Archive for January 2, 2018

Netflix Renews She’s Gotta Have It For Season 2

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She's Gotta Have It, DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling

The Netflix small-screen re-imagining of the 1986 movie She’s Gotta Have It has now been officially renewed for season 2. The series, like the film, is about a young woman trying to balance her job, her friends, and her three lovers, and her search to stay true to herself. DeWanda Wise stars as Nola Darling, juggling the rich and handsome Greer Childs (Cleo Anthony), the alpha-male investment banker Jamie Overstreet (Lyriq Bent), and b-boy bike messenger Mars Blackmon (Anthony Ramos).

She’s Gotta Have It, with its progressive polyamorist lead, is still a groundbreaking concept and the first season was critically acclaimed and even won an award from the African-American ...

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Gotham May Be Recasting The Scarecrow For Season 4

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It looks as if yet another Gotham villain will be recast, as a new report indicates a new face will wear the Scarecrow mask later this season. The midseason finale of Gotham brought back Jerome in its final moments, teasing another villainous wave that’s about hit the city. The last time the quasi-Joker was on the warpath, he came face to face with Bruce Wayne. With the young billionaire shirking his crime-fighting duties, could Jerome’s return see Bruce suit up once again?

It may not be Jerome that causes the future Dark Knight to embrace his destiny, however, as it’s long been hinted that Bruce will face the Scarecrow. That didn’t happen when the ...

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The Top 3 Films of 2017 Had Female Leads

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The numbers have been crunched, and it’s official; the top 3 films at the domestic box office in 2017 were all female-led.

2017 has been a rough year for Hollywood. A series of high-profile scandals have revealed the sexism and misogyny that long lurked beneath the surface. At the same time, it’s been a year to celebrate. 2017 has seen a series of high-profile box office successes finally breaking the glass ceiling for women. In first place is Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The film’s domestic box office currently stands at $533 million. In second place is Beauty and the Beast (which grossed $504 million domestically), ...

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The TV Show Revival Trend Needs to Die

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Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully in The X-Files, Steve Carell as Michael Scott in The Office, Tony Hale as Buster Bluth in Arrested Development

Following the recent announcement that NBC is contemplating a revival of their once mighty sitcom The Office – but without any of the show’s main cast returning – there was the inescapable feeling that we’ve reached the saturation point for this particular television trend. This wave of revivals has not only proved to be creatively empty (with a few notable exceptions), it’s also given networks a free pass to eschew the pursuit of new, exciting shows in favor of easy nostalgia. It’s not just comfort food television, it’s junk food television that is well past its expiration date. We deserve healthier viewing choices.

The current wave of TV revivals can be traced back to Netflix’s ...

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James Gunn Responds to Jodie Foster: Who’s Right About Superhero Movies?

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James Gunn responds to Jodie Foster's recent comments about comic book and blockbuster filmmaking in Hollywood.
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