Month: October 2021

Former Batwoman lead Ruby Rose has taken to social media to further detail her exit from The CW show, alleging dangerous working conditions on the set and specifically calling out former Warner Bros. Television Studios president Peter Roth, Batwoman producers Caroline Dries and Sarah Schechter, and Arrowverse head-producer Greg Berlanti in the posts. Rose departed Batwoman as
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As if the multiverse mania confirmed for Spider-Man: No Way Home wasn’t providing enough speculative hype, the film is rumored to feature a crucial Marvel Cinematic Universe Netflix nod with the return of Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock—and potentially his costumed crime-fighting alter-ago, Daredevil. While such an appearance would seemingly canonize the events of the revered
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It may seem impossible now, but Marvel and DC Comics have worked together quite a few times over the past few decades. In 1996, they even published two intercompany crossover series called DC vs Marvel/Marvel vs DC. But could something like this ever work on the big screen? It seems pretty unlikely, no matter what
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This article contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War Last August, Candyman and Little Woods director Nia DaCosta was tapped by Marvel Studios to helm the sequel to their 2019 Brie Larson-led blockbuster Captain Marvel, becoming the youngest filmmaker to direct a Marvel film. It’s clear that the Brooklyn-born filmmaker is brimming with passion for her
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This SUPERGIRL article contains spoilers for Season 6, Episode 16, “Nightmare in National City.” Supergirl Season 6 Episode 16 Nia took on Nyxly and her long-absent, transmisogynist sister while Kara juggled heads of state and her decision to unilaterally put a giant dome over half of National City. And yet, the monster that made them put the
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Warning: contains details of returning aliens in Series 13. It’s no coincidence, said BBC Director of Drama Piers Wenger at the Doctor Who: Flux press launch that Series 13 launches on Halloween. “Some extraordinary monsters have been conjured up,” teased Wenger, adding the familiar instruction, “Don’t blink.” Thanks to wily set snoopers and Steven Moffat’s
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Neill Blomkamp is back with Demonic, the first feature film since 2015’s Chappie and to celebrate its home release, we have three copies to give away in our latest competition! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#xFEFF;</span>Demonic follows a young woman who teams up with the Vatican and unwittingly unleashes a
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This article contains spoilers for Only Murders in the Building. Hulu comedy Only Murders in the Building didn’t even have to take its central murder mystery that seriously to begin with. As a satire of America’s true crime podcast obsession, the series could have gotten away with yada yada yada-ing the details of the murder
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As the second season of You ended, the series set the show up quite nicely for the third outing. Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) were headed to the ‘burbs for a new beginning. Love was pregnant, and Joe was already activating his you-radar, honing in on the hottie next door. You was already
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