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According to NBC, discussions have been had about reviving Frasier, but it doesn’t look like it will happen any time soon, if ever. As everything is getting a reboot or revival as of late, it isn’t too surprising to learn that Frasier has come up in discussions. Running for 11 seasons on NBC, ending in… read more

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Did you like Steven Land as Quaritch in Avatar? I hope you did, because you’re about to see a lot more of him. Speaking with Empire, James Cameron has revealed that all four Avatar sequels will feature the same villain. Yep, Land as returning as Quaritch, the walking cliche. (Warning for language) The interesting conceit… read more

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It looks as though Karl Urban may not be done with Judge Dredd quite yet. Speaking this weekend at Star Trek Las Vegas 2017, Karl Urban was asked about the upcoming Judge Dredd: Mega City One television series and whether he might return to the part. I am in discussions with them about that. I… read more

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The latest Stephen King film has scored a win at the box office, but lets not dance. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is The Dark Tower with a very tepid $19.5M off of a $60M budget. Dunkirk came in second with $17.6M. It now sits at $133.55M domestic and $306.55M… read more

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Hasbro is going even deeper into the Transformers film franchise with a new series of animated films. Speaking during a recent investors meeting, Hasbro confirmed that it is working with Boulder Media for theatrical films for My Little Pony and Stretch Armstrong. Additionally it is planning on a Transformers film that does not yet have… read more

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I love Chris Nolan’s Batman movie except for one thing: The Batman voice. Well… that’s been fixed now. Batman: The Animated Series is the best on screen representation of Batman as far as I’m concerned. Any time I read a Batman comic now the voice I hear in my head is that of Kevin Conroy.… read more

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At this point we might as well just face facts that Will & Grace is back as a regular show on NBC. Originally running from 1998 to 2006, it was announced in the spring that Will & Grace was coming back for a revival this fall. It was originally supposed to be 10 episodes, then… read more

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It looks as though fans of the Divergent series are going to have to turn to Starz to finish their story. Confirming numerous rumors, Deadline reported on Wednesday that Lionsgate has hired Adam Cozad to write and exec produce Ascendant while Lee Toland Krieger will exec produce and direct. Both men were going to serve… read more

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Although Star Wars The Last Jedi is still months away, work is underway on Episode IX, and it appears it needs another writer on the project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lucasfilm has hired Jack Thorne to come in and punch up the script for the final film int he new trilogy. The original treatment… read more


Apparently, Tomorrow Studios wants to bring every anime to TV as a live-action series. Tomorrow Studios announced on Monday that it has secured the rights to a live action adaptation of the enormously popular One Piece. The series debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 and is still going strong. The anime has been running… read more

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Christopher Nolan has scored another win at the box office. Sitting at the top of the box office this week is Dunkirk with $28.13M for a 44.3 percent drop. It now sits at $102.83M domestic and $234.13 globally off of a $150M budget. Second place went to The Emoji Movie with $25.65M off of a… read more

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could start a marathon 13 miles in? What if you immediately had a player on third base in a baseball game? Or what about if you launch a series of movies with a very late in life storyline? During San Diego Comic-Con Warner Brothers announced that the first solo… read more

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