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It's finally here!
Warner Bros have given us numerous reboots of Batman and Superman over the years with, let's say mixed results.
Well, it looks like in 2017, Wonder Woman is going to show the boys how it's done!
We have no idea why execs didn't think a movie about the most iconic female superhero would sell *cough*sexism*cough* but if this AMAZING San Diego Comic-Con footage is anything to go on, it's going to be THE event movie of next year!
But we'll let the lethal lady speak for herself. Watch the action-packed first trailer (below)!
What should have just been another horror film as The Woods has turned full on into a sequel of The Blair Witch Project, and it debuted in its new brand late Friday night at Comic-Con in San Diego!
The trailer (which you can see above) depicts four young people going off into the woods in Burkittsville, Maryland — after one of the four, James (played by James Allen McCune) thinks he sees his sister (who disappeared in the woods in the very first Blair Witch movie back in 1999) in a YouTube video.
The trailer is really well done and it makes the flick look at once spooky, creepy, and jump out of your seat scary! Definitely an upgrade from the original film that's now 17 years old!
You can see the full thing on September 16, when Blair Witch hits theaters.
What do U think of the trailer?! Let us know in the comments (below)!
Comic-Con gets all the good stuff!
The San Diego audiences were the very first in the world to see the trailer for Kong: Skull Island, which isn't opening until March 17, 2017 — and now that we've seen it, it looks AH-Mazing!!!
The amazing trailer (above), really showcasing the Apocalypse Now-style flick, makes it so we absolutely can't wait to see Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and so many more starts do their thing among the apes!
Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, this movie trailer is really giving off a '70s vibe, and being set in the jungle, its war movie-kind of feel really has us going. Love it!!
What did U think of the trailer?!
Let us know in the comments (below)!
Rihanna better start practicing her shower scene scream!
On Friday, the superstar singer revealed in a video message at Comic-Con that she'll be joining Bates Motel for its fifth and final season!
Dying to know who the performer will be playing on the hit A&E show?!
Well, Perezcious readers, it turns out the 28-year-old will be portraying Alfred Hitchcock's classic character from Psycho, Marion Crane!
That's right! RiRi's taking on the role from THAT iconic shower scene! The gorgeous gal announced:
"Hello, Comic-Con! It's your girl, RiRi! Let me tell you what a bad b*tch is about to do. I'm about to check into the Bates Motel very soon. And guess what else. Guess who's playing Marion!"
"Yes, so all you Comic-Con fans, all you Bates Motel fans, stay tuned!"
Ch-ch-check out her full video reveal (below)!
TWD meets SDCC!
That's because the hit AMC TV show just made amends with their biggest fans at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday by showing the very first trailer for Season Seven!
First, the 3-minute sneak peek teases — but doesn't reveal the deadly fate of our heroes in peril. Instead, it focuses mainly on what's going to happen with the Saviors and the Kingdom once Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) makes his pick!
But that's not all — we also get a brand-new look at
Fans will be gifted with one EPIC family reunion next season on The Big Bang Theory!
Showrunner Steve Molaro revealed at CBS's Comic-Con panel that the hit sitcom will finally introduce Penny's mother and brother — and they will both be played by TV veterans.
This casting marks an on-screen reunion for Sagal and Cuoco — as the two costarred as a mother and daughter in the 2002
She's got bigger fish to fry.
Disney's Moana is the story of the titular 16-year-old girl, voiced by Hawaiian newcomer Auli'i Cravalho, who goes on an adventure to find a banished demi god Maui (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) to save the world!
During Disney's panel at San Diego Comic-Con, directors John Musker and Ron Clements revealed that the Polynesian princess will not have a love interest in this story.
The Little Mermaid filmmakers noted that this is a film about the heroine finding herself — and while she won't have a romance with a prince, Moana has a magical relationship with the sea.
With recent Disney hits like Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph centering around themes about friendship and self-acceptance, we think this idea will really pay off for modern audiences.
Sure, there's so much more for children to take away in movies aside from finding their true love — but we can never forget our favorite couples from Disney classics!
Vote for YOUR favorite Disney romantic pairings (below) and catch a romance-less Moana in theaters November 23!