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The Director Of Venom Doesn't know If It Will Be A PG-13 OR R Rated

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Venom supervisor Ruben Fleischer says he isn't sure if the Spider-Man offshoot movie will eventually obtain a PG-13 or an R rated score. Previous records have recommended the film could be severe enough to land the R, but fans question if Sony will genuinely allow a potential franchise-launching movie to carry a score that will undoubtedly limit its target market. The film is presently projected to blow ticket office records when it launches in October.Followers of Venom, are hoping the flick lands extra in the R rated area. The Spider-Man villain is known for doing some quite gory and also...

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Leaked Shazam Behind The Scene Footage!

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We now have leaked footage from Shazam! It wasn't too long ago many questioned if there would even be a Shazam movie! Now it seems the creators have given the first glimpse this past week with a reveal of a short trailer showing Levi in Shazam! Although this footage may have been intended for San Diego Comic-Con due to the poor clarity of the video, the HD version may be released a few hours online after Comic-Con.One of the first scenes that are revealed is Levi's Shazam as well as Jack Dylan Grazer's Freddy Freeman enjoying their soda in the video....

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The Flash Discovers New Power Beyond The Speed Force

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  The current issue of The Flash has revealed that there are unidentified planetary powers that lie past The Speed Force. The presence of these powers was exposed after Wally West tried to use his powers to breach an opening in The Speed Force, to accidentally break The Force Barrier.This problem of The Flash adds one more fascinating crease to the ever-changing cosmology of The DC Comics Universe. A current concern of the Justice League disclosed the presence of a Still Force that works as an inertia-based equilibrium to The Speed Force, along with an emotional range much like the...

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