Archive for June 6, 2017
With Warner Bros.’ film Wonder Woman smashing box office records and amazing critics and audiences, it’s no surprise that the heroine now has her own movie merch store. The film is the first superhero movie in the DC Comics Universe to be directed by a woman, Patty Jenkins, and has been certified Rotten Tomato fresh by critics with a current score of 93 percent surpassing the likes of both 2016 DC films Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad which both ranked low on the Tomatometer.
Now, Wonder Woman fans can shop ...
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Death comes to us all, but when you live your life vicariously through that little square box in the living room, waving goodbye to your favorite character can be like losing a family member.
Nothing can boost TV ratings like the promise of a big death, and while it could be as simple as closing their eyes and peacefully passing on, most are an all-guns-blazing swan song. We have seen it all: you should also avoid weddings, births, and even other funerals if you expect to make it to the next season of the network’s biggest show alive.
No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games has begun sending out a series of mysterious packages that collectively tease a major announcement. For those in the know, the video game intended to offer players a veritable intergalactic playground in which they were meant to be able to explore an infinite procedurally generated galaxy featuring 18 quintillion planets was an immediate disappointment upon commercial release on PS4 and PC last August.
After struggling to live up to all of the expectations that Hello Games and chief creative director Sean Murray had set players up for leading up to its release, No Man’s Sky has since gone on to become one of the most critically debated ...
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It looks like Stranger Things star David Harbour is being fitted for Hellboy’s “Right Hand of Doom” and the titular role in next year’s franchise reboot for Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. The 42-year-old is expected to wear heavy prosthetics to play the horned Anung Un Rama and offer a wholly new version of the character.
We have already seen promo posters for the film, as well as an impressive artist’s impression of what Harbour could look like in the R-rated feature film, but now that production is underway, we can get a clearer vision of what that will be on our screens.
Harbour took to Instagram to show ...
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