The Star Wars rumor mill is burning red hot with the thought of Darth Vader appearing in the ‘Han Solo’ film. Who could blame them, remember the last five minutes of ‘Rogue One,’ one of the most brilliant Darth Vader scenes ever. Spencer Wilding played Vader in ‘Rogue One,’ and has stated he is not […]
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Josh Brolin has shared a new look at Cable from Deadpool 2. Take a look below. Cable Porn #💀💩L2 #cableinsanity #cableswole #cablepowered #cableporn A post shared by Josh Brolin (@joshbrolin) on Sep 18, 2017 at 8:07am PDT Deadpool 2 is the follow up to 2016’s smash-hit from 20th Century Fox. It will star Ryan Reynolds […]
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DreamWorks released the trailer for ‘Voltron Legendary Defender’ Season 4 and the Voltron schedule of events for New York Comic Con Tuesday afternoon. About season four: With Shiro back at the Castleship, Keith makes a choice that causes a rift between him and Team Voltron. As Allura and team focus on building the Voltron Coalition, […]
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James Cameron has spent the better part of 2017 – and most of 2016 – criticizing female superheroes, directing endless Avatar sequels nobody asked for, and rebooting the Terminator franchise despite the world having kinda moved on. And now, he’s decided to tap into another one of the movies he made that was good back […]
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The President of HBO programming Casey Bloys, announced Tuesday afternoon the new series ‘The Duece’ was picked up for a second season. “We are thrilled to continue our creative collaboration with master storytellers David Simon and George Pelecanos. Their unique gift for immersing the audience in their dark and edgy worlds brings a brilliant verisimilitude […]
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Warner Bros. Archive Collection is going to treat fans of Superman: The Movie to a new, three-hour director’s cut on blu ray. Richard Donner’s original is still a classic, and much has been made of his firing in the middle of Superman II, when Richard Lester took over the role. We got the “Donner Cut” of […]
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Robert Pattinson recently spoke to Esquire about his latest project, a film called The Devil All the Time, directed by Christine and Simon Killer filmmaker Antonio Campos. It sounds like another dark, challenging role for the former teen idol, who is not only shedding his glittering skin, but quietly becoming one of the great actors […]
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Every so often, Kindle editions of Marvel graphic novels go on a massive sale, but with no announcements. Nobody knows if this is a recurring glitch or just a way for Amazon to boost numbers quietly, but the winner in all this is definitely readers. Oh, and they all work on the ComiXology app. What kind […]
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Andy Serkis directed a movie, and it’s called Breathe, and it’s about a young man stricken with polio who decides to persevere in the face of some of the most picturesque scenery on the planet. Not that Andy Serkis has to direct some motion capture monster movie, but this is certainly not what I would […]
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We’re in a golden age of comics right now, and in an age of geek none of us could have ever imagined, but with the good comes the bad. As our geek news sites become more corporate, they tend to focus less on comics and in some cases less on independent creators. My goal is […]
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Recently, Matthew Vaughn revealed that him and Warner Bros. have been in talks regarding the sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel. Collider spoke to Vaughn about the film again, and got the director to talk a bit about what his potential take on a Man of Steel 2 would look like. “Weirdly if I did […]
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Some images have made their way online, courtesy of Neil Gaiman and team on the set of the upcoming Amazon series, Good Omens. Here is your first real look at David Tennant as the demon Crowley and Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale. They are amazing. This is them in the opening scenes, 11 years ago, in St James's […]
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We waited a year and a half for the third season of Rick and Morty. And, just like that, the season finale is upon us. For most, this season has been the smartest, most complex, and darkest of the series thus far, which made it well worth the wait. With just two episodes left this […]
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The marketing machine for the new Tomb Raider, starring Alicia Vikander, is ramping up. We now have a poster, a teaser to the trailer, and news that the trailer will be here tomorrow. This glimpse at the trailer from the film’s official twitter page is… something. The #TombRaider movie trailer drops tomorrow, in theaters March […]
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Why is Castle of Cagliostro at the same time the greatest and worst thing ever? This review should begin with a clarification. The Castle of Cagliostro is incredible. It is the one anime over the years I have dedicated myself to buying no matter what form I find it in. At this point if I […]
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Wrestling lost its greatest manager when Raymond Lewis Heenan, better known professionally as Bobby Heenan died at the age of 73 on Sunday. You could say, we would never have known professional wrestling to be as mainstream as it is today if it weren’t for Heenan. After all, we may have never seen Hulkamania take […]
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The latest episode, Morty’s Mind Blowers, is a somewhat simpler concept than what we’ve seen this season thus far. But, as per usual, even a “simpler” episode of Rick and Morty is pure genius. It’s difficult to top last week’s episode of Rick and Morty, The Ricklantis Mix-up, which truly showed off the complexity of the series’ multiverse, […]
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As the fall TV season is almost upon us news on all of our favorite upcoming shows has begun to trickle out. Marc Guggenheim, executive producer on the CW’s Arrowverse (Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl), has always been a fan of teasing fans and he recently did again with the below Tweet. […]
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Time for some hardcore subjective list-making! This summer wasn’t exactly the best summer movie season in recent years, but there were still some damn good films. From the big superhero movies to the offbeat indie darlings, and those random Oscar movies that debuted ahead of the traditional award season, moviegoers could still find something worth […]
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One-hundred-plus years of filmmaking provides a long, rich, and deep history to look back on. Retro reviews and analysis of old films are practically necessary full-time specialties. Month after month, films release, vying to make as much money and attention as possible. Some rise, some fall, but regardless of financial success, it’s never a sign […]
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