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There are certain films that define a generation, and for any teen growing up in the late 1990s and early 2000s, 10 Things I Hate About You was definitely a movie that was most likely seen on repeat.
Based on Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You brings the Bard’s love story into the 20th Century, with paintballing, ska music, and some very ’90s fashion to boot.
Starring the late, great Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles as the two main love interests, 10 Things I Hate About You is seen today as a nostalgic look back on an actor whose career was cut ...
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Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek movie, if it ever comes to pass, will reportedly not take place in the so-called Kelvin timeline. After seeming to have gone into hibernation in the wake of poor box office returns for Star Trek Beyond, suddenly the Star Trek brand is showing signs of life. Several developments have come to light in just the last few days that raise hopes Trek will continue being part of the movie landscape for years to come.
At this week’s CinemaCon, Paramount confirmed they are in fact developing not one but two new Star Trek movies. According to reports, one of the two is Star Trek 4, a continuation of the reboot ...
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WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Detective Comics #979
Tim Drake has assumed the mantle of Batman, but he’s a Batman unlike any other – an OMAC Batman. Not the brainchild of Bruce Wayne, but Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, and who along with Brother Eye has a sinister plan to save Gotham City.
The Rebirth era of Detective Comics has been a real rough run for Tim Drake AKA Red Robin. Tim Drake apparently died in the first arc, only for it to be later revealed he was actually kidnapped by Mr. Oz. Tim eventually managed to escape that prison with the help of his future-self – a ...
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