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Perfectly timed with the release of the first three episodes, the opening scene of "Y: The Last Man" is now available on YouTube. The scene sets the table for the season to follow, introducing the characters' post-apocalyptic world in all its chaos, and letting loose Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer), the last biological man left on earth. At Yorick's side is the character already primed to steal the show, his pet monkey, Ampersand. Check out this exciting first look at "Y: The Last Man."The Opening Scene Of Y: The Last ManNot gonna lie, a world without men sounds pretty tempting...

Denis Villeneuve Wanted To Film Two Dune Movies Back To Back, But That Plan Got Axed In some corners of the internet (present company included), rampant excitement over the fact that a filmmaker as capable and qualified as Denis Villeneuve would be attempting to translate "Dune" to the big screen has steadily turned into concern over the fact that "Dune" has all the makings of being the exact opposite of a "Movies are back, baby!" billion dollar-grossing crowd-pleaser.As influential as the original Frank Herbert novel undeniably is, the target audience for the lore-heavy fantasy story has to be considered roughly on par with Villeneuve's last major project: "Blade Runner 2049.

Denis Villeneuve Wanted To Film Two Dune Movies Back To Back, But That Plan Got Axed In some corners of the internet (present company included), rampant excitement over the fact that a filmmaker as capable and qualified as Denis Villeneuve would be attempting to translate "Dune" to the big screen has steadily turned into concern over the fact that "Dune" has all the makings of being the exact opposite of a "Movies are back, baby!" billion dollar-grossing crowd-pleaser.As influential as the original Frank Herbert novel undeniably is, the target audience for the lore-heavy fantasy story has to be considered roughly on par with Villeneuve's last major project: "Blade Runner 2049.

Mad Max Spin-Off Furiosa Pushed Back One Year, Salem's Lot To Haunt Theaters Next September We've got some good news and some bad news on the release date front. The good news is, "Mad Max: Furiosa," the long-awaited prequel to "Mad Max: Fury Road," has a new release date. The bad news is it's a whole lot further away than was previously expected. But in further good news for Stephen King fans, the new "Salem's Lot" movie has been given a rather appropriate release date by Warner Bros. as well.

Dune 2 May Be Ready to Film in 2022, If It Gets Greenlit Dune hasn't arrived in cinemas yet, but Denis Villeneuve is adamant that the second part will be made, and soon.

Dune 2 May Be Ready to Film in 2022, If It Gets Greenlit Dune hasn't arrived in cinemas yet, but Denis Villeneuve is adamant that the second part will be made, and soon.

Cool Stuff: NECA's 'Halloween Kills' Michael Myers Action Figure Has Plenty Of Tiny Murder Weapons This fall, Michael Myers will be slashing his way through Haddonfield yet again in "Halloween Kills." However, as we've seen in the trailer for the sequel to the 2018 canon-wiping franchise reboot, he's certainly seen better days. After being left to burn alive, Michael Myers gets to live another day when firefighters come to put out the blaze at Laurie Strode's makeshift fortress.

Cool Stuff: NECA's 'Halloween Kills' Michael Myers Action Figure Has Plenty Of Tiny Murder Weapons This fall, Michael Myers will be slashing his way through Haddonfield yet again in "Halloween Kills." However, as we've seen in the trailer for the sequel to the 2018 canon-wiping franchise reboot, he's certainly seen better days. After being left to burn alive, Michael Myers gets to live another day when firefighters come to put out the blaze at Laurie Strode's makeshift fortress.

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