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Will the Success of 'Doctor Strange' Result in Darker Marvel Movies?
It's been a month since the initial release of Marvel's #DoctorStrange, and it's still one of the most talked about topics on the internet. People simply can't get enough, and can we blame them? The hype around this movie was massive, and just from the trailers we could tell that it was going to mean big things for the MCU. One thing's for sure: This is not your average Marvel movie. Doctor Strange brings a few things to the table — having a somewhat unlikely hero taking the lead, introducing magic into the #MCU, and of course, the film's tone itself is darker than most Marvel films. The internet seems fairly torn. Will these changes be for better or worse?
Why 'Hacksaw Ridge' Is One of the Must-See Movies of the Year
Finally have some free time and thinking of going to the movies, but not sure what to see? I can relate to the feeling. After all, November is filled with so many incredible choices such as Dr. Strange or Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. However, there's a film that you definitely do not want to miss, and that would be #HacksawRidge.
How 'Westworld' Is Bringing Female Empowerment to a Worldwide Audience in Unexpected Ways
There's no question that #HBO'>#HBO's #Westworld is one of the biggest shows on television right now, and it deserves to be. Each week surprises the audience with new revelations and thrills. From the mysterious Arnold to the now infamous orgy scene, #HBO'>#HBO is pulling out all the stops with this sci-fi hit. However, arguably the most exciting thing about Westworld is not its unanswered questions or controversial choices, but its undeniably powerful female characters. When the pilot first aired, Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores, spoke to Entertainment Weekly and said that the show is "revolutionary for women." With each episode that passes, the truth of that statement becomes more and more clear as we are exposed to the strength and resilience of the ladies both within and without of the park. Four in particular come to mind.
4 'Harry Potter' Fan-Fictions That Will Actually Make You Ship Dramione
It's been almost ten years since the release of the final #HarryPotter book, The Deathly Hallows, and five since the final film was released. However, with under a month to go until the long anticipated movie adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the proof is in the pudding that the Harry Potter fandom is still very much alive. From book and movie marathons to cosplay and beautiful artwork, fans are still showing their love in every way they can. One of the most popular of which has to be #fanfiction. If you head over to fanfiction.net and click books, you will see that Harry Potter has the most fanfics out there, with an astounding 752,000 fics. To put that in perspective, the second highest is Twilight with 218,000. Crazy!
Why We Should Stop Ignoring Henry Mills From 'Once Upon a Time'
The sixth season of ABC's hit fairy tale show Once Upon A Time is less than two weeks away, and fans are gearing up for what could be the biggest season yet. Season 5 left Belle, pregnant with Rumpelstiltskin's child, trapped in a box, Hook returning to Storybrooke alive and well, the death of our beloved Robin Hood, along with the return of the renowned Evil Queen herself. Between Regina's evil half, Mr. Hyde, and whichever villains The Land of Untold Stories can bring, this season could easily be one of the biggest and best.
5 Female Comic Book Characters That Could (and Should) Head Their Own Films
Superhero films are all the rage right now. Whether they're causing controversy or highly anticipated, it's impossible to go onto the internet without coming across some sort of superhero news. Currently, one of the most talked about characters is without a doubt the crazy, bubbly Harley Quinn. The question remains: When will DC finally give in and give movie fans the film they've been asking for?
The Cast of 'Suicide Squad': Then Vs Now
DC's Suicide Squad, which has been in theaters for nearly two weeks now, continues to prove to the critics that bad reviews will not stop fans from coming. So far it has raised $465 million in global ticket sales! This film is surrounded by controversy — particularly with Harley Quinn — and has sparked huge debate among fans and critics alike. Part of that problem are, of course, the costumes. Love them or hate them, they are an important part of the movie. Some of the actors are completely unrecognizable in their super villain get-ups, and I'm not just talking about Killer Croc.
5 Reasons Why the 'Ghostbusters' Reboot Is Actually Amazing
From Power Rangers to It, reboots have never been more popular. Some fall flat while others rise to the occasion. One reboot that no one seems to be able to agree on is Paul Feig's supernatural comedy, #Ghostbusters. The trailer certainly took a verbal beating, swiftly becoming YouTube's most disliked trailer of all time. Some claimed it ruined their childhood while other comments were much more troubling, mainly revolving around the so-called fact that women can't be funny. Some of the comments are actually frighteningly sexist. However, despite the negative response, this remake has plenty of fans as well. You can count me among them and there are plenty of reasons why.
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The 9 'American Horror Story' Characters That Are Still Giving Us the CreepsTop Story - December 2017
The writers over at FX's American Horror Story are constantly pushing themselves, which makes for both great and terrifying content. As one of the best and darkest shows on television, they write characters who we love to love as well as who keep us up at night. Viewers want characters who will scare them. It's easier to love and relate to a hero when there's a common villain that we can loathe and fear. Here are 10 characters from American Horror Story who still send shivers up my spine.
'Once Upon a Time': 7 Theories for the Future of TV's Favorite Fairy Tale Show
Once Upon a Time has brought us many incredible plot lines over the years, from the well known enchanted forest to the great and powerful Oz itself. Whether it's a roguish pirate like Hook or a daring warrior like Merida, each season brings new characters for us to fall in love with. Season 6 won't be an exception. With teasers and hints being released at the San Diego Comic Con, fans are left wondering where this upcoming season of ABC's hit fairy tale show could be taking us next. Who will be the villain? What is the greatest challenge that our heroes will be facing this season? Here are just a seven of the endless possibilities for the future of TV'S favorite fairy tale show.
'Once Upon a Time': 5 Reasons Why Hook Is Our Favorite Lovable Rogue
ABC's magical show Once Upon a Time is overflowing with amazing characters, from Snow White to the not-so-evil Queen, but perhaps most beloved by fans is the infamous Captain Hook. Many have promised to swear off the show if he were to leave it, and as a huge fan myself, I understand the reasoning. He's heroic and exciting, as well as brave and bad. He brings a lot to the screen and to the story, which makes him so easy to love! While they are countless reasons why he's a lovable character, here are five of the biggest reasons why so many fans adore Hook.
The 6 'Game of Thrones' Characters Who Are the Genuine Heroes of Westeros
Game of Thrones is arguably most well known for killing off its popular characters. But what it should be known for is the depth of its characters. While most shows have clearly defined villains and heroes, HBO's hit fantasy show brings characters that are complex in their thoughts and actions. This makes them more than just characters on a screen. It makes them human. Almost every character has both dark and light within them, the potential for good or evil. It's their choices that make them what they are. And these are six characters who, despite their flaws, deserve the title of the hero.