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On August 2, 2022 Warner Bros. Discovery announced that the nearly completed Batgirl would not be coming to HBOMax as intended.

The decision to not release Batgirl reflects our leadership’s strategic shift as it relates to the DC universe and HBO Max. Leslie Grace is an incredibly talented actor and this decision is not a reflection of her performance,” said a Spokesperson from Warner Bros. Pictures.

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Available on Blu-Ray, DVD and On Demand 6/21

Kate Dolan’s 2021 feature debut, You Are Not My Mother is a female-centered Irish folk horror movie starring lonely, studious Char as she struggles with her mom’s battle with depression and subsequent replacement by the fae.

The film is centered around the European myth of ‘the Changeling child’, where a faerie creature swaps a young human child with one from their world.

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Everyone You Love Is in Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up"

A film about the end of the world? It's hitting a little too close to home right now

Literally everyone

If Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio warned you the world was ending, would you listen?

Considering the fact that Leo has been crusading about the environment for years — okay, Climate Crisis King — between switching out his various 20-year old girlfriends and not much has changed, the answer is probably no.

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Did the Tampa Police Department Even Watch "Minority Report"?

The New Tampa PD initiative is startlingly similar to the dystopian film.

Turns out we're in the "Minority Report" timeline!

So what was it all for?

Why did we all have to squint through the dimly lit cinematography of Minority Report, watching Tom Cruise get his eyes gouged out and being forced to root for a cop, if we, as a society, weren't going to learn the one lesson it was trying to teach us: that you can't predict crime.

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We'll Watch Michaela Coel in Anything

We couldn't have dreamed up a better combination than "Black Panther" and Michaela Coel.

Michaela Coel at the Black Panther premiere ... foreshadowing?

As if we weren't already waiting at the edge of our seats for the Black Panther sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the news that Michaela Coel has been cast has just sparked a new wave of excitement.

The British actress is acclaimed for her diverse array of talents, from writing and directing to showrunning and producing and, of course, acting. She has shown off her comedic chops in her hit series, Chewing Gum, as well as her talents for drama in the incredible, heartbreakingly revelatory I May Destroy You and has made forays into the sci-fi and fantasy genres with projects like Black Earth Rising and Black Mirror.

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