Archive for September 18, 2017
The latest trailer for season 4 of Gotham proves Bruce and Selina will both start to a lot more like their comic book counterparts. After three seasons of slowly fleshing out the criminal underbelly of Gotham City and teasing the rise of Bruce Wayne and Jim Gordon as atypical heroes, FOX is finally ready to lean into its Batman prequel. Along with fully-fledged supervillains such as the Riddler and Mr. Freeze, the upcoming episodes of Gotham will see Butch become Solomon Grundy, Selina start acting more like Catwoman, and Bruce finally assuming the first incarnation of his infamous mantle.
While many of these ideas were teased in the season 3 finale, the marketing for this month’s premiere of Gotham has seen the shown heavily rely on its comic connections. We’ve already seen a trailer that spotlights the menace of the Scarecrow and the many factions that will attempt to stop the supervillain. We’ve even seen some ...
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Fans of the Duffer brothers’ hit series Stranger Things will only have a few more weeks to visit the series-inspired pop-up bar in Chicago as Netflix has politely asked the owners to shut it down. The sci-fi horror series that debuted on Netflix last year quickly gathered a large following, and was renewed for a second season, set to be released on October 27.
It doesn’t come as a surprise, then, that fans have gotten creative with their love for the series, as seen in Chicago where a themed pop-up ...
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Adrianne Palicki still regrets that her Wonder Woman television series never took, but she’s glad the character is thriving on the big screen in the capable hands of Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.
Palicki, currently starring as Commander Kelly Grayson in Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi dramedy The Orville, has been a near constant presence on television since she first wowed audiences as Tyra Collette in NBC’s classic small-town football drama, Friday Night Lights. When that series ended in 2011, Palicki’s career seemed poised to take a giant leap forward as she was cast as Wonder Woman in a small screen adaptation for NBC spearheaded television legend David E. Kelley.