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Robert Knepper to stay on iZombie, despite multiple past accusations of assault

The CW has announced that it’s concluded its investigation into the behavior of iZombie co-star Robert Knepper—who’s been accused of sexual assault by five different women—and ruled that there’s “no evidence” that he’s done anything wrong during his time on the series. Correspondingly, the network has announced that…

Real-life Conjuring guy was possessed by desire for young girl, gross report says

There’s a whole lot of God in the Conjuring franchise, and not just because it’s about a demon-hunting couple that shouts things like, “In the power of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, I condemn you back to hell!” No, Ed and Lorraine Warren—the real-life couple whose experiences inspired the films—were true-believer…

It is on track to become one of the most successful horror movies ever

Whatever force—depression, weather, online review aggregators—that’s been taking a bite out of this summer’s box office receipts appears to have been repelled by the power of scary clowns; Deadline reports that Andy Muschietti’s Stephen King adaptation It is on track to have one of the most successful opening weekends…

The gang’s all here, lookin’ kinda creepy in the latest Justice League poster

We’re just a few minutes out from Warner Bros.’ live-action movie panel at Comic-Con, which is likely to be stuffed to the filling point with new teasers and promos for the studio’s upcoming superhero tentpole, Justice League. Presumably hoping to whet fans’ whistles for any big announcements, the studio has just…

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It’s Rumor Time: Is Warner Bros. trying to retire Ben Affleck’s Batman?

Given that it’s a team-up between one of the world’s most popular actors, and one of its most beloved superheroes, Warner Bros.’ Ben Affleck/Batman sub-franchise has gotten off to a shockingly rocky start. Although Affleck seemed comfortable enough in the part in Batman V. Superman—and even agreed to some light cameo…

Rumors of Gal Gadot getting screwed over on Wonder Woman have been overstated

Given that the Hollywood gender wage gap—i.e., the phenomenon that sees Jennifer Lawrence rank as Hollywood’s top-paid female star, and still make $30 million less a year than her male contemporaries—is demonstrably still a thing, people have been eyeing the paychecks headed to Warner Bros.’ latest female action star, …