Archive for July 18, 2017
The season three trailer for Outlander is here. When World War II nurse Claire Randall found herself hundreds of years in the past, all she wanted to do was go home to her husband Frank. But over time, she fell in love with Jaime Fraser, a highlander who was a bitter enemy of Frank’s own ancestor and chose to stay in the past. So when season two began with Claire in 1948, it was clear that something terrible must have happened to send her home. Still, she remained in her own time for twenty years, with Frank and her daughter Brianna. Only to decide to go back, and find Jaime once more.
Most of the second season was spent in 1744. What little was shown of Claire’s time was specifically in the years 1948 and 1968, with almost none of what happened during the 20 years between explained. However, ...
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A new report adds a number of heroes from Marvel Comics to Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man spinoff Silver & Black. Ever since Sony announced plans to bring Venom and Silver & Black to theaters, questions have arisen as to whether this new universe would connect to the MCU. While Kevin Feige has said they’re two separate things, yesterday’s reveal of Scorpion and other villains as part of Silver & Black has thrown that into question.
For now, nothing official has been revealed about the upcoming film except that Gina Prince-Bythewood will direct and its focus will be on anti-heroes Black Cat and Silver Sable. With yesterday’s news, however, we potentially have a better idea of how the ...
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Poor DC Extended Universe! You would think that the company which essentially invented comic book superheroes with Superman’s first appearance in Action Comics #1 would make them the best purveyors of cinematic meta-human goodness. But Warner Bros. has had trouble living up to the wildly successful Marvel Cinematic Universe series of films that has been efficiently rolling out crowd pleasers since
Where outings like Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers score major points for their moments of comic relief, the DCEU has so far been received as way too grim by audiences. But it doesn’t have to be that way – and ...
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