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Eduardo Marín Eduardo Marín Aug 15, 2019 at 05:36.

Tras la compra de Fox, Disney podría hacer un reboot de Alien

Tras la compra de Fox, Disney podría hacer un reboot de Alien

Disney parece tener en la mira otro reboot, basado en una de las franquicias más grandes, populares y exitosas que adquirieron con la compra de Fox: Alien, lo que podría descartar por completo lo que vimos en las dos últimas películas de la saga, Prometheus y Alien: Covenant .

40 años de Alien, la película que cambió para siempre el cine de terror y ciencia ficción

En los 70, la ciencia...

James Whitbrook James Whitbrook Aug 14, 2019 at 02:10. 19 comments

The Star Trek Movies You Don't Like Are Now Owned by the Same Company That Owns the Trek Movies You Only Mostly Dislike

The Star Trek Movies You Don't Like Are Now Owned by the Same Company That Owns the Trek Movies You Only Mostly Dislike

Allow us to introduce you to the latest inconsequential benefit of our megacorp dystopia. I have to admit it, as far as incredibly minor bright sides to the horrifying rise of media studio megamergers go, “At least CBS owns the Kelvin Timeline Star Trek movies” is not as immediately exciting as “At least the X-Men can appear in the MCU .”

After years of speculation and attempts, Deadline...

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Julie Muncy Julie Muncy Aug 12, 2019 at 00:30. 7 comments

Rob Liefeld Shares Some Cut Concept Art From the Deadpool Movie

Rob Liefeld Shares Some Cut Concept Art From the Deadpool Movie

The Deadpool movies have a lot of affection for Rob Liefeld’s X-Men-adjacent work, including not just Deadpool but a variety of other characters familiar to Liefeld’s readers, and even an ersatz X-Force team in Deadpool 2.

One character that was slated to appear but didn’t, however, is X-Force’s Kane, a former ally of Cable’s and a cyborg who had a history with the Weapon X program. According...

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Charles Pulliam-Moore Charles Pulliam-Moore Aug 09, 2019. 16 comments

Dark Phoenix's Concept Art Is Better Than Anything in the Movie, Shocking No One

Dark Phoenix's Concept Art Is Better Than Anything in the Movie, Shocking No One

To listen to people who worked closely on Dark Phoenix, like writer/director Simon Kinberg and VFX supervisor Greg Butler , there was a point during the film’s production when the vision for the final product included all of the cosmic pyrotechnics and epic space battles people associate with the “Dark Phoenix Saga” from Marvel’s comics.

By the time Dark Phoenix crash-landed into theaters...

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Germain Lussier Germain Lussier Aug 07, 2019. 21 comments

Dark Phoenix and Galaxy's Edge Hit Disney's Bottom Line, But Disney + and Many Remakes Are on the Way

Dark Phoenix and Galaxy's Edge Hit Disney's Bottom Line, But Disney + and Many Remakes Are on the Way

We’re not even through with summer and Walt Disney Studios has already grossed a record-breaking $8 billion at the international box office. And yet, even with that, 2019 hasn’t been a total win for one of the largest media brands in the world.

Disney CEO Bob Iger had an earnings call today and detailed a bunch of what’s going on at the company.

After the expensive, and very drawn out,...

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Charles Pulliam-Moore Charles Pulliam-Moore Aug 01, 2019. 11 comments

Dark Phoenix's VFX Supervisor Opens Up About the Astonishing Jean Grey That Could Have Been

Dark Phoenix's VFX Supervisor Opens Up About the Astonishing Jean Grey That Could Have Been

Simon Kinberg’s Dark Phoenix will go down in history as one of the most perplexing of Fox’s X-Men films. It was a movie that didn’t seem to know what it wanted to be—or even who the X-Men are , frankly. One minute, the X-Men are jetting off into space to have a literally out-of-this-world adventure that brings them face to face with aliens, and the next, you’ve got Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Jul 26, 2019. 9 comments

All the Secrets We Learned at the Tasty Bob's Burgers Comic-Con Panel

All the Secrets We Learned at the Tasty Bob's Burgers Comic-Con Panel

 With nine seasons out in the world and a 10th on the way, animated Fox comedy Bob’s Burgers needs no introduction. By now, of course, it has legions of devoted fans, several hundred of whom were packed into the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel last week to learn more about the new season, the upcoming movie , and to just generally laugh their faces off.

Taking the stage for Bob’s Burgers...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Jul 24, 2019. 18 comments

The 10 Raddest and Most Random Props We Spotted at The Orville Exhibit at SDCC

The 10 Raddest and Most Random Props We Spotted at The Orville Exhibit at SDCC

Seth MacFarlane’s delightfully entertaining sci-fi series, The Orville, will be back for a third season...just not on Fox ! But thankfully that means we’ll get to see what happens after season two’s timeline shake-up . To shake things up ourselves, we stopped by a special Orville exhibit at San Diego Comic-Con last week that highlighted some of the show’s most memorable props so far.

Of...

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Jul 21, 2019. 7 comments

The Orville Will Move to Hulu for Its Third Season

The Orville Will Move to Hulu for Its Third Season
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Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy-adventure The Orville kicked so much ass in its second season that we were pleased but not surprised when it was renewed for a third season by Fox. At today’s San Diego Comic-Con panel, MacFarlane and the whole crew shared some teases for what to expect from...

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Beth Elderkin Beth Elderkin Jul 16, 2019. 15 comments

Game of Thrones' Final Season Cleans House With a Record-Breaking Number of Emmy Nominations

Game of Thrones' Final Season Cleans House With a Record-Breaking Number of Emmy Nominations

The 71st Emmy Awards , celebrating the biggest television shows out there, just announced all its nominees. Of course, everyone is dying to know how Game of Thrones’ divisive eighth and final season would fare on its last trip to the ceremony—and the show has gone and done it again. The final season may have not have endeared itself to all fans, but it’s leading the pack with a...

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Beth Elderkin Beth Elderkin Jul 15, 2019. 19 comments

The King's Man Trailer Shows the Birth of the Kingsmen...and a Sword-Fighting Rasputin

The King's Man Trailer Shows the Birth of the Kingsmen...and a Sword-Fighting Rasputin
Your browser does not support HTML5 video tag.Click here to view original GIFGo, Rasputin...I mean don’t, because you’re a bad guy. Image: 20th Century FoxTrailer FrenzyA special place to find the newest trailers for movies and TV shows you're craving.  

That magical dude with the talking bat has nothing on this guy. The first trailer is here for The King’s Man, the turn-of-the-century prequel...

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Jul 10, 2019.

Todas las pistas y misterios ocultos en el tráiler de X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Todas las pistas y misterios ocultos en el tráiler de <i>X-Men: Dark Phoenix</i>
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El primer tráiler de Dark Phoenix ya está aquí, y aunque sea breve y bastante enigmático, sigue estando lleno de pistas intrigantes sobre lo que les espera a los X-Men y a uno de los enemigos más formidables a los que van a tener que enfrentarse.

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Eduardo Marín Eduardo Marín Jul 09, 2019.

9 errores en películas de superhéroes exitosas de los que seguro no te percataste

9 errores en películas de superhéroes exitosas de los que seguro no te percataste
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Cualquier persona puede cometer un error pero en el mundo del cine son algo grave, sobre todo en películas con presupuestos de cientos de millones de dólares como las de superhéroes . Aún así suceden, y estas 10 películas exitosas de Marvel, DC Comics y Fox no se han salvado de los fallos de edición al debutar en la...

Katharine Trendacosta Katharine Trendacosta Jul 07, 2019.

Execs: There's A Reason We Keep Making Sequels

Execs: There's A Reason We Keep Making Sequels

Variety has a bunch of short essays about the problems in Hollywood, but two executives discuss the commonly-held sentiment that there are just too many sequels coming out of Hollywood.

Jim Gianopulos, chairman and CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment defends the choice to make more movies in a series, so long as they're good:

If you do sequels badly, that's the problem. I think the risk in sequels...

Katharine Trendacosta Katharine Trendacosta Jul 02, 2019.

The New X-Files Featurette Reveals New Monsters

The New <i>X-Files</i> Featurette Reveals New Monsters

As a teaser for the X-Files revival, which premieres January 24, Fox has put a 21-minute featurette online called “Re-Opened” which gives a primer on the original series for new viewers and a tantalizing look at the six new episodes for the old fans.

Not everything is new. For example, we knew that the first and last episodes of the revival are mythology episodes and the middle four are...

James Whitbrook James Whitbrook Jun 27, 2019. 18 comments

The Mouse Guard Movie Is Officially Dead, But This Demo Reel Shows What Could've Been

The Mouse Guard Movie Is Officially Dead, But This Demo Reel Shows What Could've Been
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Remember when there were reports that Disney had scrapped Fox’s planned adaptation of Mouse Guard, but there was still hope it could find a home somewhere else? Those hopes are now gone. But with the project’s death, we also have a chance to see what could’ve been.

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Cheryl Eddy Cheryl Eddy Jun 25, 2019. 13 comments

Taika Waititi Adds an Animated Flash Gordon to His Ever-Growing List of Projects

Taika Waititi Adds an Animated Flash Gordon to His Ever-Growing List of Projects

If you thought the next news item you’d read regarding Taika Waititi would be about his long-awaited Akira remake , or his involvement in The Mandalorian , or What We Do in the Shadows ’ second season, or perhaps even that Time Bandits TV show , you’d be wrong. Because the in-demand writer, director, actor, producer, etc. has just added his name to another new project: Flash Gordon!

According...

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James Whitbrook James Whitbrook Jun 24, 2019.

Behold Gotham's Absurdity, Finally Rendered in Comic Book Form

Behold <i>Gotham</i>'s Absurdity, Finally Rendered in Comic Book Form

Gotham, a hellish form of torture dreamt up solely to punish Rob Bricken that occasionally moonlights as a Fox TV show, is heading to comics. Well, the story is actually heading back to comics, given its increasingly loose roots in Batman fiction.

Regardless, the cast of Gotham now has its own motion comic, and you can watch the first episode right now.

Gotham Stories was originally...

Rob Bricken Rob Bricken Jun 24, 2019.

Gordon Is Through Taking People's @#$% On Gotham

Gordon Is Through Taking People's @#$% On <em>Gotham</em>

If you have complaints about last night's episode of Gotham, I'm going to assume "not enough happened" isn't one of them. "What the Little Bird Told Him" took Gordon out of Arkham, pitted him against the show's first real supervillain, and even brought a major status quo change to the myriad mob machinations.

This is, in fact, about as good as Gotham gets, so let's take a few minutes to...

James Whitbrook James Whitbrook Jun 18, 2019.

Turns Out The Fantastic Four And X-Men Movies Are In Different Universes

Turns Out The <i>Fantastic Four</i> And <i>X-Men </i>Movies Are In Different Universes

Remember how Bryan Singer started teasing the potential of a “Fox Cinematic Universe,” where the new Fantastic Four and the cavalcade of X-Men movies crossed over? Well, apparently someone at Fox desperately shook him and told him to shut up, because now the movies aren’t even in the same universe as each other.

Given that Fox were ramping up production on multiple Marvel superhero films, it...

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