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Steve Rogers is back on ice in ‘Captain America #698′

Once, he was a man out of time… and now he’s about to re-live that moment all over again. Following the shocking ending of Captain America #697, Steve Rogers is back on ice in Captain America #698, and it’s a brave new (and cold) world. Now, it’s up to the super soldier to assemble a new group of Howling Commandos to help him battle for this freedom.

“Everybody thought it couldn’t happen again—but it has!” teased Svp and Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. “Once more, Cap is a man out of time—but the new era he finds himself in is fraught with perils, personal hardships, and challenges unlike anything the shield-slinger has ever experienced before. The lead-up to our big blow-out #700 issue starts here!”

Captain America #698 – Out Of Time Part 1

Written by Mark Waid

Art and Cover by Chris Samnee

On-Sale 2/7/18
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Marvel To Feature Wolverine In Post-Credits Scenes And Put Captain America Back On Ice In 2018

By now, I’m sure many of you know to stay after the credits whenever seeing the latest Marvel movie and, likewise, wonder where the heck everyone else is going when they begin to roll. I mean, haven’t people learned their lesson on numerous occasions since the first Iron Man flick debuted back in 2008?

Anyway, beginning in 2018, the House of Ideas intend on implementing a similar flourish in their comic books, specifically involving Wolverine. As you may have heard by now, the 616 Logan that we all love is once again among the living, having returned this fall in the Marvel Legacy one-shot. Still, much mystery surrounds the resurrected icon, particularly why he’s not dead anymore – and how he came into possession of an Infinity Stone.

As for these post-credits scenes – or “backup stories,” as the rest of us having been calling them for decades – the first round will
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2017 American Music Awards: Why Pink and Kelly Clarkson Singing Rem’s ‘Everybody Hurts’ Is the Perfect Opening

2017 American Music Awards: Why Pink and Kelly Clarkson Singing Rem’s ‘Everybody Hurts’ Is the Perfect Opening
Pink and Kelly Clarkson seem to know how we’re feeling.

This has been a year -- especially the last few months -- marked by a seemingly unending torrent of bad news, from natural disasters to a near-constant flow of revelations about sexual assault in nearly every industry.

As Jamie Foxx said while introducing the pair at the 2017 American Music Awards, "We needed the power of music to help us heal... 2017 was the year that tested our faith.”

So it was perfectly fitting that in the highly anticipated opening number, the two pop stars threw the combined weight of their vocal power behind a 25-year-old song -- R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts” -- that doesn’t shy away from getting serious, because it was originally written about teenage suicide.

Related: Kelly Clarkson and Pink Slay Their Opening Performance at 2017 American Music Awards

Here’s a quick history lesson about the track:

The song was released on 1992’s
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Venom 2099, Red She-Hulk, Darkhawk and Hit-Monkey revealed for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is shaping up to feature one of – if not the biggest – roster of playable characters in video game history, and thanks to The Brick Fan, we now have a first look at four of the more obscure names on the list in Venom 2099, Red She-Hulk, Darkhawk and Hit-Monkey. Take a look at the official character reveal images here…

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Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is an all-new, epic adventure and sequel to the smash hit, Lego Marvel Super Heroes. This original branching storyline, co-written by comic book veteran Kurt Busiek, transports players into a cosmic battle across a myriad of Marvel locations ripped from time and space into the incredible open hub world of Chronopolis. Packed with signature
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Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Out of Time Character Pack Dlc adds time variant heroes

With Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2’s release date fast approaching, GameStop has revealed details of its pre-order bonus, the Out of Time Character Pack.

See Also: Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Season Pass details and new characters revealed

The pack expands the already enormous roster of the game with time variant heroes from across the Marvel universe, and includes:

Iron Man 2020

Lady Spider

Nosferata

Captain Assyria

Warmaker

Hulk 2099

Daredevil Noir

See Also: Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 story trailer stars adorable doggy Cosmo the Spacedog

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is an all-new, epic adventure and sequel to the smash hit, Lego Marvel Super Heroes. This original branching storyline, co-written by comic book veteran Kurt Busiek, transports players into a cosmic battle across a myriad of Marvel locations ripped from time and space into the incredible open hub world of Chronopolis. Packed with signature Lego humor for fans of all ages, gamers will
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Lost Doctor Who episode heading for home release

Chris Cummins Kirsten Howard Oct 12, 2017

A Doctor Who episode from legendary author Douglas Adams will be finished via animation, featuring the voices of the original actors...

When Douglas Adams unexpectedly died in 2001, he left a monumental void in the world of science fiction. Through works like The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy and Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency he established himself as a literary idol for an entire generation who would grow up to see many of his seemingly far-out ideas come to fruition. That phone you might be reading this article on is basically a real-life Hitchhiker's Guide, and a small reminder that as bad as things are right now, they aren't entirely terrible.

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As you are probably well aware, a pre-fame Adams was a script editor for Doctor Who during Tom Baker's tenure on that series. Along with giving the show some,
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Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Season Pass details and new characters revealed

During its panel at the New York Comic Con, Tt Games has announced details of the Season Pass content for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. In total, the Dlc will feature 6 level packs – based on the Marvel Studios films Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther and Ant-Man and the Wasp and the Marvel Television shows Cloak and Dagger and Runaways – as well as four character packs: Agents of Atlas, Champions, Out of Time and Classic Guardians of the Galaxy.

In addition to the Season Pass, a host of characters have been revealed, including Dormammu, Daredevil, Gwen Stacy, Kid Colt, Klaw, Korvac, Kraven the Hunter, Stingray, Thor (Jane Foster), Grandmaster, Valkyrie, Arizona Annie, Captain Avalon, Squirrel Girl, Chimpmunk Hunk, Koi Boi, Luke Cage (Noir), Misty Knight, Blade, Phantom Rider, Morbius, Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze), Red Wolf, Living Totem, Super Adaptoid, Ursa Major, Hobgoblin, Charlie-27 (Retro Guardians Dlc), Hulk 2099, Lady Spider and Hellcow.
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Red Dwarf: 8 ways it got around the ‘no aliens’ rule

Juliette Harrisson Sep 28, 2017

Red Dwarf had to get creative to dodge its self-imposed no-aliens rule and give the last human being alive characters to interact with...

Red Dwarf is not the only space opera to have a self-imposed rule against intelligent alien life appearing on the show. Other shows have also chosen to avoid little green men, rubber-faced aliens or Henson workshop puppets to portray a universe inhabited entirely by humans, their inventions and the occasional bit of Earth wildlife, and others will again (all this has happened before, all this will happen again).

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However, Red Dwarf has one big disadvantage that other shows which decline to explore intelligent alien life do not. The set-up of the show
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Red Dwarf: looking back at the past and ahead to the future

Jamie Andrew Sep 20, 2017

With Red Dwarf Xii on its way, one fan revisits his love of the short rouge one, through the highs to the lows and back again...

If not for Doctor Who and Star Trek – two low-key franchises of which I'm sure you're dimly aware – Red Dwarf would be the longest-running, (still in production) sci-fi television series of all time. As a consolation, Red Dwarf can at least claim the distinction of being the longest-running sci-fi television series of all time in which the core cast hasn't been replaced, re-booted or regenerated. But to what extent is this Usp a curse? Thirty-one years is a hell of a long time for a group of guys to be marooned in deep space all wearing the same faces, especially when those faces have visibly sagged and etched and wrinkled over the fast-rolling decades (except in the case of Danny John Jules,
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Exclusive Preview: Simon Baz Is Out Of Time In Green Lanterns #31

From the start, one of Green Lanterns’ greatest qualities has been that the series has pulled no punches when it comes to taking ringslingers in new directions. After all, that’s what made Geoff Johns now legendary run so tremendous, and that’s also why I’ll remember Sam Humphries’ time on the book so fondly.

Furthermore, what makes this title feel so fresh isn’t just the new concepts that are introduced, it’s the characters it centers on, those being Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz. Both having been products of the New 52, they’ve become more fleshed out during Rebirth, with Baz being one of DC’s breakout characters of late. Yes, Johns may have created him, but it’s my belief that Humphries has defined him.

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"Green Lanterns: Out Of Time"

DC Comics' "Green Lanterns" #26, available July 5, 2017 is written by Sam Humphries and illustrated by Ronan Cliquet, with covers by Mike McKone and Brandon Peterson:

"...in 'Out of Time', Part One : ten billion years ago, 'Volthoom' nearly wiped out the 'Guardians of the Universe'. 

"What power was able to stop him, and where did it go? 

"Learn more about the history of the 'First Lantern' as 'Out of Time' begins..."

David S. Goyer ("Man Of Steel") and Justin Rhodes continue developing a feature screenplay adapting "Green Lantern Corps", based on DC Comics' 'Green Lantern' series.

Warners will back the new feature, focusing on 'Green Lantern' superheroes 'Hal Jordan' and 'John Stewart', to be produced by Goyer, with DC's Geoff Johns and Jon Berg executive producing.

Created in 1959 for DC Comics, by writer John Broome and illustrator Gil Kane...

...the 'Green Lantern Corps
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‘Out of Time’ begins in Green Lanterns #26; check out a preview here

The new story arc ‘Out of Time’ gets underway in Green Lanterns #26 this Wednesday, and you can take a look at a preview of the issue here courtesy of DC Comics

Out Of Time” part one! Ten billion years ago, Volthoom nearly wiped out the Guardians of the Universe. What power was able to stop him, and where did it go? Learn more about the history of the First Lantern as “Out of Time” begins!

Green Lanterns #26 is out on July 5th, priced $2.99.

Via A.V. Club
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DC Film’s Jon Berg, Geoff Johns on Success of ‘Wonder Woman’ and Sequel Plans (Exclusive)

DC Film’s Jon Berg, Geoff Johns on Success of ‘Wonder Woman’ and Sequel Plans (Exclusive)
Jon Berg and Geoff Johns are riding high. The two men, whose job is to oversee the DC film universe for Warner Bros., are basking in the glow of the critical and commercial success of “Wonder Woman.” Berg is a veteran producer whose credits include “Elf” and “Out of Time,” while Johns is deeply enmeshed in DC lore, having written for the likes of “Green Lantern” and “Aquaman” in addition to guiding the company’s television efforts.

They spoke with Variety about what’s next for “Wonder Woman,” their reaction to the poor reviews for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad,” and why there will be more female superheroes and villains in upcoming DC films.

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Why did audiences embrace “Wonder Woman”?

Berg: It’s a fun movie. It’s positive and optimistic.
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‘The Leftovers’: The 7 Filmmakers That Made It One of Television’s Best Directed Series

‘The Leftovers’: The 7 Filmmakers That Made It One of Television’s Best Directed Series
The end is finally upon us. “The Leftovers” airs its final episode this Sunday on HBO, and with it comes the close of one of television’s all-time great drama series. Over the course of its three-season run, “The Leftovers” has earned acclaim for Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta, as well as the ensemble cast, but it would be a shame to say goodbye to this series without spotlighting the men and women behind the camera.

The Leftovers” and its point-of-view storytelling always allowed different directors to leave their mark on the series. Through memorable sequences and shots, these seven directors made “The Leftovers” an emotionally visceral and downright spiritual experience. It’s safe to say there won’t be another series like it for some time, but television is in good hands as long as these filmmakers are guiding it.

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‘The Leftovers’: The 7 Filmmakers That Made It One of Television’s Best Directed Series

‘The Leftovers’: The 7 Filmmakers That Made It One of Television’s Best Directed Series
The end is finally upon us. “The Leftovers” airs its final episode this Sunday on HBO, and with it comes the close of one of television’s all-time great drama series. Over the course of its three-season run, “The Leftovers” has earned acclaim for Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta, as well as the ensemble cast, but it would be a shame to say goodbye to this series without spotlighting the men and women behind the camera.

The Leftovers” and its point-of-view storytelling always allowed different directors to leave their mark on the series. Through memorable sequences and shots, these seven directors made “The Leftovers” an emotionally visceral and downright spiritual experience. It’s safe to say there won’t be another series like it for some time, but television is in good hands as long as these filmmakers are guiding it.

Read More: ‘The Leftovers’ Is the Best Show on
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Legends of Tomorrow Season Two Hits Video August 15

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Burbank, CA (May 16, 2017) – Their time is now! Just before their third season premiere on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD on August 15, 2017. Fans can zoom through 17 exhilarating episodes from the second season, plus exciting special features including the show’s 2016 Comic-Con Panel, crossover featurette, gag-reel and deleted scenes. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is The CW’s #4 show among Total Viewers, with over 3.2 million viewers tuning in weekly.⃰ DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray, which includes a Digital Copy.

*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, and <3 TCs; Season To-Date = 10/13/16-12/08/16

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow amps up the firepower for Season Two of the Super Hero team-up series by enlisting both a
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DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow Season 2 Blu-Ray Release Date And Featurettes Revealed

Although DC’s Legends of Tomorrow certainly won over many viewers with its first season, it could be argued that it really started to live up to its potential in the second. Sure, Vandal Savage certainly made for a formidable adversary and it was cool to see the time traveling series utilize beloved characters such as Jonah Hex, but seeing as how this is a team-up show, it only made sense that a cadre of villains unite to confound the Waverider crew.

We are, of course, speaking of the Legion of Doom. No, it wasn’t quite the eclectic cabal you might remember from the old Super Friends cartoons, but rather, a lineup that better fit with what the Arrowverse had already established: the Reverse-Flash, Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk and Captain Cold. And, should you be remotely familiar with this world, you’d know how fearsome the guys making up that lot are individually,
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Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side

Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side
The legacy of Albert Einstein cannot be overstated — even when we take the scientist’s accomplishments for granted, he’s one of our planet’s most famous pop culture figures, recognizable across generations. The way he’s been depicted on screen has ranged from well-researched takes on the man’s life, such as Nat Geo Channel’s new anthology series “Genius,” premiering today, to, shall we say, somewhat more out-there fare.

Read More: ‘Genius’: Albert Einstein Undergoes a Heated Interrogation in Exclusive Sneak Peek — Watch

Below are some of the most notable examples we found featuring the great scientist depicted in a less-than-serious state. What’s interesting about looking at all of these examples together is how on the one hand, Einstein as an icon has been utilized for the sake of comedy for decades now. But when film or TV choose to engage with the reality of the man himself,
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Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side

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Albert Einstein, Comedy Icon? 9 Examples of How Film and TV Depict His Lighter Side
The legacy of Albert Einstein cannot be overstated — even when we take the scientist’s accomplishments for granted, he’s one of our planet’s most famous pop culture figures, recognizable across generations. The way he’s been depicted on screen has ranged from well-researched takes on the man’s life, such as Nat Geo Channel’s new anthology series “Genius,” premiering today, to, shall we say, somewhat more out-there fare.

Read More: ‘Genius’: Albert Einstein Undergoes a Heated Interrogation in Exclusive Sneak Peek — Watch

Below are some of the most notable examples we found featuring the great scientist depicted in a less-than-serious state. What’s interesting about looking at all of these examples together is how on the one hand, Einstein as an icon has been utilized for the sake of comedy for decades now. But when film or TV choose to engage with the reality of the man himself,
See full article at Indiewire »

All Eyez on Me Trailer: The Untold Story Behind Tupac's Legacy

All Eyez on Me Trailer: The Untold Story Behind Tupac's Legacy
With the June 16 release date just a few months away, CodeBlack Entertainment has debuted a new trailer for the Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me. This sneak peek comes just one day before the late rapper will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. This biopic has certainly had its ups and downs through the development process, but the final product could end up being one of the most talked-about movies of the year, centering on the iconic rapper, who would have turned 46 years old on the exact day this biopic will be released.

We first reported on this Tupac biopic way back in 2011, when Antoine Fuqua (The Magnificent Seven) signed on to direct, but he eventually parted ways with the project. John Singleton (Boyz n the Hood) signed on to direct in 2014, but he left a year later, with Carl Franklin (Out of Time
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