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It was just within the last year or so that our daughters really discovered and became fans of Teen Titans GO! on Cartoon Network, and for me - a lifelong fan of DC Comics - it's been entertaining to see a new spin on some old characters, along with a bunch of new ones. Now, as much of the DC universe starts to cross-over into live-action film (or television), the Teen Titans are starting to feel a little left out. After all, if Aquaman and Shazam! can get their own films, why not this crew? It's pretty "meta," but that's exactly what they start to question in the teaser trailer for their first big-screen outing, Teen Titans GO! To The Movies, in theaters everywhere from Warner Bros. Pictures on July 27, 2018. Take a look...

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Before we go any further, I feel that I must point out the fact that I'm a massive fan of OCEAN'S ELEVEN (2001) and the 1960 film that inspired it, OCEAN'S 11. Back in 2004, one of my many unusual adventures even found me working on the sequel, OCEAN'S TWELVE for one day, where I played a bartender (cut from the film) pouring drinks for Andy Garcia and his crew. Those films and their look inspired me so much, that I borrowed some of he slick vibe to inform my crime-horror project DEATH WALKS THE STREETS (which has always been intended to be a film series). All that said, the idea of an OCEAN'S sequel or spin-off has long-been intriguing, and now we have one in OCEAN'S 8. Directed by Gary Ross (The Hunger Games), the new film stars Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean, sister of George Clooney's Danny Ocean, alongside a crew that includes Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna and Helena Bonham Carter. Check out the trailer below...

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Back in the late 1980s - right around '88'-'89 or so, I spent a good deal of time trying to escape the "Co-Ops" in the town I was living in at the time, an armpit of America known as Park Forest, Illinois. As part of that escape, I would often walk across the street to the notoriously-troubled outdoor mall to visit the Aladdin's Castle arcade - a bright spot from a then-recent attempt at revitalizing the failing shopping center. It was significantly smaller than the location at the neighboring Lincoln Mall (also a memory), but they had some great games, and one I played often was RAMPAGE. In that game, players could take control of a giant ape, lizard or wolf, climbing buildings, eating people, and just creating general chaos. These creatures were formerly-human, mutated by some bad 80s stuff and hunted by the military. Fast forward three decades, and you wouldn't think they could've made a serious movie out of RAMPAGE, but that's what Warner Bros. just did... and it looks cool. Appropriately, the creatures are also loose in Chicago and throwing down to the music of the Smashing Pumpkins. Check this out...

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We know that SUPERMAN will return in next months much-anticipated JUSTICE LEAGUE. What we don't know is how it will happen, or what form of Superman we'll be seeing, though the new "Heroes" trailer for the film shows just how dark a shadow the "Death of Superman" storyline has cast upon the cinematic world of DC Comics, as Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman come together after realizing that "divided they're not enough." Check out the latest trailer for JUSTICE LEAGUE below!

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We seem to have entered an era where drastic production changes amidst unusual circumstances are becoming commonplace, and the fall's JUSTICE LEAGUE is no exception. With Zack Synder stepping aside to tend to family matters, Joss Whedon is at the helm, and today comes a new look at some iconic heroes as they get ready to fight a major battle. Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg are all here... and did we just get our first hint that Superman returns? Take a look...

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Last year, when I had the chance to meet and sit down with filmmaker Steven Spielberg and actor Mark Rylance during the press launch for Disney's THE BFG, their next collaboration was just days away from filming, and briefly touched-upon as something very special. From Warner Bros. Pictures, READY PLAYER ONE brings Ernest Cline's cult classic book to life for the big screen for a science fiction adventure that manages to include bring together characters and objects from across the pop culture spectrum, marrying them in ways few thought possible. Fresh from San Diego Comic-Con comes the first trailer for READY PLAYER ONE...

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