This Is What Could Have Made Hugh Jackman Continue As Wolverine

After seventeen years, Hugh Jackman is saying goodbye to the Wolverine. Logan is set to be the actors final time playing the character and although Jackman has turned down cameo roles in Deadpool 2, he just revealed what could have made him stay on as our favorite mutant. Thanks to Screen Rant, a Wolverine super-fan was given […]

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The Tantalizing Potential of BBC Crossovers

There is an old joke about the BBC only having 12 actors, 10 props and 6 sets. That’s not entirely true, of course, but it is true that many actors appear in multiple BBC productions. It goes on behind the scenes as well, with screenwriters, directors and showrunners. Two of the biggest shows from the BBC right […]

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Three Reasons Why You Need To Get Back To The Movie Theater

Going to the movies is one of my best friends. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is responsible for introducing us to one another. And ever since that day back in March of 1977, we’ve been inseparable. Sharing a number of memories throughout our history together. Two months after becoming besties, we were reunited in the experience of a little […]

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‘Toni Erdmann’ Review: The Funniest Three-Hour German Drama You’ll See This Year

While writer/director Maren Ade’s wonderfully authentic, insightfully tender father-daughter long-term passion project Toni Erdmann — a three-hour German dramedy that’s as bitterly sad as it’s screamingly funny — might walk home with an Oscar under its sleeve by the end of the weekend, most American audiences will soon know it best as the source material for its […]

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Director Joe Carnahan Is Writing The ‘X-Force’ Movie

Writer/director Joe Carnahan has been tapped to script the X-Force movie, reports Dark Horizons. Carnahan is best known for Smoking Aces, The A-Team, movie, and The Grey.Most recently he has been announced as the helmer of The Raid re-make. He is also set to direct Bad Boys For Life, the third film in the Will Smith and […]

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Should 20th Century Fox Stop Making Classic ‘X-Men’ Movies

After the massive success of Deadpool and now the critical reaction to Logan I started to think about the X-Men Cinematic Universe. After a quick analysis of the franchise, I wondered if Fox should give up on making the classic and typical superhero movies. Don’t get me wrong, I love a lot of these films. I still […]

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Rob Zombie Back For ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’

Rob Zombie, a longtime friend of Guardians director James Gunn, is back for GoG Vol. 2. Just check out the Instagram post below! With @jamesgunn at Disney recording a voice for Guardians of the Galaxy 2! #robzombie #jamesgunn #guardiansofthegalaxy2 #godblesstinytim A post shared by RobZombieofficial (@robzombieofficial) on Feb 22, 2017 at 6:12pm PST In the […]

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Reviewing the Hot Picks Who Could Take Over As James Bond

It has been well over a year since Bond’s 24th mission, Spectre, landed like something of a damp squib at the cinemas. It was praised for its nostalgic throwbacks to James Bond films of old but criticised for its clunky formulaic misery. That’s not to say that it wasn’t hugely lucrative, but given the gritty […]

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New Series Artist Pete Woods Joins ‘Archie’ With Issue #18!

Pete Woods is one of the more underrated artists working in comics. He’s worked for both Marvel (Deadpool/Generation X Annual ’99/Excalibur) and DC (Robin/Legion Lost/Countdown), as well as many other publishers. He’s now coming to the town of Riverdale as the new artist on the modern on-going Archie series. This is a great pairing, as […]

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‘Get Out’ Review: A Brilliant Balance Of Horror, Humor, and Poignancy

‘Get Out’ is a brilliant balance of horror, humor, social commentary. Summary The story centers around Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) and his relationship with Rose Armitage (Allison Williams). They have been dating for several months now, and they have reached the point where Rose is ready to bring him home to mom and dad. Chris starts […]

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Dan Slott Needs Help Closing Stories: Amazing Spider-Man #24

Acting as the closing chapter of “The Clone Conspiracy”, Amazing Spider-Man #24 ties up a few loose ends. Writer Dan Slott‘s big Spider-Man event suffers the same fate as his other recent large-scale stories. Slott has been head writer for the title since 2010, but it may be time to start bringing in some support. Dead No […]

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You Can Watch the Prologue for ‘Alien: Covenant’ Right Here

We are still about three months away from Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, but after a cavalcade of set photos and a couple of trailers, you can now see the prologue to the Prometheus sequel right here. Right now. If this prologue does anything, it sets up every major player in the cast. And it tells us […]

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Drew Goddard Steps In To Write ‘Deadpool 2’

It looks like the Deadpool sequel has found its new writer. Collider is reporting that Drew Goddard, who’s known for The Martian and Season One of Marvel’s Daredevil, is set to pen Deadpool 2. The sequel was originally set to be written by the first Deadpool‘s writers,  Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. However, now that […]

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Rumor: ‘Aquaman’ Synopsis Released Online

After putting out a casting call for Aquaman, Acting Auditions has revealed a potential synopsis for the film. Read it down below. “Aquaman” will center on Aquaman as a reluctant ruler of the underwater kingdom of Atlantis who is caught between land dwellers that are always polluting the globe and his own people who are ready […]

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Review: Blue Beetle Continues To Crackle With Energy

High school, dating, parents, acne, figuring out what you’re going to do with your life after graduation… Let’s face it, it’s stressful being a teenager. The urge to fit in and live a normal life free of embarrassment is overwhelming. So it’s a fair bet that being targeted by an alien artifact that resembles a […]

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Review: ‘The Power Of the Dark Crystal’ #1 Returns The Magic

In celebration of the 35th anniversary of Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal, return to the world of Thra in an official sequel to the beloved fantasy film. Discover an all-new race of creatures called Firelings that live in a realm near the planet’s core, based on official character designs by Brian Froud. Years have passed […]

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The Future Of Black History And African-Americans On Film

All month we’ve looked back at the African-American actors, directors, and films that graced cinema screens throughout history. We’ve celebrated the likes of Sidney Poitier, Denzel Washington, Spike Lee, and Voila Davis. The legacy of African-Americans on film is a long and brilliant one. In our last installment for Black History Month, Monkeys Fighting Robots looks […]

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Torchwood: World Without End Announced

John Barrowman has announced Torchwood: World Without End, the first compilation volume of the new Torchwood comic. The story takes place after the events of Torchwood: Miracle Day and shares continuity with the Big Finish audio adventures. The book features Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Rhys Williams. Available for preorder #TORCHWOOD: WORLD WITHOUT END! Torchwood: outside the government, beyond the […]

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Session Beers: Craft Beer 101 – Continuous Drinking Beers

Spring and summer are just around the corner. This means bonfires, beach days, camping, and road trips. When you are planning on doing a whole lot of beer drinking, and making it an all day activity, Session Beers are for you. What is a session beer? According to CraftBeer.com This beer style is not defined […]

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The League Of Shadows Enters Gotham

Detective Comics #951 hits comic book store shelves this week with “League Of Shadows Part I: Unleashed.” The mysterious war that Batman has been preparing for draws near as The League Of Shadows enters Gotham. Shiva, and her League, quickly send Batman and his allies into a downward spiral of chaos. Framing Batman for the […]

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