Archive for November 3, 2017
Some cool new B-roll footage is giving us an interesting look behind the scenes of Justice League, including a funny scene where Batman awkwardly quizzes Aquaman about his fish-related powers.
Justice League – the fifth entry into DC’s shared cinematic universe – sees Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) recruit a new team of heroes to take on the villain Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds), a warlord from the planet Apokolips who’s come to conquer Earth in the wake of Superman’s (Henry Cavill) demise at the end of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. One of those new heroes is Aquaman, played by Game of Thrones veteran Jason Momoa. Momoa cameoed in Batman V Superman, and production is underway on his own film directed by Furious 7 helmer James Wan.
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It’s a sign of the times that we live in a period that has an entire subgenre of reality TV devoted to “families/professional groups living in the wilderness,” with a sizeable sub-subgenre of shows taking place amongst the frozen taiga and tundra of Alaska.
It speaks to the sense of adventure within all of us, the yearning to see humans conquer the most inhospitable reaches of the globe, and apparently, none of us care if what we see on the screen is largely a carefully crafted illusion.
Some reality shows are more fake than others, but few have weathered repeated claims of fakery like Alaskan Bush People. Premiering on the Discovery Channel ...
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Netflix is reportedly considering killing off Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood character from its hit political drama House of Cards. Many fans have been suggesting that Netflix go this route since last Sunday, when Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp kicked off what has become an ongoing series of sexual harassment and assault allegations levied against Spacey by various accusers.
On Monday, Netflix announced that House of Cards would be ending with a sixth and final season, a decision that had reportedly been made long before Spacey came under fire for his alleged behavior. However, production on season 6 was suspended the very next day, with Netflix ...
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