31 Oct

Dwayne Johnson's Acting Career Could Have Included A Stint As Johnny Bravo

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In 2002, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was finishing up his time with the newly renamed World Wrestling Entertainment. After electrifying audiences over the course of his short but extremely memorable career in the ring, Johnson was already dipping his toes into the film industry, with appearances in “The Mummy Returns” and “The Scorpion King.” With […]

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31 Oct

A Tribute To Star Trek: Lower Decks' Ensign Beckett Mariner, One Of The Great Trek Characters

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This article contains spoilers for season 3 of “Star Trek: Lower Decks.” “Star Trek” is inspirational television that offers a more optimistic, hopeful glimpse of our future than just about anything else out there. There’s an element of escapism to be had, because who can deny the fun of imagining yourself exploring the stars with Captain Kirk […]

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31 Oct

Superhero Bits: Shazam! Fury Of The Gods Wraps Production, An Angry Wolverine In Deadpool 3 & More

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(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.) In this edition of Superhero Bits: “Shazam! […]

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31 Oct

Pam Dawber Was Cast In Mork & Mindy Before She Knew It Even Existed

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One of the most famous ’70s TV shows was Garry Marshall’s “Happy Days.” TV audiences loved the warm idealism of The Cunningham family who offered unconditional love and acceptance to their children and the neighborhood bad boy, Arthur Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler). But, by 1977, some were ready for a change, including Marshall’s own son. According […]

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31 Oct

Ke Huy Quan Took His Fanny-Pack Combat Training For Everything Everywhere All At Once Very Seriously

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One of the most rewarding things to come out of the phenomenal success of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is witnessing the glorious renaissance of actor Ke Huy Quan (“The Goonies,” “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”).  A24’s highest grossing film is an engrossing action fantasy that transports Quan’s character Waymond Wang and his […]

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31 Oct

How Steve Martin Came Up With One Of The Jerk's Best Quotes

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Over the years, there have been countless ways through clever sayings to let someone know that they’re stupid. “If dumb was dirt, you would be an acre” is a personal favorite. The origins of these sayings usually date back to frontier humor or military jokes to keep morale up among the troops. Reference books like […]

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31 Oct

The Grossest Scene In Barbarian Was Actually Hilarious To Film

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This article contains major spoilers for “Barbarian.” This past September, “Barbarian” became a surprise horror hit. With a production budget of just $4 million and minimal marketing, the film went on to gross an impressive $40.5 million at the domestic box office, mostly through the film’s strong word of mouth praise. If you have a […]

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31 Oct

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury Goes On A Date In 'Reflection In An Icy Eye'

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Another week, another great episode of “The Witch From Mercury.” This time, Suletta crosses another entry off her list and goes on a date. Not with her fiance Miorine, or with her wannabe fiance Guel, but with the mysterious Elan Ceres. Elan has been getting to know Suletta since the very beginning of the series, […]

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31 Oct

The Deadpool Team Knew It Was Risky Making A Movie That Couldn't Be Seen By Teens

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With the exception of some of our darker and grittier Batman reboots, superhero movies have typically been films that the whole family can enjoy together. Sure, Iron Man may occasionally make a rude joke or two, but ultimately you’re not going to see a ton of blood, gore, or death. “Deadpool” was a gigantic exception […]

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31 Oct

Why Christopher Lee Was Reluctant To Voice Count Dooku In Star Wars: The Clone Wars [Exclusive]

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George Lucas’ “Star Wars” prequel trilogy, in this author’s humble opinion, are films with strong concepts but jumbled execution. Consider, for example, Count Dooku. On paper, a morally gray Force user who comes to recognize the failings of the Jedi Order, only to succumb to the dark side, sounds fascinating. Later “Star Wars” projects would […]

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