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Joaquin Phoenix May Be Our Clown Prince of Crime in the Joker Stand-Alone Film

According to Variety, we may be getting quite a different Joker than we were expecting. The site reports that actor Joaquin Phoenix is the top choice to play the Joker in the Todd Phillips stand alone film. Not only that, but the actor is in talks to join the production. This paints a different picture than we had heard when the film was originally announced. So what exactly has changed? Well it appears origin may not be the best word to describe the film. When the film was announced in August of last year, we had heard that the...

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Agents of Shield Recap: (S04E04) “Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire”

Things start to heat up on this week’s Marvel: Agents of SHIELD as our heroes get one step closer to solving the mystery of the energy ghosts.  And Ghost Rider gets involved in a heated battle.  This was an awesome episode…. We start off this week with cutest couple in the MCU, FitzSimmons.  They’re taking the next step in there relationship and getting a new apartment. As Gemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) is talking about the features, Leo Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) is more concerned about the price, but he trusts her judgement.  Gemma opens the door to her dream apartment and encounters Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennett), who is beat up and has been shot.   Gemma patches up Daisy and Daisy asks for her help.  She was shot by Watchdogs who had a list of registered Inhumans and their locations. Daisy tells Gemma that the Watchdogs are hacking into SHIELD servers.  She asks Gemma to help her hack in to try and stop them from getting the Inhuman info.  Gemma refuses, so Daisy forces her to help by pulling  a gun on Gemma. Elias Murrow (Jose Zuniga) gets an unexpected visitor when Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) shows up at the prison.  Elias Murrow worked at the Momentum Alternative Energy Lab when the accident occurred that turned a think tank team into ghosts.  Coulson wants information about that accident, but Elias won’t...

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Agents of SHIELD “Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire” Sees SHIELD Meet Ghost Rider for the First Time!

Since this article will show you a trailer for next week’s episode of Agents of SHIELD, ABC’s hit Marvel series, it seems obvious to warn you that there are spoilers for the series here. But, just in case, you’ve been warned. There are spoilers here. Last night’s Agents of SHIELD saw some real nail biters. We almost lost Agent May (Ming-Na Wen) and Agent Phil Coulson’s (Clark Gregg) strike team almost didn’t stop the EMP’s in time — but then they did. We also saw Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennett) leaving her new best friend Robbie Reyes (Gabriel Luna) a.k.a....

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Marvel’s Divided We Stand Has Some Very Interesting and Unexpected Players Involved!

~Matt Key Marvel released a new image today for something they are calling “Divided We Stand.” It is, apparently the aftermath of the currently in-motion story Civil War II, which sees Captain Marvel and Tony Stark in an ideological fight over the use of a new Inhuman, Ulysses, and his power to see the future — do you act on the predictions and change the future, or simply do your best to prepare for what’s coming. For Stark, a Minority Report like state is the ultimate outcome, where freedoms are being taken away from people before they’ve ever done anything....

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February’s Most Anticipated Game Releases

2017 was an incredible year for gaming and 2018 isn’t looking half bad either. Now with a confirmed date for Red Dead Redemption 2 (October 26), the 2018 game hype is on! We kicked off January with the big releases of Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter Worlds.  Here’s a look at some of the most anticipated games to be released this February! RELATED: The 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2018 Shadow of the Colossus One of the most acclaimed games of all time is getting remastered. Shadow of the Colossus debuted on the PlayStation 2 in 2005 and immediately captured...

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CheckPoint’s Mental Health In Gaming Series Launches

CheckPoint is a non-profit organisation focusing on promoting mental health awareness and positive practices in the gaming community, which we have introduced previously in Checking In With CheckPoint. On Monday, they released the first of their web series, diving deep into the the nature of gaming and its varied positive and negative effects on mental health. Last year the team at CheckPoint launched their Kickstarter to fund the series. As with all aspects of the organisation, this endeavor is funded by the very community it proudly supports, successfully raising well above the goal thanks to close to a thousand backers....

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Sundance Film Festival: AMERICAN ANIMALS

Every year a few films quickly establish themselves as popular (and critical) darlings of the Sundance Film Festival. After its January 19th premiere, American Animals took a swaggering step forward as one of these favourites. The cocky heist film even secured an early distribution deal during the festival. While the film starts out with the brash and cocky flourishes of a young film-maker working at the top of his game, the movie soon gels into something interesting. While there is a lot going on in American Animals, it is the performances in the movie which ultimately sell it. At...

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Recasting Couch: GAME OF THRONES

Game of Thrones premiered in 2011 to rave reviews and wide-spread popular success. In the years which followed, the fantasy series has demonstrated solid acting, entertaining writing and revolutionary visual effects. Combining all these elements together, Game of Thrones is one of the show’s which continually stands on the forefront of the rapidly evolving television landscape. In each installment of the Recasting Couch, a different contemporary film or television classic is recast with the stars of the golden age of Hollywood. Who would you cast in a golden age Game of Thrones?  RELATED: Check out our previous installments of the...

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These FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD Photos Tease a New Dark Witch

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is coming this fall and we can’t wait. And thanks to Pottermore.com, we have our first look at the film. Not only do we have some new costumes, we also have a new character to talk about. Plus, we see that Newt will be doing some globe trotting with our favorite pastry making No-Maj. Hooray for happy returns and getting the gang back together! We see Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler) briskly walking the streets of Paris! Oh Jacob must be in heaven looking at all those French pastries....

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Citizen Scientists Actually Use the Internet for Something Useful and Discover a Star System with Five Super Earths

Here’s a fact: the age of connectivity means that a single human being armed with an internet capable device has a historically unprecedented level of power. The calculator function alone on your smart phone would have made you a full-on wizard in the Middle Ages. But, as we all know, we mostly use that power to post pictures of our food and send GIFs of Luke Skywalker brushing dust off his shoulder. However, every once in a while, we come across something that reminds us of how a powerful this connectivity can really be. The Exoplanet Explorers Program is...

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