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Fancy Owning Michael Keaton's Batmobile? Now You Can!
If you have a spare $1 million lying around your Batcave, then why not look here for your next purchase? The iconic Batmobile from 1989's Batman is officially up for sale, so fire up the boosters!
Movie Review - 'Call Me By Your Name'
Luca Guadagnino is the poet of idle sexuality. His A Bigger Splash captured the sadness and tragedy of lost love while barely raising its pulse above that of the luxurious, idyllic location, a beachfront European coast where clocks don’t seem to exist. Yes, that film has a tragedy in it that drives the engine of the plot but Guadagnino’s interest lies not with exploring that tragedy but in lingering within the lives of people whose path is toward tragedy, but not a journey defined by that tragedy.
What Could Marvel's Secret Television Project Be?
I was perusing the twitter-verse when I came across a link from comicbook.com. Writer Jay Jayson said: In April, it was revealed that Oscar-winning and Emmy-nominated screenwriter/producer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave, American Crime) is developing a Marvel television project for ABC. Entertainment Weekly, the site that broke the story, only knows that it involves reinventing a hero from Marvel’s stable of characters.
Casting The 'Gotham City Sirens' - Who Could We See In The Female-Led Film?
The news that David Ayers would be returning with Margot Robbie to lead a new film in the DCEU is still fresh in everyone's minds. And even though we've known that Margot Robbie would likely take the lead in a future film, fans were unsure about what storyline it would follow. It sure seems that DC Comics has made a brilliant decision when they announced that Margot would return as Harley Quinn in Gotham City Sirens.
Who Will Assemble The Justice League 'Seven Samurai' Style?
It was no secret that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was laying the foundations for the much larger Justice League ensemble, but with shooting starting in less than two weeks (April 11) Zack Snyder has revealed just who will be bringing the team together.
DOTA Cosplayer Adelhaid Branches Out to Street Fighter and More
Russia's cosplay scene has a lot of folks who are absolutely on point when it comes to their cosplay. Must be something in the vodka, I assume. Maria Avdonushkina aka Adelhaid is a prime example of someone who takes her cosplay to the next level. From Street Fighter to Ghost In The Shell, she always seems to bring her A game into whatever she does. With that in mind, here are five of my favorite works by the amazing Adelhaid.
The Original ‘Back to the Future’ Screenplay Confirms George McFly Did Know About Marty’s Time Traveling
In a deleted scene at the very end of Back to the Future we find Marty’s father, George, in 1985, at his desk looking through a digital scrapbook created by Dr. Emmett Brown. He plugs it in and stops at a page showing a 1955 newspaper clipping with the headline, “Police Quell Near Riot At School Dance.” It shows a photograph of Marty on stage, rocking out to Chuck Berry’s "Johnny B. Goode" and, originally, Bill Haley’s "Rock Around The Clock."
12 Batman Facts A Hardcore Batfan Should Know
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is out and the reviews are in. Love it or loathe it, this year's smash hit is certainly sure to score big at the box office. But what to do now? The inevitable wait for another Ben Affleck outing as the Dark Knight means years of trawling the internet rumor mill. In the meantime you can fill some time by reading these 12 lesser known Batfacts that every Batfan should know.
Why Composer Blake Neely Is the Arrowverse's True Unsung Hero
The CW's highly successful #Arrowverse is a true superhero juggernaut with four shows — #Arrow, #TheFlash, #Supergirl and #LegendsOfTomorrow — featuring a vast number of characters, each with the capability to cross over with one another. This had never been attempted before, but it has certainly worked out for the best.
Was This Pixar's First Transgendered Character?
Inside Out was easily one of the best and most complex storylines that has come out of Pixar, with lovable characters, relatable issues of growing up, and emotional emotions. But as I was thinking about it afterwards, there is a surprising element that I missed during my first screening. See if you can catch it.
Rough Start To The Week? Here Are 5 Awesome Misty Cosplays To Pick Up Your Mood
What is it about Misty that is so alluring? Well, on a personal level she was my second cartoon crush back in the day. First and forever will always be Linka from Captain Planet, but that's a story for another time. We're here to talk about Misty, everyone's favorite redheaded water Pokemon guru. I'll admit, there is an ulterior motive to this list. Let's just say I have a friend in MP who, subjectively speaking, likes Misty cosplays a lot. Objectively speaking, he likes them more than he probably should. So, in the spirit of friendship and for science, here are five of my favorite Misty cosplayers floating around the internet for his and your enjoyment.
5 Reasons Tom Holland is Already a Young Nathan Drake In Disguise
Thanks to his life-altering role as Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 21-year-old Tom Holland has become something of a household name among comic book nerds, little kids, Marvel and MCU fanatics, and Spider-Man fans worldwide. Now, due in no small part to the general success of his recent solo debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming, it seems he has also risen to become one of Hollywood’s most bankable young twenty-something actors. So bankable in fact, that Sony just recently cast him to play a young Nathan Drake in the upcoming film adaptation of Naughty Dog’s hugely popular Uncharted video game series.