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‘Killing Eve’ Season 3 Debuting Two Weeks Early

  There is some good news out there! In a nice surprise, AMC and BBC America announced today that the premiere of season three of their critically acclaimed, smash hit series Killing Eve is moving up two weeks early to April 12.   Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for CBR.com and Movie News Net. His sci-fi […]

Review – ‘Better Call Saul’ S5/E5: “Dedicado a Max”

Season 5 just keeps getting better in an episode that focuses on Jimmy and Kim, as well as a recovering Mike.  “Dedicado a Max” features more wonderful performances and references to Breaking Bad, as this episode continues to propel the season forward. Better Call Saul has become a must-watch show for fans of Breaking Bad. […]

Star Trek Picard: S1/E10 Review: ‘Et In Arcadia Ego, Part 2’

Star Trek: Picard has largely been about choices. Picard makes a choice resigning Starfleet that alters his life forever. The Federation makes a choice, banning synths, that leads to catastrophe for the Romulans. The season finale asks Soji to make a choice to save the galaxy. It’s a false choice. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for […]

Review – ‘Better Call Saul’ S5/E4: “Namaste”

“Namaste” is another solid entry in the impressive start of season five. This episode continues many of the story threads that were introduced in the previous episode, and we get to see Saul Goodman in courtroom action. Josh RauschJosh is a proud father, husband, and freelance writer. Josh is a diehard Star Wars fan, but […]

Star Trek: Discovery Post-Production Continues From Home

With Star Trek: Picard winding down its first season this week, and very little on the horizon in terms of new content, you might have been hoping that season three of Star Trek: Discovery was just around the corner. Well. There’s good news, and bad news. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for CBR.com and Movie News […]

Star Trek: Picard S1/E9 Review – ‘Et In Arcadia Ego, Part 1’

With just two episodes left in its first season, Star Trek: Picard arrives exactly where it should – on the doorstep of answers. There’s only one problem. Thanks to the feast or famine structure of the series so far, there’s really nothing left for our heroes to learn. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for CBR.com and […]

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‘Batwoman’ Production Assistant May Never Walk Again After On-Set Accident

More tragedies continue to happen in the entertainment world, but this time is not related to coronavirus. Miguel FernandezMiguel Fernández is a Spanish student that has movies as his second passion in life. His favorite movie of all time is The Lord of the Rings, but he is also a huge Star Wars fan. However, fantasy […]

Star Trek: Picard S1/E8 Review: ‘Broken Pieces’

For most of the season, a chief complaint about Star Trek: Picard has been that it’s been too vague with its mysteries. Why did this person do that, or why is any of this happening? In “Broken Pieces,” the answers finally come, and the season locks into something like cohesion, though not quite. Darby HarnDarby […]

Richard E. Grant Joins ‘Loki’ Series on Disney+

The show will presumably come out early 2021, that is if coronavirus does not get in the way. Miguel FernandezMiguel Fernández is a Spanish student that has movies as his second passion in life. His favorite movie of all time is The Lord of the Rings, but he is also a huge Star Wars fan. However, […]

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Rumor: Mark Ruffalo Confirmed For She-Hulk Series

  It seems likely that Mark Ruffalo is set to reprise his role as Bruce Banner/Hulk in the Disney Plus She-Hulk series.   Mark Ruffalo had already confirmed at C2E2 in Chicago recently that he was in ‘preliminary talks‘ to join the series, but The Illuminerdi is now claiming that he is confirmed as part […]

Review – ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 5: “The Guy For This”

In my favorite episode of the season so far, Saul finds himself out of his comfort zone, Kim shines in the face of a challenge, and we are treated to yet another Breaking Bad cameo. Josh RauschJosh is a proud father, husband, and freelance writer. Josh is a diehard Star Wars fan, but has an […]

Star Trek: Picard S1/E7 Review: ‘Nepenthe’

What we believe about ourselves dictates a great deal of our life. Confidence, justified or not, can propel a person to great heights, or abyssal lows. Star Trek: Picard has been a study in the myth of the self, and nowhere more so than ‘Nepenthe.’ Have your tissues handy, folks. Darby HarnDarby Harn writes for […]

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