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Netflix Still Adapting “The Chronicles of Narnia” as Series and Film

Streaming service giant Netflix is no stranger to adapted materials, and it looks like they’re still moving forward with their version of C. S. Lewis‘s “The Chronicles of Narnia”. Not only will fans of the tales of Aslan be getting a new film version, but a television series is being planned as well. According to The Hollywood […]

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“The Hunger Games” Prequel Novel Coming, Lionsgate Planning Possible Film

Suzanne Collins, author of the hugely popular YA dystopian fiction series “The Hunger Games”, will be releasing a prequel novel set in the same world of Panem through publishing house Scholastic. The prequel doesn’t have a title yet, but it will reportedly take place in Panem 64 years prior to the events of the 2008 novel. […]

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Are You Ready for the R-Rated “The Banana Splits Movie”?! [Trailer]

Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper, and Snork (a.k.a. Snorky) are back and out for…..blood?! Not gonna lie- we pretty much forgot this movie was happening til the first trailer for the upcoming film based on the late 1960’s tv show The Banana Splits hit. Well….thanks to SYFY, we’re getting an R-rated movie featuring a very DIFFERENT side of the gang. Dani […]

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Marvel Land *IS* Coming to Disneyland

Fans of Disney-owned Marvel Studios have been enjoying face characters and themed areas at the Anaheim Disneyland and Florida Walt Disney World parks for sometime now, but we’re about to get MORE. According to The LA Times, Disney was just granted building permits by the city of Anaheim to build an expansion into the California Adventure […]

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“Star Wars” Celebration Announces Tickets & 2020 Dates

We’d already known that the next calling together of the Lucas faithful would be happening sometime in 2020, as well as that it would be returning back to the Anaheim Convention Center, but now they’ve finally announced their dates to go along with it. While this year had been in April, next year’s will go […]

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“Rocketman” Joins Masterful Musicals in the Best of Ways [Review]

Rocketman made me unbearably angry at Bohemian Rhapsody all over again. Dexter Fletcher directed both, picking up the reigns on the Queen biopic after continual problem child Bryan Singer was fired by Fox, steering the ego-driven ship to an incredible audience and critical response, nabbing a multitude of awards (like Emmys, BAFTAs, and the Oscar for Best […]

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REVIEW “Papa Hemingway In Cuba”

There are a certain set of historically bent films I can’t live without.  Midnight In Paris is one, with the masterful portrayal of Ernest Hemingway by Corey Stoll reigniting the filmgoing public’s love affair with Papa.  We got the Hemingway and Gellhorn film with Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman, a great idea on paper but […]

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TRAILER “The Killing Joke” Hamill’s Joker Return

Here is it, our first look at the highly anticipated Batman: The Killing Joke animated feature film reuniting our favorite caped crusader Kevin Conroy and the greatest Joker alive, Mark Hamill. Warner Brothers released the very first trailer for this rated R animated film: Batman: The Killing Joke releases July 2016.

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“Personal Space” SciFi Webseries Launches Kickstarter

We really enjoy getting to to tell you wonderful Aggressors about fabulous new projects.  In particular, good kickstarters/indiegogo/gofundme campaigns for worthy causes. One of our favorite genres around here is science fiction (duh), and anytime we find a fundraising opportunity for what looks like a really good idea, we try to let you know about it. […]

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“Green Room” Punktastic Horror Review

Seeing a new film with a fresh audience is usually either a really terrible experience, or a really awesome one.  I was lucky enough to attend a screening of Green Room at the SF Alamo, where texting and talking are STRICTLY forbidden. This helped the overall feel of writer/director Jeremy Saulnier’s film. Sometimes touring can be hard, […]

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