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Runaways: Is This Character A Mole?

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Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Runaways Vol. 1

Thanks to debuting multiple episodes for its series premiere, Marvel’s Runaways is almost halfway done with its first season. There’s no word yet on whether the show will be renewed, but there’s certainly no shortage of stories to tell from the first volume of the comics alone.

Written by Brian K. Vaughan with art by Adrian Alphono, Runaways premiered in 2003 under Marvel’s Tsunami imprint. Running for 18 issues before being cancelled (and later revived), the initial volume of Runaways tells the story of the six teens discovering their own abilities and that their parents are supervillains. Along ...

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George Lucas’ THX-1138 Short is Getting a Digital Release

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THX-1138 George Lucas Film

George Lucas’ prize-winning student short film Electronic Labyrinth: THX-1138 4EB is getting a digital release from Gunpowder and Sky’s sci-fi Facebook channel Dust. Made 40 years ago, the film about a man attempting to escape a futuristic dystopia served as the inspiration for Lucas’ debut feature THX-1138.

After establishing his reputation with his early science fiction works, Lucas would produce the coming-of-age film American Graffiti, inspired by his own hot-rodding days as a California teenager. The filmmaker would then go on to change the face of movies forever with his blockbuster Star Wars, which launched an entire empire that would later branch out into television, video games and every other area ...

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Ridley Scott Insists He’s Still Making an Alien: Covenant Sequel

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Despite the lackluster box office of the latest entry in the franchise, Ridley Scott insists a sequel to Alien: Covenant is still happening.

Daisy Ridley’s Rey May Return in a Future Star Wars Movie After All

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Daisy Ridley claims she was misquoted in a recent interview about her future in the Star Wars franchise, offering a clarification.

Why Monster Movie Reboots Don’t Work According to Guillermo Del Toro

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Guillermo del Toro believes there is a fundamental flaw in modern approaches to classic monster reboots that makes them unsuccessful.
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