Asher Angel to Portray Billy Batson in DC’s ‘Shazam

Variety has reported that Asher Angel will be portraying Billy Batson in DC’s Shazam. For those unaware, Billy Batson is the alter ego of Shazam. By calling out the word “Shazam!”, lightning strikes him changing him into the Earth’s Mightest Mortal. Asher Angel will be playing opposite Zachary Levi who will play Shazam himself It has also been revealed that Mark Strong is currently in talks to playing the role of the film’s antagonist, Dr. Sivana, and Grace Fulton will be portraying one of Billy Batson’s friends. The film is directed by David F. Sandberg with the screenplay by Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke. The film is produced…

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The Drop Episode 12: Justice League Arcade Edition

First off, Fighter xaos would like to apologize for lowering the quality of this video, as he had to lower the quality to give himself time to work on another video and his web-comic. Now, in this week’s The Drop, Fighter xaos talks about Street Fighter V’s new Arcade Edition. Then he gets into various gaming news including Playstation’s new leadership. Fighter Xaos finishes things with his thoughts on the one hour Dragon Ball Super special that was about the fight between Jiren and Goku.   Follow Me Here: FIGHTER…

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Joss Whedon Nearing Deal For Batgirl Standalone Film

What’s going on Heroes? We have some movie news coming from Variety. They’re reporting that Joss Whedon is nearing a deal with Warner Bros to direct, write, and produce a Batgirl standalone film for the DC Extended Universe.  Outside of that information, there’s not much else to go off of right now.  I would love nothing more than a Batgirl of Burnside standalone film. I mean Batgirl is one of the few characters from DC Comics who’s stories are lighthearted and should be more of an all ages sort of film.…

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Patrick Wilson Cast as Ocean Master in Aquaman Film

Yesterday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Patrick Wilson will be playing Arthur Curry’s brother, Ocean Master/Orm Curry, in the standalone Aquaman film. For those who aren’t familiar with his previous work, Patrick Wilson portrayed Nite Owl in the 2009 live action adaptation of the Watchmen. He will star alongside Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Amber Heard (Mera). The film is set to premiere in theaters on October 5, 2018. Source: The Hollywood Reporter 

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