Month: January 2020

Last year it was revealed that The CW had passed on the TV version of The Lost Boys that it had been developing and would instead re-work it with what they called a 40% re-write. As part of this re-work they went back to the drawing board entirely for the on-camera talent and scrapped the
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Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow, who next returns to the Jurassic Park sequel franchise with the still-untitled Jurassic World 3, claims the threequel’s title was correctly guessed on a Twitter thread speculating possible names. Following the events of the J.A. Bayona-directed Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which ended with Maisie (Isabella Sermon) freeing caged dinosaurs to
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Randy Freer is out at Hulu. Freer and Disney announced the once-chief executive officer of the biggest Netflix rival is leaving the company amidst wider restructuring at the House of Mouse. Expected to stay in his current position for a few more weeks to help guide the company through a transition, Hulu executives that once
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Two-time Mission: Impossible director Christopher McQuarrie has vowed he’ll “never” again ask studio Warner Bros. about Superman. In April 2018, McQuarrie told ComicBook.com he discussed Man of Steel sequel ideas with Superman actor Henry Cavill — who starred in McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout as its mustached villain — but in July 2019, McQuarrie said
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Pokemon Go has announced a busy month of events for next month. The popular mobile game has announced a full slate of events and other new content featuring new Pokemon and new Legendary Raid Battles. Starting tomorrow afternoon, players will be able to encounter Woobat, a Psychic/Flying-type Pokemon new to Pokemon Go as a Research
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Yesterday, a new report surfaced claiming that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 won’t be releasing until 2021. Fast-forward a day, and now another Nintendo Switch rumor has surfaced, courtesy of the same source. According to the new report, a new Paper Mario game is coming to Nintendo Switch, presumably sometime later
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My Hero Academia explores many fun and/or complex themes of superhero mythology, but one of the biggest recurring motifs in the series is no doubt that of rivalries. There’s the central rivalry between those two brothers that would manifest the power of One For All and its dark counterpart, which evolved into the epic rivalry
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Spanning 7 years and 344 pages, the experimental comic series from cartoonist Lee Xopher is collected as a complete digital graphic novel. Lee Xopher’s world is falling apart around him. He has just graduated college, found a terrible job, and discovered that the real world is not everything he dreamed it to be. When the
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