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Six months after The New York Times detailed sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood scandal is now in the process of becoming a movie. The movie mogul was blacklisted from the film industry, and now Annapurna Pictures and Plan B Entertainment will release a movie detailing the events.

Following the allegations made against film producer Harvey Weinstein, two New York Times reporters, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, covered the intimate details regarding the scandal. In fact, their investigative story titled “Harvey Weinstein Paid Off Sexual Harassment Accusers for Decades” singlehandedly prompted the firing of Weinstein from his own company, as well as his removal from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Now, Annapurna Pictures and Brad Pitt’s Plan ...

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Avengers: Infinity War is one of the most ambitious movies ever made, with a cast of characters bigger than just about any cinematic event. In terms of the sheer number of stars gathered from all corners of Hollywood to appear in one picture, the only comparison is the epic 1963 comedy, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Practically every main character (and many supporting figures) from every corner of the MCU have assembled to take on Thanos and his Black Order in the ultimate battle over the fate of the universe… Well, until 2019’s Avengers 4, that is.

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Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon says he’s optimistic about the progress being made in contract negotiations regarding season 4. After a season of hilarity, darkness and controversy, the future of Rick and Morty looks very much up in the air. Adult Swim has yet to order a fourth installment of the animated sci-fi series, despite season 3 scoring high in the ratings while turning the show from a cult hit into a pop culture phenomenon.

What’s the reason for the delay? In a recent interview on Kevin Smith’s SModcast, Harmon said it’s all about ongoing contract negotiations. This time around the negotiations have apparently become more heated than ...

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The most recent box office projections for Deadpool 2 indicate the sequel will in fact surpass the opening weekend of its predecessor. Released in 2016, the original Deadpool broke records during its box office run, earning $132.5 million in its first frame. It eventually ended up as the highest-grossing X-Men film of all-time ($363 million domestically), giving Fox a go-to franchise for years to come. Not only is Deadpool 2 just a few weeks away, the studio is gearing up for an X-Force film and have multiple stars contracted for follow-ups.

As such, the only question about Deadpool 2’s commercial prospects was just how high it would go when it arrives in theaters ...

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The latest trailer for Venom has just undergone an awesome reimagining through the lens of the 1990s animated television show Spider-Man: The Animated Series. The audio and title cards have been replicated, but all other visuals have been replaced with footage from the original show, creating a perfectly-synced throwback to pre-Tom Hardy Venom.

In the upcoming film from director Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland), Hardy will essentially be playing two characters when he brings Eddie Brock and his symbiote-infested alter ego to the big screen in Venom. While specific plot details are sparse, the comic adaptation follows journalist Eddie Brock during his pursuit to uncover the shady goings-on at a science facility that just so happens to ...

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When Captain America made his debut in Marvel Comics in 1941, could creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby have known what an icon he would become?

Many writers and artists have taken on the character over the last 70 years, making him one of Marvel’s most well known creations.

When the character debuted, Steve Rogers went from a mild mannered man looking to join the army to the subject of a super soldier experiment.

Steve, infused with a serum that made him a “peak human,” found himself with increased strength, stamina, durability, and more. His body was put through its paces in training. As a ...

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Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie have revealed the biggest and most elaborate stunt from Mission: Impossible – Fallout. Cruise has become infamous for continuously upping the ante for himself with each new Mission: Impossible film, as far as the stunt-work is concerned. After swinging around the tallest building in the world (the Burj Khalifa) for 2011’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Cruise found a way to top his own efforts by hanging onto the side of a plane for the opening sequence in 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

Cruise and his Rogue Nation helmsman McQuarrie, who is making history with Fallout by being the first director to tackle multiple Mission: Impossible movies, have ...

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Tom Cruise reveals that contrary to internet legend, he was never close to playing Tony Stark in Marvel’s Iron Man. Tom Cruise has enjoyed a long and illustrious career playing everything from action heroes to romantic leads to hilariously profane cigar chomping movie producers. But one thing Cruise has never played? A superhero.

Sure, a lot of the characters Cruise plays are so insanely indestructible they might as well be superheroes. The line between Ethan Hunt and a true superhero is so razor-thin as to barely exist. But in fact, Cruise has never crossed over and entered any proper superhero universe. If you believe popular legend, ...

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The Final Fantasy series counts a lot of strange creatures among the various playable characters that appear in each game. It’s possible to have aliens, abominable snowmen, moogles, monsters, robots, and wild animals in your party of adventurers.

The Final Fantasy games also offer no correlation between a character’s appearance and their strength, as the little girl who wields a paintbrush in Final Fantasy VI can hit just as hard as the muscle-bound monk as long as she has the right equipment and stats.

It’s common for players to pick their Final Fantasy party based on which characters they like in each game. This means that the ...

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Disney XD is going back to a galaxy far, far away with their new animated series Star Wars Resistance. The Star Wars universe is thriving with several forms of content being released. While the movies get the most attention, weekly comic books, several novels, and TV shows have also helped expand the canon. A live-action Star Wars TV series is currently being developed by Jon Favreau, but the franchise lost a vital piece earlier this year when the animated TV show Star Wars Rebels ended after four seasons.

Rebels was the second animated series to be part of Star Wars canon, following Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The Rebels finale was rather hopeful, ...

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Nintendo Co. made a major announcement regarding the company’s future at a news conference in Osaka today, introducing Nintendo’s new president to the world. The gaming industry giant is entrusting its future to Shuntaro Furukawa, who is taking over the company’s presidency from Tatsumi Kimishima. This announcement was coupled alongside Nintendo’s profit forecast reaching the highest it has been since 2010.

Furukawa is an industry veteran, but at just 46 years of age, he’s 22 years younger than exiting president Kimishima. In what’s being heralded as a savvy move on Nintendo’s part, Furukawa appears to be the company’s latest attempt to make its management younger. Furukawa takes over at an exciting time for Nintendo, with Nintendo Switch sales on pace for 20 million ...

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Allow Us To Introduce Nintendo’s New President

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Jordan Peele had the surprise breakout hit movie of 2017 with last year’s Get Out, and now it seems that an unlikely source may have inspired the comedian to write a sequel to his directorial debut, or at least joke that it had. The comedian, who wrote and directed the horror/thriller about a young black man who learns some pretty disturbing things about his white girlfriend’s family after meeting them for the first time, won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for the movie. Now it seems that all it takes to get the sequel underway is a few tweets from Kanye West himself.

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If the latest reports are to be believed, Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 5 could be about to take a giant leap forward in the tech specs.

As the dust settles around those wild “PS5 in 2018” rumors, gamers are now looking to the future and a more likely release date. While players still swing their Leviathan Axe as Kratos and prepare to swing across New York City as Spider-Man, there are those already saving their hard-earned cash for the eventual release of the PlayStation 5. It may still be a while off yet, but developers are already keen to get under the hood of the next console.

Related: This Is The Fastest-Selling Console Generation In Gaming History

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WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Avengers: Infinity War

Thanos is out to kill the Avengers in Infinity War, but he may create a new Marvel movie superhero in the process. Marvel fans have hoped to see Nova join the MCU for years, as the Avengers-focused films have shifted farther and farther from planet Earth, and deeper into the alien powers of Marvel’s Cosmic Universe. Those two worlds collide thanks to Thanos in Infinity War, but the evidence suggests Avengers 3 may also act as the origin story for Richard Rider a.k.a. Nova, the last survivor of Xandar.

Previously director James Gunn explained that he didn’t want to use
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Avengers: Infinity War delivers an exciting culmination of the MCU, though it’s overstuffed and suffers from certain typical Marvel movie problems.

Avengers: Infinity War sets out to accomplish a feat never previously attempted in Hollywood: bring together all the heroes of a sprawling superhero universe in a cohesive narrative while delivering an event that justifies 10 years and 18 movies worth of build up. There is an unprecedented amount of hype surrounding the latest installment in Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe, but an unprecedented level of expectations as well. The question of Avengers: Infinity War was whether Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and directors Anthony and Joe Russo could ...

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Alien director Ridley Scott has said he wants to replace the titular creature in its own franchise, but with respect to the legendary filmmaker, he just doesn’t seem to understand the Xenomorph anymore. The beast is far from “cooked.”

Ridley Scott’s work in the sci-fi genre is rightly considered groundbreaking, with both Alien and Blade Runner presenting visions of the future that influenced the genre for decades to come. Scott’s return to the Alien franchise with Prometheus was highly anticipated, but that movie would ultimately split viewers down the middle. The movie also established the director was moving away from familiar tropes like eggs, facehuggers and even the classic Xenomorph itself.

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Avengers: Infinity War is finally here and audiences are flocking to watch Thanos take on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, but is it suitable for kids? Marvel movies have become a staple part of the cinema experience for many, and the release of Avengers: Infinity War marks the coming together of everyone who’s anyone in the MCU. But with it being touted as the darkest MCU offering to date, is it suitable for younger children to see in theaters, or are they likely to become upset or scared?

Avengers: Infinity War has been classified as PG-13, which means that anyone under the age of 13 ...

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Wolverine is the best at what he does, and what he does isn’t very nice. It’s also a little confusing how he does it.

Since his appearance in The Incredible Hulk #180 in 1974, Wolverine has gone through some major changes and retcons. Wolverine burst onto the scene with a simple premise– he was short, Canadian, had claws, and was temperamental.

With no real plans for Wolverine’s future, Marvel could not have predicted how monumentally popular Wolverine would become. Wolverine has not only been a valuable member of the X-Men and Avengers, but he’s also a cultural icon.

Although his past has always been a little murky, his powers seemed straight forward– he has ...

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The Batman is currently in development under the direction of Matt Reeves after the departure of Ben Affleck as director. The original Affleck script was expected to include Deathstroke as the main villain, but it’s currently unknown what Reeves’ version will be about other than the fact that it will be a hard boiled detective story. After months of uncertainty, it’s not even clear if Affleck will return to the role of the Caped Crusader, but he hasn’t been officially ruled out yet. Rumors have suggested he’ll be replaced by Jake Gyllenhaal, but Gyllenhaal recently denied the rumor.

Following rumors that Marvel may be developing an Eternals movie for phase 4 of the MCU, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has confirmed that The Eternals is one of several projects the studio is considering for a film. Though a lesser-known property, The Eternals fit perfectly into Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After Avengers 4, the MCU will move on from Thanos and explore new worlds while introducing new characters to take the places of the ones we may lose.

The Eternals are a race of superhuman immortals created by Jack Kirby in 1976. After starring in their own limited series, the characters were featured in many popular titles, including Thor and ...

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