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Early Review From “Guardians Of The Galaxy” Screening

June 5, 20140 Comments

Warning: some mild spoilers ahead. We still have a couple months until Guardians of the Galaxy is released in theaters on August 1st, but a review has found its way online from someone who attended a early screening. Below is the less spoilery version of the review. Click here to read the full version. I love […]

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Gal Gadot Responds To Being Called Too Skinny And Small Chested To Play Wonder Woman

December 26, 2013

Gal Gadot finally commented on the recent news that she will play Wonder Woman in 2015’s Man of Steel follow-up, Batman vs. Superman. Below is both the video of her talking about the role on Israeli TV show Good Evening with Gai Pines as well as a translation courtesy of the site. Where were you when you heard the news that you’d been cast as Wonder Woman? I […]

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Showtime Wouldn’t Let Writers Kill Off “Dexter”

October 8, 2013

I’ve only seen the first five seasons of DEXTER. The reviews for the later seasons are pretty negative so I’m not sure if I’ll ever finish the series. I couldn’t help myself and read some reports on the finale that spoiled it for me. I haven’t seen the final episode, but it does sound very […]

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Ben Affleck Finally Speaks On Being Cast As Batman

September 17, 2013

We’ve heard from pretty much everyone except Ben Affleck on his decision to play Batman in Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel sequel, but on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon the actor finally expressed his excitement for the movie and his critics. Check out the video below.

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The History Of “RoboCop” Through Movie And TV Trailers

September 10, 2013

Well we finally got the trailer for the ROBOCOP remake and feelings are pretty mixed. I’m excited to see RoboCop again, but I remind myself that this won’t be the same movie/character/actor I remember from my childhood. Why did Peter Weller have to get old? The new RoboCop is rated PG-13 and that has upset […]

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