Archive for February 19, 2018
Coulson’s mysterious deal with Ghost Rider will finally be revealed in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s 100th episode. After a rocky start, S.H.I.E.L.D. has transformed itself into a constantly evolving Marvel property. Even without the big movie tie-ins fans have been hoping for, the show continues to do something new each season. That mindset took the team to space (and the future) in the first part of season 5. When it returns from its brief month-long break, the team will be back on Earth and looking to prevent the end of the world.
This is all happening as S.H.I.E.L.D. inches closer to its landmark 100th episode. Much has ...
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Though we’ve heard Gotham‘s Jerome (Cameron Monaghan) isn’t the show’s true Joker, Mark Hamill disagrees. When Gotham first emerged, it quickly proved it would move beyond merely exploring Detective James Gordon and the corrupt GCPD. Soon enough, all manner of Batman villains were introduced in new ways even as young Bruce Wayne trained to protect his city. But through the appearances of The Riddler, Penguin, and more, fans have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the series’ version of The Joker.
When Cameron Monaghan first appeared as the deranged Jerome on Gotham, it seemed that all the Easter eggs had finally led to The Joker’s debut on the show. But since then, we’ve heard the minds behind the series continue ...
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When it comes to science fiction, a certain amount of suspension of disbelief comes with the territory. But when it comes to a truly great sci-fi flick, audiences seem willing to throw all common sense right out the window. Because at the end of the day watching a T-Rex eat someone’s face or Darth Vader duel with a lightsaber is just too cool to care about something as un-fun as logic.
Yet, take a slightly closer look and you will likely see just how incoherent some of our favorite films actually are. Whether it is a gaping plot hole or some truly heinous science, it doesn’t take much to bring everything crashing to the ...
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