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What are the Must-See movies this June? Man of Steel, of course! But what about the rest? Read more to find out our picks for each week.

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A look at the latest issue of Dark Horse Comics’ ANGEL & FAITH. Our critic says the book is a knockout from Gage and Isaacs, will you agree?

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has just been picked up by ABC. Joss Whedon’s back in the television game, guys! We’re way too excited.

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Since I haven’t had the privilege before now to see the masterpiece that is Joss Whedon‘s Much Ado About Nothing, it is by far the one thing I HAD TO see at SXSW this year. The reason behind this was, of course, not only the film itself, but the fact

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I can’t believe it’s been just about 10 years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer last left the airwaves. One of the most influential shows in the golden age of television, it’s impact is still felt today and the fanbase is just as zealous. My love for the show has never abated, anyway.

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Joss Whedon tackles MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING to beautiful results. There’s an aurora of serenity in every frame, as if Whedon is on cinematic vacation.

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Editor’s Note: We’ll continue to update this post as more directors announce they will not direct Disney’s Star Wars 7. Keep reading for the latest news.   The Star Wars series is likely a reason why many of today’s directors wanted to get in to the business in the first place. Growing up watching

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When this announcement landed in my inbox I could hardly contain my excitement.  Then I remembered that it’s still 2012 and the next SXSW Film Festival is still six months away!  The announcement of new programming at SXSW 2013 has whetted my appetite though and I’m ready for the next

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FeaturesMoviesOscar Watching

Over the last two years, The Weinstein Company has taken The King’s Speech and The Artist – both of which could have been conceived and filmed in almost any time period in which films existed – to Picture victories at the Academy Awards. Stormy weather certainly doesn’t cloud the boutique

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Those of us waiting for the next installment in Marvel’s ultra successful Avengers franchise are going to have to be quite patient as Disney released a timeline for the next batch of Marvel films. The official statement went as follows “Joss Whedon returns to write and direct the untitled Marvel’s Avengers sequel, set for release on May

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The Venice Film Festival, which we discussed last week, might give way to some Oscar contenders, but the Toronto International Film Festival is where the awards season really begins. After all, the last five Picture winners played at the fest. If that trend continues, one hoping to find this year’s eventual

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From superheroes to American presidents, let’s take a quick look at some of the major stories that hit the web today including the news that Joss Whedon has signed on for The Avengers 2 and Mickey Rourke will return for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Plus, we get our very

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Comic Con was a whirlwind of geek insanity with colorful sights and sounds in every direction!  If you missed it, be sure to check out our Day 1 Comic Con gallery.  Here are some photo highlights from Day 2 of the pop culture orgy. As seen in Ridley Scott’s Alien:

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Documentaries are typically a medium where the story garners more attention than the storytellers but Morgan Spurlock‘s style and career have been anything buy typical. Bursting into the public consciousness with Super Size Me, his well timed exploration of fast food restaurants and the American diet, Spurlock then went on

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