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  • Meet Team Solo: Our First Han Solo Cast Photo

    Meet Team Solo: Our First Han Solo Cast Photo

    Team Han Solo is ready for action! Star Wars released the first image of the cast of the spinoff film and it doesn’t disappoint. The picture may be a little corny, but excitement is definitely high as they began principal photography yesterday, February 20th! Stars Alden Enrenreich, Donald Glover, Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson and now confirmed Phoebe Waller-Bridge all squeeze in with Joonas Suotamo returning as Chewbacca and directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. And where are they squeezed you ask? […]

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  • THE INHUMANS Series Finds Their Bad Guy in the Bastard Ramsey Bolton

    THE INHUMANS Series Finds Their Bad Guy in the Bastard Ramsey Bolton

    Yes. You read that correctly. Actor Iwan Rheon who played the Game of Thrones bastard Ramsey Bolton, easily one of the worst, most despicable, vile and manipulative villains ever on TV has been tapped to portray Maximus the Mad on the upcoming Marvel series, The Inhumans, for ABC. The Hollywood Reporter describes his character as “a clever and charming Inhuman that is fiercely devoted to the people of Attilan, especially his brother, the King — though he harbors an intense […]

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  • DEADPOOL 2 Starts Filming Later This Year

    DEADPOOL 2 Starts Filming Later This Year

    Think back to last year. In fact, think back to Valentine’s Day last year and you’ll most likely remember Ryan Reynolds zipping himself up into red spandex as Deadpool. Now, a full year later, we’re finally getting more and more Deadpool news each week. Last week, we heard that Kerry Washington might be playing Domino and today we got word that the highly-anticipated sequel could start filming in May of this year. According to various production websites like My Entertainment World, […]

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  • First Reactions to WONDER WOMAN are Positive

    First Reactions to WONDER WOMAN are Positive

    The news is in! Wonder Woman is great! We wish we could say that to you with all honesty, but sadly we cannot. We have not seen the film and we’re not sure who these twitter users are. For all we know, they are somehow connected to Warner Bros. or were manipulated in some way. We don’t believe that with certainty. We really want this film to be great and to finally set the DCEU onto a new path, but […]

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  • She’s a Funny Girl That Belle: New BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Clip Shows Belle’s Little Town

    She’s a Funny Girl That Belle: New BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Clip Shows Belle’s Little Town

    There must be more than this provincial life! This new Beauty and the Beast clip gives us Belle starting her morning walking around the town. She runs into the baker with his tray like always. I’ll resist singing this whole post as we get our first listen of “Little Town” also known as Belle’s song. The biggest thing about this clip besides the singing is all the colors! Maybe I’ve been watching too many dark movies lately but the costumes are […]

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  • Your First Look at (Toy) Ares from WONDER WOMAN Plus Casting News

    Your First Look at (Toy) Ares from WONDER WOMAN Plus Casting News

    We have some Wonder Woman news! And it’s news about the movie’s villain, Ares. We have our first look at the villain via the Toy Fair plus we heard casting news this weekend. It’s a two-for-one so talk about the Amazonian’s enemy! Toyark had gone to the Toy Fair in New York and took hundreds of pictures of the toys on display. When they got to the Mattel booth, Wonder Woman DCEU film action figures were displayed including Queen Hippolyta, Diana of Themyscira, Wonder […]

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  • First Look at Kurt Russell as Ego in Toy Form and New Pic of Star-Lord and Drax

    First Look at Kurt Russell as Ego in Toy Form and New Pic of Star-Lord and Drax

    It’s a Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 bonanza! This morning, Empire released a new picture of Chris Pratt and Dave Bautista in their roles as Star-Lord and Drax. It’s not exactly clear where they’re standing or where they’re at in the pic, but what is clear is that they both look awesome and are both holding really cool looking guns — Drax especially. Though, to be fair, it’s Star-Lord who is striking the more bad ass ready-for-action pose. Apparently, the […]

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  • Samuel L. Jackson and His Future with the Marvel Cinematic Universe

    Samuel L. Jackson and His Future with the Marvel Cinematic Universe

    Marvel Phase Three is well underway. With Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange already released, we are well on the march towards Avengers: Infinity War and beyond. And it looks like we might finally see a familiar face returning to fight alongside Earth’s Mightiest Heroes — Col. Nick Fury, as played by Samuel L. Jackson. We haven’t seen him since Avengers: Age of Ultron, but we know he’s still out there. During an interview regarding the upcoming release […]

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  • Geek Girl Cantina: Weekly STAR WARS Wrap-up – 02/19/17

    Geek Girl Cantina: Weekly STAR WARS Wrap-up – 02/19/17

    Here at Geek Girl Cantina we’ll be wrapping up the week in Star Wars news. We have foreign titles of The Last Jedi giving us clues, Rey is sporting a new do in merchandise, Rian Johnson is heading to Star Wars Celebration and much more! Let’s try spinning, that’s a good trick!   Jedi Is Plural In some of the biggest news this week, we seem to have confirmation from the foreign markets. Star Wars The Last Jedi had opened […]

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  • Movie Review – JACKIE

    Movie Review – JACKIE

    IF EVER I WOULD LEAVE YOU… Jackie by Paul Preston The Movie Guys When Natalie Portman first appears on screen in the Jacqueline Onassis film, Jackie, she’s so affected in her voice and demeanor, I found it difficult to get close to her. That may be the trick. Jackie O. has been described as one of the least known well-known people in American public life. But stick with Portman’s performance, I found it off-putting at first, but the ultimate result […]

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  • Matt Reeves is OUT of THE BATMAN

    Matt Reeves is OUT of THE BATMAN

    Well that was even faster news. Variety is reporting that talks between WB and director Matt Reeves have broken down. Reeves is out, we’re back to zero. The Batman movie is still going through the ringer. May I bury my head in the sand until this storm is over? For those who don’t know, The Batman film was being written and directed by star Ben Affleck. In January, after major speculation, Affleck had dropped out of the director’s chair. He stated that […]

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(L-r)†EZRA MILLER as The Flash,†BEN AFFLECK as Batman and GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman

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    Zack Synder Shares a Behind-the-Scenes Tease of Batman being Batman in JUSTICE LEAGUE

    Justice League is most definitely one of the biggest, most anticipated movies to come out this year and we’ve got to wait until November to see it! But, certainly, we’ll see a trailer soon, right? In the mean time, Zack Snyder posted this picture of Batman kicking some warehouse-based ass to Imgur earlier today with the simple caption, “Down at CO3 with Stefan.” And just what does he mean by CO3 and all that? He is referring to Stefan Sonnenfeld, President […]

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  • Classic Film Through a Feminist Lens: DANCE, GIRL, DANCE

    Classic Film Through a Feminist Lens: DANCE, GIRL, DANCE

    Backstage musicals were all the rage in the 1930s and 1940s. It was impossible to throw a rock without hitting Dick Powell or Mickey Rooney leading a troop of ragtag performers using nothing but their pluck and wit. Dance, Girl, Dance is another musical in this sub genre. While the film hasn’t transcended the decades like some of its’ contemporaries, Dance, Girl, Dance is notably progressive. The movie is a work of Hollywood cinema which is very worthy of discussion, especially when viewed through a feminist […]

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  • THE KITCHEN Adaption Nabs Andrea Berloff as Director

    THE KITCHEN Adaption Nabs Andrea Berloff as Director

    Andrea Berloff will be making her directorial debut with a comic book film adaption! The Kitchen was a Vertigo comics miniseries by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle. According to THR, the female-driven mob drama will be directed by the Straight Outta Compton co-writer. Don’t know The Kitchen? Let’s get you up to speed. Set in 1970’s Hell’s Kitchen New York, 3 gangster’s wives take over the Irish mob when their husbands are killed. In only 8 issues, the comic focused on the women […]

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  • Anne Hathaway is a Kaiju in New COLOSSAL Trailer

    Anne Hathaway is a Kaiju in New COLOSSAL Trailer

    Colossal has been making the rounds at film festivals and finally has an official trailer! Directed and written by Nacho Vigalondo, we have a new take on the monster genre film – namely a comedy. Anne Hathaway stars in the indie film as a woman having a mental breakdown who’s related to a kaiju that’s popped up across the world! The trailer depicts Hathaway’s Gloria going through some tough times. She’s unemployed, just went through a breakup and has moved back […]

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