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Fox isn’t afraid of revivals, and it seems that Buffy, the Vampire Slayer is at least on its list of possibilities. With shows like Prison Break and The X-Files already being brought back by Fox, talk has turned to what could be next. Speaking at the INTV Conference, Fox group chai Gary Newman shared some… read more

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As much as I want to get excited for Pacific Rim Uprising, it just isn’t happening. Pacific Rim wasn’t deep, or even close to perfect, but it was enjoyable, and it set up a fun world as Guillermo del Toro often does. With different creative folks running the film the second time around, I just… read more


Apparently, people just can’t get enough of the people of Wakanda. Black Panther had a massive hold in its fourth weekend taking in $41.13M. Domestically it sits now at $562M and globally has hit $1.078B globally. This places it at the second highest domestic gross for the MCU and fourth on the worldwide list. Second… read more

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Frank Herbert’s Dune is a layered, dense work, and it looks as though Denis Villeneuve is thinking it may take him two films to adapt it. Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049, Sicario) is on board to tackle Herbert’s Dune which has previously hit the big screen in the 1980s from David Lynch, and on TV as… read more

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Netflix is getting heavy into the comics game with its latest acquisition, Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Universe. During the 1990s there was a massive shift to creator-owned books, and this was exemplified by the early days of Image Comics. Under that umbrella big name creators had their own little corners of the company. Rob Liefeld –… read more

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After years of rumors and false starts, it appears we are finally going to get a live-action Star Wars TV series. Lucasfilm announced on Thursday that Jon Favreau had been tapped to executive produce and write a live-action Star Wars TV series for Disney’s upcoming streaming service expected to launch in 2019. No other information… read more

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Thanos hasn’t even put on the Infinity Gauntlet yet and he’s already throwing the entire film industry into chaos. Avengers: Infinity War was originally scheduled to release in the U.S. on May 4 and other territories on April 27. The studios knew this and had planned accordingly. Then Marvel changed its mind and all territories… read more

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Netflix is just pumping out original content, and more specifically its little corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is filling up pretty fast. Jessica Jones season 2 lands this Friday, but Netflix decided on Tuesday to go ahead and tease the second season of Luke Cage. Come June 22, it’s time to head back up… read more

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Netflix has released a full-length trailer for Lost in Space, and this is not a cheap looking series in any sense of the meaning. Lets be honest, the original Lost in Space was about as cheaply made as possible. That was just the way of the time period. Not a huge deal. On the other… read more

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T’Challa extends his reign at the box office with a massive third weekend. Black Panther had a massive hold in its third weekend taking in $65.7M. Domestically it sits now at $501.1M and globally has hit $897.7M. This places it at the second highest domestic gross for the MCU and fifth on the worldwide list.… read more

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Hollywood is celebrating this weekend with the biggest awards of them all. No, not the Oscars. The Razzies were announced Saturday night, and you know which awards show intrigues me more. Lets just say, it’s just an honor to be nominated, of course, but these were the films and people to take them home this… read more

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It’s time for another Carrousel ceremony! According to a report from Deadline, Warner Brothers is no longer just toying with a remake of Logan’s Run, but has actually signed on crew. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2 scribe Peter Craig is apparently onboard to write the script and Simon Kinberg is moving from his first… read more

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