[Warning: Contains MAJOR SPOILERS for The Vision #12.]
One of the real shockers from Tom King’s 12-issue story arc on Marvel’s biomechanical Avenger The Vision is how little it focused on actual super-heroics. Rather than a Leave It to Beaver for the android set, King (now showcasing his astute storytelling on DC’s Batman “Rebirth” line) actually developed a taught serial thriller which established Vision’s likeable and all-too-human family. In building his super-powerful suburban clan, Vision used the brainwaves of his ex-wife Scarlet Witch (with her blessing, of course) to create a synthezoid wife, Virginia, and two children Viv and Vin. What could possibly go wrong, right?
Unfortunately, Vision’s American ...
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It’s common for movies to be produced under a working title, a code name that is often meant to disguise the production or act as a placeholder for the movie’s real title before it is determined. Avengers: Infinity War, on the other hand, is already known as the name of the highly anticipated sequel, but now the production’s cover may have been blown.
The fourth Avengers movie will have a different subtitle from Infinity War, but with the third movie still in pre-production it is not even in need of a working title. Plenty of rumored details of Infinity War, have trickled out and it’s been speculated as to how the Avengers would reunite and what kind of role that Star-Lord (Chris ...
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[This post contains SPOILERS for The Walking Dead season 7 premiere.]
The season premiere of The Walking Dead wasn’t only one of the highest rated returns for the hit show, it has also proved to be one of the most talked about episodes in recent television history. Fans were left waiting for over six months in nail-biting anticipation for Negan to finish singing his child’s lullaby and revealing which character would be on the receiving end of Lucille. The premiere shocked the world, with the surprisingly brutal and visceral season opener which saw the loss of two significant players, Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun).
The most heartbreaking of the two deaths was undoubtedly that of Glenn, due ...
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Back in 2008, Paramount released a small first-person, found footage style monster movie known as Cloverfield. The film did much better than anticipated at the box office, grossing just over $170 million on a $25 million budget. The concept of a monster movie done from the perspective of the people living through the event had been done before, but not like this. The success of the film led many to wonder if a sequel would ever be made, but there was no word on such a followup. That is, until at the turn of this year when the first teaser was released for 10 Cloverfield Lane.
This was not a direct sequel, but instead a film set within the same Cloverfield universe. This time, new aliens ...
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Husky voiced actor Michael Massee has died at the age of 61, details of his death aren’t immediately available.
Massee has almost eighty film and television credits to his name including David Fincher’s “Se7en,” “Lost Highway,” “One Fine Day,” “CBGB,” the two “The Amazing Spider-Man” films, playing the primary villain on first season of “24,” and notable appearances on “Rizzoli and Isles,” “Carnivale,” “The X-Files,” “Alias,” “Murder One,” “Supernatural,” “House,” and “The Blacklist.”
However he also became famous for something more infamous – during working on his first major film, 1994’s “The Crow,” he was the one who fired the improperly prepared prop gun that killed Brandon Lee on the set. Massee reportedly never watched the film and returned to New York following the traumatic accident to take time off from acting.
Massee is survived by his wife, Ellen Massee, and their two children.