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Author: J. Don Birnam

Rogen, Goldberg Bringing Robert Kirkman Comic INVINCIBLE To Big Screen

Robert Kirkman is perhaps most well-known for his immensely popular comic book series, and its adaptation and spinoffs, The Walking Dead. But true fans of the comic genius are also familiar with his other popular comic book series, Invincible, the story of a young man who is the son of the most powerful superhero in the world, and how he deals with the responsibility he knows will come from having to protect Earth. Now, courtesy of writer-director team Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, fans of the comics can expect to see this one on the big screen in hopefully...

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FILM REVIEW: ScarJo Can’t Save Hollow GHOST IN THE SHELL

What to give Scarlett Johansson, the superstar girl who has it all? From stunning good looks, to respectable acting chops, to, in her new action flick The Ghost In the Shell, bionic strength and computerized intelligence, it is hard to imagine what else the perfect woman like her may be in need of. A good movie, it turns out, is the answer. Limited again by her own poor choice of vehicles—which has plagued her since The Island, through Lucy, and now through the second offering by Rupert Sanders, the director of Snow White and the Huntsman—Johansson is once more...

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FILM REVIEW: Despite Baldwin, THE BOSS BABY Wets The Bed

Even though the movie does not completely soil itself, you will not exactly be crying with laughter during Alec Baldwin’s BOSS BABY. It’s not that the voice talent of the resurgent actor isn’t entertaining to listen to—particularly as he gives life to a character that is in some quirky respects oh-so-similar to that other you-know-who that Baldwin at times portrays live on Saturday night. But the BOSS BABY’s emotional core notwithstanding, the movie never justifies its existence to adults beyond giving them something to take the little rascals to. The plot theoretically centers around tinny Tim Templeton (Toby Maguire...

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Brad Pitt No Longer In The Running for Cable in DEADPOOL 2

Internet rumors giveth, and Internet rumors taketh away. Just days after concept art surfaced online sparked speculation that Brad Pitt could land the much-coveted roll of Deadpool’s time-travelling buddy in the sequel to the film, director David Leitch has put the final kibosh in that speculation. Speaking at CinemaCon, the man behind Deadpool 2 told ComicBook.com: “We had a great meeting with Brad, he was incredibly interested in the property. Things didn’t work out schedule-wise. He’s a fan, and we love him, and I think he would’ve made an amazing Cable.” A swirl of anticipation has surrounded the key...

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Concept Art Has Brad Pitt as Cable in DEADPOOL 2!

Ever since the phenomenal success of Deadpool last year and the announcement of the much-awaited sequel, rumors have been swirling as to who would be cast as the new villain to oppose Ryan Reynolds’ irreverent superhero. And while we all know that the female lead Domino has now been given to Zazie Beets, the question is who would play fan-favorite Cable? Now, photos have leaked that show that, contrary to other rumors, Brad Pitt is very much still under consideration to portray that crafty bad guy. As we discussed last week, Brad Pitt would be an interesting addition given his talents...

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