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    Disney / Warner Bros. Can Superman see through Beskar? As most fans of “Star Wars” are probably aware, the episode of “The Book of Boba Fett,” which dropped on January 26, 2022, was not really about the main character. Viewers of “Fett” were treated to a chapter about a different character who wears the same type of armor as our hero — The Mandalorian. Actor Pedro Pascal reprised his role for an episode of “Fett,” which allowed viewers to learn what happened to the bounty hunter after the end of the final episode of his own show.  Fans also got to see who exactly Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) was talking about in Episode 4 when she told Boba (Temuera Morrison) that she could find him some muscle if he had the credits.  The story involved Mandalorian and the Armorer (Emily Swallow) and Paz Vizsla (Tait Fletcher, and voiced by showrunner Jon Favreau) and how they could possibly restart their ancient order. Mando battled Vizsla for the right of the Darksaber and eventually went back to Tatooine to settle...
    At the end of Zack Snyder’s Justice League – 82% were able to see an epilogue that showed us what the world would be like after Darkseid’s victory. That world was ruled by him and an evil Superman controlled by the Anti-Life Equation, which occurred after the death of a pregnant Lois Lane. That fact made that ending remind more than one fan of the famous DC fighting video game Injustice: Gods Among Us, which was later adapted into comics. You may also like: Batman writer says manga is superior and that Marvel and DC comics are “more of the same” In that story, Superman becomes a dictator after the Joker tricks him to kill a pregnant Lois Lane and detonate a nuclear weapon that kills Metropolis. The similarities to the Snyder Cut are obvious. The director had even said that in his version Lex Luthor was going to sacrifice himself to defeat Darkseid in the third film. The Lex Luthor of Injustice, which is a much more benign version than usual, sacrifices himself to defeat the evil Superman. Needless...
    At the end of Zack Snyder’s Justice League – 82% were able to see an epilogue that showed us what the world would be like after Darkseid’s victory. That world was ruled by him and an evil Superman controlled by the Anti-Life Equation, which occurred after the death of a pregnant Lois Lane. That fact made that ending remind more than one fan of the famous DC fighting video game Injustice: Gods Among Us, which was later adapted into comics. You may also like: Batman writer says manga is superior and that Marvel and DC comics are “more of the same” In that story, Superman becomes a dictator after the Joker tricks him to kill a pregnant Lois Lane and detonate a nuclear weapon that kills Metropolis. The similarities to the Snyder Cut are obvious. The director had even said that in his version Lex Luthor was going to sacrifice himself to defeat Darkseid in the third film. The Lex Luthor of Injustice, which is a much more benign version than usual, sacrifices himself to defeat the evil Superman. Needless...
    Former Superman actor Dean Cain slammed comics giant Marvel for its decision to slate the American Dream in its latest Captain America comic book. Speaking to Fox and Friends on Monday, Cain said he loves Captain America and the concept of the American super-soldier, 'but I m so tired of this wokeness and anti-Americanism.' 'We just celebrated our 245 birthday,' Cain, who donned a red cape in DC's 'Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,' continued. 'In my opinion, America is the greatest country in history,' he said. 'It's not perfect. We are constantly striving for a more perfect union, but I believe she's the most fair, equitable country anyone's ever seen, and that's why people are clamoring to get here from all over the globe.' 'I agree with Sen. Tom Cotton, who was on a couple of days ago,' he said, 'who said that perhaps the captain needs to be demoted to lieutenant, because I think it makes good sense. His comments come in response to a new Captain America comic book, 'The United States of Captain America,' which...
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    Dwayne Johnson has been cast in the Warner Bros. movie "DC League of Super-Pets" and will voice the role of Krypto the Super-Dog. The animated DC film centers on Superman’s dog, who teams up with a flying cat to stop crime while the Man of Steel is on vacation. It’s slated to release in theaters on May 20, 2022. Jared Stern is writing and directing the film, with Sam Levine to co-direct the first-ever feature to star Superman’s best furry friend. Johnson’s co-stars have not been cast yet, but the studio hopes to set an A-list cast to voice the other two- and four-legged heroes and villains in "DC League of Super-Pets."' ‘MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE’ FILMS RANKED Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is set to star in a film that centers on Superman's dog. (Getty) In addition to voicing the main character, Johnson is producing the movie through his company Seven Bucks Productions, along with his partners Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia. Additional producers include Patricia Hicks, Jared Stern. John Requa, Glenn Ficarra and Nicholas Stoller are executive producing the film,...
    THE Witcher star Henry Cavill's secret girlfriend has been revealed as Canadian environmental scientist Danielle Beausoleil. The 37-year-old looked the picture of happiness as he made a rare appearance with his now not-so-mystery woman this week. 17Henry looked loved up as he stepped out with Danielle and his dog He stepped out with Danielle, who describes her interests on social media as "travel and fitness", for the first time on Wednesday. Danielle dressed in all black as she clutched the hand of her actor boyfriend, opting for ripped jeans and a military-style jacket. She paired her look with dark sunglasses and an over-the-shoulder bag, while The Witcher star Henry wore jeans, a jacket and a grey beanie. In keeping with the pandemic, the Superman star opted for a blue face mask, while his girlfriend pulled her black mask under her chin. 17Danielle went for all black for her outing with the hunk 17The couple held hands as they chatted away 17Danielle even had a black face mask to stay within covid guidelines 17Henry's dog...
    Biden moves up deadline to make all adults eligible for vaccine by April 19 Capitol riot defendant alleges beating by jail guards © Mike Marsland/WireImage Regé-Jean Page in 2020. Mike Marsland/WireImage Regé-Jean Page auditioned to play Superman's grandpa in "Krypton," according to THR. But sources told THR that DC exec Geoff Johns nixed the idea of Superman having a Black grandpa. A rep for Johns told Insider he "never said Superman can't have a Black ancestor or be Black." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Regé-Jean Page of "Bridgerton" fame reportedly auditioned for the role of Superman's grandfather on SyFy's show "Krypton" - but a DC executive overseeing the project didn't want a Black man to play the role, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The allegation appeared in a new interview with "Justice League" star Ray Fisher, who last year accused director Joss Whedon of "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behavior on set. Fisher also spoke out about the experiences he said he had with DC executive Geoff Johns. Johns, a comic book writer and screenwriter,...
    Regé-Jean Page in 2020. Mike Marsland/WireImage Regé-Jean Page auditioned to play Superman's grandpa in "Krypton," according to THR. But sources told THR that DC exec Geoff Johns nixed the idea of Superman having a Black grandpa. A rep for Johns told Insider he "never said Superman can't have a Black ancestor or be Black." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Regé-Jean Page of "Bridgerton" fame reportedly auditioned for the role of Superman's grandfather on SyFy's show "Krypton" — but a DC executive overseeing the project didn't want a Black man to play the role, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The allegation appeared in a new interview with "Justice League" star Ray Fisher, who last year accused director Joss Whedon of "gross, abusive, unprofessional, and completely unacceptable" behavior on set. Fisher also spoke out about the experiences he said he had with DC executive Geoff Johns. Johns, a comic book writer and screenwriter, produced films like "Justice League," "Aquaman," and "Birds of Prey."  Johns also oversaw the SyFy series "Krypton," which follows Superman's grandfather, Seg-El, in the decades...
    Amazon shoppers go nuts for these black masks – now they’re at all-time low prices Closer to normality: New York City arenas open doors to elated fans © The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. Tyler Hoechlin returns to The CW with his own Superman show. The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Superman & Lois." In a flashback, Clark Kent wears an early version of the Superman suit in a nod to the comics. Showrunner Todd Helbing and star Tyler Hoechlin spoke about bringing the Easter egg to life. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The two-hour premiere of "Superman & Lois" has a big Easter Egg for fans of the hero. In a flashback montage at the episode's start, Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) is seen during his earlier days as the superhero in a retro suit that's a nod to the character's first comic appearance and to Max Fleischer's Superman cartoons from the '40s. —Supergirl (@TheCWSupergirl) February 24, 2021"There's a classic Action Comics cover with Superman...
    Tyler Hoechlin returns to The CW with his own Superman show. The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Superman & Lois." In a flashback, Clark Kent wears an early version of the Superman suit in a nod to the comics. Showrunner Todd Helbing and star Tyler Hoechlin spoke about bringing the Easter egg to life. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The two-hour premiere of "Superman & Lois" has a big Easter Egg for fans of the hero. In a flashback montage at the episode's start, Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) is seen during his earlier days as the superhero in a retro suit that's a nod to the character's first comic appearance and to Max Fleischer's Superman cartoons from the '40s.  "There's a classic Action Comics cover with Superman saving this green car," showrunner Todd Helbing told Insider during a Television Critics Association panel earlier this month about that moment. "We sort of upgraded the car, made it a little bit more contemporary," Helbing continued. "That was something that...
    More On: what to watch Oliver Stark says this ‘911’ scene was the most ‘chaotic’ Amy Brenneman says the characters in ‘Tell Me Your Secrets’ are enigmatic CBS sitcom ‘Mom,’ starring Allison Janney, to end with Season 8 Murder suspect Thomas Randolph is the ‘Joe Exotic of true crime’ It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Tyler Hoechlin! The “Teen Wolf” star dons the famous red cape to play the latest incarnation of Clark Kent/Superman in the new CW series “Superman & Lois.” “I feel like I understand a lot about Clark and Superman. Obviously not the powers, I wish I knew what it was like to fly — that would be great,” Hoechlin, 33, told The Post.  “But he does the right thing when there’s no reason other than ‘Why not?’ My folks raised us that way. I know you don’t have to do the right thing all the time — but it doesn’t make sense to me why you wouldn’t. That’s something about him that I connect to. And his eternal optimism. “I grew up a romantic,...
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