Great Job, Internet!: Experience a melodic fatality with this a capella Mortal Kombat theme

When reflecting on Mortal Kombat, there are two things everyone thinks of: the catchy techno theme song and the harmonious fun players have by working with each other in a completely non-competitive or vindictive manner. Okay, that last one doesn’t really apply to Mortal Kombat at all, but it does apply to a spot-on a capella cover of that techno […]

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Newswire: The Robin Hood singularity begins with a Robin Hood TV series

It feels like only yesterday (because it was) that this whole Robin Hood thing was spinning out of control, the four separate movies about Sherwood forest’s favorite public domain intellectual property on their way to creating a singularity that will overtake us all. Today comes evidence that the singularity has begun, as a future consisting solely of Maid Marians and […]

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Newswire: W. Earl Brown to wear yet another cowboy hat on AMC’s Preacher

W. Earl Brown, who has experience playing slovenly, Western-influenced characters with a skewed moral compass on both Deadwood and Justified, will be portraying Hugo Root, a slovenly, Western-influenced character with a skewed moral compass, on AMC’s upcoming Preacher adaptation. Deadline reports that Brown has been tapped to play Sheriff Hugo Root, Texas lawman, part-time father and full-time abuser to his […]

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Newswire: Exclusive Marvel preview: Silk #3 delivers a superhuman catfight

Marvel’s Spider-Man line of titles has become one of the best places for fans of female superheroes to find stories about badass women with gorgeous art. Spider-Gwen and Spider-Woman have offered exciting, fresh takes on established characters, while Silk has given a newer character the opportunity to shine on her own, presenting writer Robbie Thompson and artist Stacey Lee with […]

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Great Job, Internet!: This fan edit joins the events of The Winter Soldier with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Bad Penny Films of Vimeo has found and physically connected all of the interrelated cause and effect events shared between Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It’s over four hours long, but if you can get past the juxtaposition in production budgets, it works great as a storytelling device, and highlights what Marvel has been doing […]

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Newswire: Get Involved, Internet: Help fund Blackalicious’ first album in a decade

It’s been 10 years since 2005’s The Craft, and we haven’t gotten any new music from Sacremento hip-hop duo Blackalicious (they’ve been keeping busy with solo work, side projects, and, sadly, Gift of Gab has been suffering from kidney failure). This summer promises to change that, however, as according to Rolling Stone Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel are planning […]

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Newswire: Phil Lord and Chris Miller are making an animated Spider-Man movie

Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the guys who made meatballs rain on a colorful town and comically oversized sacks of money fall on Warner Bros. with The Lego Movie, have been tapped to bring their increasingly lucrative brand of whimsy to Sony’s Spider-Man franchise. As revealed by Sony executives at this year’s CinemaCon, the pair will be helming an animated […]

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Newswire: Denzel Washington to kill in the name of fairness again with an Equalizer sequel

Variety reports that Denzel Washington will once again be taking on the role of Robert McCall, the implausibly well-timed vigilante known to movie audiences as The Equalizer. Washington last played the character in 2014, when he teamed up with his former Training Day director Antoine Fuqua to use brutal gunplay and exploding microwaves to drive Liam Neeson-esque fear into the […]

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