On a night when Hollywood honors achievements in filmmaking, it was a song that stole the show. John Legend and Common’s Selma anthem “Glory,” took home the prize for Best Original Song, but their live performance brought the audience to its feet, and many attendees (and viewers at home) to tears. They followed that up with an equally powerful acceptance speech, in which Legend addressed some of the social and racial issues still plaguing America today, adding, “We are with you, we see you, we love you and march on” ... Discuss

As you know, Zach Snyder's Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, is going to include not only the titular Batman and Superman, but also Wonder Woman, Cyborg and Lex Luthor. There have been rumors that we will also meet Robin, Doomsday and possibly Jared Leto's Joker, so this movie should really be called something more like DC Comics: An Exhaustive Who's Who. But one character we're definitely going to meet is Aquaman. Long the butt of every decent superhero joke, Zach Snyder strongly hinted that this Aquaman wasn't going to be anybody's punching bag when he cast famously frowny Jason Momoa to play a superhero whose chief super power is the ability to talk to fish. And now we've got a picture (click here to see it in all its frowny glory), and we're not going to be the ones making any jokes about him. He'd probably punch us in the face, or perhaps tell a fish to come punch us in the face (just kidding, Aquaman! Please don't punch us! Or stab us with your stabby thing!) Evidently, he's going to be Uniting the Seven (the seven seas? The seven hundred characters who will be in this movie? Who knows.) and he's going to be doing it very frownily ... Discuss

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