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While the rest of Hollywood was going wild for superhero movies and shared universes in the 2010s, James Cameron was keeping his nose pressed firmly to the grindstone trying to figure out how the heck to make a sequel to his Oscar-winning, box office monster "Avatar." The easy answer is "You don't," but it's clear by now this sci-fi franchise is no mere cash cow for Cameron (well, okay, it's not just that) -- it's his true calling.Still, by the time the first of Cameron's four planned sequels, "Avatar: The Way of Water," arrives at the end of 2022, it will have been a whole 13 years since the

While the rest of Hollywood was going wild for superhero movies and shared universes in the 2010s, James Cameron was keeping his nose pressed firmly to the grindstone trying to figure out how the heck to make a sequel to his Oscar-winning, box office monster "Avatar." The easy answer is "You don't," but it's clear by now this sci-fi franchise is no mere cash cow for Cameron (well, okay, it's not just that) -- it's his true calling.Still, by the time the first of Cameron's four planned sequels, "Avatar: The Way of Water," arrives at the end of 2022, it will have been a whole 13 years since the

When "Stranger Things" season 1 implied Matthew Modine's Dr. Martin Brenner was killed off-screen by a demogorgon, anyone and everyone remotely familiar with the clichés of the horror genre didn't buy it for a second. Sure enough, Eleven's (Millie Bobby Brown) insidious "Papa" resurfaced in season 4, a little banged-up but otherwise no worse for wear and back to controlling his "daughter" under the guise of helping her regain her powers.The dynamic between Eleven and Dr.

When "Stranger Things" season 1 implied Matthew Modine's Dr. Martin Brenner was killed off-screen by a demogorgon, anyone and everyone remotely familiar with the clichés of the horror genre didn't buy it for a second. Sure enough, Eleven's (Millie Bobby Brown) insidious "Papa" resurfaced in season 4, a little banged-up but otherwise no worse for wear and back to controlling his "daughter" under the guise of helping her regain her powers.The dynamic between Eleven and Dr.

"Community" is the show that keeps on giving. The show initially ran for five seasons on NBC before being canceled by the network as fans fervently fought for and supported the show. Eventually, "Community" found a home on the streaming service "Yahoo! Screen" (yeah, that was a thing) for its sixth and final season. Even after ending in 2015, fans of the show continue to champion it. The hashtag #sixseasonsandamovie is still going strong to this day, with fans hoping Dan Harmon and company stay true to the hashtag and cap the series with a feature film.

This is not a drill: the "Deadpool" movies and "Logan" are coming to Disney+. That's right, the grown-up, R-rated Marvel movies are headed to the streaming service on July 22, 2022, so parents should probably make sure those parental controls are fully set before then. After all, Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) is extremely funny and imitable, but he loves to drop dialogue that kids should definitely not be copying, and kids may love Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), but "Logan" will probably give them nightmares and make them cry.

Joe and Anthony Russo's "The Gray Man" is just around the corner, featuring two characters going head to head in a life-or-death situation: former CIA agent and mercenary Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling) and his formidable ex-colleague turned villain, Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans). The plot of the film is supposed to follow the structure of a classic revenge tale, with Gentry embarking on a globe-spanning mission.

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