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The power is out, and that spells trouble for Barry Allen. How does he get his powers back and what do The Elongated Man and Fire have to do with any of it?

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We are two weeks away from the debut of The Flash on The CW, which means there is plenty of time to release new teasers, trailers, and commercials for the series.

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As you know, Major Spoilers isn’t big on reporting rumors just to get eyeballs to pages in an attempt to boost numbers. However, when it comes to Nikki Finke, I’m more inclined to believe her sources than any other. With her new website launch, she’s dropped a bomb that should squash any rumors that Warner Bros. and DC are dragging their superhero movie feet.

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Don’t know how I missed this bit of news – oh, wait… I do… (shudder).  Anyway… If you are doing the potty dance in anticipation of Warner Bros. Green Lantern movie, here’s a bit of news that will give you that bladder spasm you so badly need. Geoffrey Rush is voicing Tomar-Re. If you like that news, take the jump for news on that other alien.

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According to Mike Fleming, Christopher Nolan has selected Inception star Tom Hardy for a “lead role” in the third Batman film.  According to Deadline, Warner Bros. is keeping Hardy’s role in the film a tight secret, and won’t even say if he is a villain or a hero. The Major Spoilers Poll of the Week has readers leaning toward The Riddler as the villain, but several have mentioned having Black Mask as the big bad might be a better choice for the Nolan Batman Universe.  So, Dear Reader, who will Hardy be playing in the movie? via Deadline

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Deadline Hollywood is breaking the story that confirms Zack Snyder will direct the next Superman movie, following work on Sucker Punch. “I’ve been a big fan of the character for a long time, he’s definitely the king of all superheroes, he’s the one,” Snyder, who directed Watchmen and 300, told me. “It’s early yet, but I can tell you that what David and Chris have done with the story so far definitely has given me a great insight into a way to make him feel modern. I’ve always felt he was kind of awesome. I’ll finish Sucker Punch and get right

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