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    ‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Trailer – Welcome Back, Frank

    While the fate of Agent Carter might be in jeopardy, potentially knocking Marvel’s network TV empire down a show, the Netflix endeavor is still going strong. Jessica Jones was a smash hit with audiences and critics, cementing Marvel’s Netflix project after the similar success of Daredevil, and production seems to be going strong on both Luke Cage and Iron […] More

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    The crew returns with some new friends in first trailer for ‘Daredevil’ Season Two

    While Marvel’s ascension to box office dominance on the big screen has been well-charted and documented, the company has been making inroads into television as well. With both Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter giving secondary characters from the movies their own spotlight, Marvel brought their first superhero-centric tv series to the public earlier this year […] More

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    NYCC 2015: Marvel’s Daredevil and Jessica Jones Panel Recap

    After frantically sprinting from the press to the general admission line and waiting in the queue hall for hours with the help of my Jewel (Jessica Jones’ old superhero identity) cosplaying friend Julia, I had the privilege of attending the Marvel Netflix panel about Daredevil Season 2 and Jessica Jones Season 1, which is set to premiere on November 20. The panel looked back at the first season of Daredevil while showing the first footage of the upcoming second season, and the lucky fans in the audience also had the chance to watch the first episode of Jessica Jones after a discussion with the cast and showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (Dexter). More

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    Sundance 2015: ‘Me & Earl & the Dying Girl’ an emotional, honest and hilarious experience

    Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s Me & Earl & the Dying Girl is a film that has perhaps garnered the most hype this year at Sundance, and you should believe every word of it. By the end of the screening, there was hardly a dry eye in the entire theater. Following a teenage outsider, Greg (Thomas Mann), who makes cheap and funny remakes of classic films with his friend Earl (RJ Cyler), as he befriends a classmate, Rachel (Olivia Cooke), who has just developed leukemia. With a logline like that, it’s hard to not understand where all the tears are coming from. It sometimes feels cheap for filmmakers to use cancer as a way to garner emotion from the audience, but trust that when the tears do come, every single one has been earned. More

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    ‘Fury’ takes us into the belly of the beast

    Fury Written & Directed by David Ayer USA, 2014   Brad Pitt’s new tank drama, Fury, is an unrelentingly grim affair that strives for greatness and occasionally reaches it.  What could have been reduced to ‘300 in a tank’ has been expanded to a gripping human drama that values the soul just as much as […] More

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    The Walking Dead Has a New Promo Poster

    AMC released an awesome new poster today for their upcoming new series, The Walking Dead. Executive produced and written by Frank Darabont, the story follows the earth months and even years after the Zombie Apocalypse. It stars Jeffrey DeMunn (the Green Mile), Steven Yeun (Big Bang Theory), Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually) and Jon Bernthal (The […] More