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Disney Acquires 21st Century Fox, Properties Like X-Men, Avatar, Fantastic Four

For weeks, the internet’s been abuzz about Disney potentially acquiring most of 21st Century Fox. Now, the massive conglomerate has revealed that the deed has been done. According to Disney, 21st Century Fox will spin off Fox Broadcasting network stations, Fox News, Fox Business, FS1, FS2, and Big Ten Network to its shareholders. After that’s […]

Star Wars: A Stormtrooper Falls In Love With An Alien In This Parody Video

With Star Wars: The Last Jedi around the corner, you can bet your asses that we’ll be getting a boatload of Star Wars-related fanmade videos over the coming weeks. From fake trailers to parodies and loving tributes, the internet has proven itself to be a place where countless creatives go to show their love of […]

Watch Christopher Nolan Break This Tense Scene From Dunkirk

Earlier this year saw the release of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk. The film was set against the backdrop of World War II, but the filmmaker was very keen on making your average war film. The actions in the film wouldn’t be heroic, nor would they be based around some objective to achieving the goal of victory. […]

Star Wars: Director Rian Johnson Agrees That More Diverse Talented Is Needed

Recently, I wrote a piece that touched on the great diversity that the Star Wars franchise is seeing. Given that the characters come from all over the galaxy, it would make sense there would be many different types of characters (though one could argue that the films would be more accurate if its leads weren’t […]

Secret Weapons: Owen’s Story #0 By Arrival Screenwriter Eric Heisserer To Be Released March 2018

This week Valiant Entertainment via Multiversity Comics has announced Secret Weapons: Owen’s Story #0, which will be released on March 14th, 2018. This story comes from off the success of 2017’s best selling independent limited series Secret Weapons by Academy Award nominee for Arrival Eric Heisserer, Harvey Award-nominated arist Raul Allen and Patricia Martin. This […]

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Eyeing A DC Universe Character

While fans may have some harsh criticisms for director Zack Snyder, there’s no denying that the filmmaker has an eye for casting. From Gal Gadot to Ben Affleck and Ezra Miller, he has a tendency to think outside the box in terms of his casting, and more often than not in his films, fans generally […]

Game Of Thrones Season 8 To Put Characters In Alien Environments

Sophie Turner recently broke the heart (albeit unintentionally) of the Game of Thrones fandom by confirming that they show’s eighth and final season won’t premiere until 2019. Last season was a change of pace from the previous seasons in the show moved much faster than what fans were used to, and according to John Bradley, […]

New Video Defends Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’s Sparse And Melancholy Score

Earlier this year, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild hit both the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Wii U, and was met with near universal praise. From its overwhelmingly huge world map to its intuitive and flexible control scheme, there were many shining points to this revolutionary entry in the long-running franchise. However, if […]

Coco Cracks $400 Million Worldwide

Coco has proven to be one hell of a surprise this film season. With films like Justice League not exactly lighting up audience’s imagination, Coco was a breath of fresh air. It was original, gorgeous, and packed to the brim with culture. RELATED – Coco: 10 Things We Learned During Our Visit To Pixar The […]

Trailer For Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 To Paris Chronicles The Lives Of Three Heroes

Warner Bros. has released the trailer for the upcoming Clint Eastwood film, The 15:17 to Paris. In the early evening of August 21, 2015, the world watched in stunned silence as the media reported a thwarted terrorist attack on Thalys train #9364 bound for Paris—an attempt prevented by three courageous young Americans traveling through Europe. […]

The Disaster Artist Test Audiences Didn’t Believe It Was A True Story

Some people say that “truth is stranger than fiction,” and while that is sometimes the case, Hollywood does have a tendency to skew more towards embellishment in their adaptations of true events. However, if there is one story where that saying holds true, it’s with the making of The Room, the best worst movie ever […]

Avengers: Infinity War – Did Gwyneth Paltrow Accidentally Share A Spoiler?

  For a while, it seemed like Gwyneth Paltrow’s Pepper Potts would slowly get faded out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With her rising salary and overall decreasing importance, it seemed like she may go the way of Natalie Portman — they even went out of their way to write her out of Captain America: […]

MoviePass Offers New Promotion For Costco Customers

The monthly subscription service MoviePass is once again making news, by throwing in access to the streaming service Fandor. This latest deal is for customers of the buy-in-bulk giant, Costco. MoviePass has already made a couple of price drops this year, the first one being a huge reduction from $30 per month, to just $9.95. […]

Universal Crosses The $5 Billion Worldwide

I guess it’s not how you get there, as long as you make it to the mark. Disney and Warner Bros. have already hit the $5 billion club for the year at box offices worldwide. Thanks to The Wrap we also now have word that Universal has now also hit that mark. Universal reached this […]

George Lucas Thinks Star Wars: The Last Jedi Was ‘Beautifully Made’

Right now, critics are all but raving about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest entry in the ongoing epic saga that is Star Wars. I’ve already given my own thoughts about the film in my full review (which you can check out HERE), but of course, you’re not here for that. You’re here to […]

Comic Book Review: Bloodshot Salvation #4 Rampage’s Origin

This week Valiant Entertainment takes a step back in Bloodshot Salvation #4 written by Jeff Lemire with artwork by Mico Suayan. With present day Bloodshot stuck in the future, and flashback Bloodshot having had his nanites deactivated, this seemed like a perfect time to look back at the origins of Bloodshot’s newest adversary Rampage. In […]

Annihilation Trailer 2: Alex Garland’s Sci-Fi Epic Gets Real

Writer-director Alex Garland made a splash a couple years back with his thoughtful sci-fi film, Ex Machina. Like many sci-fi stories before it, it really brought into question what it means to be human. For his next film, Garland isn’t venturing outside of the genre of science fiction, but he is going for a different […]

Zack Kaplan’s Port Of Earth #2 Sets Up A Ticking Time Bomb

Top Cow’s Port of Earth #2 by Zack Kaplan is out this week and it beings by looking back at the deal that was made with the Consortium to open a port on Earth on exchange for technology. A reporter asks, who got the best deal? Back in the first issue we learned that the […]

Destiny 2: Curse Of Osiris DLC Review

The first piece of DLC for Destiny 2 dropped on December 5th called Curse Of Osiris. After following this game from its inception here at LRM, we decided to review this newest addition to the game from Bungie. If you have been following some of our previous stories on Destiny 2 which you can find […]

Goosebumps 2 Gets New Director, Jack Black Still Not Confirmed To Return

No one really expected much out of that first Goosebumps movie. It was a film based on a brand that had long since enjoyed its heyday. Sure, it was still around, but no one really knew what to expect from a film that was based on the property as a whole, and not just one […]

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