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All the Biggest and Best News From San Diego Comic Con 2017

San Diego Comic Con is basically nerdvana. It's the biggest event of the year, where the film, tv, and comics industries come together to showcase what they have planned for the year ahead. There are also games there, but to much lesser extent, thanks to them getting their own shows at the likes of E3 and Gamescom. Read More >>

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Up Close and Personal With the Justice League’s Movie Outfits

One of the biggest knocks against the DC Extended Universe has been its general lack of vibrant colour compared to the comic books. In exchange for gritty realism, the DCEU—especially its costumes—come across as unsaturated and dour. That’s a shame because, up close, the League’s costumes look great. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Hellboy, The Dark Tower, Cars in Space, and More

We have news on what the new Hellboy could have been, more words on the Dark Tower TV series, another Cars spinoff franchise, and more. Read More >>

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It’s Not Just the Apes That Aren’t Real in War for the Planet of the Apes

War for the Planet of the Apes tells its story very well, but all of that might be for nothing if the effects that created the apes weren’t perfect. But it’s not just the ape fur and faces that are missing from reality. Most of the locations don’t really exist. At least, not in the way they look on screen. Read More >>

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Today Should Have Been The Release Day Of Fantastic Four 2

In some alternative universe, today is a big day for superhero movies. Forget Wonder Woman and Spider-Man: Homecoming - today, the focus of the geek world have been focused on Fantastic Four 2, or "Fant4stic 2", as it might have been known. Read More >>

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The Planet of the Apes Prequels May Not Be Over Yet

War for the Planet of the Apes is being positioned as the end of a trilogy of Planet of the Apes prequels leading into the 1968 original. This is especially true because director Matt Reeves has already committed to another franchise. But, that doesn’t mean he thinks the story is over. Read More >>

Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: Futurama, Assassin’s Creed, Captain Marvel, and More

This week we've got brand new information about Netflix's Assassin's Creed series, potential casting news for Captain Marvel's supporting characters, something about Futurama and more. Read More >>

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That Iron Man and Spider-Man Shot From All the Homecoming Trailers Isn’t in the Movie

The money shot used in almost all of the marketing from Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t in the movie. You know the one: Iron Man and Spider-Man, both suited up, flying through Queens. But in a new interview, the director of the film did his best to explain why it’s missing. Read More >>

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This Valerian Clip Shows What’s Possible When 3000 Alien Species Live Together

Though it’s easier to simply call Luc Besson’s new movie “Valerian,” that’s not the full title. The full title is “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” and a new clip from the film explains the title in detail. Read More >>

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The Spider-Man: Homecoming Posters Are A Crime Against Geography

Spider-Man: Homecoming is out on Wednesday, and I’m happy to say that it’s great fun - not that you’d expect anything less from Marvel. Unfortunately, since we saw film, we’re sad to say that some rather unsavoury facts have come to light. Read More >>

Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: Spider-Man, Wonder Woman 2, Deadpool 2, and More

Lot of Spider-Man news in this week in geek, along with bits from the set of Deadpool 2, news on the director situation for Wonder Woman 2 and more. Read More >>

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Creepy, Crawly, Unlikely Scifi Film The Untamed Now Has a Freaky First Trailer

Outside of one or two shots, the trailer for The Untamed doesn’t really reflect the movie’s title. There’s some drama going on here. Some frank discussions of sexuality. Pretty tame stuff. And then... what the HELL is that weird, slimy thing? Read More >>

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The Laser Corridor Returns: We Talk To Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’s VFX Supervisor

Films based on videogames have a bad reputation. It's not all that surprising given the number that have turned out to be howlers over the years, but thankfully some, at least, have turned out to be hugely entertaining. Read More >>

Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: Mega City One, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, and More

Welcome to another Week in Geek, with a bumper load of Spider-Man news for you to enjoy. Buckle up kids, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Read More >>

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This Was the Futuristic Robot Chauffeur of 1911

Predictions about driverless cars became incredibly popular in the 1950s and 60s. But the idea is nearly as old as the automobile itself. One example? This short film from 1911, featuring a robot chauffeur. Read More >>