Weekly Snap No. 20! DC Fandome, The Rock rapping, and more!

Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Snap! I know I’ve been slacking with my newsletter, but I’m back on the grind! And what news do we have to cover! So, let’s go!



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DC Fandome

DC fans, the wait is finally over, as we’re treated with trailers from movies, such as The Batman, The Flash, Black Adam, and Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom and tv shows including Peacemaker, Naomi, Young Justice Phantoms, even new video game titles like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights! Combined with multiple comic book titles incoming, it’s a good time to be a DC fan!



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The Rock…as a Rapper?!

Apparently, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has won in the game of life. Former WWE star, actor and action hero, tequila maker, and now rapper! Teaming up with artists Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, and King Iso, they made a song called “Face Off”, and it’s actually hittin! Who knew that The Most Electrifying Man in Entertainment had bars like that?!



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New Scream Trailer

Halloween is almost upon us, and while we all have our favorite horror/slasher movies, Ghostface is making a resurgence! Scream is back, with the original cast including Neve Campbell, Cortney Cox and David Arquette facing off against yet another copycat killer! While I vaguely remember the last Scream film, it’s nice to see horror “heroes” make a comeback in today’s society. Chucky has a tv show, Michael Myers is in theaters again, Candyman made sure to remember his name (like we’d ever forget.) All we need now is a new Wishmaster movie, and we’re in business!



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See you, Space Cowboy…

In anticipation of Netflix’s adaptation of the live-action version of Cowboy Bebop, all the original episodes of the classic anime will be on the streaming service on October 21st! While some skepticism is still being held, especially with Hollywood’s track record of anime adaptations (Dragonball Evolution, anyone?), hopefully, Netflix can get this right!



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Delayed Marvel films!

Well, on the Marvel side of things, all 2022 films have been pushed back to later dates! From Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and The Marvels, fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have to wait a little longer.

That’s it for now, fam! Be sure to like and share this if you can, and till next time fellow blerds!

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