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First ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer to Appear w/ ‘Rogue One’

Spider-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Marvel

How soon could we see the first trailer for Marvel's highly anticipated first webslinger movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming? Since Tom Holland's début as Spidey was seen in Captain America: Civil War, fans want more. But when will the trailer show up, when the movie isn't set to hit until next summer? According to a reputable

Paul Verhoeven on the ‘Starship Troopers’ Reboot

Starship Troopers, TriStar Pictures

You cannot dismiss Paul Verhoeven's 1997 sci-fi film Starship Troopers place in history as a great cult classic space movie. The song solidified itself in most people's collections with its strange dark humor, interlaced with political satire, gore, and nudity. The film, taken from Robert A. Heinlein's novel of the same name, Starship

‘Overwatch’ and ‘Titanfall 2’ Duke it Out for Game of the Year

Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment

The Game season is drawing to a close, and it is time to start discussing what games dominated the market this year, and what games didn't. We are dead in the middle of the Fall game release rush. So, what games did you think stood out this year? Yesterday, the Game

‘Goonies 2’ is Officially Dead, According to Feldman and Plimpton

The Goonies, Warner Bros. Pictures

Goonies is one of my favorite childhood films, and brought actors like Cory Him, Corey Feldman, Sean Astin and Josh Brolin closer to fame. The film was bright, magical, and adventurous. Written by Steven Spielberg, Goonies was the kids version of another one of his films, Indiana Jones. Indy is even referenced by one of the

Disney Unveils First Trailer for Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast, Disney

This is the live-action adaptation that fans have been waiting for. When Disney started adapting all of their famous princess movies with Cinderella, fans were waiting for just one to finally show up. The trailer for fan favorite, Beauty and the Beast is finally here. Starring Emma Watson, Luke Evans, and Dan

James Gunn Chimes in on Marvel/Fox Deal For Ego the Living Planet

Ego the Living Planet, Marvel Comics

In the wake of the news about the deal between Marvel and Twentieth Century Fox for a character swap, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director, James Gunn, took a moment to talk about the deal, and why it was needed to happen. In the swap, Marvel got the pivotal character Ego the

Director on Scarlett Johansson Whitewashing in ‘Ghost in the Shell’

Ghost in the Shell, DreamWorks SKG

With the unveiling of the trailer for the film adaptation of the Japanese Manga Ghost in the Shell, director Rupert Sanders answered some questions about the film, and more specifically on the 'whitewashing' controversy. Ghost in the Shell has come under fire recently for the casting of Scarlett Johansson as Major Kusanagi, a

‘Taboo’ to Be Something New and Unlike Anything You Have Ever Seen

Tom Hardy, FX

The trailer has finally hit for the new upcoming FX series Taboo, starring Tom Hardy. The series will be the third time that director Steven Knight and actor Tom Hardy. They worked together on Locke, Peaky Blinders, and now on Taboo. Knight has stated that this show will be different, and that there hasn't been anything

The Marvel/Fox Swap That Helped ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’

Deadpool, 20th Century Fox

Two of the biggest superhero films of the past few years are Deadpool and Guardians of the Galaxy. In Deadpool, Reynold plays a witty assassin with a silver tongue who gains superhero powers. Guardians of the Galaxy see Chris Pratt lead Marvel's reg-tag team of misfits in the film of the