Archive for January 13, 2018
Crisis On Earth-X – the historic, four-part crossover event between Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow – almost saw release as a feature-length film. Originally airing across two evenings on The CW, Crisis on Earth-X was an ambitious production in several respects. It not only united the main characters from four separate superhero series but also told a dimension-spanning story that required a level of special effects and stunt work that would be daunting for a theatrical release, let alone a television production.
The story of Crisis On Earth-X saw the protagonists from all four series gathering to celebrate the wedding of ...
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Captain Marvel was already set to make history as the first female-led Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, but could it also be an X-Men crossover? With the landmark and potentially industry-reshaping purchase of 20th Century Fox’s film and television assets by the Walt Disney Company now effectively complete (pending a round of federal hearings that are all-but obligatory when corporate consolidation of this scale is concerned), attention has – fairly or not – increasingly turned to questions of what this means for the X-Men and Marvel Cinematic Universe film series; franchises that share the unique distinction of being “re-unified” by the merger.
Though the X-Men share continuity ...
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The Walking Dead’s creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman has defended the show’s controversial decision to kill off Carl. Chandler Riggs’ character – one of the handful of original TWD characters still alive – was revealed to be dying from a zombie bite in the final moments of Season 8’s midseason finale. Carl’s actual demise will arrive when the series returns for the second half of season 8 in February.
Chandler Riggs was only eleven years old when he debuted as Carl Grimes, the son of Rick and Lori Grimes, in The Walking Dead’s debut season. Fans watched Riggs ...
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Hollywood is like high school. You can never truly avoid someone and everyone remembers everything. It’s like being back in school, but as adults with more power and more money. That’s why there are plenty of actors who have grown to love working together throughout the years. On the flip side, there are plenty of actors who absolutely hate working with one another.
For those who love working together, it usually starts out the same. They meet for a movie, figure out they have a connection, and push to work together more. It’s basically like real life. For those ...
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