Archive for September 16, 2017
Director Josh Boone and several of the film’s main cast members celebrate the end of filming on New Mutants this weekend. The new X-Men spinoff film is currently set to hit theaters next year and is shaping up to be one of the more unique superhero films that 20th Century Fox has ever released. As such, the film is the latest installment in the studio’s recent push to begin diversifying their X-Men cinematic universe as much as possible, following the overwhelming financial and critical success that both Deadpool and Logan have experienced these past two years.
After all, both those films were praised for their refreshingly unique tones and serious commitment to getting their ...
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Sailor Moon is beloved by viewers of all ages, genders, and walks of life for many reasons.
It boasts one of the most iconic animated female protagonists of all time. It has a storyline that’s both packed with action and filled with heartwarming scenes. There are really cool LGBT characters, several great romantic storylines, and a whole encompassing theme about the importance of endurance and friendship.
When you get past the DiC English dub, it is definitely one of the best magical girl anime of all time. Plus, Sailor Moon also has one of the most interesting female villains of all time too.
To the casual viewer of Sailor Moon or
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Paul Bettany has already wrapped his scenes for the young Han Solo spinoff movie, and director Ron Howard’s set photo marking the occasion shows off some of the set they were shooting on. A veteran of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Bettany became a part of Disney’s other mega cash cow just a couple of weeks ago when he took on an undisclosed role in Han Solo, which continues to make its way through production under Howard’s steady hand. This is the third time the two have collaborated in their careers, following A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code.
When Howard took over for the fired Phil Lord and Chris Miller in ...
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Although we love hearing about how well the cast of a movie or tv series gets along, it is the notorious Hollywood fueds that catch our attention in the headlines. The more successful a series becomes, the more opportunities there are for inflated egos and rivalries to emerge.
Between unreasonable demands, selfish diva behaviors, or even poor work ethic, epic on-set feuds are bound to happen. Some onscreen friends and couples project amazing chemistry onscreen but secretly loathe each other when the cameras stop rolling.
In the most extreme cases, however, one star must be sacrificed for the remaining cast to be successful. ...
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The Orville star Seth MacFarlane hints that the much beloved science miniseries Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey may be gearing up for a second season of highly entertaining and educational television.
Cosmos: A Personal Voyage debuted as a 13-episode PBS series in 1980, hosted by Carl Sagan. It was a revolutionary moment for science-themed television, winning Emmys and Peabodys and becoming the most watched series in PBS history. MacFarlane, mostly known for the decidedly lowbrow humor of FOX animated series like Family Guy and American Dad, was a lifelong fan of Sagan’s series, and used his clout with FOX to revive the series in 2014, now hosted by popular astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The ...
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