What New Mutants’ Present-Day Setting Means For the X-Men Timeline

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X-Men The New Mutants Dani Moonstar

By the early ’80s, the classic X-Men were getting older, having kids, being co-opted by evil forces, or dying in battle. So, Marvel charged Chris Claremont and Bob McLeod with creating a new team. The New Mutants debuted in 1982, infusing the X-Men with fresh blood. Their new troop consisted of Danielle Moonstar a.k.a. Mirage (played by Blu Hunt), Rahne Sinclair a.k.a. Wolfsbane (Maisie Williams), Xi’an Coy Manh or Karma, Sam Guthrie or Cannonball (Charlie Heaton), and Roberto da Costa aka Sunspot (Henry Zaga) – and later added Illyana Rasputin a.k.a. Magik (Anya Taylor-Joy).

The movie version takes the New Mutants (minus Karma, for now) and the franchise in a ...

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Arrowverse Crossover Set Photo Shows a New Costume For Captain Cold

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DC's Legends of Tomorrow vs Comics Captain Cold

A new photo from the set of the Arrowverse crossover teases the return of Captain Cold and his new costume. Death rarely means much in the comics, regardless of how aggressively publishers will push the idea for certain characters. Despite marketing campaigns and promises, most every major hero or villain who has died in a Marvel or DC comic eventually returns. When it comes to the Arrowverse, there’s been little deviation from the source material in this regard. And with time travel and parallel worlds both regular fixtures on shows like Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, there’s not much stopping writers from reviving deceased characters.

When it comes to fan-favorite ...

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Ballad of Lefty Brown Trailer Has Bill Pullman Seeking Justice

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Bill Pullman stars as a cowboy seeking justice for his murdered partner in the Old West in the trailer for A24's The Ballad of Lefty Brown.

First Saw 8 Clip Revives One of Jigsaw’s Most Twisted Games

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Jigsaw is back to his old tricks in a horrifying sneak peak at the latest Saw sequel.

15 Jarring Scenes That Take You Out Of Great TV Shows

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In the last decade, television has almost overtaken film in terms of storytelling, character development, and perhaps even popularity. It makes sense; when you spend ten hours a year with these characters for four to ten seasons, you get much more attached to them than if you were just seeing them in a 2-hour movie every three or four years.

Of course, production values for TV shows are much lower quality than their Hollywood counterparts (Game of Thrones still struggles to balance their Direwolf and dragon budgets, for instance). However, we are at a point now where TV shows like The ...

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