- The new Power Rangers film features "the first queer big-screen superhero": Trini, the Yellow Ranger, who is questioning her sexuality and may have "girlfriend problems" rather than "boyfriend problems." It doesn't sound terribly substantive (disclaimer: I haven't seen the movie as of this writing), but it's enough to excite David Yost, the openly gay actor who played the original Blue Ranger, and left the show amidst anti-gay harassment.
- The BBC profiles trans Street Fighter pro Ricki Ortiz, who talks about her struggles with her identity, and finding inclusion in the fighting game community.
- Sony is banking on the success of the Spider-Man franchise in coming years; on top of this summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming, a Venom spinoff and an animated film next year, and a Homecoming sequel already scheduled for 2019, they're now prepping a film starring two female antiheroes: catsuit-wearing burglar the Black Cat and mercenary Silver Sable.
- A new trailer for Justice League shows off Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, and the Flash in action, sans Superman—as well as some questionable CGI, and a lot of speed ramping (going from normal to slow-motion in one shot) that I'd thought Zack Snyder had left behind. Even after the dire Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad left a bad taste in many fans' mouths (mine included), a lot of us will still see it... but you can bet we'll snark about it.
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