Archive for September 27, 2017
It was previously reported that season 4 of The Flash would introduce another DC superhero, the Elongated Man. Played by Hartley Sawyer, Ralph Dibny is expected to work alongside Barry Allen at S.T.A.R. Labs. However, it appears that the two will have differing philosophies over “how to be a good guy,” indicating that the character won’t be as heroic as his comic book counterpart.
At the end of season 3 finale, “Finish Line,” Barry made a monumental decision following the defeat of Savitar. Taking the place of Jay Garrick, Barry went into the Speed Force, presumably forever. However, certain circumstances will lead to ...
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The Mist has been canceled by Spike TV after one season. Critical and commercial failure of The Dark Tower movie aside, 2017 has been a pretty good year when it comes to film and TV adaptations of Stephen King stories. Director Andy Muschietti’s film adaptation of IT is clearly the biggest winner of the bunch, breaking all kinds of box office records. The Audience Network’s TV series version of Mr. Mercedes has also earned lots of good reviews, as have Netflix’s upcoming movies Gerald’s Game and 1922.
Unfortunately, in the midst of all that King-based success comes a casualty, that being Spike’s TV adaptation of King’s classic novella ...
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The Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises are among some of the most beloved franchises in cinema history, and Harrison Ford has now revealed why he finds both series very special. The legendary actor got his first big break in Hollywood by playing the scoundrel Han Solo in George Lucas’ original Star Wars trilogy in the ’70s and ’80s, and then he continued his blockbuster streak by playing Dr. Henry Jones, Jr., aka Indiana Jones, in Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones trilogy throughout the rest of the ’80s.
Ford ended up reprising his role as Dr. Jones in Spielberg’s critically maligned follow-up,
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