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Rosario Dawson and Others Confirmed to Appear in Marvel’s Jessica Jones

~Matt Key We already know that Rosario Dawson is under contract to appear in multiple Netflix series for Marvel, though that certainly does not mean she has to be written into each one. It’s entirely possible, though unlikely, that Dawson’s character, Claire Temple, will never again be in an episode. Thankfully, that is not the case for Netflix’s upcoming series, Jessica Jones. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg confirmed that Dawson will indeed be appearing in the series, saying, “I think I’m allowed to say: Rosario Dawson will be dropping in.”   This is great news...

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Netflix Says to Expect a New Marvel Series Every Six Months!

~Matt Key Out of Variety today, we’ve learned that Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos, has given a presentation at the Television Critics Association press tour confirming that their next Marvel series, Jessica Jones, will definitely premiere by the end of 2015. This has been expected to be the case, but here we finally have confirmation of it. But wait, more was said. Sarandos also gave their schedule for all of the upcoming Marvel series, at least in terms of their expected release dates, saying that a new series will start up every six months. Sarandos on Marvel’s #Netflix...

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SUPERFLACK (DON’T GET DOWN ON MARVEL)

SUPERFLACK FOR SUPERHEROES Superflack (Don’t Get Down on Marvel) Review by Ray Schillaci The Movie Guys Lately the blogs have been alive with harsh words from actors, directors, and writers on the subject of superhero movies. They’ve been passed off as trite drivel that plays to the lowest common denominator while they dumb down the audience. It’s been suggested they only exist for big franchise possibilities and fast bucks. The latter is probably true, but when has the studio system or anyone reaping the benefits ever complained about that? If they could figure a way to get Harry Potter...

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TOP SIX MOMENTS IN DEADPOOL TRAILER

~Matt Key At San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, fans that made it in to the Fox panel in Hall H were treated to their very first look at the Deadpool trailer. Ryan Reynolds has promised they’ll release it in three weeks time as there are still some effects shots they are working on. But, in the mean time, to wet your whistle, here are our top six favorite moments from the Deadpool trailer. RYAN REYNOLDS IS UNHAPPY WITH GREEN LANTERN FILM Towards the beginning of the trailer, they tell Wade Wilson, the man who will become Deadpool, about...

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GET EXCITED! Marvel Reveals 45 New Titles Coming Out Post Secret Wars!

~Matt Key So, there was a leak over at Marvel Comics and it is an exciting one! Following the events of the Secret Wars, currently going on in the comics, we’ve got an entirely new line of comics starting up at #1. Marvel has said that this should not be seen as entirely a reset or a reboot, but with Secret Wars already changing a lot of things about the continuity and history of the characters and their stories, it’s hard to see exactly what it is. Anyway, the leak that occurred shows us the contents of Marvel’s Previews...

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Kevin Feige Says Marvel Television Characters Could End Up on the Big Screen!

~Matt Key In an interview with io9, Kevin Feige commented on the future of Marvel Television and those characters ending up on screen opposite their cinematic colleagues. “As those [shows] come out, as those get into the culture I think they’re, just like what happens in the movies, tools in the toolbox for some of those shows. And what happens on those shows could be tools in the tool box of the movies. I think that’ll happen at some point. Which characters will make the jump and when remains to be seen.” With the success of shows like Netflix’s Daredevil,...

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Soska Sisters Throwing Night Nurse into Demonic Adventures for Marvel Comics!

~Matt Key What’s a better combination than two horror auteurs writing a comic book? Them writing a comic book story that involves demons, disease and a hero with no powers who just wants to do what’s right in an unforgiving, dystopian desert. That’s what we’re getting from Marvel in September. The Soska Sisters, a.k.a. The Twisted Twins, creators of such horror films as Dead Hooker In A Trunk, American Mary, See No Evil 2, and the up-coming Vendetta, are making their comic writing debut with a story in Secret Wars Journal #5. The Marvel solicitations for September describe their story...

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It’s Time to Play Casting Director for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower!

Now that we know a movie is being made based on Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, let’s play Casting Director!  by Adam Sullivan If you’re like me (God help you) you’re probably worried that any screen adaptation of the Dark Tower series of books will turn out to be a big bag of fail. Adaptations of Stephen King works are a mixed bag at best: for every Stand by Me there are three Maximum Overdrives. And for devotees of the saga of Roland Deschain, well, the stakes couldn’t be higher. The entire multi-verse rests on the gunslinger reaching the...

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5 Questions With Horror Masters The Soska Sisters aka the tWIStED tWINS!

5 Questions #1 with the Soska Sisters! If Scarlett O’Hara and Freddy Krueger had a baby or two, you’d get the Soska Sisters, also known as The Twisted Twins. Jen and Sylvia Soksa as horror directors are a force to be reckoned with, to say the least. They are unapologetic, sexy and they’re nice. They’re Canadians, they can’t help it. I really wanted get to know the directors of Dead Hooker In A Trunk, American Mary, See No Evil 2 and the upcoming Vendetta. So I asked about important issues. I got down to the nitty gritty of what makes these ladies...

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Why You Should Be Excited for Jessica Jones

~Matt Key With the success of Netflix’s Daredevil series, a lot of attention is now turned to “what’s next?” And what’s next is their next Marvel series, A.K.A. Jessica Jones. Not Luke Cage or Iron Fist. Not Punisher or Ghost Rider or even Moon Knight. Jessica Jones. Jessica Jones made her first appearance in Alias #1 in 2001, a comic written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Michael Gaydos. She is the owner/operator of her own struggling P.I. business called “Alias Investigations.” She’ll take any case she can, but her speciality is with cases involving super powers. Why...

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