Renews ‘Outlander’ For Books Three and Four

Starz Chief Executive Officer Chris Albrecht announced the network has ordered “Book Three” and “Book Four” for the Golden Globe-nominated STARZ Original series “Outlander,” the critically-acclaimed original series executive produced by Ronald D. Moore and adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s international bestselling books. Once again partnering with Sony Pictures Television, this …

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Batman: The Killing Joke To Premiere At Comic Con

Continuing a decade-long tradition, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will host the World Premiere of its latest DC Universe Original Movie – this time, the highly anticipated Batman: The Killing Joke – on the Friday night (July 22, 2016) of Comic-Con International in San Diego. The premiere will spotlight the …

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Turtles Tops X-men To Win Weak Weekend

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows easily won the North American box-office race over the weekend even as it became the latest Hollywood sequel to come in well behind its predecessor. The film topped the chart with $35.3 million, more than 46 percent behind the 2014 reboot. In August of …

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Salt Lake Comic Con Takes 50% Stake in Salt Lake Gaming Con

Salt Lake Comic Con announced that they have acquired a 50 percent ownership stake in Salt Lake Gaming Con. Salt Lake Gaming Con is one of the top 10 gaming conventions in the United States, with its inaugural three-day event drawing more than 15,000 gamers. Salt Lake Gaming Con features video games, …

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‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Conquers Box Office

Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse easily won the Memorial Day box-office race, devouring the family-friendly Alice Through the Looking Glass. Apocalypse grossed $65.3 million for the three-day weekend, putting its four-day holiday gross at an estimated $80 million from 4,150 theaters, 30 percent behind Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past ($110 million). The top 12 films of the …

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EPIX Reimagines Elmore Leonard’s Crafty Novel ‘Get Shorty’ for Television

EPIX announced it will go into production on Get Shorty from MGM Television. Created and executive produced by Davey Holmes (“Shameless,” “In Treatment,” “Damages”), the one hour drama series is a reimagining of Elmore Leonard’s 1990 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name. Production on the series is anticipated to begin this fall and air …

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Dystopian Masterwork ‘Devolution’ Collected In Trade Paperback

In January of 2016, Dynamite Entertainment introduced Devolution, an original series from Rick Remender, the acclaimed writer of Black Science, Low, and Deadly Class, pairing him with the dynamic art stylings of Jonathan Wayshak. Now, the brutal miniseries that captured the fascinated attention of fans and critics alike is collected with plenty of time to …

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To Stop a Murder, Would You Become a Murderer?

Dark Horse Comics announces the latest original graphic novel from Mike Richardson (Father’s Day, 47 Ronin) and Gabriel Guzmán (Father’s Day, Lady Death): Echoes. Troubled pilot Fred Martin is caught in a bizarre storm and loses control of his aircraft. Martin awakens unharmed, only to discover that he is thirty years …

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