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Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam movie is finally becoming a reality. Having recently wrapped principal photography, the antihero driven movie about an ancient champion with the power of Shazam is due to open on July 29, 2022. It’s a movie that will fill out considerable chunks of DCEU history, from some ancient history hinted at in
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While The Game Awards are usually pretty hard to predict (especially by awards show standards), this year’s event happens to feature an especially eclectic collection of nominees that could all just as easily walk away with the show’s top prizes. A combination of delays and strange circumstances deprived this year’s Game Awards show of its
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So you’ve finished “A Family Tradition” – the concluding episode of Netflix’s global blockbuster series Money Heist. It’s like finally getting off the wildest rollercoaster ride ever, right? So many twists and turns, so many powerful scenes that put our hearts in our throats, so many feels…and now it’s over.   From the very start, no
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This article contains spoilers for Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous season 4. When Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous brought a PG cartoon into the PG-13 live action franchise, it was unclear whether the eight-episode first season would continue into a second. But the six kids trying to get off Isla Nublar during the events of Jurassic World
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This Young Justice: Phantoms review contains spoilers. Young Justice Season 4 Episode 9 “Ondu!” thankfully pivots Young Justice: Phantoms away from the tedium of the Tigress arc and into one starring Zatanna. This change of pace freshens up the show significantly – it’s Young Justice’s first significant exploration of the magical side of the DCU,
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We’ve known for quite some time that Jonathan Majors would be playing the villainous Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the third film in Peyton Reed’s trilogy about Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), and their crew of MCU misfits. This film is particularly notable because it’s the first
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2021 is nearly in the books and Hulu is celebrating by heading back to the past…like, the way past. With its list of new releases for December 2021, Hulu is going positive Medieval with two swords and shield original series arriving this month. Animated comedy Crossing Swords premieres its second season on Dec. 10. This
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In a new Starfield developer diary called “Into the Starfield: The Endless Pursuit,” game director Todd Howard talks about how the upcoming sci-fi RPG will continue one of The Elder Scrolls series’ most iconic traditions. “You always have that ‘step out’ moment into the world,” Howard says of previous Elder Scrolls and Bethesda Studios titles.
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We knew that next-gen consoles were going to be some of the most popular items during the various Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales, but few could have predicted that the Xbox Series S would be the biggest “winner” of the holiday season. This information comes from the Adobe Digital Economy Index, which measured over a trillion
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This Dexter: New Blood review contains spoilers. Dexter: New Blood Episode 4 No one is ever who they say they are on Dexter. The quirky, socially awkward blood splatter guy? He’s a murderer. The Assistant District Attorney? He may be harboring murderous fantasies just waiting for an excuse to come out. The successful self-help guru?
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This Hellbound article contains MAJOR spoilers for both the Netflix series and Train to Busan. While the tradition K-drama model is a one-and-done format, with one full story spanning an entire season and coming to a definitive conclusion, Hellbound feels different. The Netflix series ends on a massive cliffhanger that puts all of the supernaturally
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So, maybe there isn’t enough Christmas and holiday programming on TV for your liking. We get it. You can’t be stuck at the mercy of broadcasters and cable networks all the time, not when there are so many Christmas movies to watch, right? Well, because we’re a little intense, we’re working on an index of every