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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Will Finally Put to Rest the ‘Is Deckard a Replicant’ Question

Blade Runner 2, Warner Bros. Pictures

We are only a few days away from the second full trailer for Dennis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049. The trailer is set to launch on Monday. The project remains relatively mysterious, with few details of the plot leaking out into the mainstream ahead of the film's launch, but according to the

‘Judge Dredd’ Television Series is Still ‘At Least Two Years Away’

Dredd, Reliance Entertainment

Recently, word came that instead of shooting for another feature film, Judge Dredd would be coming to television. The series is currently in the works and will be called Judge Dredd: Mega City One, and will at least use the comic of the same name as a template. Whether the series will

‘Halo 6’ is Not Coming Anytime Soon After Dismal ‘Halo 5’ and ‘Master Chief Collection’ Issues

Halo 4, Microsoft, 343 Industries

After the harsh criticisms Microsoft and 343 Industries received in the wake of Halo 5: Guardians and a horribly done Halo: Master Chief Collection. Halo 5's biggest flaws were the weak villain and lack of the series' star, Master Chief. It appears as though the studio is stepping back and changing gears a bit. Although Halo

‘Star Wars’: Director Ron Howard Takes Over the ‘Han Solo’ Movie After Lord and Miller Depart

Director Ron Howard

A few days ago, it was reported that filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired from the untitled Star Wars standalone film about Han Solo. Lucasfilm wasted no time replacing the duo with a home run. Director Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind) will take the directors chair in the Han Solo

Dennis Villeneuve is Aware of the Pressures of Making ‘Blade Runner 2049’ as Good as the 1st

Blade Runner 2049, Columbia Pictures

It is no easy task to bring a beloved franchise back to the big screen. It is exponentially harder when you are not the original creator or director of the original. We have recently seen this pressure payoff (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Jurassic World), and we have also

Comic Book Pull List June 21: Here’s What I’m Getting This Week

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra TPB Vol. 1, Marvel Comics

As always, Wednesday is new comic book day and it’s never easy to pick out what comics are worth picking up. Here are some recommendations to help you out. Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 written by Chip Zdarsky & and drawn by Adam Kubert Chip Zdarsky is a relatively new writer

Chris Hemsworth Teases Soul Stone Appearance and Darryl’s Possible MCU Debut

Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel Studios

Could we see the last Infinity Stone as soon as Thor: Ragnarok? Will Darryl ever appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe outside of the two one-shots he already appears in? What do the Marvel contracts restrict the actors from ever doing? These were just a few of the answers that Chris

An Extra Scene in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ was Shot for Colin Trevorrow’s Episode IX

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Lucasfilm

Colin Trevorrow is not having a good run with his latest film, The Book of Henry. After amazing audiences with Jurassic World, the director's latest film is in a death spiral, garnering only 25% on Rotten Tomatoes. The critics are trashing The Book of Henry, and the fallout has some wondering if Trevorrow is up to

‘Star Wars: Battlefront 2’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed: Origins’ Nab E3 Top Game Trailer Views

Star Wars: Battlefront 2, DICE Interactive

E3 was huge this year, but the biggest things to come from the week-long convention were the game trailers. This year developers brought their A-game to Los Angeles, and fans were left amazed. Now that the event is over, the tallies are in, and the most viewed game trailer from

Comic Book Sleeper Hit of the Week: Wonder Woman #24 (Spoiler Warning)

Wonder Woman, DC Comics

Greg Rucka's run on Wonder Woman has only one issue left. It's been one for the ages and it could not have come at a better time. It was well-timed with the release of the Wonder Woman movie and any new fans that loved the film should pick up this