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  • Disney Pushes The Release Date For INDIANA JONES 5

    Disney Pushes The Release Date For INDIANA JONES 5

    Much to the chagrin of Harrison Ford’s hips, Indiana Jones 5 has been pushed back another year. Originally slated to come out July 19th, 2019, Disney announced today that the latest installment of the Indiana Jones Franchise will come out July 10th, 2020. RELATED: Harrison Ford And Steven Spielberg Are Joining ForcesFor a New INDIANA JONES Film to Release in 2019 Steven Spielberg will be back to direct as well as John Williams to compose the fifth installation. No reason has […]

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  • Things are Getting Frosty in this Sneak Peek of THE FLASH “The Once and Future Flash”

    Things are Getting Frosty in this Sneak Peek of THE FLASH “The Once and Future Flash”

    The Flash returns to the CW tonight with a chilling episode. Ok, quick recap: Barry traveled to the future and saw Savitar kill Iris.  He is doing everything he can to stop it. Team Flash has clues that lead up to the big event. They believed if they could stop these events from happening, they could stop Savitar. Team Flash stopped Gorilla Grodd from destorying Central City. They prevented STAR Labs from closing.  And yet, there are events have been […]

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  • A Painful Secret is Revealed on the Next Episode of ONCE UPON A TIME “The Black Fairy”

    A Painful Secret is Revealed on the Next Episode of ONCE UPON A TIME “The Black Fairy”

    Once Upon a Time‘s next episode gives us more insight about the Black Fairy and why she is so evil. The Black Fairy is a powerful force, but everyone needs allies.  The Black Fairy needs dark and unstable magic on her side.  She tricks Zelena into using her magic to turn light fairy crystals into dark fairy crystals.  Zelena turns the tables on her by sacrificing her magic for good. Embed from Getty Images Emma uses the light fairy crystals to […]

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  • STAR WARS EPISODE IX Gets a Release Date

    STAR WARS EPISODE IX Gets a Release Date

    According to StarWars.com, we have our official date for Star Wars Episode IX. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, the new saga trilogy will end with this film. We have a lot to look forward to and luckily we don’t have to wait as long for our answers. May 24, 2019 is when the untitled saga film will come out. They will be breaking the December saga film dates with this film, reverting back to May release dates. The untitled Han Solo […]

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  • ONCE UPON A TIME Recap (S06E18) Where Bluebirds Fly

    ONCE UPON A TIME Recap (S06E18) Where Bluebirds Fly

    Once Upon A Time, the Wicked Witch of the West, Zelena, made the ultimate sacrifice for good.  Wait, what?  I guess she’s not so wicked after all. In flashbacks, young Zelena walks along the yellow brick road, where she meets a young wood cutter.  He’s holding a nest with a broken egg.  She uses her magic to save a broken egg.  Two young men approach them and bully Zelena.  The woodcutter comes to her defense.  His name is Stanum. Storybrooke […]

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  • DC’s TITANS Coming to Digital Series for Warner Bros.

    DC’s TITANS Coming to Digital Series for Warner Bros.

    Remember back in 2014 when we had that gigantic boom in DC Comics related television? The Flash was in its first season on The CW. Gotham started up on Fox. We were getting rumors of Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, both of which we eventually got. However, one series rumored then did not make it out of the fray. On TNT, there was a series from Akiva Goldsman for one of DC Comic’s biggest teams — The Titans. Sadly, the […]

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  • Here’s the Official Full Length Trailer for KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE

    Here’s the Official Full Length Trailer for KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE

    Fox’s Full Length Official Trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle made it’s debut during The Late Late Show With James Corden and lucky us, it’s wonderful! Taron Egerton is back, along with Mark Strong and we get our first look at Colin Firth. Yes, he’s back (and still delicious) even though…he died-ish? Halle Berry, Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges and Elton John, round out the new additions and this looks every bit as fun as the first movie. The sleeper hit, […]

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  • NASA is Making Progress on Greenhouses for Mars

    NASA is Making Progress on Greenhouses for Mars

    At the University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, an 18 foot long, 7 foot, 3 inch diameter lunar greenhouse chamber is equipped as a prototype bioregenerative life support system. Credits: University of Arizona The space race is not dead, and scientists are looking at Mars.  But Mars poses a new problem for our intrepid space travelers.  How do we survive for prolonged periods of time in space?  The answer seems to be the same as the answer we’re getting […]

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  • Tom Holland Helped Jon Bernthal Land THE PUNISHER Role

    Tom Holland Helped Jon Bernthal Land THE PUNISHER Role

    We all know Tom Holland has been fantastic in the MCU, on and off screen. It appears he was helping long before he was actually cast as our favorite web-slinger. During an interview with Variety, The Punisher himself Jon Bernthal told them the story of how he auditioned for the role. And just how Tom Holland helped in that process. Both actors were filming Pilgrimage while they were both trying to land their respective roles. During their breaks, they would help one […]

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  • We May Have the Title for the Fourth AVENGERS Film

    We May Have the Title for the Fourth AVENGERS Film

    Back in 2014, when Marvel had their big fan event where they announced the rest of their slate through to 2019, the last big announcement they made was for Infinity War — which we all sort of assumed was coming. However, what we were not aware of was the “Part II” that they tagged on there. In the years between that has now changed; it’s no longer Infinity War Pt. I and Pt. II, it’s now Avengers: Infinity War and […]

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  • John Waters Is Hosting a Summer Camp for Adults, Booze and Burlesque Included

    John Waters Is Hosting a Summer Camp for Adults, Booze and Burlesque Included

    When you’re an adult and you want to get away, you either take a vacation which includes a lot of work in it’s own right, planning where and what you’re going to do. Or you take a retreat of some kind, to cleanse your body, soul and mind. But, if you don’t want to do that John Waters, The King of Camp and the director behind Pink Flamingos, Cry Baby and Hairspray, is hosting his very own summer camp for adults! […]

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  • THE BLACK COMPANY TV Series Will Star Eliza Dushku

    THE BLACK COMPANY TV Series Will Star Eliza Dushku

    Embed from Getty Images Fantasy fans rejoice!  Glen Cook‘s 10-book fantasy/action series, The Black Company, is being developed into a TV series starring Eliza Dushku.  Dushku’s production company, Boston Diva Productions and David Goyer’s Phantom Four are teaming up to develop the show.  This, according to Deadline. The Black Company series, first released in 1984,  takes place in a world full of magic, sorcery, intrigue, war and darkness.  It is centered around an elite group of mercenaries of the same […]

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  • The GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY That Meet The Avengers Are a Very Different Team

    The GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY That Meet The Avengers Are a Very Different Team

    If you thought we were done playing with time travel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Doctor Strange, then think again because there’s more — but not in the way you are expecting. Guardians of the Galaxy was released in 2014. The events of that film took place in that year because we know they happened 26 years after 1988. That’s easy enough, right? The next film in the franchise, Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol.2 — opening next week — […]

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  • MURDOCH MYSTERIES Rewatch: (S02E11) Let Us Ask the Maiden

    MURDOCH MYSTERIES Rewatch: (S02E11) Let Us Ask the Maiden

    Murdoch Mysteries opens in Station House Four. Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) sits at his desk, deep in thought. He’s composing a letter to Enid (Sarah Allen), but the words just don’t seem to be coming. Meanwhile, a group of men pray inside a synagogue. A young man (Derek Moran) struggles to keep his focus. Without warning, he collapses in a heap, grabbing his stomach in pain. Later, Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris) meets Detective Murdoch at the crime scene. It turns out the victim’s name […]

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  • The Dead Are Rising in This Promo for the Next Episode of CLASS (S01E03) “Nightvisiting”

    The Dead Are Rising in This Promo for the Next Episode of CLASS (S01E03) “Nightvisiting”

    Greetings, Coal Hill students! Are we enjoying Class so far? I know I am. What I find interesting is that it’s supposedly a show aiming at the young adult demographic – the “less mature” version of Doctor Who. Yet, Class is graphic and sometimes heavy-handed on the gore, which is the opposite of its parent show. Not to mention the heavy themes we’re seeing coming into play. For example… This week, we saw the repercussions of the events of prom play out. Poor Ram was […]

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