Paul Rudd and Breckin Meyer Join Clueless Reunion @ C2E2 !

Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) is bringing together stars from the 1995 blockbuster Clueless for a reunion panel on Saturday, March 23rd, at 12:15pm on the C2E2 Main Stage at McCormick Place. ReedPOP, the world’s leading producer of pop culture events, today announced the addition of Paul Rudd and Breckin Meyer to the Clueless reunion panel, which also features Alicia Silverstone and Donald Faison.

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Gal Gadot and Her Future Projects!

Wonder Woman actresses Gal Gadot is all set for Wonder Woman 1984. But she is also busy with some other projects as well. In this video, Nile Fortner discusses some of Gadot’s upcoming projects. Such as Gadot’s husband producing a Warner Bros. project on The Cuban missile crisis and Gadot in an upcoming action-comedy flick with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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CAMERA OBSCURA | Check Out the Official Trailer!

On behalf of Chiller Films, we are pleased to share the OFFICIAL TRAILER for the horror, thriller film CAMERA OBSCURA.
CAMERA OBSCURA stars Christopher Denham (“Billions,” “Argo”), Nadja Bobyleva (“Bridge of Spies”), Catherine Curtin (“Stranger Things,” “Orange is the New Black”), Chase Williamson (SIREN, “Beyond the Gates”) and Noah Segan (“The Mind’s Eye,” “Tales of Halloween”) and is the theatrical directing debut of Aaron B. Koontz.

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Review – Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 1

by Nile Fortner

Does Marvel’s Iron Fist Deserve More Respect?

Netflix has been kickin’ ass with all these Marvel shows. We’ve seen some really great stuff out of Marvel and Netflix.  Many people, including myself, have been saying that Marvel, the superhero genre in general, needs to mix up the bag a little bit. All these movies, all these shows are starting to resemble one another. Marvel heard the criticism, and decided to go in different direction. Keep the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) movies a little light in tone, while making their Netflix shows, that still relate to the MCU a little darker in tone.

For example, in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy you have Baby Groot, a trash talking raccoon, and a duck drinking martinis at the end credits. Netflix on the other hand, has drug dealers, mobsters, sex, violence, goons, an extreme vigilante with blood smeared on his face and a huge skull on his chest. Talk about diversity. For those who do not know, or aren’t as geeky as I am. All these Marvel and Netflix shows have been leading up to a superhero group, known as The Defenders. To keep it simple, The Defenders are like The Avengers of the suburbs. The cast of heroes consists of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, The Punisher, Misty Knight, Claire Temple, Elektra, and Iron Fist. It was also reported that Signourney Weaver (Aliens, Avatar) has joined the cast as well.

But Iron Fist is the last piece in the puzzle before we get The Defenders.  What I personally enjoy about the MCU Netflix shows is how different they are.  Meaning, they offer something new to the genre, keep the genre fresh, and there is something there for everyone.  If you want to see a beautiful badass woman, you can check out Jessica Jones. Or if you want to see urban justice you can check out Luke Cage. Every show feels like it offers something new. Whether it be the R&B and Hip Hop soundtrack of Luke Cage or the dark tone of Daredevil.

Iron Fist has been getting a lot of hate, and has been called the worst of the Marvel Netflix shows. I watched all 13 episodes, of this series. I enjoy the MCU Netflix shows, and I was looking forward to what they do with this show.  Honestly, I would have to agree that this is one of the weaker shows. That does not mean it is horrible, because it is not. It’s just more of the same we’ve seen before, and does not offer anything new like the previous MCU Netflix shows.

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