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Stranger Things: So…Apparently There’s A Sexy Eleven Costume

We’re a few short weeks from the release of the second season of the Netflix original series Stranger Things. Naturally, we’re all getting in the spirit of both the series and Halloween. What better way than to dress up as our favorite characters? Well, it was bound to happen, but it looks like someone has […]

Giovanni Ribisi Back For All Avatar Sequels

James Cameron wasn’t kidding when he said most of the characters would be back for the sequels to Avatar. According to Deadline, there’s another actor who will be coming back for some more hot blue-on-blue action. The actor in question is Giovanni Ribisi, who portrayed the character of Parker Selfridge, who was one of the […]

Riverdale ‘Nighthawks’ Trailer: Archie Is Cursed

The season premiere of Riverdale saw a close to the arc that kicked off the first season of the show, with certain loved ones involved in the murder of Jason Blossom, and another on the brink of death. However, while the show was involved in wrapping up those loose ends, it was also involved in […]

Thor: Ragnarok Runtime Revealed

Thor: Ragnarok has an official runtime folks! According to the British Board of Film Classification, the god of thunder’s next picture lasts 130 minutes. That means the film is two hours and 10 minutes in length (plus 21 seconds…if that matters). This comes months after a comment from director Taika Waititi back during San Diego […]

Justice League: Zack Snyder Sole Credited Director, Film Rated PG-13

The upcoming Justice League film will only have one credited director, and that director is Zack Snyder. This news comes thanks to the legal section of the official Justice League site. This was a question to some fans due to the fact that Snyder left the film a few months back for personal reasons. In […]

Arrow: The Fallout…Or Lack Thereof

Arrow returns with its sixth installment in the series.  What results will viewers find from last season’s finale?  Who survived?  How?  Where does Oliver and the team go from here?  Read on to find out: (Photo Courtesy of The CW) Five Months Later — The episode begins with viewers getting a glimpse of a couple survivors […]

RUMOR: Gambit Will Be A Crime/Heist Film

Rumor has it that the upcoming Gambit film starring Channing Tatum won’t just be your average superhero film. According to Omega Underground co-founder Christopher M, the scuttlebutt is that Gambit will actually be a crime/heist film. So everyone doesn't freak out… GAMBIT is a crime/heist film, be prepared. I'm sure everyone will still freak out […]

Hannibal: Bryan Fuller Discusses The One Murder NBC Wouldn’t Approve

NBC’s TV show adaptation of Hannibal, created by Bryan Fuller (American Gods), was quite gruesome for a Network TV show. The most memorable example was a totem pole made out of human body parts, though there were plenty of other twisted murders that would make John Doe from SE7EN jealous and Dexter blush. But, NBC […]

Lore: Actor Richie Stephens On The Amazon Series, & The Experience In Working With The Streaming Service

Streaming services are changing the way we consume media. From YouTube to Netflix, they bring to the table new and unique ideas that were never possible in standard network television. One studio who’s also working to pave new ground in this arena is Amazon. One such unique series they’ve just brought to their streaming series […]

Thor: Ragnarok’s Tessa Thompson Wants An All-Female Team-Up Film

At this week’s press junket for Thor: Ragnarok, actress Tessa Thompson, who plays Valkyrie in the film, told a story about approaching Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige with other Marvel Cinematic Universe heroines to ask about an all-female team-up movie, per CBR. At the press junket, Feige told the press about the intimidation factor that […]

Kevin Feige On Bringing The Current MCU Arc To A Conclusion In Avengers 4

The Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t ending after Avengers 4 (or Avengers Untitled) in 2019, but the film does represent the end of an era, a sort of conclusion for the past 10 years of MCU films that started with Iron Man in 2008. That being said, Avengers 4 is not actually the end, as there will […]

How Kingsman: The Golden Circle Screwed Over Female Fans

In April of this year, I was waiting with bated breath for the first proper trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the highly anticipated follow-up to a movie that I absolutely fell in love with, 2015’s Kingsman: The Secret Service. When the trailer released, I was elated, but after watching it closer, I started developing […]

Star Wars Rebels New Video Recaps Seasons 1-3

If you are not completely caught up with Star Wars: Rebels this post contains spoilers Star Wars Rebels returns for its fourth and final season this Monday, and to celebrate that, a recap video of the first three seasons was released on the official Star Wars YouTube channel. Over the last few years we have […]

Roswell Reboot Being Developed At The CW

According to TheWrap, The CW, along with Carina Adly MacKenzie, who is known for her work on the vampire show The Originals, is developing a reboot of the sci-fi series, Roswell. The show will stray slightly from the original series in that, along with aliens, the show will have a focus on immigration, as the title character is the daughter of […]

Murder On The Orient Express: Check Out The New Action-Packed TV Spot!

20th Century Fox has just released a new TV spot for Murder on the Orient Express, this November’s adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel from 1934. Watch it now, if you haven’t already! This latest TV spot offers more action and less mystery than the teaser trailer or second trailer for the film, but […]

Max Landis Adapting His Comic Green Valley Into A Film

Screenwriter Max Landis is adapting his historical fantasy comic mini-series Green Valley into a film, per Film Buff Online. He is writing the screenplay based on his own comic. Landis is often considered the “bad boy” of screenwriting, due to his very opinionated twitter feed and open criticism of studios that mangle his scripts. He […]

Jennifer Connelly Hopes To Return To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

In the recent Spider-Man: Homecoming, Jennifer Connelly’s vocal skills were utilized as Karen, the A.I. in Spider-Man’s suit. It was an unexpected and surprising role, and one that served as a great character for Peter to bounce ideas off of. However, the last we heard of the character was before Peter got his suit taken […]

Luke Evans Wants To Return To The Fast And Furious Franchise

Actor Luke Evans recently spoke with Screen Rant and expressed his desire to one day return the Fast & Furious franchise. Evans has played Owen Shaw, the brother of Jason Statham’s character, Deckard Shaw, in three of the Fast & Furious movies. “I would be very happy to be involved with them, yes. Fast and Furious has […]

How Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Connects To The Original Film

The fun, magic, and wonder of the 1995 classic, Jumanji, returns to theaters this December with Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. The original film starred the great Robin Williams, who tragically passed away 3 years ago, and with the reboot of Jumanji, there comes a certain responsibility to pay homage to the original that is beloved by a […]

A New Clip From Supernatural Season 13: Lost And Found

This post contains spoilers for Supernatural Season 13 The Winchester brothers make their return this week for an impressive thirteenth season of Supernatural. A new clip surfaced yesterday showing the monster hunting siblings driving in the vehicle fans lovingly refer to as the “metallicar”. The video shows a very distraught Dean Winchester basically giving a […]

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