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SAN DIEGO COMIC CON w/ Kevin The Director, Lil Tay, Wonder Woman 3, & X-Men'97

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Christopher Fagan @chriswfagan

Kevin The Director @kevinthedirector


From @whatstrending: Earlier in the week news of a young influencer named Lil Tay. The teen rapper was 9 years old when she gained national attention for her controversial videos, which flaunted an extravagant lifestyle. The post on Wednesday referred to Lil Tay as "Claire." "It is with a heavy heart that we share the devastating news of our beloved Claire's sudden and tragic passing. The next day Lil Tay told TMZ her account was hacked and that she felt traumatized.

FROM Variety: Despite recent comments from Gal Gadot claiming DC heads James Gunn and Peter Safran told her they would develop “Wonder Woman 3” together, sources with knowledge of the situation tell Variety that is not the case. According to the sources, a third “Wonder Woman” film is not in development at DC Studios nor do Gunn and Safran have plans at this time for any “Wonder Woman” project in the new DC Universe other than their previously announced “Paradise Lost” prequel series for Max.

From The Direct: New artwork for Marvel Studios' upcoming Disney+ animated series X-Men '97 just hit the internet. Within the tagline, "Previously on X-Men," the extensive cast of the series can be seen pictured, including the following faces: Cyclops, Jean Grey, Wolverine, Beast, Magneto,

Morph, Bishop, Storm, Sunspot, Jubilee, Gambit, Rogue.


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