Archive for February 27, 2018

Jungle Cruise Character Details and Supernatural Twist Revealed

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Find out who The Rock and Emily Blunt are playing when Disney brings their iconic theme park ride Jungle Cruise to the big screen.

Star Wars Rebels Creator Promises News On Next Project ‘Soon’

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Star Wars Rebels Season 4 Mortis Mural Jedi Temple

Star War Rebels creator Dave Filoni promises an update on his next (presumably, Star Wars related) project soon. Filoni’s The Clone Wars was one of the few non-film projects to be included in Lucasfilm’s new Star Wars continuity when the Expanded Universe was shuttered. And soon enough, Filoni ushered in Star War Rebels to explore the period between the Prequels and Original Trilogy. Though it started off in its own corner, the series slowly began connecting to both The Clone Wars and the films, with a number of Rebels Easter eggs even appearing in Rogue One. Rebels‘ fourth and final season has been even more tied to the rest of the franchise.

The past few ...

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Netflix Is Launching Over 700 Original Movies and TV Shows in 2018

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Netflix CFO David Wells says the company will have a total of 700 original movies and TV shows on their streaming service by the end of 2018.

9 Movies That Deserved More Oscar Love in 2018

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While the 2018 Oscar nominations were full of surprises, there were quite a few movies that got shockingly overlooked.

15 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets You Didn’t Know About Marvel Shows

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Marvel‘s television empire has grown into an array of shows across many networks and streaming platforms.

After the tremendous success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, television in Marvel’s world has branched out from the tightly connected Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to MCU spin-offs like Daredevil and Jessica Jones to increasingly diverse shows like The Gifted and Runaways.

From the beginning, Marvel shows were put in the unique and difficult position of producing superheroes related to the blockbuster Marvel movies that have been hitting the theaters regularly.

The shows were set in the same world as the grand-scale Avengers adventures, but had to work on a smaller, more everyday scale. The writers were also ...

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