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John Carpenter Is Heavily Involved In Halloween Sequel

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Legendary filmmaker John Carpenter remains heavily involved with the ongoing Halloween franchise. Carpenter had directed and co-written the original 1978 Halloween alongside his longtime producing partner, Debra Hill. The film’s overwhelming critical and commercial success revolutionized the horror genre and helped popularize slasher films and the final girl trope seen in horror flicks throughout the ’80s. Although Carpenter co-wrote the sequel and produced both the second and third installments in the series, he has remained absent from the franchise since 1982.

Still, Hollywood has always had a tough time letting go of successful horror franchises, and that’s why Michael Myers’ story has been told and retold numerous times on the big screen and continues to ...

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Superman Gets A Colorful Fan-Made Justice League Poster

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Justice League fan art gives Superman (Henry Cavill) a poster in the style of the colorful character prints that were recently unveiled. Warner Bros. initially kicked off their DC Extended Universe – though that’s not its official name – with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel in 2013. Cavill returned as the Last Son of Krypton in the true universe launchpad, Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, which additionally introduced Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), as well as Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher). The five heroes of the DCEU are set to team up in this fall’s ...

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DC Movies Will Embrace ‘Collaboration’ Under Geoff Johns

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There can only be one leader of DC Films, and recent reports claim more strongly than ever that Geoff Johns has taken the reins away from Zack Snyder (before the latter’s Justice League was even finished). While the report has been accused of blurring the line between the ideas expressed behind DC’s highest executives and the larger narrative or failure, internal restructuring, and dislike for Snyder’s style, it raised an interesting point. Geoff Johns may be the leader of DC Films from the comic side of things… but most of the following controversy seems to assume that one person must be steering DC’s Movie Universe.

When Marvel Studios ...

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Harry Potter: 15 Cast Photos That Would’ve Gotten Them Kicked Out Of Hogwarts

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From flying a car into the Whomping Willow tree and frolicking through the Forbidden Forest to sneaking past a three-headed dog, it is nearly impossible to get kicked out of Hogwarts. Once you become a student, the point-system and the rules simply mean nothing.

However, this may be because the students of Hogwarts didn’t have access to social media to document their mischievous behavior.

Lucky for us, though, the actors who portrayed the students in Harry Potter do have social media accounts and over the years they have posted photos that definitely would have gotten them in trouble with the Headmaster.

Although the students of Hogwarts ...

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Marvel: 15 Worst Things The Avengers Have Ever Done

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“It’s not who you are underneath, it’s what you do that defines you.” These were Rachel Dawes’ words to Bruce Wayne after she grew tired of his playboy antics in Batman Begins. He claimed that there was more to him than that, but Rachel was having none of it, basically telling him, “Sorry Brucey, but actions speak louder than words.” Yes, that is a DC film and this is an Avengers list, but the quote is applicable nonetheless.

In order to be a hero, you must be courageous. You must put others first, be willing to sacrifice for the greater good, and certainly not punch a fellow hero in the face ...

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