Sir Patrick Stewart Voicing Poop Emoji in The Emoji Movie

Patrick Stewart to Play Poop Emoji

Sir Patrick Stewart might be best known among geek circles for his roles as Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Professor Charles Xavier in Star Trek: The Next Generation and the X-Men movies, respectively, but his full career spans more than half a century and a wide range of genres and media. Of particular note is his involvement in various Shakespeare adaptations, as he began his acting career through a run with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and has returned to the Bard’s works many times since.

Thanks to his distinctive and instantly recognizable voice, Stewart has also appeared in plenty of roles where you don’t see his face at …

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The Belko Experiment Trailer #2: Office Wars Gone Mad

The Belko Experiment - Tony Goldwyn

James Gunn broke into the public limelight thanks to Guardians of the Galaxy, the first installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to truly venture into the cosmos. Before this point in his career however, Gunn had established himself as a director to keep an eye on with indie films like Super and Slither. Both movies had budgets that were minimal in comparison to Guardians, but Gunn’s ability to bring humor and violence together made each film unique in different ways.

Having now established himself as being one of the bigger names in Hollywood, Gunn has gained the ability to explore some other passion projects, such as The Belko Experiment. The film follows an entire body of employees mandated to kill each other to save their jobs. The first trailer teases this premise and the violent outcome on the horizon, but the newest trailer highlights the film’s cast… while also showing each of them preparing …

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Ready Player One Star Teases Motion-Capture OASIS & Avatars

Ready Player One Cover Art

There are few book adaptations in development in Hollywood right now with more hype surrounding them than director Steven Spielberg’s upcoming live-action adaptation of Ready Player One. Based on Ernest Cline’s critically-acclaimed 2011 novel of the same name, the film is set to be a sci-fi adventure unlike any other, filled to the brim with pop culture references as it follows its main characters on a dangerous treasure hunt through a popular virtual world, after its creator dies and leaves behind a prize that could change the life of whoever finds it forever. But first, the user will have to work their way through pop culture-driven, video …

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He-Man vs. ThunderCats: The Fight We’ve Dreamed of is Here

He-Man Lion-O ThunderCats Comic Fight

NOTE: This article contains SPOILERS for He-Man/ThunderCats #4

DC Comics made a promise to every fan of 1980s cartoons when the limited series He-Man/ThunderCats was announced: that they would finally see the Master of the Universe cross blades with Lion-O of Third Earth. It’s a fair assumption, but the series itself dropped a few bombshells before He-Man and Lion-O could actually meet – and the odds of a team-up seemed particularly long once He-Man… well, died. But who are we kidding? Royal funeral or no, we always knew that Prince Adam would be rising to greatness once again.

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Dragon Ball Z: Every Movie In The Franchise, Ranked

Gogeta Dragon Ball Z fushion Goku Vegeta

Dragon Ball Z is arguably the most popular anime on the planet, but its accompanying movies… well, not so much. The films are often repeat stories of whichever saga they happen to set in, adding nothing new to the franchise, while they are generally considered to be out of place within the DBZ canon. There are some notable exceptions, though. The more recent movies are part of the official Dragon Ball continuity, while a couple of the earlier specials have recently been canonized by both the manga and the anime.

Whether or not a movie is canon won’t necessarily impact its ranking, although expect to find the movies that go out of …

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