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Power Rangers Movie Begins Shooting In 2016

After nearly twenty years, the Power Rangers are getting an official big-screen reboot. Said to be taking a “mature but playful” approach to the fan-favorite 1990s TV series from Haim Saban, the updated  379 more words


Leaked 'Power Rangers' Casting Call Reveals Character Details

We haven’t heard much about the Power Rangers movie directed by Dean Israelite (Project Almanac) with a script from X-Men: First Class co-writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz. 335 more words


Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Season 2, Episode 5 - "Goodbye to all That" - The Cost of the Future

        This episode is filler but it is good filler. “Goodbye to all That” shows John that he can’t escape his destiny or the fact that he is going to lose people, he has already lost people but he is going to lose more in order to be saved in the future and the past. 594 more words


Why Moira is GOOD (not bad) News for Cherik, Part I.

The question of Moira MacTaggert has everyone in the Cherik fandom up in arms, especially with the oh so clever quote from Simon Kinberg in the April edition of Empire Magazine where he says: 2,568 more words


'Big Trouble In Little China' Remake w/ Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson To Star?

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson continues to be one of Hollywood’s most successful and highly sought after action stars in his post-wrestling career. Earlier this Spring he returned to play Hobbs in the latest installment of the juggernaut Fast & Furious franchise, 688 more words


Your daily Keep the Faith- X-Men is all about *Erik and Charles,* II.

There’s so much of it, I had to do a second post…


Q: Early word on the movie’s story line draws parallels between Xavier and Lehnsherr and Martin Luther King Jr. 3,077 more words


Your daily Keep the Faith- Charles and Erik have always been *the* focus of X-Men

Goldman: There’s such a lot that was shot which isn’t in the film, most of which is the absolutely right decisions, but there was extra character stuff. 1,070 more words