• Jim Carrey Disappointed by Sonic the Hedgehog’s Redesign

    
 Everybody is loving Sonic the Hedgehog’s new design for his upcoming movie. After receiving a scathing backlash over the movie’s original design of the iconic character, Paramount Pictures responded by completely redesigning the blue blur. So far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive, with many praising the studio for listening to fans and providing […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
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  • Before and After: Sonic the Hedgehog’s Movie Design

    
 Sonic the Hedgehog has been on a roll recently (no pun intended) with the release of his Olympics crossover with Mario on the Nintendo Switch and a feature-length movie in the pipeline. But when the blue blur’s first movie trailer dropped in April, the fan backlash was fast and furious. Everyone’s favorite iconic hedgehog […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 2 Years ago
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  • ‘Joker’ is DC’s Best Film Outing Since ‘The Dark Knight’

    
 Where does one begin with a film like Joker? When I first saw the trailers for it, I was not impressed. It looked like an indie arthouse movie to me. Not that there’s anything wrong with indie arthouse movies, but coming from a big studio like Warner Bros. with a major DC character like […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 2 Years ago
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  • New ‘Twin Peaks’ Project Might Be in Development

    
 On an early morning in September, Twin Peaks director and co-creator David Lynch took to Twitter to post how much he enjoyed filming the popular series in King County. Normally this tweet would sound rather benign, but the last season of Twin Peaks finished filming nearly three years ago. So why bring up filming […]
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    • 2 Years ago
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  • “There Will Be Dragons”: George R.R. Martin Confirms Game of Thrones Prequel

    
 George R.R. Martin’s latest book, Fire and Blood Vol. 1, is getting a TV adaptation according to the author himself in a recent blog post. The book details the history of the Targaryen family. It serves as a prequel to the popular Game of Thrones series. The new show already has a finished script […]
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    • 2 Years ago
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  • Why is Belle Delphine Appearing in Signs Across Taiwan?

    
 Billboards and signs across Taiwan have been promoting a new mobile game that promises MMORPG goodness for all. However, amidst all of the excitement and buzz surrounding the title, some have noticed a remarkable likeness between a female character in the promotional material for the game and popular cosplayer Belle Delphine. The game, titled […]
    • by Nancy Chen
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Modern Redesigns of Classic Pokémon Are Jaw-Droppingly Incredible

    
 A group of artists over at Subjectively have answered the age-old question: what would classic Pokémon from the first generation in the 90s look like if they were designed today? While this is a topic that many fans speculate about, Subjectively’s team actually went out and drew some reimagined designs of Gen 1 Pokémon […]
    • by Zax Ma
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Could the Ash Ketchum and Pikachu Duo Be Leaving Pokémon?

    
 After 19 seasons spawning over 930 episodes, Ash Ketchum of the popular Pokémon anime has never won a bonafide Pokémon League battle or an equivalent thereof. That all might change after this week’s much-anticipated final battle in Pokémon Sun and Moon: Ultra Legends. The writers behind the show may just finally be willing to […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Review: ‘Weathering With You’ Does the Impossible

    
 In the summer of 2005, I made my monthly trek to Best Buy to peruse their DVD section. I was 15 years old then, and usually I’d have a stack of movies to choose from by the end of my hunt before whittling my options down to one. But on that day in the […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Alex Trebek Returns to Jeopardy After Winning Battle Against Cancer

    
 What is awesome? 79-year-old Alex Trebek made his triumphant return to Jeopardy on Monday for his 36th season as the show’s host. He had been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March and was going through treatment. With a survival rate of only nine percent, the host spoke openly about the dire situation […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 2 Years ago
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