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  • Tom Chapman
    Published 3 years ago
    Sony Near, Sony Far: 'Deadpool' Writers Reflect On Their Cancelled 'Venom' Script

    Sony Near, Sony Far: 'Deadpool' Writers Reflect On Their Cancelled 'Venom' Script

    2017 brought news of a Venom film crashing to Earth in a meteorite of fandom, and it now looks like #Sony is moving full-steam ahead with the plans. Shooting is set to start as early as autumn this year with a 2018 release, so there isn't much time for the symbiote to suit up. The character has been in our lives since the mid-'80s, and has had several scrapped plans for a solo-outings, but it is unknown how much (if any) of the previous ideas scriptwriters Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner will incorporate into the alien anti-hero's next live-action outing.
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published 3 years ago
    The Award for the Best Actor in a TV Comic Book Series

    The Award for the Best Actor in a TV Comic Book Series

    Comic Books are beginning to take over pop culture. Almost every month we are greeted by a new incarnation of a comic book film on the big screen, and every week on our television.
  • Lewis Jefferies
    Published 3 years ago
    Matt LeBlanc Reveals How He Dislocated His Shoulder While Filming 'Friends'

    Matt LeBlanc Reveals How He Dislocated His Shoulder While Filming 'Friends'

    Friends tells the story of six close friends who all lead exciting lives with different career paths, making every character unique. The sitcom will always be remembered for its hilarious and dramatic storylines, as well as the absurdly hilarious moments from the series. For example: When Joey suddenly turned up at Monica's apartment wearing a sling.
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published 3 years ago
    Could Animated TV Shows Improve the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

    Could Animated TV Shows Improve the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

    If you have not heard the news that the amazing directing duo of Phil Lord and Chris Miller will be directing a animated Spider-Man movie separate from the MCU, then allow me to break the news for you.
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published 3 years ago
    Just for Fun: Imagine Kevin Hart as John Stewart

    Just for Fun: Imagine Kevin Hart as John Stewart

    Before you go calling me one of the worst fan casters to ever live, take a second and at least read the second paragraph. I have came up with an idea for a series of articles I am going to start doing titled "Just For Fun."
  • Matthew Bailey
    Published 3 years ago
    The 7 Must See DC Animated Movies to Watch Before the Live-Action 'Justice League'

    The 7 Must See DC Animated Movies to Watch Before the Live-Action 'Justice League'

    When DC started making live-action feature films the world was wowed. Then it seemed that the genre took a turn for the worse as we were given two reasons why nobody cared about live-action superheroes anymore.
  • Tom Chapman
    Published 3 years ago
    Should Netflix Prepare To Receive Death Threats Over 'Death Note' Whitewashing?

    Should Netflix Prepare To Receive Death Threats Over 'Death Note' Whitewashing?

    As the trailer for Adam Wingard's Death Note airs for Netflix, some people are already calling it "the most Netflix thing ever." Unsurprisingly, the western adaptation is already caught in a web of controversy, and #GhostintheShell will likely get off lightly compared the furor that is coming #Netflix's way. The streaming giant isn't exactly towing the line of racial sensitivity at the moment, and Wingard's upcoming #DeathNote looks like it is next in the firing line.
  • Tyler Callaway
    Published 3 years ago
    Does Hollywood Really "Ruin Childhoods?"

    Does Hollywood Really "Ruin Childhoods?"

    We live in a world where our childhood loves come to life on the big screen. Transformers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and soon the Power Rangers. While these movies are hit with much backlash, one thing remains the same.
  • Lewis Jefferies
    Published 3 years ago
    'Harry Potter' Star Robert Hardy Dead at 91: A Look at His Magical Career

    'Harry Potter' Star Robert Hardy Dead at 91: A Look at His Magical Career

    Legendary actor Robert Hardy has sadly passed away today at the age of 91. Hardy's career in stage, television and film lasted more than 70 years, and Hardy became well-known for his roles in All Creatures Great and Small and as the Minister for Magic, Cornelius Fudge, in the Harry Potter universe.