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‘Suicide Squad’ Rumored Cuts Fueled by Leaked Scene List

Suicide Squad, Warner Bros. Pictures

Suicide Squad was a big mess. Was it an entertaining film? Yes, actually, if you dismiss the critical lens it is entertaining. In the aftermath of the theatrical launch, most people have wished in on their like or dislike of the film and its characters. On the day that the

BBC’s 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century

100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century

BBC Culture has commissioned a poll of critics to see what the top 100 films of the 21st Century are. With 2016 being a lackluster year for movies, with a few exceptions, it is almost predictable to look into the past. On  a list like this, there are many factors that

2016 Eisner Award Winners Are In

Will Eisner Awards, San Diego Comic-Con

Author: Nick Lauer At San Diego Comic Con the 28th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were held.  The nominees and winners this year include everything from the gritty, to the beautiful, to the experimental. Some notable winners include Adrian Tomine for Killing and Dying,  Ed Brubaker for The Fade Out, Brian K. Vaughan

Confirmed: The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Will Be in Avengers: Infinity War

Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Marvel

There has been a lot of speculation as to what Marvel heroes we will see in the upcoming two-part Marvel film Avengers: Infinity War. Fans have speculated that we could get introductions to Captain Marvel, Adam Warlock, and there may even be a chance meeting between the Earth-bound heroes and

See How George Lucas Ripped off ‘Ben Hur’ for Pod Racing Scenes

Star Wars: A New Hope, Disney

There is no denying that in the making of the Star Wars films, George Lucas was an aspiring director who was heavily influenced by other films and directors in the industry. He has stated that he was influenced by films like Flash Gordon and Akira Kurosawa's The Fortress. Lucas has actually acknowledged this in earlier

‘Guardians’ Director James Gunn Responds to Zendaya Mary Jane Casting

Spider-Man: Homecoming, Marvel

It was announced last week that Disney Alumni Zendaya was cast as Peter Parker's love interest in the highly anticipated Sony/Marvel collaboration Spider-Man: Homecoming. She was cast as none other than Mary Jane Watson, a role that was previously realized on the big screen by Kirsten Dunst. The Zendaya casting has

Snyder on Superman’s Sacrifice and Batman’s Hope in ‘Justice League’

Justice League, Warner Bros. Pictures

Everyone is wondering why Zack Snyder and his wife, Producer Deborah Snyder, are making the choices they are in creating the DC Cinematic Universe. Why are the films so dark? Why did the Snyder's choose to go with a younger Superman and an older Batman? In the wake of a

Kevin Conroy Offers Advice on Playing Batman

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros.

Why should you listen to Kevin Conroy when he gives advice on playing Batman? Who the hell is Kevin Conroy? He has been the voice behind Bruce Wayne/Batman for the past 24 years. He began voicing the Caped Crusader in Batman: The Animated Series (1992–1995), and carried on his Bat career in