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Westworld season two teaser has arrived (SDCC 2017)

We have seen very little in way of promotion for WESTWORLD season two, and the wait for something substantial has been particularly arduous given the way the first season left things off. But Comic-Con is the place where the magic happens, and our wish for a teaser has been granted. Prepare to return back into WESTWORLD, a place you may never want to leave again. Not too much...
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Westworld season two panel (SDCC 2017)

WESTWORLD season one was met with rousing accliam and much fan love when it debuted last year, ensuring that HBO would another bingeworthy ensemble drama akin to GAME OF THRONES on its hands. The team has a lot to live up to with season two, and there will probably be much fanfare around their Comic-Con panel today. Stay tuned to here for all their reveals, details and big...
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New trailer for Stranger Things season two cranks it up to 11 (SDCC 2017)

Even before the STRANGER THINGS gang strolled out onto the stage of Hall H, eager Comic-Coners we wishing a new trailer for the upcoming season would find its way onto the big screen. Those prayers were answered, folks, and now you can watch it, analyze it, watch it again, analyze it again, and continue to repeat this cycle for a good hour or so. It will be worth it, I promise....
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New details and more from the Stranger Things season two panel (SDCC 2017)

We have a few short months to wait for the continuation of the hit show – STRANGER THING – and the second season is being touted by the creators as being even bigger and scarier than the first. Before the show rolls out the cast and crew are gracing the stages of Comic-Con, and they will hopefully discuss tons of little tidbits, giving us insight into the upcoming season. Catch...
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First photo released for HBO's upcoming Fahrenheit 451 adaptation is lit!

So this is exciting! I'm a huge fan of Ray Bradbury 's seminal dystopian novel FAHRENHEIT 451, and have been looking forward to a decent movie adaptation for a while now. François Truffaut tried his hand at it once in 1966, but while it was an admirable attempt with some striking images, it didn't really do the novel justice. I mean, there wasn't even a robot firedog! Now it seems...
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First footage from Pacific Rim Uprising in new recruitment video

I have a love/hate relationship with the original PACIFIC RIM. I was so hyped for it before it came out - being a big fan of Guillermo del Toro , anime, and cheesy kaiju films - that the film couldn't help but let me down. Don't get me wrong, many of the fights were cool, and the kaiju and jaeger designs were definitely awesome, but the lead was boring and too many of the...
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Dan Harmon developing a TV series based on Kurt Vonnegut's Sirens of Titan

So Dan Harmon seems to be on a sci-fi kick after announcing the third season of RICK AND MORTY recently. Now he's set his sights on adapting beloved sci-fi 1959 novel SIRENS OF TITAN from acclaimed novelist Kurt Vonnegut. That's like, a bunch of things I love in one package - Dan Harmon, Kurt Vonnegut, heady sci-fi - I can barely contain myself! The story itself is about an Martian...
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EA releases featurette focusing on the story of Star Wars: Battlefront II

I've always found it interesting when stories peek behind the curtain of the bad guys in popular movies, comics, or television shows. Usually it's satirical (like THE VENTURE BROTHERS), but sometimes - like in a lot of Batman stories - we get a deep sense of the antagonists and what makes them tick (and sometimes the fact we being to sympathize with them makes them even scarier)....
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New trailer for RoboCop documentary RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop

Unbelievably violent, surprisingly smart, and sometimes wickedly funny, ROBOCOP is a staple of the action/sci-fi genre and remains just as beloved today as it was back in 1987. The movie is celebrating its 30th birthday this year and to celebrate the occasion a new documentary is on the way – ROBODOC: THE CREATION OF ROBOCOP. The doc features interviews from, seemingly, the entire...
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Sigourney Weaver tries to explain why there needs to be four Avatar sequels

AVATAR is an interesting blockbuster in the sense that it came, was super successful, but for the most part isn't really part of the zeitgeist. I mean, there aren't iconic scenes or lines that are spoofed or recited ad nauseam like Cameron's other films. But whether we like it or not, we are getting not just one, two, or even three sequels, but four goddamn sequels . Why? What...
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Fan Theory: How the new Planet of the Apes movies connect to the originals

It’s been difficult trying to decipher just how the hell the new PLANET OF THE APES series fit in relation to the originals. I mean, are they prequels? Sequels? Remakes? Reboots? The dreaded re-imaginings ? Well, I’m here to tell you that they are in fact related to the originals, and that all the discrepancies in continuity aren’t really discrepancies...
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I Want That: Punch fountain in the form of a Xenomorph

Do you really want to be the loser who doesn't have a punch fountain in the form of a Xenomorph at your next party? I know I don't, and thankfully the team over at NEATOCO have our backs. After sculpting the deadly creature from Ridley Scott 's ALIEN from the waist up and inserting a tube, they were able to transform their creation into a handy, and disgusting, drink...
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