Diversity Aboveground

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Diversity Aboveground: Marvel’s Diversity Improving?

Marvel Studios has taken a lot of criticism that seems to increase with every year. It’s 2016 and still no Black Widow solo film. Doctor Strange, despite the box office numbers, did have boycotts. Black Panther is still 16 months away. Captain Marvel won’t premiere until over a year after that. Characters in the LGBTQUIA+

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FILM REVIEW: Wonder Woman Proves Her Worth

When fans have adored a character for over 75 years but her only cinematic appearance is in The Lego Movie, it’s no wonder that Wonder Woman‘s arrival has been more anticipated than even James Comey testifying before Congress. Then, Patty Jenkins directs the film with a cast of mostly women and a crew with more

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Second Rounds On Us Podcast – Power Rangers Spoiler Review

That brand new episode is here with Tommy James, Mr. A-Town Ryan,Mista Malave and BigE sit down and breakdown Power Rangers! We all seen it together and now it’s time for the spoiler review! SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!!!! If you’ve seen the movie listen in, if you haven’t and don’t care listen in, if you havent and

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TRAILER: Enter ‘A Wrinkle In Time’

Meg Murry and her little brother, Charles Wallace, have been without their scientist father, Mr. Murry, for five years, ever since he discovered a new planet and used the concept known as a tesseract to travel there. Joined by Meg’s classmate Calvin O’Keefe and guided by the three mysterious astral travelers known as Mrs. Whatsit,

RUMOR: Hugh Jackman Cast as Scar in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’?

Today, kicked off  the biggest day for Disney’s D23 Convention. It was revealed to Omega Underground by someone with knowledge from the production that Hugh Jackman (Logan) has joined the voice cast of The Lion King as the main antagonist Scar. Jackman also worked with Disney in 2011’s Reel Steel. Scar was originally voiced by

‘Venom’ Audition Tape Might Confirm Anne Weying and R-Rating

A couple of hours ago we revealed Sony’s Venom movie starring Tom Hardy and directed by Ruben Fleischer would be shooting under the working title of Antidote. Omega Underground has now uncovered an audition tape for Venom labelled “Antidote” with newcomer Casey Jayne reading for a role. In her emotionally dark audition, there is a lot of

Working Title of Tom Hardy’s ‘Venom’ Movie Hinting To New Origin?

We’ve been keeping our ears to the ground concerning Sony’s Venom solo movie starring Tom Hardy and directed by Zombieland’s Ruben Fleischer. Previously, we’ve revealed the film will be shooting in Atlanta and New York City starting on September 1st. Now, Omega Underground has learned from production channels the film’s working title will be Antidote, the

‘The Incredibles 2’ Takes Place Directly After The Original

Today, marks the first day of Disney’s D23 Convention in California. Disney will be showcasing many of their top properties including Marvel and Lucasfilm. However, in their Pixar department; the studio has been hard at work developing the sequel to the beloved 2004 animated classic The Incredibles. Now many assumed that the sequel (just like in

Casting Call Suggests ‘Avengers 4’ Scene With The Japanese Yakuza

Avengers: Infinity War‘s production is said to be ending on July 14th, so we have potential new details concerning a scene from the yet to be titled Avengers 4. Omega Underground has uncovered an extras casting call for Japanese gangsters (likely referring to Yakuza) and Japanese cafe patrons. Specifically, they’re calling these roles Japanese and not just

TRAILER: An Unlikely Hero Emerges as ‘The Tick’

In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an accountant with no superpowers comes to realize his city is owned by a super villain. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, he falls in league with a strange blue superhero. The Tick debuts exclusively on Amazon Prime August 25th

‘The Grudge’ Reboot Gets Its Director in Nicolas Pesce

Japanese movies and media especially of the horror genre have been quite the fickle mistress in terms of Americanization for various reasons. From racially insensitive castings of all white actors to plots that just don’t make sense in western regions. Over all devoid of artistic asian style and influence that America just cant seem to nail;

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