SDCC ’15: Listen to our interviews with the stars of DC and Marvel Television (and Hannibal)

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For those of you who don’t know, my fellow Entertainment Editor, Hannah Lodge and I, along with Beat Contributors Harper Harris and Cal Cleary, host a mostly-weekly podcast together for our site, GeekRex (where we also write-up comic and movie reviews, along with the rare television and game piece). For the latest episode, Heidi has been […]

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You Gotta Hand It To Kevin Feige For This Sneaky Homage!

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Last April, Cinema Blend reported that Marvel’s Phase Two movies all share a common trope:

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More details on Doctor Who Comics Day: new website and variant covers

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The latest details on Doctor Who Comics Day including variant covers and in-store events.

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In Defense of the Little Guy: Three Big Reasons Why You Should Go See Ant-Man

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Last weekend, the Paul Rudd led Ant-Man flick took home $58 million, shy of parent company Disney’s estimates of $60-65 million.  This was enough to give it the number one slot that weekend,, but it also gives the insect-inspired hero film the dubious honor of having the second worst opening of any of the MCU movies, beating out […]

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A sneak preview of Supergirl wows 400 Moms and their daughters

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In a pretty nice piece of marketing, CBS is aiming squarely at the young women demographic for the upcoming Supergirl, and to highlight that they invited 400 mother and daughters to view a sneak preview of the first episode. In doing so, they also got a nice surprise, which you’ll see in the short video […]

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Bryan Singer Plans to Make a Team Up Team Up out of X-Men and the Fantastic Four

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If Fox had a house motto, it would be: “we do not sow. Now let us spit on your Quicksilver, Marvel.” Bryan Singer loves a few things.  Director’s Cuts, long walks on the beach, and movies centered around Time Travel, to name a few.  Now we can add crossovers to that list as well.  In an […]

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SDCC ’15: Tom Cavanagh tells us about Eobard Thawne’s favorite snack food

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For those who don’t know, Tom Cavanagh (who plays Eobard Thawne/The Reverse Flash on CW’s The Flash) has a podcast with comedian Michael Ian Black called “Mike and Tom Eat Snacks”, of which the premise is that both actors eat, rate and review a different snack food each episode. During San Diego Comic Con, in […]

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D23 2015: Disney Announces Their Big Presentations at the D23 Expo!

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So, we all know that Marvel didn’t present anything in Hall H during Comic-Con. Was it because they didn’t have anything to show, just like Sony and Paramount? Or were they saving their big announcements for the D23 Expo, Disney’s biennial fanfest scheduled for August 14-16?  Well, we know a little bit more, as Disney has published […]

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New Black Lightning Archive: DC, Tony Isabella Reconcile

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“Dogs and cats, living together!” – that’s what immediately popped into my mind yesterday when I read Tony Isabella praising DC on Facebook for how it was treating him in regard to Black Lightning.

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The new SPECTRE trailer has us wishing it was November already

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I’m not one to rush the Summer away, as it is my favorite season after all, but the enticement of new Sam Mendes James Bond is just too strong. Here’s the new trailer for SPECTRE, which emerged this morning, and reveals just how personal an antagonist he’s facing (and who may or may not be […]

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The Dark Knight makes BBC’s list of the 100 Greatest American Films

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BBC Culture did something pretty fun today, as they released their list of the 100 Greatest American Films, as determined by a poll of 62 international film critics. How did they define what made an “American film”? If it got its funding from an American source, it was eligible to be selected. Here’s the full, […]

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Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur gets a full-length trailer

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After the incredible Inside Out (in the running for my favorite film of the year so far), I’ve become re-energized regarding Pixar’s output, which I was worried might not ever happen after a few years of, let’s just say, not their best work. Their second offering this year, The Good Dinosaur, opens on November 25th […]

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Ant-Man debuts to an estimated $58 Million opening

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After a painfully long production process, Marvel’s smallest big-screen hero has finally arrived, and according to studio estimates (which could see some adjustment by Monday morning) Ant-Man is looking at about a $58 million domestic haul. For what it’s worth, that’s the second lowest debut for a Marvel Studios picture, just shy of 2008’s The […]

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Diminutive Intuition: My Ant-Man Prediction

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Since they weren’t at Comic-Con, most of the media attention has not been focused on Ant-Man, Marvel’s next entry in their Marvel Cinematic Universe snowball, which shows no sign of stopping, and which becomes ever more complex and unfathomable with each movie.  (Why do I suspect that ALL of the Phase Three heroes will become […]

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Adam Copeland to Play Atom-Smasher in CW’s The Flash

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Today, comicbook.com broke the news that WWE veteran Adam Copeland has been cast as Al Rothstein, aka Atom-Smasher in CW’s TV adaptation of The Flash.  The second season, which premieres this fall, will feature the super-strong size-changing character as a villain, even though he has primarily been portrayed as a hero in the comics.  

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Your first look at the film versions of Psylocke and Apocalypse in Entertainment Weekly

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As per usual, Entertainment Weekly has the first concrete details and images for another upcoming superhero blockbuster, this time the newest Bryan Singer-directed X-Men adventure: X-Men: Apocalypse. In the above cover, you can see how screen-accurate to 90’s era comics Singer and team are aiming for in regard to Olivia Munn‘s Psylocke, and Oscar Isaac […]

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