Archive for April 15, 2018
The CW is a breeding ground for hugely successful shows, whether that be series of the past, or current huge hits on the network.
Fans of Gossip Girl, Arrow, The Flash, Riverdale, The Vampire Diaries, and all other sorts of shows have flocked to the broadcaster time and time again for their fix of addictive and compelling viewing.
Though the writers who bring such shows to fruition are undoubtedly talented, there are a number of glaring plot holes running throughout CW shows that we just cannot ignore.
They’re picked up time and again by viewers, but are rarely ever addressed in the actual shows. It’s a shame, as the plethora of ...
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It was a hot race for the #1 spot at the box office this weekend: would A Quiet Place, the horror phenomenon of the year, carry that incredible word of mouth through to a second week at number one, or would Rampage come out roaring? Under typical circumstances, it seems inconceivable that, in 2018, an adaptation of a video game featuring a giant gorilla as a central story point would have any real shot at box office success. Yet Rampage managed to be the most successful film of the weekend, grossing over $34.5m domestically despite mixed reviews. Once again, we bore witness to the indomitable power of ...
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Star Trek: Discovery is about to leave space dock for its sophomore mission, as star Doug Jones confirms season two of the CBS All Access series begins filming tomorrow (April 16, as of this writing).
After spending over a decade off the airwaves, Discovery finally returned Star Trek to its original home on television in 2017, though not without controversy. Rather than airing on a traditional network or popular streaming service, it was decided the series would be exclusive to the brand new All Access subscription service, which offered little in original content beyond Discovery and The Good Fight, a spinoff of The Good Wife. The show also ...
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Simon Pegg says “I know we’re doing more” when it comes to the question of whether the cast of the latest Star Trek franchise will reunite for another movie. Pegg has been a favorite with American audiences since the British actor and screenwriter’s breakthrough debut, the horror comedy Shaun of the Dead in 2004. One of the biggest fans he attracted was director J.J. Abrams, who cast him as the brilliant off-field technician Benji Dunn opposite Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt in the 2006 action hit Mission: Impossible III, and his character made such big impressions that he’s remained a big part of ...
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It’s not an exaggeration to say that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has defined the trends of the movie industry since the release of Iron Man in 2008.
The success of The Avengers and the numerous other Marvel movies has prompted other studios to try and create cinematic universes of their own, all of which have paled in comparison to the original.
The principal actors in the Marvel Cinematic Universe make a great deal of money for portraying the members of The Avengers, along with their allies and enemies.
The exposure also helps them to find other major roles in Hollywood, so long as they are able to fit them around their busy schedule of playing a superhero.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has ...
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