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After playing a video game avatar in two Jumanji movies, Kevin Hart has officially signed on for another type of gaming adventure, with the actor closing his deal to star in Lionsgate’s adaptation of Borderlands.Hart will play the skilled soldier Roland in what will be a more serious acting turn for the star, who is known worldwide for his comedy chops. He had been in negotiations for months, and those talks first became public in December when The Illuminerdi reported them.Eli Roth is directing the Borderlands movie, which also has Cate Blanchett set to star as legendary thief Lilith. Emmy-winning Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin penned the script.

While Diana has a bright future in the DCEU after Wonder Woman 1984, the movie also hints at how her story could end. That may not be anytime soon, especially if Wonder Woman 3 does happen, but if there are long-term plans for the franchise then it’s likely she will exit at some point as the next generation of heroes is introduced, similar to what the MCU did with Iron Man and Captain America. Indeed, the fates of those two characters could, if combined, give a blueprint for how Diana’s story may come to a close. As a demigoddess who ages very slowly, then she could theoretically live for several more centuries, but that would further mean watching all those she’s come to care about die. Wonder Woman is a great hero who’ll always fight for what’s right, but eventually she deserves to be able to find peace.

There’s a self-serious portent to the drab serial killer thriller The Little Things, a smug sense of grandiosity informing us that it’s not only more substantial than the average stalk-n-stab schlock, but that it’s going somewhere we might not expect, ending with gravity rather than gristle. To its credit, the film, from The Blind Side writer-director John Lee Hancock, does find itself in slightly unconventional territory in its rushed finale but it’s not a place that’s either satisfying or smart enough to warrant the hushed solemnity that precedes it. It’s a film trapped between a low- and a highbrow version of a story we know all too well, landing firmly in the middle of the road.

The return of Steve Trevor suggests that Diana’s story could well end with him, similar to Captain America and Peggy Carter; people out of time, who love each other dearly and deserve a chance to be together. While there is much more to Diana’s character than her romance, Steve is very much established as the great love of her life, something that Wonder Woman 1984 really hammers home. She may well find love again, but Steve is seemingly The One, and so it would be fitting if, when her time does come – perhaps with a heroic sacrifice – that she gets to have a happy ever after with him.


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