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New on Netflix: Every Movie and TV Show Coming in January 2018

Batman, Warner Bros. Pictures

January is going to be a big month for Netflix, and sets in motion a plan the studio has for a monumental amount of original content releasing in 2018. If you are a fan of binging entire franchises, then you are in luck. January is packed full of popular franchises

Hints at the ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Villain and How it Will Fix the Series

X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Twentieth Century Fox

It is no secret that fans of the beloved X-Men films hated X-Men: Apocalypse. The film was full of bad decisions and lost the things that made the franchise such a hit. The stumble was a surprise in the wake of two great films, X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Apocalypse drew

Patrick Stewart Keen on Picard Returning for Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’

Star Trek: The Next Generation, Paramount Television

One of the most-iconic characters in the Star Trek universe in Captain Jean-Luc Picard. He was Captain of the USS Enterprise during Star Trek: The Next Generation. He is a character that Patrick Stewart is asked if he will reprise countless times, but has never seen the need for it. Now, with the

2nd Trailer for Steven Speilberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Reveals Plot

Ready Player One, Amblin Entertainment

Just on the heels of the film's premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse, Warner Bros. Pictures drops the second trailer for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One. The film is adapted from the Earnest Cline novel of the same name. The book is a plethora of pop culture references, that features and Indiana Jones-styled virtual

Trailer: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is Filled With Cyborg Goodness and Christopher Waltz

Alita: Battle Angel, Twentieth Century Fox

James Cameron has tried for years to adapt Alita: Battle Angel for the big screen. Today brings us the first trailer of the Manga adaptation, and it looks great! Alita is directed by Robert Rodriguez, and stars Rose Salazar as Alita. Alita is a cyborg found thrown away in a dump by Christopher Waltz, a

The Reason Why Original ‘The Crow’ Director Doesn’t Want Franchise Rebooted

There are a lot of different franchises that start out great, but then tumble-down a dark hole of bad sequels and reboots. One franchise has been in the reboot talk for years now, Alex Proyas' The Crow. The film hit in 1994, and was an instant hit for the director, and showed

Rian Johnson Almost Killed off Captain Phasma in ‘The Last Jedi’

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Lucasfilm

At the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) is duped by Finn and Han Solo and forced to let the Starkiller base force field down. Only to be dumped in a trash compactor, just moments before the planet-sized base is blown to pieces by the Rebel