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All six members of the current cinematic Justice League

FILM REVIEW: Justice League

SPOILERS, so many SPOILERS! Read at your own risk. Why didn’t Justice League do better? The film is fun. It’s everything our five year old selves would have wanted minus the whole Superman being dead and having to be resurrected like a space Frankenstein. However, that does make a nice excuse to have the six

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Diversity Aboveground: White Male Allies Needed

White male allies have started to feel what minorities have felt all their lives. They aren’t the star of every film anymore. Sometimes, they’re basically just there to be the villain. It’s great for minorities to see themselves on the screen. Sometimes, it’s fun to read the complaints over Twitter about the new leads in

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Ex Machina and Man From U.N.C.L.E. Actress Alicia Vikander In Talks For ‘Assassin’s Creed’ and ‘Bourne’

Deadline reports that Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is circling two rather large studio role post her thrilling role in Alex Garland’s Ex Machina. They report that Alicia is currently in talks with Universal for fifth Bourne film that reunites Matt Damon with director Paul Greengrass, along with another role in New Regency’s Assassin’s Creed. The latter

FEATURE: Five Ideas for More X-MEN Movie Spin-Offs

Following the huge success of X-Men: Days of Future Past last year, 20th Century Fox is moving full steam ahead with more movies in this franchise, essentially creating an “X-Men Cinematic Universe.” In 2016, three installments will be released: Deadpool, X-Men: Apocalypse and Gambit. 2017 will see the release of a sequel to The Wolverine,

The Original 1985 Jem television series

Diversity Aboveground: Return of the Jem

Jem, once an animated series from 1985-1988, has returned to multiple formats. Unlike the resurgence of My Little Pony, Jem is not getting a revamped animated series but there is a feature film and comic book series from IDW. The comic book is on the third issue but the film won’t be released until October

Summer TV Season Picks

We’ve come to end of another television season. Some of our favorite shows have left us on the edge of our seats until the next season. Some we’ve bid a sad farewell too (prematurely for some of them too….I’m looking at you, NBC, you never gave Constantine a fair chance). But what do we do

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