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Game of Thrones is on its way out of HBO. Once Season 8 hits the cable network next year, it’ll be all she wrote for those groups of characters. Sure, author George R.R. Martin is hard at work developing prequels for the network, but even he isn’t putting all his dragon eggs in the Westeros basket.

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Production is underway for Joker, the standalone film from filmmaker Todd Phillips, starring Joaquin Phoenix. Over the past several months, we’ve reported on numerous updates from the project, from its cast to crew to its basic premise. Now, on the heels of Phillips giving us our first look at the character, Warner Bros.

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Next year, audiences will see the end of the bloody chapter of Westeros’ history with Season 8 of Game of Thrones. Finally, the feud between the Starks and Lannisters will be resolved, and for better or worse, someone will ascend to take the throne. It’s an ending that has been building up over the past seven seasons, but as it turns out, author of the Song of Ice and Fire novel series (the source material for Game of Thrones) thinks it could have gone longer, as he revealed to Variety on the red carpet during the Emmys.

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LRM Online by Anthony Esteves - 2h ago

For nearly two decades, HBO has sat as the top dog in Emmy nominations with shows like The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, True Blood, The Leftovers, True Detective, and Game Of Thrones.

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The Captain Marvel trailer has finally hit, and with it, we have yet another entry in the ridiculously successful Marvel Cinematic Universe impending. And this was no little teaser. It was a full-on two-minute look at the film, and in it there were more nuggets than you could shake a stick at.

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As Star Wars: Episode 9 commences with production, plot details are understandably thin on the ground. Each of the previous entries in this Star Wars sequel trilogy has been able to keep plot details away from prying eyes and that is expected to continue for this final installment also.

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LRM Online by Joseph Jammer Medina - 3h ago

It’s time for Marvel Studio’s first female lead superhero to have her time to shine. It’s been over a decade since the Marvel Cinematic Universe has started, and in that time there have been plenty of amazing female superheroes grace the big screen. However, until now, there haven’t been any who stood alone in their own feature film.

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In this episode we discuss;

The Comic Source Podcast

Episode 509

Extermination #2 Spotlight

Jace dives into the second issue of the Extermination series. This is the X-Men book you NEED to be reading as it sets up the new status quo for everything that comes after and leads into the upcoming relaunch of Uncanny X-Men

Extermination #2

Writer – Ed Brisson, Artist – Pepe Larraz, Colorist – Marte Garcia

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Elizabeth Bank’s reboot of Charlies Angels will take the female fronted detective agency global. The Townsend Agency, a security and intelligence service, will feature teams all around the globe. One of those teams will be the next generation of Angels which team is made up of Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska.

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Did you all know that there was a hiccup or two during the production of Solo: A Star Wars Story? A commentary on the Solo Blu-Ray release, In the Solo: The Director & Cast Roundtable bonus feature has the film’s star Alden Ehrenreich speaking about how original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller took  the better part of a month, three weeks actually to film the cell fight between Han and Chewy

“It took three weeks to shoot… It was three weeks, it was the first thing we shot.

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