Archive for November 16, 2017

The DCEU Will Be ‘Torn Asunder’ By Flashpoint

Justice League Flashpoint Paradox Animated Movie

The news that Warner Bros. and DC Films are planning a Flashpoint adaption for Ezra Miller’s The Flash has been a source of great speculation by fans. In a recent interview Ezra Miller seemingly confirmed some of that speculation, by admitting the movie has the potential to rip the current continuity of the DCEU apart.

For those who are unaware, Flashpoint gets its name from a comic book arc from 2011. Penned by writer Geoff Johns, who has taken a lead creative role in the DCEU, the comic version of Flashpoint saw Barry Allen run back in time to save his mother from being murdered. Yet what was meant ...

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What Do New Star Wars Characters Bring to The Last Jedi?

Kelly Marie Tran and Laura Dern reveal just how important their characters Rose Tico and Amilyn Holdo are in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Midnight Movie Misconduct Gets R-Rated Couple Busted

One couple couldn't quite finish their romantic adventure before being busted by theater employees.

Once Upon A Time: 15 Major Problems Fans Don’t Want To Admit


Once Upon A Time is among the most fun and creative shows on television. It constantly provides unexpected twists for familiar fairy tales, and even modern Disney films, in family-friendly fashion. From classic characters like Snow White and the Wicked Witch of the West to contemporary favorites like Frozen‘s Elsa and Brave‘s Merida, the show never fails to delight with the meeting of unlikely characters and an increasingly complicated family tree. Many of these characters take on an array of roles in the connective narrative. Only Once Upon A Time can pull off Rumplestiltskin being the Dark One, the Crocodile in Captain Hook’s story, the Beast ...

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Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk Returns to Theaters This December

Warner Bros. is bringing its World War II drama Dunkirk back to standard theaters, plus IMAX and 70MM theaters starting December 1.
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