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When Project Power premieres on Netflix on Friday, August 14, it will showcase not only the acting prowess of star actors Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in its story about a city uprooted by a new drug that gives anyone superpowers. It will also introduce viewers to the storytelling of Mattson Tomlin, who is poised
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There once was a simpler time when preppies and jocks could hang with nerds, caffeine pills were the most dangerous drug on the market, and the high school principal was a totally uncreepy BFF goof in the cool kid clique. Those days of course only existed on the ‘80s/’90s kids sitcom relic, Saved by the
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This Perry Mason review contains spoilers. Perry Mason Episode 8 “No one confesses on the stand,” Hamilton Burger (Justin Kirk) advises the title character on Perry Mason‘s season 1 finale, “Chapter Eight.” And it’s a shame. Not only because this is the very thing which made the iconic TV series character legendary, but because Perry
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During the late 1960s, Fred Hampton was one of the biggest voices in the American Black Panther Party where he preached revolutionary socialism and founded the Rainbow Coalition. He was also shot repeatedly in the head at point blank range by members of the Chicago Police Department in 1969. In 2021, director Shaka King looks
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HBO miniseries The Third Day has released its full trailer, proving that it has quite a lot to offer in addition to its headliners in Jude Law, Naomie Harris, Katherine Waterston and Emily Watson. Indeed, while we’ve already caught a teaser for the concept-driven drama, the latest clip is a fantastical barrage of intriguingly contrasting
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HBO Max has given the greenlight to a new docuseries called One Perfect Shot, inspired by a popular Twitter account of the same name. According to Deadline, Ava DuVernay will narrate and executive produce the series, in which celebrated filmmakers will take deep dives into the most famous shots of their careers. The show is
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Antebellum, the time-bending horror thriller starring Janelle Monae, is now skipping theaters in North America and will debut as a Premium Video On Demand (PVOD) release on September 18, it was announced today by Lionsgate. The movie, which will still open theatrically in “select” international markets, was originally scheduled to come out last April, but
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The YA genre is still booming, providing romance, adventure, and more for teens and adults alike. Here are some of the YA books from August 2020 we’re most looking forward to… Top New Young Adult Books August 2020 Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From by Jennifer De Leon  Type: NovelPublisher: Simon & SchusterRelease date: Aug.
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It’s February and I’m at Capital Sci Fi Con in Edinburgh, sitting next to Colin Baker. The day before, I’d brought my young sons to his table for an autograph, where he’d entertained them with all the bluster, bombast and larger-than-life loquaciousness we’d all come to expect from the Sixth Doctor, even if the man
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The first half of HBO’s Perry Mason was a bit of a tease. Though everyone with even a passing familiarity with American television knows that Perry Mason is a devoted, capable lawyer, HBO’s version of the show introduced him as something else entirely. Through four full episodes of TV, Matthew Rhys’s legal hero was more
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The 2020 Eisner Awards were presented by Phil Lamarr as part of Comic-Con At Home, the digital remote replacement for this year’s pandemic-canceled San Diego Comic-Con. The big winners on the night were women creators, winning outright or a share of almost two thirds of the awards. Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by
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The long-awaited adaptations of Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi classic Foundation and Neil Gaiman’s legendary comic book The Sandman are aiming to resume production this fall after being shut down earlier this year by the coronavirus pandemic. That news comes from David S. Goyer, who’s an executive producer on both projects and was asked about their status