30 May

Attention Continuity Nerds: ‘Aquaman’ is Set After ‘Justice League’

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If you like navigating confusing timelines and tracking publishing schedules just so stories make sense, I highly recommend becoming a comic book reader. Here is one of the few entertainment mediums where editorial asterisks will be deployed to explain why a dead character is suddenly alive in the new issue you’re reading – it takes […]

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30 May

‘Paddington 2’ Trailer: The Adorable Bear Scales New Heights of Adventure

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Mysterious things are happening all over London, but Paddington is busy getting involved in his own shenanigans in the eye-popping and adorable trailer for Paddington 2. The sequel to the 2014 fantasy-comedy Paddington, Paddington 2 takes the rollicking adventures of the marmalade-loving bear voiced by Ben Whishaw to new heights, as he must face a dastardly new villain […]

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30 May

‘Friday the 13th’ Video Game Review: A Terrific Horror Game That Actually Feels Like the Movies

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Last week, one of my more anticipated video games of 2017 arrived: Friday the 13th. Well, part of it did. The game is being released in two parts: the multiplayer component, where players can play as camp counselors and the hockey-masked menace who wants to murder them, became available on last Friday. The single player mode is expected […]

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30 May

James Cameron Isn’t Worried About The Gap Between ‘Avatar’ and ‘Avatar 2’

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James Cameron isn’t concerned at all about how the sequel to Avatar is going to perform after a 10-year wait. Considering the first film made around $2.7 billion dollars worldwide, which certainly isn’t a gross you hit because of pure luck, he’s probably correct not be worried. Cameron has defied expectations in the past with the […]

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30 May

‘Wonder Woman’ Review Round-Up: The Best DC Extended Universe Superhero Movie Yet

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Anticipation is high for Wonder Woman, not simply because it is the first female superhero movie of the modern age of comic book films, but also because it is a ray of hope for the abysmally-reviewed DC Extended Universe movies, stretching from Man of Steel to Suicide Squad. With not a fresh tomato rating in sight […]

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30 May

VOTD: ‘Alien: Covenant’ Creates a Lot of Problematic Questions and Plot Holes

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We’re one month into blockbuster summer, and right now the most divisive film seems to be Alien: Covenant. Some fans of the franchise that started with Ridley Scott‘s original sci-fi thriller back in 1979 have been happy to see the franchise evolve in recent years to combine the usual blood, gore and suspense with more […]

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30 May

Cool Stuff: Sphero Turns Lightning McQueen into the Ultimate Interactive Racing Toy

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If you haven’t heard the name Sphero before, they’re the company that came out with the frequently in-demand, app-controlled, interactive toy version of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens droid BB-8. The high-priced item was a popular Christmas gift that flew off the shelves, and it even received a cool update not too long ago […]

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30 May

Superhero Bits: Ben Affleck Tries Christian Bale’s Batman Voice, Spider-Man: Homecoming Tracklist & More

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Want to hear Ben Affleck try to do Christian Bale‘s signature growl as Batman? Which Marvel director is getting their own Funko POP Vinyl figure? Would you like to see an Arrow movie with Stephen Amell teamed up with Batman? What is the new official “Editor’s Cut” of Spider-Man 3? Want to see the Spider-Man: […]

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29 May

Edgar Wright Recruits Everyone for a Totally Real, Not a Joke Simon and Garfunkel Song Title Universe

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With the uncanny coincidence of two Simon and Garfunkel-inspired movie titles, Marc Webb‘s The Only Boy Living in New York and Edgar Wright‘s Baby Driver, coming out this summer, Wright made a tweet for the asking of others to join this accidental Simon and Garfunkel Song Title Cinematic Universe. Amazingly, Wright managed to recruit Rian Johnson, Lin-Manuel […]

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29 May

‘The Silent Man’ Clip: Liam Neeson’s Deep Throat Emerges from the Shadows

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Liam Neeson speaks with a low, hushed tones in the clip for the aptly titled The Silent Man, a film based on the life of Mark Felt, the high-ranking FBI informant revealed to be the infamous “Deep Throat” in the President Richard Nixon Watergate scandal that was chronicles in the Best Picture nominated 1976 film […]

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