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The ‘Marvel Legacy’ Reboot Pushes Their Current Diverse Heroes Aside for Classic Ones

Marvel Legacy, Marvel Comics

Marvel comics has been dealing with declining sales recently, and it seems that they have a new plan to correct their course. In the fall of 2017 Marvel will launch the new Marvel Legacy revival. The Marvel Legacy will revive their most popular and classic heroes to their former greatness. Some books

Fox Announces ‘X-Files’ Season 11 is Coming and Will Span 10 Episodes

The X-Files, FOX Broadcasting Company

FOX made a big announcement today, stating that the hit series X-Files is set to return to the network this year. The added episodes will be an eleventh season for the science fiction show, that saw amazing ratings last year during the reunion (Season 10). The good news is that we get

Streaming Television: Everything Leaving Netflix Instant in May 2017

Netflix.com

The time is here again, Netflix is setting up to take a massive amount of great titles from its instant streaming service and drop them forever. April was a huge month for Netflix fans, and May will see even more favorites leaving your lists. There are a few notables departing,

Comic Sleeper Hit of the Week: Get Yourself a Copy of Marvel’s ‘Nick Fury #1’

Nick Fury #1, Marvel Comics

There are some great comics worth picking up this week, but there is always stories that fall through the cracks, the sleeper hits. A few years ago, Marvel introduced us to a brand new Nick Fury. He was the son of the original, and he bore an uncanny resemblance to the Marvel Cinematic

Adam Warlock Was Cut From ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’, According to James Gunn

Adam Warlock, Marvel Comics

Out promoting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, director James Gunn previously stated that he had to cut a character from the sequel. At the time, Gunn refused to reveal who this mystery character was. in an interview earlier today, Gunn finally fessed-up to who was the major cut from Guardians of

‘The Last Jedi’ Director Rian Johnson Addresses Kylo Ren Scar Controversy

Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lucasfilm

Star Wars fans are a spirited bunch, pouring over every cell of footage looking for the slightest change or hidden gem that can be found between every film in the Star Wars universe. This doesn't make you lot a bad bunch, it just means that fans want continuity, and any shift in that

DC Films: Joss Whedon On His Approach to Casting ‘Batgirl’

Batgirl, DC Comics

In a pop announcement last month, it was said that Avengers director Joss Whedon is set to direct Batgirl for Warner Brothers Pictures and DC Films. In the past, Whedon wanted to direct a Wonder Woman film, but it was ultimately cancelled. Now the creator of Firefly finally gets his chance to break into the DC

According to Ridley Scott, A De-Aged Ripley Could Be in New ‘Alien’ Trilogy

Alien: Covenant, Twentieth Century Fox

Digital de-aging is nothing new to Hollywood. The process has been used in a number of films over the past decade. The process is usually met with mixed reviews. Some results are good, while others are a bit less than that. A few notable examples would be from two of

3 ‘Iron Fist’ Stories That Can Fix His Horrible Television Reputation

Iron Fist, Marvel Comics

The reviews for Netflix’s Iron Fist series are not strong. You shouldn’t give up on the character of Danny Rand just yet though, because he isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. He’s will still be in The Defenders mini-series and, who knows, he might get a second season despite all the bad reviews out there. If

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