Following an action-packed mid-season finale on November 12th, Star Trek: Discovery is on break until January 7th, 2018. The show’s first nine episodes introduced longtime Trek fans and newcomers alike to a number of developments within the franchise. Featuring Star Trek’s first kiss between two gay male characters, the introduction of spore drive technology, a […]
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Denzel Washington’s strong performance isn’t enough to overcome the meandering narrative and moments of utter boredom in Roman J Israel Esq. Summary Our story centers around a socially awkward Lawyer named Roman J. Israel (Denzel Washington), and the events that occurr over a three-week span following the death of his boss. George Pierce (Colin Farrell) takes […]
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Awards season is about to start its big push. We still have Steven Spielberg’s historical drama, The Post, and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread – which just so happens to be Daniel Day-Lewis’s last movie as well – on the horizon. But there’s been plenty to enjoy so far in 2017, a year of big […]
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Ruff and Reddy have hit the skids, plunging from A-list to “huh?” to “wait, who?” and finally to “who cares?” Next stop for these pathetic has-beens on the treadmill to oblivion is the convention circuit—where their agent turns a potential disaster into a goldmine of publicity—and the comeback begins. Writing/Story This issue really knows how […]
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At the conclusion of 2016’s Darkseid War, we learned that Wonder Woman has a twin brother. The Amazonian princess has finally come face-to-face with her brother in the wake of Hercules’ death. This reunion, however, turns sour as it is revealed that Jason teamed up with Grail, daughter of Darkseid, to take down Diana. Despite […]
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Willem Defoe was recently a guest on Variety’s podcast, Playback. The discussion was intended to be centered around The Florida Project, but it diverged in a way that allowed Defoe to talk about his experience working on comic book movies with Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man and the upcoming Aquaman film, directed by James Wan. Here’s what […]
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Joss Whedon has reportedly left the Batgirl movie, as stated in an exclusive report from SuperBrosMovies. Although Whedon was originally set to direct the picture, the decision for him to leave was made months ago, per the source. A firm answer isn’t known, but it’s assumed that no announcement was made as Warner Bros. wanted to […]
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Image Comics announced Twisted Romance this week, a 4-issue weekly anthology series written by Alex de Campi with a rotating team of artists. The series will focus on love, “love gone right, wrong, and everything in between.” “This project is a dream for me,” said de Campi in the official press release. “I’m getting to collaborate […]
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Joe Quesada spoke with Newsarama about hiring C.B. Cebulski as Marvel’s new Editor In Chief. With Axel Alonso stepping down, and Brian Michael Bendis leaving, Marvel undergoes a major shakeup. Here’s what Quesada had to say about Cebulski: Like every new E-i-C, C.B. is coming in with a new and distinct editorial voice. Qualification-wise, C.B. […]
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Nicolas Winding Rein enjoys his theatrics, and he loves to indulge in artistic expression to the point where it feels like he’s trolling his critics. I submit to you evidence #462: Refn’s unveiling of his cast for Too Young to Die. It’s nothing too shocking or avant garde, it’s just Refn doing Refn things, introducing […]
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There’s always a place for pitch black, foul-mouthed Christmas comedies on the calendar; enter El Camino Christmas, director David E. Talbert’s crass Yuletide comedy. The cast is, well, eclectic, and even though Tim Allen pops up in the first few seconds just give it a minute. He might be the best part. Check it out: […]
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Despite announcing at E3 all of its DLC for Star Wars: Battlefront II would be free, EA is in trouble. As the state of Hawaii has announced an investigation into the publisher’s use of loot boxes and in-game purchases. State Representative Chris Lee called the game a “Star Wars-themed online casino” in a recent press conference. […]
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Welcome to the twenty-first episode of the Comic Show by Monkeys Fighting Robots! Doomsday is here! We’re talking Doomsday Clock #1 from DC, the follow-up Rebirth and the sequel to Watchmen. It’s been hyped as one of the biggest comic events of the year, but does it live up to that mantle? Buckle up, True Believers! Episode 21 of the COMIC SHOW by Monkeys Fighting […]
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Earlier today, The Hollywood Reporter published a memo from Disney and Pixar Executive John Lasseter. The memo made vague apologies and suggested that, after meeting with other Disney executives, Lasseter would take a sabbatical. Less than an hour after the memo went public, news broke that Rashida Jones and writing partner Will McCormack left Toy […]
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The much anticipated Justice League released this past weekend and spoiler alert, Superman does appear in the film. Unless you’ve lived under a rock for the past year, you’re sure to have known that Henry Cavill’s Superman would appear in the DCEU’s biggest film to date following his “demise” in Batman V Superman: Dawn of […]
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn has released the film’s script, in its entirety, online. You can find it here. After tweeting out the script, Gunn then went on to answer some common questions people might have. The director revealed he wrote a total of nine drafts of the screenplay he turned […]
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So we now live in a world wherein a Justice League movie exists. The problem? The film — directed by Zack Snyder and an uncredited Joss Whedon — didn’t exactly set the box office on fire. While a $96 million opening weekend would ordinarily be strong for a Hollywood tentpole, it pales in comparison to […]
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Harley Quinn might finally be getting the spotlight according to a report from Deadline. Harley Quinn and Friends Harley’s popularity spiked following her appearance in last year’s Suicide Squad. Now the character will feature in her own spin-off film and an animated action-comedy series for an adult audience. Harley first appeared in animated format in […]
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Et Cultura is the Lollapalooza of St. Petersburg Florida with music, film, and art. The five-day event took over several venues in St. Pete with a wide spectrum of music. What makes Et Cultura special, is the intimate venues and after shows. Here is just a small sample of the music from the festival. Ought […]
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Sensational performances, a deftly crafted narrative, and fantastic direction are just some reasons why ‘Lady Bird’ is one of the best films of 2017. Summary The film centers around Lady Bird (Saoirse Ronan) and her final year of high school. She’s being steered by her mother (played by Laurie Metcalf) to attend a local college […]
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