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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Concept Art Sees Kylo Ren Staring Down Space Wolves On Coruscant Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is likely to remain one of the most divisive instalments in the franchise for years to come, but the upcoming "Art of" book promises to shed some light on just how different J.J. Abrams' movie could have ended up being.  Thanks to Yahoo Movies, we have a few new pieces of artwork from that, including an amazing shot of Kylo Ren staring down some space wolves outside the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.

Locke & Key debuted on Netflix this February to fairly positive reviews and word-of-mouth buzz.

Why Does Superman Kill in Man of Steel? Zack Snyder Justifies Zod's Neck-Snap Director Zack Snyder has provided an explanation as to why his version of Superman kills.

Check out extended previews of Birds of Prey & Bloodshot As the ongoing coronavirus crisis has left many of us spending much more time in our homes than usual, Hollywood has taken a few steps to make the transition a little easier by giving a handful of movies an early Digital release. Two of the many films receiving that early release are BIRDS OF PREY from Warner Bros. and BLOODSHOT from Sony Pictures, and the studios have each released a… Read More...

I've got to hand it to COVID-19, for every day that passes during this global pandemic we're all living in, the world is slowly starting to look more and more like the start of a Stephen King novel. Is the coronavirus on King's payroll? Is this all an elaborate plot to sell an upcoming King novel? I'm onto you, Stephen. You don't fool me. Back in 1978, Stephen… Read More...

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Concept Art Reveals A Different Take On Captain America's Wakandan Shields At the end of Captain America: Civil War, Steve Rogers decided he no longer deserved to wield the shield after lying to Iron Man about The Winter Soldier being responsible for the death of Howard and Maria Stark.

Ann Bembi’s New ‘Wonder Woman’ Posters Deliver the Hero We Need Right Now With all the chaos happening in the world right now, we need heroes. Thankfully, there are plenty of those in the medical profession who are doing everything they can to save as many lives as possible. But it doesn’t hurt to take solace in fictional superheroes, especially when they’re crafted so majestically by a great artist. Bottleneck Gallery is releasing two new Wonder Woman prints today with stunning artwork by Ann Bembi. Each is a portrait of Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero, and they both look like they belong in a museum.

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