Here Are Some Plot Details About Quentin Tarantino’s Ninth Film

Quentin Tarantino

Now that Quentin Tarantino’s new film, a movie not necessarily about Charles Manson but 1969 itself, has landed at Sony after an absurd bidding war between studios, we have a few plot details to salivate over. Vanity Fair had all the information about Tarantino’s decision to go with Sony, and in the article they divulge […]

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5 Crucial Comics Coming Out This Week – The Clock Starts Ticking

There are more comic books to choose from now than ever were before. The industry is filled with so many wonderful options for every type of reader. Allow me to point you in the direction of a few that I think are crucial comic pulls for 11/22/17.   Doomsday Clock #1   The moment is finally upon […]

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Watch The New Trailer For Disney’s ‘A Wrinkle In Time’

A Wrinkle In Time

Disney has released the second official trailer for Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of A Wrinkle In Time. The trailer, which debuted during the American Music Awards, gives us an incredible new look at the film and its talented cast. More – Review: COCO Is Sure To Make You Cry Like A Baby (And You’ll Love It) Directed by Ava […]

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Review: DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 Brings Readers Back To The World of Watchmen

“Rorschach’s Journal. October 12th, 1985” That is the first line of the famous Watchmen limited series of 1986. It follows a group of heroes in an alternate 1980’s as they uncover a conspiracy after one of their own is murdered. The story, written by Alan Moore with art by Dave Gibbons, has been universally acclaimed […]

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‘Big Mouth’ Season One Review: The American Inbetweeners

To anyone who suffered through the trailer for Netflix’s new animated show Big Mouth you would be forgiven to think it was going to be a more crass version of Family Guy. Fortunately, the actual show is much better than the trailer suggested. Big Mouth follows a group of 7th Graders from Westchester, New York as they start their joyous journey into […]

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Review: The Walking Dead ‘The Big Scary U’ Negan Returns

Review: The Walking Dead ‘The Big Scary U' Negan Returns

AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ returned to form in respects to storytelling Sunday night with ‘The Big Scary U.’ If the direction and cinematography were even a little better than average tonight’s could have been epic with suspense and claustrophobia. Instead of focusing on one storyline, ‘The Big Scary U’ told three unique stories that all […]

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Day 2 at Heroes and Villains Fan Fest (Atlanta)

Sunday is always a sad day for weekend conventions because you know it’s over at the end of the day. The great thing that Heroes and Villains Fan Fest does is make the experience so personable and intimate. Everything is on one floor so it is easy to navigate and the celebrities and vendors in […]

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Box Office: JUSTICE LEAGUE Opens To Underwhelming $96 Million

Justice League

Warner Bros. better hope that Justice League has box office legs. DC’s superhero team up film, which released Friday, opened to an underwhelming $96 Million in the United States. This is a part of a downward spiral for Warner Bros.; Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice brought in $166 Million in its first weekend, whereas Suicide […]

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Review: COCO Is Sure To Make You Cry Like A Baby (And You’ll Love It)

Coco

No studio knows how to make its audience cry quite like Pixar. The company’s latest film, Coco, is out this Thanksgiving and is directed by Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 2 & 3, Finding Nemo). Coco is the story of Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a young boy who wishes to be a musician, something his family has a zero-tolerance policy […]

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Comcast Interested in 21st Century Fox As Other Corporations Make Inquiries

It looks like Disney is not the only company taking charge when it comes to acquiring 21st Century Fox.  According to The Wall Street Journal, other suitors in the forms of Sony, Comcast, and Verizon have surfaced.  Setting their eyes on Fox’s international assets, the U.K. based Sky-TV being one of them.  Currently, Fox owns […]

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Day 1 at Heroes and Villains Fan Fest (Atlanta)

Heroes and Villains Fan Fest, the traveling convention, returned for its third-consecutive year in 2017 to Atlanta, Ga., one of just seven stops, including six in the U.S., one in London. The guest list, like in previous events, did not include stars from fellow CW shows, ‘Supergirl’ and ‘The Flash’, though did have some from […]

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M. Night Shyamalan‏ Gives Update On GLASS

M. Night Shyamalan‏ Gives Update On GLASS

M. Night Shyamalan has posted an update on Glass, the follow up to both Unbreakable and Split. The director revealed that production lasts for one more week, and that Samuel L. Jackson has finished all his filming. “1 week left of shooting #Glass. Yesterday was @SamuelLJackson last shot. Had to fight back tears. These are […]

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Review: ‘COCO’ A Beautifully Animated Film Which Will Touch Your Heart

Eye-popping visuals, wonderful writing, and a powerful message make Coco fantastic. Summary Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez) is a twelve-year-old boy who dreams of accomplishing more than just being part of the family business. The Riveras have a growing shoemaking business started by their great-grandma Imelda after her husband abandoned them to become a musician (which leads […]

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Exclusive: ‘Justice League’ Interview With Ray Fisher

Exclusive: ‘Justice League’ Interview With Ray Fisher

Ray Fisher plays Victor Stone, who first appeared ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.’ A year and a half later Cyborg emerges as part of Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League.’ Cyborg is a complex character as he’s an unwilling creation, that excepts his fate to become a hero, but will forever struggle to maintain his humanity. […]

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The DETECTIVE PIKACHU Movie Has Found Its Lead

Pikachu

The Pokemon Company is teaming with Legendary Entertainment to create a live-action Detective Pikachu film, and they’ve found their lead actor. Justice Smith, who had a part in Paper Towns but saw his breakout performance in The Get Down, has been cast in the motion picture. Nicole Perlman and Alex Hirsch are penning the script, […]

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Midseason Review: MARVEL’S THE PUNISHER Has More Emotions Than Bullets

Netflix - The Punisher

Over its first six episodes, Marvel’s The Punisher has been a show that uses emotions more than guns.  It has been both unexpecting and something that works very well.  Sure the opening scenes of the series start off by showing Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) being Frank Castle.  But its writing afterward has an awareness about it. It […]

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Brad Bird and Pixar Tease You With ‘Incredibles 2’ Trailer

Brad Bird and PixarTease You With 'Incredibles 2' Trailer

Disney and Pixar released the first trailer to Brad Bird’s ‘Incredibles 2’ Saturday morning. The studio also released a new poster and image from the film. About ‘Incredibles 2’ Everyone’s favorite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, leaving Bob (voice […]

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Review: THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI is Sometimes Busy, Mostly Brilliant

Three Billboards

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Martin McDonagh’s new examination of misery cloaked in gallows humor, is his biggest, most ambitious picture yet. The cast is more expansive, more noteworthy from top to bottom, and the story itself is rich with plot and characterization. It is quite a ride, even if it may not know exactly […]

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Review: The Kents Enter The Apokolips Civil War in SUPERMAN #35

Apokolips Run

It’s time to return to the burning planet of Apokolips and check on the Superfamily. After Lex Luthor was kidnapped by the people of Apokolips, Superman, Lois and their son Jon are transported to the planet as well. When the Kents arrived, they were scattered all across Apokolips. Lois found herself enslaved, then recruited as […]

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‘The Last Jedi’ Will Be Longest Star Wars Film

Lucasfilm and director Rian Johnson confirmed Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be the longest film in the franchise clocking in at 150 minutes, which is nearly two and a half hours including credits. The previous record holder was Revenge of the Sith at 140 minutes. The Force Awakens clocked in at 124 minutes. Johnson […]

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