Archive for March 5, 2018
In a roundabout way, Denzel Washington may have helped Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman become an actor. Before Boseman was announced as the MCU’s T’Challa in the lead-up to Captain America: Civil War, the young actor was already a rising star thanks to his lead role in the James Brown biopic Get On Up. But it’s safe to say the runaway success of Black Panther has turned Boseman into a household name.
Last night’s Academy Awards once again largely snubbed superhero films, but the critical praise for Marvel’s latest entry has many wondering about Black Panther‘s Oscars chances in 2019. The movie has gained near-universal acclaim from critics and audiences keep heading back to theaters to see the film. In fact, it may soon be Marvel’s first solo debut to crack $1 billion worldwide. But long before Boseman was starring in one of the biggest films of all time, he was ...
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The E! Network is home to some of the most notable reality shows, from Keeping Up With The Kardashians to WAGS. Reality shows have been on the rise over the last few decades, particularly after MTV popularized them during the ’80s and ’90s.
While some reality shows may tend to go unnoticed, many have actually managed to take worldwide audiences by storm, such as Duck Dynasty, Honey Boo Boo, and Jersey Shore.
As the popularity of these reality shows has evolved, so has the manner in which the different series were produced. One of the largest complaints about reality shows recently has been how many of ...
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Ahead of her return to The Flash as Jesse Quick, Violett Beane talks about Flashtime, a concept that was briefly explored in the midseason premiere, as well as upcoming appearance on Legends of Tomorrow. In Flashtime, everything moves so slow that it seems as if time has stopped altogether. Fans will get to see more of Flashtime in this week’s episode, “Enter Flashtime”, where Jesse, Barry, and Jay Garrick (John Wesley Shipp) will have to team-up to stop a nuclear bomb.
During the midseason premiere, “The Trial of the Flash”, Iris (Candice Patton) was so desperate to get Barry (Grant Gustin) acquitted that she was willing to reveal his secret identity to ...
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