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'Justice League,' 'Wonder Woman' and 'Suicide Squad': The Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment course correction

In the great superhero movie arms race, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are in the unenviable position of having to play catch-up to its distinguished competition, Marvel. It’s not their fault that Marvel recalibrated the way sequels work with their cinematic universe. And it’s not their fault that Marvel had a nine-movie head start in building it.

So how did WB/DC respond at Comic-Con 2016?

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'Star Trek Beyond' on track for $60-million opening at box office

The “Star Trek” franchise has already lived long, but just how prosperous will it be for Paramount Pictures?

The third entry in the J.J. Abrams series debuted at the box office on Friday, collecting $22.5 million, according to the studio.

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The 'Game of Thrones' panel at SDCC had tons of love for Hodor, but no real surprises

“Probably the best thing about that panel was Hodor.”

So said one of the 6,000 fans streaming out of the packed Hall H panel for HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” one of the hottest tickets at the San Diego Comic-Con.

But what can you expect from a “Game of Thrones” panel that is a full 18 months from the next season, which is set to release in summer 2017, for which they haven’t actually shot a frame of footage?

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'Harry Potter' director (and Comic-Con newbie) David Yates talks 'Fantastic Beasts'

Every year at Comic-Con, fans dressed as Harry Potter and Hermione Granger can be seen walking the convention floor in their wizard robes. But surprisingly, the man who directed the last four movies in the “Harry Potter” franchise has never actually been to the convention.

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Comic-Con 2016: Seth Rogen on staging an animated food orgy in 'Sausage Party'

Someone could probably make an adorable, family-friendly animated movie about talking food in a grocery store. But Seth Rogen is clearly not that someone.

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DreamWorks Animation makes a splash with its first Comic-Con panel, featuring Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick and Alec Baldwin

DreamWorks Animation had plenty of star power on hand for its first presentation at Comic-Con as Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick and surprise guest Alec Baldwin appeared to spotlight "Trolls" and "The Boss Baby."

After a quick introduction by Chris Hardwick,  the audience was treated to about 16 minutes of footage from “Trolls.”

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