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Archie Goes To Hollywood

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While the rest of us have graduated from high school, Archie and his pals are still stuck at Riverdale – but the high school student for life approach has paid off again as Warner Bros. announced they will be making a live-action movie of Archie and his pals. There have been just over a dozen […]

Del Toro Joins Galaxy Crew

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The next comic book-based film from Marvel -“Guardians of the Galaxy” – an “Avengers”-style flick featuring a gun-toting raccoon and other oddities, has added Benicio del Toro in a lead role – possibly the raccoon, but more likely as the villain, Thanos. Last month, Glenn Close was cast as Xandarian Worldmind, the “leader” of the […]

Nolan To Go Interstellar Next November

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It’s finally official – mega-pic director Christopher Nolan will have his latest science fiction film, “Interstellar”, released next November. The film stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine as part of a time-travel voyage through a wormhole to the very edges of space [or perhaps Amanda Bynes’ brain]. “Interstellar” has been given […]

The Doctor Is Out

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After a four-year run, Matt Smith is officially out as the Time Lord “doctor” in “Doctor Who” – the long-running and highly popular British science fiction series about a time-traveling humanoid alien. Smith was the 11th actor to portray the title character in the series which began in 1963. A replacement for Smith and/or his […]

Video Game High School Joins 48 FPS Clique

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The initial season of the YouTube comedy series “Video Game High School” – about a boy who attends the world’s most prestigious gamer school in a world dominated by professional gaming – was a nine-episode success that generated 55 million views despite the paltry 24 frames per second rate that YouTube supports. But with the […]

Review: The Hub June Premieres: "Pound Puppies," "SheZow," "Aquabats Super Show," "Wizards vs. Aliens"

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The passing of the Memorial Day weekend means summer’s here, and the Hub Network has a heaping helping of premieres slated for June 1, 2013, with two new series and two returning shows. In the order that they are scheduled to premiere on June 1 (all times Eastern). I agree with my colleage Maxie Zeus […]

Close Put In Charge Of Galaxy

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“Guardians of the Galaxy” – next year’s “Avengers”-style flick [only with a gun-toting raccoon and other oddities] has added Glenn Close as Xandarian Worldmind, the “leader” of the Nova Corps. [the galaxy’s police force, so making her sort of like the galaxy top cop]. Close is added to a cast that includes Zoe Saldana, Chris […]

Grumpy Cat Hires Agent, Signs Film Deal

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You probably thought that was an April Fool’s Day joke. But it’s almost June and it has become a fact that Grumpy Cat, the year-old feline made popular as a meme last year due to feline dwarfism contorting her face into an eternal grumpy expression combined with funny captions is getting a movie deal. Grumpy […]

Jack Sparrow Meets Thor Heyerdahl In Pirates Of The Caribbean 5

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Johnny Depp has already been confirmed to return as Captain Jack Sparrow for “Pirates of the Caribbean 5”, Terry Rossio has already written the script [albeit without his usual writing partner Ted Elliott], Jerry Bruckheimer is producing and now the film finally has a director – or rather, two of them – as it was […]

Zack Snyder & Bruce Timm to Collaborate on Animated Short for Superman 75th Anniversary

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The Hollywood Reporter has unveiled Warner Brothers’ Superman 75th Anniversary logo, also announcing that an animated short film is in the works, with Man of Steel director Zack Snyder collaborating with an array of DC Comics talent, including longtime producer Bruce Timm, director Jay Oliva (who also storyboarded several sequences in Man of Steel), WB […]

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