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Tuesday, 23 February 2016 19:03
During the many years the superhero genre of American film and television has been around, the world has witnessed a number of superhero-type characters each being played by more than one actor, whether it be for live-action screen productions, for animated works, or even both. I mean, there are numerous actors who played Bruce Wayne/Batman for live-action screen productions, 5 actors for Peter Parker/Spider-Man (with the 5th actor's performance to be revealed this year), 3 actresses for Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, etc. Read more...
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Sunday, 14 February 2016 17:15
Holy crap on toast! I think when we collectively laid eyes on the costume and then the trailer for the Deadpool movie we had a pretty good idea we were getting something good. The travesty that was the final 15 minutes of X-Men Origins: Wolverine would be rectified, finally. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Sunday, 07 February 2016 21:40
Not to be outdone, 20th Century Fox gave us a sneek peek at X-Men: Apocalypse during the big game!  Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Tuesday, 15 December 2015 14:40
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away Star Wars was born. It was 38 years ago and it kind of feels like we’re in a different galaxy now. Back then people didn’t know what to expect from a movie called Star Wars. Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope was released on May 25, 1977. The original trailer was very underwhelming for what the movie turned out to be. Read more...
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Wednesday, 09 September 2015 15:37
A year ago, I got a DVD copy of the 2014 Marvel Studios-produced science-fiction film Guardians of the Galaxy as a Christmas present, and yes, it was one hell of a ride. No doubt that Marvel Universe mercenary-type character Rocket Raccoon was part of the movie's awesomeness. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Thursday, 13 August 2015 16:01
In 2005, 20th Century Fox took a stab at making a live-action film based on the first family of Marvel Comics, the Fantastic Four, while the movie made money and Chris Evans and Michael Chiklis had great performances, it wasn’t the film that fans had hoped for. Two years later, a sequel was made and not even the presence of the Silver Surfer could have saved that film. Years later a reboot of the popular foursome was announced with Josh Trank, director of the unexpected hit Chronicle, in the director’s chair and a cast full of young and capable actors. Needless to say, fans were intrigued and excited. Would the third time be the charm for this franchise? To be honest, HELL NO. This movie is boring, poorly paced, overly dark for no reason, and contains a climax that’s out of place and just plain puzzling. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Thursday, 16 July 2015 15:35
"Holy birthday party, Batman!" O.K., so it is more than a little corny!! But, it also fits perfectly! For July 6th,1945 was/is the 70th birthday of one Bert John Gervis Jr. (AKA Burt Ward, AKA ROBIN, the Boy Wonder)!   Ward was born in Los Angeles California. Ward's father, Bert Gervis Sr., owned travelling ice show called: "Rhapsody On Ice." This is why, when he was a mere two years old, Ward was listed in the magazine "Strange As It Seems" as the youngest professional ice skater in the world. Another feature that would serve him well in the future -- he was an avid reader of comic books (mainly Superman and Superboy. He was also a big fan of the Adventures Of Superman TV series starring George Reeves). Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 11:00
X-Men-Sentinel-head-2 (1)Trask Industries: 50 years of keeping humanity safe! Hot off the heels of The Wolverine, it seems we are graced with a remarkable viral video featuring Trask Industries, the company that we X-Men comic fans know will cause a lot of problems for The X-Men in Days of Future Past, the next film adaptation in the X-Men franchise. Bolivar Trask (portrayed by Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage) has a message for humanity! What does this mean for mutantkind? We will find out next year! Can we wait that long!? Read more...
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