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The Rock Tweets About Talking To Warner Bros. And DC Comics, Will Obviously Be Playing Lex Luthor In ‘Man Of Steel 2′ (Or Maybe Not)

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Good news for those of you who like speculating on Hollywood casting rumors with little to no information: When asked about the possibility of playing a part in a Marvel or DC Superhero movie, Dwayne "Rocky 'The Rock' Maivia" Johnson, the only person to have a starring role in both Fast & Furious 6and WrestleMania XXIX, told fans via Twitter that he had a meeting with Warner Bros. that involved DC Comics in some form or another.

Assuming that this wasn't a meeting about acquiring the rights to the mid-90s comic based on his WWE persona -- which I doubt would require the involvement of the CEO of Warner Bros. -- one assumes that it was probably about the potential for Johnson to pick up a role in an upcoming movie based on one of DC's comics. Let the speculation now commence, and continue until he's announced as Alfred in a Batman reboot that takes the franchise in an exceptionally jacked new direction.

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ComicsAlliance Celebrates The Rocktober!

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While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of the most electrifying man in sports entertainment as we celebrate The Rocktober!DID YOU KNOW...

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Link Ink: Charting The Evolution Of Batman’s Foes, ‘The Walking Dead’ #100 Sells Big And Kamen Rider Security

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Infographics: Wired's Tim Leong (a sometime contributor to CA) constructs a massive graphic that follows the evolution of Batman's many villains just in time for The Dark Knight Rises.

Industry: Image Comics has announced that The Walking Dead #100 has achieved 383,612

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Link Ink: Marvel’s Disney XD Lineup, Mario Thinks With Portals and a Mangaka’s Minor Planet

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TV: Disney XD has revealed the short form series that will fill out its Marvel programming block starting April 1. Segments include "Master Class," which features Joe Quesada explaining how artists bring characters to life, and an exploration of theoretical IRL superhero tech called "What Would It Take?".

Creators: Jap

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