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REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘Death Note’

Film adaptations of the graphic medium. Especially Japanese Manga to live action cinema transitions has seemingly proven time and time again to be difficult endeavors. Doing nothing but display the fact that American film studios have little to no idea what anime fans actually want. Buying up franchises we hold near and dear to us

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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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Halloween Stalking Back to Cinemas Courtesy of the Saw Writers

It looks like Michael Myers is headed back to stalking victims across Haddonfield in a new Halloween film, as two of the writers of the Saw series are revitalizing the famed horror icon once more. Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, best known for writing the last four films in the Saw franchise, have been tapped by Dimension Films

Patrick Stewart Says He’s Apart Of ‘The Wolverine’ Sequel

Fans disappointed that logic and timelines have blocked Patrick Stewart from returning for X-Men Apocalypse as Professor Xavier might be excited to hear this news. During an interview with The Oregonian, Patrick reveals he’s apart of James Mangold’s untitled sequel to The Wolverine which is being referred to as The Wolverine 2/Wolverine 3.  He also

‘X-Men Apocalypse’ Set Photo Teasing Return Of The Danger Room?

Bryan Singer has been actively using his Twitter account to announce new cast members and reveal set photos, he first did this during the production of X-Men Days of Future Past and is seemingly doing the same for X-Men Apocalypse. This recent set photo he’s posted on Twitter and Instagram is of a familiar door but promises “something

Stunning Concept Art That Should Inspire ‘GHOST IN THE SHELL’ Movie

We just learned that Dreamworks will have many extra months of pre-production for their live-action Ghost In The Shell film. That said, I’ve dug-up some fantastic concept art (none is from the film) which many artists have already put together and hopefully the production design team over at Dreamworks sees this wonderful artwork influencing the final look

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Red Band Trailer For ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Released

Universal Pictures has unleashed the first trailer for Straight Outta Compton, which chronicles the rise of the rap group N.W.A, compromised of Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and Eazy-E. The trailer, with an introduction from Cube and Dre, sets the stage for what promises to be a very personal look into the band’s formation, and their

NERD THOUGHTS: Why Films Need Better Viral Marketing Campaigns

In this century (the 21st century *Pushes up glasses*), social media outlets pop up on a regular basis. If it’s not Facebook, it’s Twitter. Not a Tumblr fan? Ok maybe you should try Pinterest. Don’t like Instagram? Vine’s for you. But do the films that get released at the theaters that are a stones throw

Bryan Cranston Rumored For ‘STAR TREK 3’ Villain

A new casting scoop coming from Film Divider is claiming that Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is currently in the mix for the villain role in Justin Lin’s Stark Trek 3. Divider is slightly new to the scene so it’s more of a rumor at this point, but we’ve been down this road before with Cranston villain

FEATURE: Five More Marvel Characters Who Should Star in a Television Series

With the history-making success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s no surprise that Marvel Studios has gone on to expand this world to television. ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is currently in its second season, while Agent Carter has been successful in its premiere this year. Meanwhile, Marvel and Netflix will partner to explore the darker,

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