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X-Men: The Animated Series Showrunner Reveals Season 6 Idea

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X-Men The Animated Series

With a healthy dose of ’90s nostalgia, it turns out that Fox Kids could’ve had ambitious plans for a sixth season of the acclaimed X-Men: The Animated Series.

Running for an impressive 76 episodes and charting famous comic book story arcs like the “Dark Phoenix Saga,” X-Men: The Animated Series didn’t suffer from any of the criticism’s that Fox’s live-action movie series has done. However, ending on something of a cliffhanger in September 1997, were there ever plans to take the series further?

Related: Things You Completely Missed In X-Men: The Animated Series

Speaking to SYFY WIRE, The Animated Series showrunner Eric Lewald opened up about where ...

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Reign is Born in Supergirl Midseason Finale Trailer

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Samantha Arias (Odette Annable) completes her tranformation into the World Killer Reign in The CW’s trailer for the Supergirl midseason finale, ‘Reign’. While Kara (Melissa Benoist) was dealing with the revelation that Mon-El (Chris Wood) was not only back in the present-day, but had spent seven years living in the far future and gotten married since the last time she saw him, Samantha found out the truth about her heritage and where she comes from. Upon creating her personal Fortress of Sanctuary, Samantha learned that she was no ordinary Krypton; rather, she was destined “to execute justice” and become a being known as (you guessed it) World Killer.

Supergirl has been building up to Samantha becoming Reign over the course of the first half of its third season. This began with an incident in the season 3 premiere, wherein the character – who, by outward appearances, is a ordinary human and single mother who works ...

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15 Actresses You Had No Clue Were Pregnant In Movies

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It’s actually quite surprising how many movies have turned out totally different as a result of an actress’s pregnancy. For instance, Kate Winslet won an Oscar for her performance in The Reader — a role that Nicole Kidman was interested in before stepping back due to pregnancy. Meanwhile, both Mila Kunis and Isla Fisher had to pull out of their Ted and Now You See Me sequels when they were expecting. There was even the possibility that Annette Bening would have portrayed Catwoman in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns if ...

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Wonder Woman Director in the Running for TIME’s Person of the Year

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Patty Jenkins Talks About Thor 2

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins is being considered by TIME readers as their choice of the magazine’s annual “Person of the Year.” It’s no doubt been an eventful 2017 for Jenkins, an acclaimed filmmaker who first won raves for directing the true-life crime drama Monster, which earned Charlize Theron her Best Actress Oscar in 2004. More than 13 years after Monster caught the attention of Hollywood, Jenkins herself is basking in the glow of not only the industry, but in the overwhelming reception of fans to Wonder Woman and now, voters in a poll who consider a “Person of the Year” from all walks of ...

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The Room Honest Trailer: Tommy Wiseau is an Unintentional Genius

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With the release of James Franco’s The Disaster Artist just around the corner, it was a no-brainer for Screen Junkies to finally cave into demands and produce an Honest Trailer for its inspiration. So Tommy Wiseau’s legendary so-bad-it’s-good offering The Room, is the focus for this week’s Honest Trailer, and all the usual insightful and snarky humor that you would expect. If you have yet to experience the delights of the movie, it provides an excellent taster of all the reasons why it became such a cult hit.

At its heart The Room is a 2003 Indie romantic drama about a love triangle, between a financial worker called Johnny (Wiseau), his unfaithful fiancée Lisa (Juliette Danielle), and his best friend Mark (Greg Sestero). It was written, directed, and produced by Wiseau, and could have faded from cinematic memory if not for ...

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