Monkeys Fighting Robots Review: Firefly #24

Firefly #24 is set in a nebulous point in time, where the crew is still together (and alive), yet the Alliance seems to be out of the way, or at least not as strong as they have previously been. Unfortunately, that left a void that Blue Sun Corporation stepped into. There’s a new big bad here, and they’re just as bad if not worse.

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Samuel L. Jackson To Star in Charlie Brooker’s “Death to 2020”

Samuel L. Jackson has joined the cast of Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones’ new Comedy for Netflix, Death to 2020 The official…

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Chris Evans Cast in Netflix Movie

Chris Evans has been cast in Netflix movie, Don’t Look Up alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streel, Cate Blanchet, Ariana Grande and Matthew Perry….

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Samuel L. Jackson Confirmed for Secret Invasion Series

In an announcement at the recent Disney Investors Event, Marvel confirmed more details about the Samuel L. Jackson series they announced in September. Secret Invasion…

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Mark Ruffalo Confirmed for She-Hulk

Disney have confirmed that Mark Ruffalo will appear in the forthcoming She-Hulk series for Disney+. The series will staring Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) as Jennifer…

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Disney Release Trailers For New Marvel Shows at Investors Day

Disney have released trailers for the new Loki, WandaVision, Falcon and Winter Soldier and Hawkeye shows set to premiere in 2021 at their Investors Day…

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Showbiz Cheat Sheet Interview: Juliet Landau Talks Place Among the Dead

“I really decided to use the vampire genre for a number of reasons in this project,” Landau said. “First of all, to make an entertaining movie. Second of all, to lull the audience into a sense of safety to explore unsafe and radical ideas. Third of all, to bring in my history from Buffy and Angel and all the other actors’ histories such as Gary Oldman, Ron Perlman, Robert Patrick, Lance Henriksen, Joss Whedon and bestselling authors Charlaine Harris and Anne Rice both appearing for the first time ever in a scripted narrative film. So it was a way to bring all of their histories in.”

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Monkeys Fighting Robots Review: Firefly #23

The plot also raises some reasonable questions about ethics, Mal’s character (and method of getting things done), and the concept of following the letter of the law (as opposed to the intent). These are all good debates to bring up, and could arguably result in some interesting conversations among fans.

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Slate Magazine Discuss How Hush Speaks to Censorship

“Hush” fully embraces the monster-as-metaphor template, with the Gentlemen as representations of government officials who restrict speech. Under a censorship regime, messages, especially those perceived as being contrary to the state’s ends, are banned by removing the political voices of both citizens and media. Like the Gentlemen, those who censor often do so to conceal truths. As Yale historian Timothy Snyder writers, “Since the truth sets you free, people who oppress you resist the truth.” Modeling some heads of state both past and present, the Gentlemen don’t care what norms have been established; they’re all about getting their way.

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TheWrap Interview: David Boreanaz Talks SEAL Team’s Season 4 Premiere

“What’s great about Season 4 is we’re allowed and we’ve earned the right to really get underneath their skin and see where their head is,” Boreanaz added. “And they’re all not there. I mean, they’re going to lose a lot. When you sacrifice, you lose a lot. And in losing a lot, you see more doors open for them. And some will be good that the audience will like and some the audience won’t like. But it’s a continuous revolving door that we can’t shy away from.”

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