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In case you haven’t heard, the internet is wild about Elden Ring: an upcoming FromSoftware open-world title that sees Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki team up with Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin. Even though we haven’t seen much of the game since it was revealed in 2019 with a simple teaser trailer, the
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You know what they say: when God (or Kevin Feige) closes the door on one Disney+ Marvel series, he opens the door on another. Disney+’s list of new releases for March 2021 is highlighted by a changing of the guard for Marvel TV shows. The highly successful and fun Marvel Disney+ premiere WandaVision will wrap
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Hopefully March will bring respite from crippling snow storms and frigid temperatures for much of the globe. And if it doesn’t? Well, Hulu’s got some new streaming options at least! Hulu’s list of new releases for March 2021 are relatively slight on Hulu originals. Thankfully, one beloved original of note is coming back this month.
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There’s never a bad time for a new superhero show, mind you. But with Amazon’s brilliantly bloody The Boys having been off air for five or so months now, the streaming world is particularly due for a new supe. With its list of new releases for March 2021, Amazon is going to be rectifying that.
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Anthem‘s rise and fall is one of those stories that will almost certainly be told countless times in the coming years as we all try to wrap our heads around how a project that had so much going for it fell so hard and fast with hardly a chance to pick itself up. In some
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This Batwoman review contains spoilers. Batwoman Season 2, Episode 5 There is such a thing as doing too much, and Batwoman is on the cusp. The last two episodes have introduced two new characters, Angelique and Ocean, each with pre-existing relationships—and baggage. There are also no less than three independent, parallel searches for Kate Kane,
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While it doesn’t quite stack up to its DC counterpart, the Marvel Animated Universe stretched through the ’90s and had some real bangers. Much like the modern cinematic universe, various cartoons were connected as one giant piece of continuity. X-Men and Spider-Man were the biggest hits while Iron Man, Fantastic Four, and others had less
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Spring has not yet sprung, but we’re getting ready for it. Between the new fiction coming from long-established speculative fiction masters to the debut books coming from some exciting new voices on the scene, there’s lots to look forward to if you are a love of science fiction and fantasy. In anticipation, we’ve compiled a
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It’s taken 24 years, but we’re finally getting a new live-action Mortal Kombat movie. The R-rated reboot is set to come out in April, but outside of some casting news, a few recent stills, and a very brief appearance in a HBO Max ad, and some character posters, Warner Bros. has kept a lid on
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While The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for Nintendo Switch was arguably the biggest game revealed during Nintendo’s recent Direct presentation, it’s hardly a surprise that the internet is losing its collective mind over the also recently revealed Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Joy-Cons. I mean, just look at them: The colors alone make
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The Silence of the Lambs turned 30 over the weekend. Check out some fun facts about this gruesome movie. “Believe it or not, The Silence of the Lambs was released on Valentine’s Day in 1991. The movie was scheduled for release in the middle of February because Orion Pictures, its distributor, already had a can’t-miss
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When the pandemic hit it was Steven Soderberg’s Contagion rather than M Night Shyamalan’s The Happening that people wanted to revisit. Perhaps Mark Wahlberg running away from the wind wasn’t the vibe people were looking for. Revisiting this much maligned but secretly wonderful curio in light of where we are in the world now, though,
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Over a week after the premiere of FX’s The New Times Presents episode “Framing Britney Spears,” the picture appears to be straightening out. On Thursday, Feb. 11, Los Angeles Judge Brenda Penny sided with Britney Spears’ legal team, reducing Britney’s father’s powers as sole conservator. Judge Penny ordered James Spears and financial company Bessemer Trust
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