Daniel Craig Confirms Bond 25 Return

After months of uncertainty over whether he would return, Daniel Craig has now confirmed that he will return as 007 in James Bond 25. Despite saying very recently that he had not yet reached a decision on whether or not he would return for a fifth outing as the character, it seems as if Craig has either now made a decision or was simply playing coy.

Craig has famously complained about playing the character of Bond and the physical toll the role has taken on him, which has led to a ton of speculation that the actor was giving up the role and moving on to other projects. Naturally, after the more divisive response …

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Defenders: 15 Times Iron Fist Actually Did Something Awesome

Danny Rand, also known as the Iron Fist of K’un-Lun, was a reliably badass Marvel hero for decades in the comics, before his poorly received Netflix series turned him into something of a laughing stock among the MCU’s stable of well-regarded street-level heroes.

Despite the bad reviews and word-of-mouth, however, Danny Rand still manages to pull off a number of cool moments, in addition to all of the crazy feats of kung-fu he’s executed through his years of adventures in the comics.

The Danny presented in Iron Fist is troubled and confused, his judgement clouded by his past and present pulling him in different directions. Judging by the …

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Star Wars: 15 Ways The Last Jedi Could Go Horribly Wrong

When a franchise is as historic and beloved as Star Wars is, it’s only natural that fan expectations for any future installments tend to rocket sky high. After the less than stellar initial reception of the prequel trilogy, and Disney’s acquisition of the franchise for $4 billion in 2012, it’s also understandable for fans to find themselves growing concerned about the future of the galaxy far, far away.

There’s no denying that The Force Awakens had quite the steep hill to climb prior to its release; and while some …

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Alien: Covenant Deleted Scenes Explain How David Created the Xenomorphs

David and Experimented Shaw in Alien Covenant

Still confused by Alien: Covenant? Fret not, the home video release may offer some answers thanks to some incredibly revealing deleted scenes.

Covenant marketed itself on being a return to the franchise’s space-horror roots, but it was very much a sequel to Ridley Scott’s previous prequel Prometheus. We picked up with Michael Fassbender’s Peter O’Toole-influenced android David, who, following the death of creator/father Peter Weyland, has evolved from dutiful, curious child into a life-developing psychopath of his own.

At the core of the film was the reveal that David bioengineered the iconic Xenomorph using the black goo pathogen favored by humanity’s own creators the Engineers, …

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Cate Blanchett In Talks For The House With A Clock In Its Walls

Cate Blanchett as Hela in Thor Ragnarok

The House With A Clock In Its Walls. Based on the 1973 children’s book by John Bellairs and illustrated by Edward Gorey, the big screen adaptation was announced back in June with Eli Roth in the director’s chair and Jack Black starring. The script will be penned by Erik Kripke, who is perhaps best known as the creator of the Supernatural series. The House With A Clock In Its Walls will be produced by Kripke alongside Brad Fischer and James Vanderbilt for Amblin Entertainment and …

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