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Castle of Horror: The Creature From The Black Lagoon Is A Creeper Welcome to Summer! The Castle of Horror is back after a vacation so that members of the cast could chase after some of their own projects (Drew has been making new Halloween Man, Tony has been preparing a new album from Rise From Fire, Julia’s been growing her law practice, and Jason has been writing Young Captain Nemo #1.) This week we kick off a brand new retrospective: Summer 2017, where we explore some great horror films that fit with the themes of summer adventure. We kick it off with the classic 1954 Creature From The Black Lagoon.

Deadpool 2: T.J. Miller Says The Film Won’t Be A Retread Of The First One The first Deadpool film was one that was many years in the making. Following the character’s appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, fans were anxious to see what Ryan Reynolds would bring to Deadpool in a film of his own. Sadly, they would have to wait a solid seven years (and one failed Green Lantern movie) before we could see that become a reality.

‘Black Panther’ is Already The Most Beautiful Marvel Film By Neil Miller 30+ new images continue to raise the bar for visual vibrancy within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It feels a little strange to call Marvel’s Black Panther a colorful movie. That’s not coded language. Compared to other films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we can already rank it high in its use of vibrant hues, despite the midnight aesthetic of its titular character’s suit.

Avengers: Infinity War - Don Cheadle Implies War Machine Will Be Back In Action Last year’s Captain America: Civil War saw all of the Avengers go head-to-head against one another in the now-famous airport scene brawl. On the whole, while the scene was 17 minutes of fun, it was hard to escape the idea that the stakes weren’t exactly clear. These guys weren’t going to kill each other, so why fight? Yet despite that, not everyone made it out unscathed.

Guardians 2 Stars Back for More Avengers: Infinity War Filming Two members of the Guardians of the Galaxy roster have returned to the set of Avengers: Infinity War to finish filming. At the beginning of the year right as Infinity War started filming, the Guardians team were some of the first people to report to set. Fans have already seen Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) standing side-by-side with Iron Man and Spider-Man in the Infinity War production teaser, while the rest of his team has reported to set throughout.

When San Diego Comic-Con kicks off next week, there will be endless goodies that attendees are trying to get their hands on. There are the impossibly difficult to land exclusives from the Funko booth, where the only way to get a chance to buy them is to wait in line to enter a lottery to maybe win a ticket to enter the booth. Mondo has a bunch of in-demand prints that fans will wait hours to get.

Akiva Goldsman, the man who occupied the big chair in the TRANSFORMERS and Hasbro properties writing rooms, has relocated his Weed Road banner to the Melrose Avenue area in conjunction with a two-year first-look deal at Paramount Pictures. As a part of the arrangement, Goldsman will direct a feature based on DEADPOOL creator Rob Liefeld's comic book character AVENGELYNE. Additionally, Paramount is looking for... Read More...

Chadwick Boseman Compares The Political Climate In ‘Black Panther’ To The One In The USA Time to get excited about Black Panther! The more we learn about this movie the more it feels like it’s going to be the political thriller we haven’t seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet. Entertainment Weekly did a great interview with star Chadwick Boseman and he gave a ton of new information about the plot. In terms of where T’Challa’s head is and when the movie takes place Boseman described a conflicted and guilty young man. It’s shortly after Civil War has ended so he’s still in mourning. There’s a guilt in terms of taking the throne.

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