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Netflix Renews “Queer Eye” 4th, 5th Season!

Hit Netflix series “Queer Eye“, the modern revamping of the early aught years television show of the same name, will be returning to the streaming service giant for two more seasons! According to Variety, Netflix ordered a 4th and 5th season of the show that stars Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Jonathan […]

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Is Rosamund Pike Playing Moiraine in Amazon’s “Wheel of Time”?!?

We’ve been anxiously awaiting any kind of news about Amazon Studios’ upcoming live-action tv series adaptation of Robert Jordan‘s (and later completed by Brandon Sanderson) epic fantasy series “The Wheel Of Time”, and maybe-possibily-rumor-mill-y we can start guessing on one particular thing. According to Dragonmount on Twitter, actress Rosamund Pike is being rumored for the role of Aes […]

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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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“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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“Krypton” Lands Series Order At SyFy

Sometimes, it feels like there can never be too much of a good thing.  The current saturation of Superhero media though, I dunno if we as fans can weather the storm. The news today is that David S. Goyer’s long rumored Man Of Steel prequel series Krypton has at long last gotten a series order from the folks […]

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Blomkamp’s “Alien” Film: Update From Ripley Herself

If you are a fan of the 1979 classic sci fi horror masterpiece Alien, then you more than likely know who Ellen Ripley is.  Sigourney Weaver brought the character to life in Ridley Scott’s first entry into the film series, reprised the role in James Cameron’s 1982 follow-up Aliens, and again in two more chapters. It’s […]

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Sibling Love: Brothers Trick Sister Zombie Attack Happening

One of the most amusing things that happens when someone has dental surgery is the ride home, for the driver.  We’ve all been there, right?  Your passenger is still loopy, high as a cloud, and the possibilities for pranks are endless. This pair of brothers wins the prize this week for completely trolling their younger […]

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“Suicide Squad”: Reshoots Underway, ‘Needs More Jokes’

Part of me is really struggling to keep from saying “I told you so” about the next Warner Brothers superhero film, Suicide Squad.  Well?  I kind of told you so. You guys remember I’m sure the trailer for the DC Comics team of villains film, using “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen in an attempt to really capture […]

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“The Killing Joke”: Not A Real Batgirl Story Anymore

Arguably one of the most notorious entries into the Batman lexicon, Alan Moore’s one shot “The Killing Joke” has been the subject of debate since it hit shelves.  Love it or hate it, the story is an enduring one and a pivotal motivational moment for all involved characters from that point on.  It brought the […]

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