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Diversity Aboveground: TV Winners & Losers 2016

It’s that time of year again to reflect on what television gave us this season and whether next season will be better in TV Winners & Losers 2016. Winners: Literary Fans Assuming they’re willing to put down their latest novel, book lovers will have more than usual to choose from on television. ABC will have

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‘The Legend of Tarzan’ (2016) Film Review

Created in 1912, the Tarzan character has starred in countless movie adaptations over the past century. This filmography ranges from silent films to Disney’s 1999 animated classic. The latest adaptation, Warner Bros.’ The Legend of Tarzan, offers a new take on the mythos. In this film, John Clayton III has left the Congo, but the time

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Keean Johnson Nabs Hugo Role In ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that newcomer Keean Johnson (Nashville) has beat-out a handful of candidates for the role of Hugo in Robert Rodriguez‘s adaptation of the manga Alita: Battle Angel. Keean Johnson, best known for his work on ABC’s Nashville, has nabbed the highly coveted part opposite Rosa Salazar, the actress who is playing the


What Marvel’s Rumored ‘Shang-Chi’ Netflix Series Needs To Look Like

On the heels of tomorrow’s release of Luke Cage, we hope to see more diverse leading Marvel heroes being developed for series on Netflix. Recently, That Hashtag Show revealed a rumor that Shang-Chi would be involved with the Iron Fist on Netflix and could get his own spinoff series. We have a couple of ideas of who Marvel Television should


Newcomer Winston Duke To Play Villain Man-Ape In ‘Black Panther’

Variety reports that newcomer Winston Duke (Person of Interest) has joined the cast of Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther as villain M’Baku. M’Baku aka Man-Ape is yet another reoccurring villain T’Challa faces in the comics alongside Michael B. Jordan’s Erik Killmonger. M’Baku is a worshipper of the sacred White Gorilla who was exiled from Wakanda because


Molly Parker Joins Toby Stephens In Netflix’s ‘Lost In Space’ Reboot

Deadline has learned that House of Cards actress Molly Parker will be reuniting with Netflix for another project, as she’ll be joining Black Sails actor Toby Stephens in their reboot of Lost In Space. Film and television director Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones, The Decent, Black Sails, Westworld, Hannibal) will be producing the series and


‘Doctor Strange’ Set To Appear in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

While Marvel has yet to announce the full cast list for Avengers: Infinity War news on which characters are going to appear has been slowly leaking out. We have already learned that the Guardians of the Galaxy will return for the final battle with Thanos. Now actor Benedict Cumberbatch goes onto reveal with Empire Magazine