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The Flash: Season 4 Extended Trailer Shows Iris & Cisco Stepping Up To Fill Barry’s Role

Last season’s The Flash was a bit of a mixed bag for many fans. I myself had a hard time caring about what was going on after the season break, especially since all the problems were thanks to Barry being all kinds of dumb and selfish. Rather than letting things lie in his world, he […]

New Blade Runner 2049 Featurette Is Hypnotic [NSFW]

WARNING: Video contains NSFW imagery! Blade Runner 2049, based on all the media to-date, is an unapologetic love letter to sci-fi fans everywhere. Your expectations for the film probably have a lot to do with your relationship to the original Blade Runner (1982) movie and/or Philip K. Dick’s source novel. While I’m sure the script […]

Patty Jenkins Has A Lot Of Optimism For The DC Extended Universe

Not everyone is down on the DC Extended Universe, while many fans continue to criticize decisions made by the studio, Patty Jenkins, has a much more optimistic view of the shared universe she helped bring to its feet. Jenkins is responsible for DC’s biggest hit to date in Wonder Woman (or at least the most universally-praised […]

Why Matthew Vaughn Left X-Men After First Class

The X-Men franchise’s quality comes in waves. Back in 2000 and 2003, they kickstarted the series with the great X-Men and X-2: X-Men United films. Those two films, along with Spider-Man, helped to set a whole new benchmark against which all other superhero films would be judged. However, with X-Men: The Last Stand, the film series […]

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review – The Film Retains The Fun Of The Original, But Loses Something Else Along The Way

2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service is a film that will forever stand as the biggest surprise of its year. Upon checking out the trailers for the movie, it came across to me as some cheesy YA flick, and despite Matthew Vaughn being at the helm, I didn’t foresee myself digging it all too much. I […]

Fantastic Four Is Coming Back

Welcome to another LRM Exclusive episode of Comic Uno’s Weekly Roundup.  This week Comic Uno gives an update on the news from the week including the return of The Fantastic Four to Marvel Comics and the debut of the new Venom comic book.  She wraps up the show on what comics got her attention this […]

Donald Glover Says He Isn’t Ready To Direct A Star Wars Film Yet

A jack of many trades, and a master of some, Donald Glover’s rise through the ranks of Hollywood has been an enjoyable one to watch. Though he has been around since the turn of the century, he first rose to notoriety by playing Troy on the NBC show, Community. A couple of days ago Glover […]

The Kingsman Universe Could Continue On After Trilogy, Says Director Matthew Vaughn

Kingsman is one of those film series that has the real potential to continue indefinitely. It’s easy enough to compare the films to James Bond, but they do a great job of really capitalizing on the hyper-violent ridiculousness, and it’s in that aspect that it really stands out. But is this a franchise that director […]

IT Director Wants To Adapt Stephen King’s Pet Sematary

Stephen King adaptations may have been hit-or-miss fare this year, with The Dark Tower failing miserably both with critics and fans, but there’s no denying the gargantuan success of IT. Not only did the latter film succeed as a horror film, but it also managed to capture its true essence as a coming of age […]

Captain America: Civil War’s Crossbones May Still Be Alive

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has proven time and again why they are still on top in this game of cinematic universes. However, that’s not to say that they’re absolutely flawless. One criticism that permeated the franchise from day one has been their lackluster villains. They’ve gotten better over the years, killing less of their villains […]

The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Could Hit This October

With every Star Wars flick under the sun, it’s always a waiting game for fans. Not only do we have to wait for the actual movie to hit, but waiting for the trailers to hit almost seems like a much more difficult task. Such is the case for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Thus far, […]

Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Explains Her Decision Not To Include A Post-Credits Scene

Post-Credits scenes are all the rage in Hollywood these days. Dating back decades, post-credits scenes were always fun, but when Marvel Studios included one on Iron Man in 2008, they became essential. EVERY Marvel Cinematic Universe film has at least one mid-credits or post-credits scene, and these days most have several. Post-credit scenes have also […]

Deadpool 2: Zazie Beetz Is Also Amazed By Ryan Reynolds

Everyone working on Deadpool 2 seems to be having a great time. More specifically, everyone working on Deadpool 2 seems to think Ryan Reynolds is a gem. Back in late August, Josh Brolin, who plays Cable in the upcoming blockbuster, had nothing but positive things to say about his co-star and producer Reynolds: “He’s an […]

Josh Brolin Practices His Rage-Face For Deadpool 2

One of the things that truly stood out about Deadpool (2016) was the filmmakers love and passion for the character. Ryan Reynolds famously pushed, poked, pulled, and prodded every corner of Hollywood for a decade to get this thing made. The final product was so shockingly fresh and different from everything else in the genre […]

Awesome Thor: Ragnarok Trailer Remix By Nerdist

Thor: Ragnarok‘s bizarre mix of Norse superheroics, cosmic adventure, and over-the-top fun has snatched the pop culture limelight and gives no indication of releasing it until the film hits theaters this November. today’s evidence comes from Nerdist, who re-cut the most recent Thor: Ragnarok trailer as a 1980s direct-to-video VHS extravaganza, complete with awful VFX […]

A Low-Key Teaser Drops For Amazon’s Jack Ryan Series

Tom Clancy’s long-running series of espionage novels based upon ex-Navy, ex-CIA, and fist-fighting college professor Jack Ryan has found a new home on Amazon. However, based on the new teaser out today, it’s not entirely clear what to expect. Ryan has always been portrayed as a kind of too-earnest-for-his-own-good everyman, albeit with an extremely high […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Trading Card Shows A New Outfit For Luke Skywalker

A new Topps trading card for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has emerged (via MakingStarWars). The card shows Jedi Master Luke Skywalker dressed in a much darker colored outfit than we seen him wearing at the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The outfit has different shades of brown and in many ways is similar […]

Captain Marvel Confirmed For Avengers 4

Avengers 4 filming is currently underway, and over the next several months we’re going to hear a lot of speculation, rumors, and flat-out misinformation. The next two Avengers movies are expected to significantly change the MCU as we know it, completing the arcs of legacy heroes while introducing and furthering the arcs of new heroes, […]

Latest The Punisher Teaser Evokes Classic Stallone Film

A decorated combat veteran, on the run from the authorities, turns the tables on his pursuers and becomes the hunter. Pretty cool logline, right? Seems somehow familiar, though. No, we’re not talking about the plot to Marvel and Netflix’s upcoming The Punisher series (at least, I don’t think so). A new teaser for The Punisher, […]

Avengers: Infinity War Casting Call Suggests An Expanded Timeline

Marvel’s The Avengers (2012) and its sequel, Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), are both epic, sprawling action-adventure films, but the timespan of events portrayed in these films covered only a few days to a week each. While rapid pacing and compressed timelines made for brisk movies, I never really felt that humanity was on the […]

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