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  • Alicia Vikander Forms Female-Led Production Company

    By all accounts, Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is having a pretty good year. On the heels of landing the role of Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider reboot and winning a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in The Danish Girl, Alicia is launching her own production company with her London-based agent, Charles Collier. -Read our […]

  • The 100 3×14 Review: “Red Sky at Morning”

    “Red Sky at Morning” chips away at Alie’s plan, but with only two episodes of The 100 left this season, her motivation isn’t being revealed fast enough. It’s very boring to watch a show where the good guys always win. Likewise, it’s boring – and frustrating – to watch a show where the good guys never win. […]

  • We May Finally Be Getting That Black Widow Movie

    I’ve done twelve years of waiting in Azkaban for this, and it may actually become a reality. Kevin Feige says Black Widow could get her own solo film. The news comes on the heels of a rather impressive domestic opening (and it’s only Friday!) for Captain America: Civil War, during which Natasha Romanov (aka Black Widow) plays […]

  • “Dear White People” Series Coming to Netflix

    Dear White People – the acclaimed indie drama from Justin Simien – will soon be coming to television. (Well, Netflix. Same thing.) Announced today, Netflix ordered ten episodes of a half-hour comedy based on Simien’s 2014 feature debut. Produced by Lionsgate – the sister company of Roadside Attractions, which released the original film – the […]

  • Marvel Debuts All-New Black Panther Video Series

    Marvel has just unveiled a brand new video series dedicated to introducing a new audience to T’Challa, aka Black Panther. T’Challa makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War, which opens in US theaters this week, but his comic is already a best-seller. Still, many people (such as myself) may not be as familiar […]

  • Fans Want Disney to Give Elsa a Girlfriend in “Frozen 2”

    The reports are in, and surprise, surprise, a lot of major studios fail at portraying the LGBTQIA+ community. Step one towards doing a better job? Give Elsa a girlfriend in the upcoming Frozen sequel. Disney is one of the many studios who have failed the annual GLAAD Studio Responsibility Index. According to the report, Disney “excluded […]

  • Dylan O’Brien, Heal Thyself – We Can Wait

    When news originally broke of Dylan O’Brien’s Maze Runner: The Death Cure on-set accident in March, fans feared the worst. Early reports were conflicting and not very specific, but they all sounded awful. I couldn’t even bring myself to read the description of his injuries because it reminded me too much of an accident my sister had […]

  • Marvel Pulls Inhumans from Movie Schedule

    Inhumans, which was slotted to air July 12, 2019 as part of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase III, has been shuffled down the schedule. Problem is, we don’t know how far down it’s been moved. The news of it being pulled from the schedule may come as no surprise to some people, especially considering this isn’t the […]