Archive for September 1, 2017
The Flash star John Wesley Shipp is suggesting fans take to Twitter to voice their desire to see him don the red and gold costume he wore when he starred as Barry Allen in the 1990 series about the scarlet speedster.
In the wake of Tim Burton’s 1989 box office smash Batman, DC decided to give one of their heroes a small screen spin, which resulted in CBS’s 1990 iteration of The Flash. The show borrowed stylistically from Burton’s Batman, even bringing in composer Danny Elfman (Elfman can’t seem to stay away from the DC Universe, as he’ll be ...
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Brenton Thwaites joined DC’s Titans series as Dick Grayson aka Robin, but new fan art imagines him as the character’s other alterego: Nightwing. While The CW’s own DC Comics television universe has flourished – and expanded to include four series, with another, unconnected show set to debut this season – a live-action take on the Teen Titans was stalled for sometime at TNT. Eventually, it was announced that TNT had passed on the Teen Titans series, but the show landed on DC Comics’ own upcoming streaming service, with the somewhat simplified title of Titans.
Paul Bettany has been tapped by director Ron Howard to replace Michael K. Williams in the young Han Solo movie. It’s been a roller coaster ride for the second Star Wars anthology movie since it began earlier this year, hitting a low with the firing of co-directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from the production earlier this summer, and quickly getting back on track with the hiring of veteran Lucasfilm actor and director Howard to finish principal photography on the movie, as well as its reshoots.
With only occasional tweets from Howard from the set to let fans know that shooting on the film was status quo, the production has largely avoided ...
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The amount of nudity displayed in commercials has certainly gone down in the US and the UK, but in many other countries, the use of sexual imagery to sell still prevails. That’s not to say that this has totally disappeared from Western advertising.
If you’ve recently been traveling underground in London, you’ve probably spotted a slimming milkshake advert on the escalators with the slogan: “Shake it! Suck it! Slurp it!” and a woman sucking on a straw. Perhaps it was just an innocent advert about how to drink your milkshake, but it would be pretty naive to not ...
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