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What We Do In the Shadows TV Show Adds Shape of Water & Lady Bird Actors

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The cast of the What We Do In The Shadows TV show continues to expand, adding Doug Jones and three other actors. Before Taika Waititi became a Hollywood hitmaker thanks to Thor: Ragnarok, the director, actor, and writer was perhaps best known for What We Do In The Shadows. A mockumentary focusing on a group of vampires sharing a flat in New Zealand, the film has proven a launching ground of ideas for Waititi. Chief among them, an American TV show based on What We Do In The Shadows.

The What We Do In The Shadows TV show has ...

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Jean Grey Just Founded A Mutant Nation

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Jean Grey just made a big move for mutantkind in the first issue of her brand new comic book series, X-Men: Red. With support from Wakanda and Atlantis, Jean Grey has formed the Mutant Nation with the purpose of giving all mutants a national identity. Jean believes this new direction will help her “change the world“.

X-Men fans rejoiced when it was announced that the adult version of Jean Grey, a longtime host of the Phoenix Force, was being brought back after 13 years of absence from the Marvel Universe. In the five-part miniseries Phoenix Resurrection, it was revealed that the Phoenix Force brought Jean back so that they could merge again. ...

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The Cloverfield Paradox Cast Learned Its Title the Night of Release

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Even the cast of The Cloverfield Paradox didn’t know what movie they were making until Super Bowl Sunday. The long-awaited win by underdog Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl wasn’t the only surprise on Sunday. There are always some viewers who are more interested in the commercials than the game, including the yearly run of several highly anticipated movie trailers. So it wasn’t really a shock to see the first trailer for The Cloverfield Paradox – the third movie in the Cloverfield anthology series. Until the trailer revealed that the entire movie would be streaming on Netflix immediately following the big game.

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DC’s Animated Harley Quinn TV Show Character Descriptions Revealed

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Descriptions for the characters from DC’s upcoming animated Harley Quinn TV show have been released, offering fans a hint of what to expect from the series. A new cartoon TV show starring the Clown Princess of Crime was announced for DC’s upcoming streaming service last year, with Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey both writing and executive producing.

DC’s animated Harley Quinn TV series is currently untitled, but its first season will consist of twenty-six half hour episodes, with a distinctly adult feel to each. Harley herself is obviously the main character, and the assumption is that DC is eyeing Margot Robbie to voice her (as Robbie portrays Quinn in DC’s cinematic universe). The show’s premise is confirmed to revolve ...

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Supergirl: The Biggest Unanswered Season 3 Questions

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Purity and Supergirl from Both Sides Now

Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Supergirl Season 3

No sooner had it returned to screens after a Holiday break than did Supergirl announce an unexpected Winter/Spring hiatus, disappearing from its usual spot on The CW’s Monday night schedule starting February 12 (with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow set to fill the spot instead) and not returning until April. No official reason has been given for the change in plans, save for vague statements relating to “production issues” from the network. This had led many fans to speculate that said “issues” may be related to the departure of creator and former showrunner Andrew Kreisberg amid sexual harassment allegations earlier in ...

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