Yesterday in the Nerd Verse… Feb 6, 2015

So much news for yesterday… here we go:

DC had so many announcements. The New52 is over. Continuity means nothing. But don’t fret, Batman still lives on. In the mean time, you can enjoy the Convergence storyline during April and May. Source: DC Comics

To find out what titles are being added, and what titles will continue, you can click on the source. Source: DC Comics News

And Geoff Johns will be leaving Superman after next month’s issue #39. It’s sad to see you go. Source: DC Comics News

In everything must have a sequel, third movie, or prequel news:

The Blair Witch Project 3 is “inevitable” (to be bad). Source: Dread Central

The Hunger Games needs a sequel (even though you could count Catching Fire and Mockingjay) as sequels. Oh, it also needs a prequel. Source: Deadline

Neighbors 2 is happening. This time it’s sorority girls. Source: IndieWire

And now for cool news:

Marvel made a huge announcement of their own today, too. There will be an all-woman Avengers team, called…. A-Force. The series will be written by G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel) and Marguerite Bennett (Angela: Asgard’s Assassin). We cannot wait for this series to showcase the finest Marvel has to offer. Source: Mashable

Deadpool must have a girlfriend in his movie. The shortlist of women are: Morena Baccarin (FireflyGotham), Taylor Schilling (Orange is the New Black), Sarah Greene (Vikings), and Jessica De Gouw (Arrow). May they all battle each other for the spot! Source: Deadline

Chris Pratt visited kids in Boston at Christopher’s Haven dressed as Star-Lord, as promised to frenemy Chris Evans. Source: ABC News

A live-action Zelda is going to happen on Netflix. Yay! You don’t even have to leave your house to watch! Source: Wall Street Journal

Samuel L. Jackson has been cast in the film adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. No word yet on who he will play, but now all Sam Jackson fans will get their fix in this Tim Burton movie. Source: Variety

The NAACP Image Awards were Thursday night. The clear winners were SelmaHow to Get Away with Murder, and Black-ish. You can see the full list of winners at the source. Source: Deadline

And in what is now dubbed, “The Best Week of Fallon Ever,” Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith beatboxed and rapped “It Takes Two” together. And it was brilliant.