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{RUMOR} Old Man Logan to be the Basis for Wolverine 3!

~Matt Key Yet another rumor from Hollywood’s Master of Whispers, Umberto “El Mayimbe” Gonzales from Heroic Hollywood, gives us a possible, very odd direction for Wolverine 3, supposedly the last film for Hugh Jackman who’s been the cornerstone of Fox’s Mutant Powerhouse. A guest on the Marvel Movie News on the Popcorn Talk Network, Gonzales says that he’s heard the third Wolverine film will somehow be based on the comic book Old Man Logan. Old Man Logan was written by Mark Millar and drawn by Steven McNiven, set in an alternate future where all the heroes lost, killed by...

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Movie Review – BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL

MANGA + MIIKE = MARVELOUS Blade of the Immortal Review by Ray Schillaci The Movie Guys With the introduction of the prolific director’s 100th film, Takashi Miike turns to the ever popular Japanese Manga comics to bring his unique vision to the screen. Specifically, one with a big fan base, Blade of the Immortal. This story of a lone samurai that cannot die, recruited by a young girl to avenge her father’s death has been just as popular as its anime version. Miike has taken the best of his storytelling skills and brought to life the characters from the anime world. Blade...

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Bring a Date! GAMBIT Is Coming to Theaters on Valentine’s Day

Gambit is actually coming! The ragin’ cajun has a release date, director and a confirmed star, according to Deadline. The production has had a bumpy ride since 2014 but with this announcement, it seems that things are going full steam ahead! Fans only have to wait a little over a year to see the mutant come to life. According to the article, the film will keep the original star, Channing Tatum, attached. There had been rumor swirling that he had to leave the project but it appears he’s still on. And seeing as he’s been a big supporter of...

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Expect a NEW MUTANTS Trailer Released Tomorrow

The X-Men film franchise has been with Fox for the better part of two decades now. The studio released their first X-Men film in 2000 and some fans and scholars point to this as the beginning of the new craze in superhero film making. Up until that point, we’d had Superman and Batman, but they were always a bit of an anomaly in the industry, their success owed mostly to the power of their IP, not the films themselves. With X-Men, Fox proved that a relatively unknown property outside of diehard comic fans could generate huge box office numbers...

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GGA Ready Room: Weekly STAR TREK Wrap-up – 09/17/17

Stardate 95293.28 through 95312.43 September 10, 2017 – September 16, 2017 Welcome to the eleventh edition of GGA Ready Room! Let’s take a look at what Star Trek news we missed last week, shall we? As a reminder: the standard date for the post will be shown in the title but the week being recapped (September 10 through September 16 in this case) will be shown in the main header in Stardate format as calculated by ST:Online – this calculator will be used since there is not a standard format across all the television shows and feature films and...

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7 Actors You Didn’t Know Had Musical Chops

Shows like Doctor Who, Arrow and even films like X-Men and Harry Potter have introduced fans to hundreds of skilled performers. The talented actors and actresses making up these casts have taken off with meteoric success, earning millions of fans the world over. However, some of our favorite genre actors have merely seen their careers evolve from past lives on the Broadway stage, or even as teen idols.  Check out this list of our Top 7 favorite performers you may (or may not!) know have musical chops.  Colin Donnell Actor Colin Donnell first entered geek culture when he joined...

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A Personal Reflection on the Life and Contributions of Len Wein

It’s 1992. I’m in Middle School, arguably the worst three years of any child’s life — they certainly were for me. But the beginning of something new would start for me that year that would inexplicably impact the rest of my life — the premiere of the X-Men Animated Series. Premiering in October of that year, close to my birthday, I was introduced to Beast, Jubilee, Cyclops, Gambit, Rogue, Jean Grey and others, not fully realizing that these outcast mutant heroes would play a role in introducing me to comics and changing the direction of my life. Among those...

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The Comics World Takes to Social Media to Pay Homage to Legend Len Wein

Comics legend Len Wein has passed away. He leaves behind his wife and decades worth of content that shaped the comics world. Wein co-created Wolverine, Swamp Thing, Storm and so many others, not to mention editing The Watchmen. Because of his huge impact, the comics and writing community has poured out their sympathies and shared their condolences. We will miss him greatly. Geek Girl Authority was lucky to have him on our panel at 2014’s Stan Lee’s Comikaze where we had a tournament-style panel called Iconoclash. We, Legion of Leia, Len Wein and others had a blast as we took 64...

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SDCC 2017: SHARKNADO 5 Panel Reveals Celebrity Cameos!

Rev up your chainsaws, it’s time for another Sharknado! The panel for Sharknado 5: Global Swarming shared celebrity cameos, globetrotting plans, and where they really get these bonkers ideas. A new trailer, available at EW.com, shows cities like London, Tokyo, and Rome, along with some hieroglyphics  hinting that this series of shark-infested storms is not the first we’ve seen in all of human history. As star Ian Ziering put it during the panel, this entry will be, “Disasterlicious.” Director Anthony C. Ferrante returns for the fifth film in the series, and told the audience that he turns to Twitter to steal...

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