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DC's Fandome show was a huge success, with the superhero studio revealing new trailers and footage for Wonder Woman 1984The Snyder Cut of Justice LeagueThe Batman and The Suicide Squad, as well as various videogames looking to expand the heroes that the feature films will focus on. The Suicide Squad looks to be about as James Gunn as you’d hope, while The Snyder Cut looks to honour the tone of the director’s other DC entries, for better or worse, as just two examples. 

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An American Pickle is the latest comedy to hit theatres, led by Seth Rogen in a double role. Yes, pickling is not a metaphor: Seth Rogen plays a labourer in the 1920s who gets inadvertently pickled and awoken in the present day, only to meet his future descendent, also played by Seth Rogen. Excited to see if this oddball comedy plays out like Charlie Kaufman’s equally weird Adaptation. It’ll be released exclusively on HBO Max. Click here for the trailer.

Latest Trailer

The Batman is no longer a ‘will it/won’t it’ – Matt Reeves’ film has a trailer and it looks to capture the dark, twisted nature of Gotham perfectly. Starring Robert Pattinson as a younger, emotionally tumultuous Bruce Wayne, it’ll match the billionaire with the psychotic Riddler, played by Paul Dano. With a crazy cast that also includes Andy Serkis, Jeffrey Wright, Colin Farrell and Zoe Kravitz, the bat symbol will flash onto screens next year. Click here for the trailer

What to Stream

Another year, there’s another Arthurian adaptation. But, while it’s a cliché to say this has a twist, it really does: Cursed focuses on the Lady of the Lake, Nimue (Katherine Langford), famous for bestowing the sword Excalibur upon King Arthur. With a new, female perspective, but with all of the familiar faces from the legend (Merlin, Lancelot, Morgana, King Uther) and you’ve got a new Netflix show that will seek to capitalise on the medieval success of The WitcherClick here for the trailer

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