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Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Early Reviews: Fun, But Not Marvel’s Best

The first reviews have arrived for Marvel Studios and writer/director James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The first Guardians of the Galaxy was something of a surprise critical and commercial success when it hit theaters in 2014, in the process evolving Gunn’s image from being the off-beat creator of such demented indie films as Slither and Super, into a household name, as […]

DCEU’s True Superman Will Be Born in Justice League

There’s one thing we can say about Justice League: no matter how Zack Snyder brings Superman back to life, it’s going to be a scene that’s hard to forget. Not only for the visual spectacle of Superman‘s resurrection, but because to this point, fans of the DCEU haven’t really seen the superhero they were expecting to (but […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Crazy Fan Theories

The internet is a great place for sharing theories about your favorite franchises. In the recent past, George R. R. Martin, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy have claimed that fans have guessed several of their mysteries’ outcomes well ahead of time. Remember when fans were going crazy trying to figure who the Yellow King was […]

15 Shows Netflix Should Make Into A Choose Your Own Adventure Series

In a move that could change television as we know it, Netflix is reportedly launching a Choose Your Own Adventure TV series made for children later this year. For those unfamiliar, ‘80s and ‘90s kids alike were raised on a series of books that gave the reader the storytelling agency. The Choose Your Own Adventure books […]

Supergirl: Get Up to Speed With Spring Recap Video

Over the past few years, The CW has become the home for DC Comics superheroes on television. There are some more shows on other networks, but they don’t exist in the same volume or interconnectedness as what you can find on The CW. In the Arrowverse, as it’s called, the network’s flagship series Arrow is already on […]

Gotham: Ra’s al Ghul Changes Bruce’s Relationship with Alfred

Gotham hasn’t aired in nearly three months but it’s finally set to return this week with ‘How the Riddler Got His Name’, which will focus on Edward Nygma finally becoming his comic book supervillain counterpart, the Riddler. That’s only a small portion of what the remaining episodes of season 3 will delve into, however, as Gotham […]

Lord of the Rings: Most Millennials Have Only Seen Peter Jackson Films

Author J.R.R. Tolkien began to work on a sequel to his highly praised children’s book The Hobbit only a few months after it was published. The sequel was a struggle for him, and it took Tolkien twelve years finish The Lord of the Rings and another six years before it was published. The story — published as three separate […]

Netflix Open to Theatrical Release of David Ayer’s Bright, Other Originals

Netflix is reshaping the world of online streaming as it continues to expand its original programming. Posting strong numbers from its collaborations with Marvel, the service is also making waves with original films and stand-up comedy. Stand up specials from Amy Schumer and Dave Chapelle are tracking well, while Netflix’s exclusive Adam Sandler films have […]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Exiting the Framework in New Synopsis & Images

The third pod of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has brought the team into the Framework, but an upcoming episode will see them take their shot at leaving. This new pod has offered the show a unique chance of doing away with the normal portrayals of characters – and bring back a few familiar faces – and it has […]

Silicon Valley Reconfigures Pied Piper in a Funny Season 4 Premiere

Over the past three seasons, HBO’s Silicon Valley has been chronicling the rise and fall (and sort of rise again) of the almost accidentally successful, middle-out tech company Pied Piper and the sometimes-genius engineers who helped bring it stumbling into existence. Like its fellow premium channel sitcom Veep, Silicon Valley employs a highly serialized storyline, […]