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New ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Concept Art Reveals Epic Hulk Battle

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We already knew Thor: Ragnarok was going to follow the Planet Hulk storyline. However, the newest concept art shows just how awesome that will be.   In some newly released images, we catch a glimpse of Thor facing off against a mighty foe. Who is it? None other than the Hulk wielding a giant battle axe. Rows of people are in the background, looking …

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Taika Waititi is Directing ‘Bubbles,’ the Story of Michael Jackson’s Chimp

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Michael Jackson had a chimp. Surprised? Well, not really. But what is surprising is that Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi is making a movie about the chimp. Clearly Waititi’s quirky sensibilities aren’t going anywhere despite hitting the mainstream with Marvel. He’s just signed on to direct Bubbles, a stop-motion picture all about the chimp of the same name. Taika Waititi will work alongside Fantastic …

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Marvel Reveals Awesome FIRST ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Teaser

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Never has Avengers: Infinity War seemed so close, yet so far away. Marvel posted the first official footage on Twitter over the weekend, and it is totally hype-worthy. Here’s the catch: there’s no actual new footage in the video. They show off old footage, such as each time we’ve seen the infinity stones so far. One is in Vision’s forehead, …

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Movie Review: ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ is a Bat-Fan’s Bat-Dream of Bat-Fun

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There’s a witty awareness to The Lego Batman Movie that makes the absurdity of a Lego Batman movie more amusing than one would think. It’s aware of the counter-intuitive nature of Batman’s ego to play around with the character’s self-centeredness for laughs. It’s aware of Batman’s long history of varying tones and goofy villains to poke fun at all of …

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Rent & Watch ‘Arrival’ on Redbox – Release Date

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Missed out on seeing Arrival in theaters? Get it on Redbox right away! Rent Arrival on Redbox the second it comes out for just $1.99. When it comes to alien movies, Arrival is something special. That’s why you should rent it on Redbox as soon as possible. Arrival was one of the biggest movies of the year, so it’s no …

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Kevin Smith Gives ‘Jay and Silent Bob’ an Absurd Reboot

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The early 2000s are already having a resurgence. People are longing for the good old days when Britney Spears made a splash and Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were still America’s sweethearts. That means it’s the perfect time for Jay and Silent Bob to strike back. Kevin Smith‘s hit 2001 movie Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is getting a reboot. The news …

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Kevin Feige Gets Real about the Women of Marvel – Black Widow Merch for Everyone!

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We all love Scarlett Johansson. We all love Black Widow. So why, oh why, have there been so few Black Widow toys and merchandise? Thankfully, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige just addressed plans to include more female-fronted merchandise. When Guardians of the Galaxy came out in 2014, there were tons of toys for Star-Lord, Drax, Rocket and such. However, Gamora barely showed …

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is Abandoning Ship – Only 3 Scenes Set on Earth!

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Some of the coolest parts of the Thor movies have taken place off Earth. Lucky for us, it sounds like Marvel is embracing that for Thor: Ragnarok. President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige just revealed that very little of the third Thor installment would take place on our lowly planet. In fact, Marvel in general is heading towards more spacey goodness. “The upcoming movies will be …

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Horror Film ‘Split’ Holds Top Spot with Weekend Take of $14.5M

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Formulaic horror film Split held on to the top spot in the revenue charts for the third straight weekend, proving what happens when a hackneyed plot falls into the hands of a master storyteller, like director M. Night Shyamalan. Spilt is a story you might tell around a campfire to scare the young ‘uns – the story of a man …

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