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Interview: Cinematographer Michael Grady on ‘The Morning Show,’ ‘The Leftovers,’ & Almost Working on ‘Birds of Prey’

Apple TV+ is here, and with it, comes a slew of original programming that the company hopes will resonate with perspective viewers. It's flagship series, The Morning Show, hopes to kickstart hype around the service, and did not pull any punches in putting together a cast and crew. With stars like Steve Carrell, Jennifer Anniston, ...

‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Advanced Review

Let’s go back in time, January 20, 2006. Disney is premiering the highly anticipated movie High School Musical, and to say five-year-old me lost her mind watching this movie is slight understatement. I lived and breathed these movies as a child – and the two others that would premier in the following years. So when ...

Dawn of X: ‘X-Men’ #1 Comic Review

Jonathan Hickman follows up his epic House of X/Powers of X series with a strong opening to Marvel’s Dawn of X relaunch. The X-Men, and mutantkind as a whole, have entered a new era of prosperity and looming threats. Focusing on X-Men captain Cyclops, Hickman’s relaunched X-Men title is a solid follow-up to Hickman’s weekly ...

‘Superman Year One #3’ Comic Review

Frank Miller’s uneven Superman origin story has come to its inevitable uneven conclusion. Superman Year One’s final issue starts out strong because Miller has a good understanding of the main character, but the narrative goes off the rails when Miller tries to tie the series into his larger Dark Knight Universe. Superman Year One #3 ...

The Saga Nears its End with the Final ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Trailer & Poster

"The force will be with you... always." The Skywalker Saga is set to finally end in December, as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker looks to conclude the legendary nine-film series. Today, during TSN's Monday Night Footbal, Disney and Lucasfilm debuted the film's final trailer, showcasing the best this series has to offer. Check it ...

‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba’ Anime Review

Guest Review by Jon Garcia Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba follows a boy named Tanjiro Kamado who finds most of his family slaughtered and his sole surviving sister, Nezuko, has been turned into a demon. However, unlike most demons, Nezuko shows that she can subdue her bloodlust and live alongside others. So, with his sister ...

Last Week’s Highlights: ‘Batman #80’ Comic Review

Except for its first chapter, which had lots of pages and very little story, City of Bane has been a captivating read – and the latest installment is no exception. Tom King’s script is largely action oriented, with Batman making quick work of Bane’s brainwashed police force of Gotham hoodlums. After two issues focused on ...

Interview: ‘Downton Abbey’ Cinematographer Ben Smithard on Shooting in Expensive Places & The Film’s Big Action Sequence

When news of a Downton Abbey film was made public, fans everywhere reacted in a fairly mixed fashion. Of course, many were excited at the prospect of more projects from the Downton franchise, but others were hesitant, as the series' finale is revered as great ending to the story. But, many fans' worries were calmed ...

‘The Laundromat’ Film Review

The Laundromat, based on real events, is about a woman named Ellen Martin (Meryl Streep), whose wedding anniversary trip with her husband results in her entering the world of shell corporations, which are connected to a shady law firm in Panama. Despite boasting a wonderful ensemble cast and hilarious dialogue, The Laundromat is far too ...

‘Ad Astra’ Film Review

Ad Astra, starring Brad Pitt, follows the story of Roy McBride, as he embarks on a journey to find the truth about his father’s –  Dr. Clifford McBride decorated astronaut – experience in space and attempts to help stop the imminent destruction of the solar system and all life as we know it. I’ve seen ...

Sony and Marvel Studios Reunite: Spider-Man Officially Back in the MCU

HE'S BACK!! In a bombshell announcement, Sony and Disney have officially renewed their Spider-Man partnership, that sees Marvel Studios and Sony co-producing the third MCU Spider-Man film! The new film even has a release date: July 16, 2021. Kevin Feige will return as lead producer on the film, which also sees Tom Holland reprising his ...

‘It: Chapter Two’ Film Review

The horror in Derry has come to an end. In Andy Muschietti’s It: Chapter Two, the Losers Club return to their hometown twenty-seven years later to finally defeat the interdimensional demonic clown monster that plagued their youth. It: Chapter Two isn’t quite as enthralling as its predecessor due to a bloated script the resulting overly ...

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