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Victoria Mahoney Will Help Direct Star Wars: Episode IX, But There’s Still Work to Be Done

On Tuesday evening, A Wrinkle in Time and New Gods director Ava DuVernay took to Twitter with a major Star Wars announcement, though it wasn’t about herself. For the first time in the franchise’s history, a black woman will direct a significant portion of a Star Wars film. Her name is Victoria Mahoney; remember it. Read More >>

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The Scarlet Witch Needs to Become a Lot Witchier in Avengers: Infinity War

Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch is one of the most curious characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even after three films, we still don’t really know all that much about just who Wanda Maximoff is and what she can do. Read More >>

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Jessica Jones Is Coming Back for a Third Season of Drinking and Kicking Ass

If you kept up with the events of Jessica Jones’ second season, it should come as no surprise that the hard-drinking P.I. still has plenty of unfinished business to deal with in her corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Deadline is reporting that Netflix has renewed the show for a third season and while there are no details about its plot, it’s safe to assume that it’ll involve the latest hero who’s just made their transition over from the comics to the small screen.[Deadline] Read More >>

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In a New Video, Stan Lee Threatens to Sue Anyone Reporting on Claims of Alleged Elder Abuse

Though Stan Lee has been largely missing from the public eye in the months since his wife’s death last summer, troubling reports have been surfacing about his well-being. Now the 95-year-old is speaking out through a new video in which he threatens legal action against those reporting on his life. Read More >>

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Report: The Stan Lee Saga Is Only Getting Stranger and Sadder

A new report out today sheds more light on the allegations that 95-year-old Stan Lee is surrounded by bad actors who are all trying to get their hands on as much of the famed comics creator’s money as they can. Read More >>

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There’s More to Westworld’s Mysterious Shōgun World Than Meets the Eye

The brief glimpse of Delos’ other parks besides Westworld was one of the most surprising moments of Westworld’s first season and more than enough reason to get hype for the second. According to the series’ showrunners, one park in particular holds a personal significance for them both. Read More >>

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Legion’s Psychic Interpretive Dance Battles Are One of Its Most Brilliant Ideas

Interpretive dance, much like slam poetry, is a polarising art form that people either passionately love or vehemently hate. If you’re someone who falls into the latter camp, then Legion might actually be what convinces you to change your mind. Dance has been a core part of Legion since the very first episode, but it really wasn’t until this week’s season two premiere that the whimsical sequences’ significance really came into focus. Read More >>

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Is Disney Ok?

They say that a company’s social media presence is like the window into its soul. Read More >>

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How Did James Franco Convince So Many Celebrities to Be in His Terrible-Looking New Scifi Movie?

You’d be forgiven for having forgotten Future World, Lionsgate’s upcoming post-apocalyptic thriller written, starring, and co-directed by James Franco that was first announced almost two years ago to little fanfare. Read More >>

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Everyone Needs to Shut Up in the Newest Trailer For A Quiet Place

You’d think after living in a world where most of the human population had been decimated by vicious monsters who hunt things by listening to the sounds they make, everyone would have gotten the memo to stop shouting outside. And yet, the final trailer for the John Krasinski-directed A Quiet Place reminds us, that is not the case. Read More >>

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Angela Bassett Would Have Made a Fantastic Killmonger in Black Panther

Everyone knows that a movie immediately becomes 75 percent more interesting when Angela Bassett’s a member of the cast—and the more screen time she’s given, the better. Read More >>

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My Love for Funko Pops Is What Made Me Stop Buying Them

The very first Funko Pop I ever bought was a Locutus of Borg figurine with a questionable paint job on its silvery armour that was meant as a birthday gift for my father. With my dad’s 60th birthday quickly approaching, I’m reminded that the tiny replica of Patrick Stewart has been sitting in my closet, undelivered, for years now. Read More >>

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A Very Chill Dumbledore is the Star of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’s First Trailer

Because the first Fantastic Beasts was a fish out of water story about Newt Scamander traveling to America, there was only so much of the iconic English wizarding world to be seen. But that’s all changing in The Crimes of Grindelwald. Read More >>

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The Latest Rampage Trailer Knows Exactly How Silly the Movie Is

Warner Bros.’ Rampage, like the video game it’s based on, is about three genetically-modified animals that...go on a rampage and destroy a bunch of stuff. In other words, the story it’s telling isn’t exactly going to be plot driven. Read More >>

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Westworld’s Creators Want the Show’s Online Fan Theorists to Help Shape the Second Season

Given that the first season of Westworld’s puzzle-like plot was designed to keep audiences guessing up until the finale, it’s unsurprising that a vibrant community of fan theorists quickly sprung up to unpack the show’s many mysteries. Read More >>