Thanks for the request. You can currently add wildcards to your blacklist, such as * 123movies * (without the spaces, this forum converts the text to bold if I move them next to the word) which would block all the variations of 123movies – 123movies.com, 123movies.click, 123movies.co.au, 123movies.xyz, 123movies.io, etc. Is this what you are looking for?
An error occurred while saving the commentAndy Rogers commented
I've made some progress towards this today with Dillon from Support.
I'll use .se as an example.
This means that fmovies.se is blocked, so is ww1.fmovies.se, but www.seek.com.au is still allowed.
I'm not certain that is a perfect solution yet, and I'm sure that engineering can continue on working on an actual fix. As a workaround this has been helpful.
This definitely does not fix something like ww1.mangafox.com, I'm yet to crack that one.