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Amazon’s “The Tick” Revival Is Still Active, But It Won’t Star Patrick Warburton

by Peter Paltridgeon March 23, 2016
In 2014 it was first reported that Amazon’s then-new streaming service was interested in reviving The Tick (not the cult-classic 1994 cartoon, but the cult-classic 2001 live-action version). The super-farce debuted on Fox in 2001 and lasted just nine episodes, but has sold well on DVD ever since, and also been viewed frequently on Netflix […]
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Daredevil Season 2 Contains A Surprise Preview Of Luke Cage

by Peter Paltridgeon March 18, 2016
When folks finish up the second season of Daredevil, they’ll be greeted with a surprise. If they leave the credits on to the end, they’ll see the first released promo for Luke Cage, the third Netflix Marvel super-series. Here’s what happens: Luke Cage enters a gym. Two criminals who apparently don’t like him turn around […]


Batman V Superman Will Have An R-Rated Cut, But Is It Necessary?

by Peter Paltridgeon March 18, 2016
When Batman V Superman is released on home video later this year, there will be a special edition that’s a whopping 30 minutes longer (bringing the runtime to three hours) and it will boast an R rating, instead of the theatrical cut’s PG-13. Undoubtedly a response to Fox’s Deadpool, but people might be curious what […]
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Catch The Mystique In This New X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon March 17, 2016
Another day, another new superhero movie trailer. The universe that was somewhat rebooted in X-Men: First Class expands in X-Men: Apocalypse. The titular supervillain, resurrected from a distant past, believes himself to be a god and world domination is his goal. Only a garishly blue, cat-eyed Jennifer Lawrence and her crew of inhumans mutants can […]

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Yes, It’s True — Indiana Jones 5 Is Real

by Peter Paltridgeon March 15, 2016
Apologies for being a bit late with this one — it’s already all over the Net, but here it is again for the seven or so who didn’t know yet: Indiana Jones 5 was confirmed this afternoon by Alan Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios. It’s not a surprise that Indiana Jones is coming back […]
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Batman V Superman’s International Trailer Reveals Even More of The Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon March 14, 2016
A lot of movie and TV promotional campaigns end up using the same footage over and over and over. The reason is because there’s only a finite amount of the product they have to work with, and they can’t show you everything. Maybe someone should tell Warner Bros. Marketing this — we’ve seen a lot […]


Premiere Date For Marvel’s Luke Cage Announced

by Peter Paltridgeon March 11, 2016
We knew the third mature Marvel superhero series was coming to Netflix sometime this year, we just didn’t know exactly when. That mystery was settled during the red-carpet premiere of Daredevil’s second season last night. Mike Colter, the actor who played Luke Cage on Jessica Jones and will be reprising him for his own series, […]

Here’s How The Flash Arrives On “Supergirl”

by Peter Paltridgeon March 9, 2016
A few weeks ago it was announced that Barry Allen of The CW’s The Flash would be hopping networks for one hour and guest-starring on CBS’s Supergirl. At the time no one knew why or how. Now reports that Barry will arrive in Supergirl’s neck of the woods via….complete accident, basically. It turns out […]


New Captain America: Civil War Poster Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2016
Marvel and Disney have released six new posters promoting Captain America: Civil War. Each contains one head, and that’s only half the cast! You know who this guy is. His name is on the title if you don’t. Here’s Ant-Man, whom Entertainment Weekly reports will be giving the flick some of its more comic moments. […]
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Here’s How Black Panther Enters The MCU

by Peter Paltridgeon March 4, 2016
The scene from Captain America: Civil War where Black Panther first appears was shown during Disney’s annual shareholders’ meeting and nowhere else, and it’s doubtful any of those shareholders sneaked in cameras to bootleg it for the rest of us. Fortunately, a reporter from the LA Times was also there, and he described the scene […]