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Imagine yourself and some friends traveling on a road miles outside of a major city, passing fields of green, the car cutting a line between the blue sky and the gray asphalt. There are few other cars around and you are some distance away from the nearest town that you’re sure is a safe place
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Thanks to the magic of streaming entertainment, A.P. Bio got a second lease on life.  After spending two funny, yet ratings challenged years on NBC, the sitcom was canceled. Then Comcast announced the creation of an all-encompassing NBCUniversal streaming service called Peacock. And that colorful bird was hungry for content, leading to the renewal of
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This NOS4A2 review contains spoilers. NOS4A2 Season 2 Episode 8 One of the strongest relationships in NOS4A2 has been the father-daughter connection between Chris and Vic McQueen. They fought, certainly, and Chris undoubtedly made a lot of mistakes, but there was no mistaking the bond of love that they shared, and the closeness that they
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Nice try, movie industry, but television can have a long saga of delays due to the coronavirus pandemic too! TVLine reported today that WarnerMedia has delayed filming for the Friends reunion special on HBO Max for a second time. Now only a few hundred more delays to go to match Tenet’s record. The special is
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Since its inception last year, AEW has been a company that relies on records on and statistics. It’s an analytical approach to wrestling that has made Tony Khan’s promotion stand out against WWE, whose booking often feels directionless and without any continuity. But AEW finds itself falling into the same traps as WWE sometimes. MJF
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For the first time since 2010, it’s been over a year since the world has seen a Marvel Studios film. Still, even in the coronavirus pandemic-induced offseason, the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to make headlines.  Deadline reports that Marvel has tapped Candyman director Nia DaCosta to helm the heavily anticipated Captain Marvel sequel. The second
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Time moves differently during lockdown. But for once that’s actually worked to the advantage of director Rob Savage who has managed to create an incredibly timely, sincerely scary and wonderfully shot horror movie in 12 weeks. That’s 12 weeks from conception to its appearance on streaming service Shudder. The result is Host, a horror set
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There are some franchises that stand the test of time. Superheroes like Batman, Spider-Man, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, get rebooted and recreated over and over again. Looney Tunes and Mickey Mouse’s crew are technically the same characters over time, but the art styles and personalities shift by the generation and evolve, for better
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This article is presented by: “It was possibly the most frustrating thing I’ve ever been through in my career,” Paul Feig says. “To make something I’m so proud of that was exactly what I wanted it to be that had this amazing cast, and the writing was so good. And then to be so happy
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This Doom Patrol review contains spoilers. Doom Patrol Season 2 Episode 8 With the penultimate episode of the season, the newest Doom Patrol installment sets the table for at least two major conflicts that almost guarantee a cliffhanger next week. However, despite that potentially frustrating possibility, “Dad Patrol” once again features excellent character development, with
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It’s summer. Lots of people are staying home. It might be a good time for a book. Here are some of the upcoming books we’re anticipating: Join the Den of Geek Book Club! Top New Fantasy Books August 2020 The Tyrant Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson  Type: Novel Publisher: TorRelease date: Aug. 11  Den of Geek
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There’s one specific memory from A League of Their Own that actor Lori Petty carries with her.  Every night, co-star Tom Hanks would move his trailer onto the outfield grass of Wrigley Field in Chicago, the site of the film’s tryout scene, and park it in front of the historic ballpark’s famed ivy wall. The
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When Man of Steel came out in 2013, the Zack Snyder-directed reboot of Superman’s origins became immediately controversial with fans due to two sequences. In the first, a young Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) watches as his adoptive father Jonathan Kent (Kevin Costner) is killed by a tornado, with Jonathan covertly discouraging Clark from attempting to