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Supergirl Could Be Renewed, But Not In Its Present Form

by Peter Paltridgeon May 5, 2016
Supergirl, CBS’s big entry into the growing field of superhero TV, debuted strong last fall, but its numbers gradually settled into average territory. While those ratings would still good enough for any average CBS program, these aren’t ordinary circumstances — its price tag is around $3 million an episode. The more expensive a show is, […]
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New Civil War Film Spot, Courtesy Of Contest Of Champions

by Peter Paltridgeon April 28, 2016
Civil War’s a-brewin’ everywhere in the Marvel Universe. In the movies, in the comics, and now it’s even spread to a phone app. According to Marvel, here’s how their superhero game Contest of Champions has been changed by the battle between Captain America and Iron Man: New Gameplay Features Entering The Contest: ยท Choose your […]

See More Spider-Man In This Civil War TV Trailer

See More Spider-Man In This Civil War TV Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon April 26, 2016
If there’s one thng people are more hyped for than anything else about Captain America: Civil War, it’s the introduction of Spider-Man to the proper MCU. Until now we’ve just had one shot of Spidey landing into frame and narrowing his suit-eyes, but with the arrival of this new TV trailer, there’s a bit more. […]
New X-Men Teaser Goes In Search Of Apocalypse

New X-Men Teaser Goes In Search Of Apocalypse

by Peter Paltridgeon April 19, 2016
20th Century Fox has put up quite a few teasers and trailers relating to their next X-Men movie, but this one is certainly the most unique. Does anyone remember how Bioshock Infinite promoted itself with faux-historical trailers made to look and sound like an In Search Of episode? Fox has done the same thing for […]

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The Truth About Suicide Squad’s Reshoot

by Peter Paltridgeon April 13, 2016
Recently it was reported across the Net that DC’s Suicide Squad was being reshot due to a deceptive trailer making the movie look funnier and zanier than it really was. The story was that all the jokes in the film were contained in the first trailer. Then a NEW trailer came out mere days after […]
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Warner Bros. Scrambles To Fix Schedule In Wake Of Batman V Superman Response

by Peter Paltridgeon April 7, 2016
You can hear the sirens going off at WB, the men rushing and yelling around the office floor, the papers flying everywhere. Something went wrong and their most important weapon in the War Against Disney, the BVS, failed to detonate properly. In fact it was quite the dud, dropping off severely in its second week […]

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Photos From Doctor Strange’s Weekend New York Shoot

by Peter Paltridgeon April 4, 2016
Your typical comic book universe is a forty-car-pileup mash of all realms of the human imagination, from grounded characters to science-based but still-out-there characters, to characters who outright know magic. Typically, fearing the loss of credibility, the studios pick the more grounded heroes to adapt movies around….but if Marvel’s Doctor Strange is a success, that […]
Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

Deleted Batman V Superman Scene Hints At Darkseid

by Peter Paltridgeon March 28, 2016
Normally you have to wait for the home video release to see these kinds of things, but not this time: a deleted scene from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is now on YouTube. The clip was put online by Warners themselves. The deleted scene is a spoiler for the film’s plot, so if you’re […]

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No, Marvel Is Not Making A Captain Britain Series — Yet

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
Yesterday the rumor was all over the Internet: Marvel would be making a Captain Britain series. Captain America’s UK counterpart was created for the Marvel line of comics when it was introduced to England in the 70’s, and it appeared he would be Marvel’s next comic-to-TV adaption. The proof was a series of tweets from […]
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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 […]