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Does Sharknado 2: The Second One Look Worse? Is That A Good Thing?

Remember Sharknado? Remember? No? Ok, we’ll catch you up. Sharknado was a minor blip on the pop culture radar around comic con last year. The outlandish title coupled with stunt casting and a heaping portion of internet chatter propelled the shark-sploitation film to higher heights than Asylum could  have ever hoped for. Now, only one year later, Asylum is about to release an aptly titled sequel. Sharknado 2: The Second […]


David Fincher’s Gone Girl Gets New Trailer

Gone Girl, the new film from David Fincher, looks to be a spooky and atmospheric thriller based around the potential innocence of a man accused of killing his wife. The film has themes similar to many of Fincher’s best works. We’ll see how the film ultimately pans out. Is is unfair of me to instantly see a Bond Girl and Batman running around on screen? Probably. Regardless, it’s a Fincher […]


X-Men To Expand Into Live Action TV Series?

The X-men have a lot of members. Even just if you count the flagship teams like the All-New X-men, Uncanny X-men, and the Adjectiveless X-men. But that’s not including Cable’s X-Force, the Uncanny X-Force, Excalibur, X-Factor, the Xtreme X-men and the Young X-men. And those are just the major teams. There are literally thousands of X-men waiting to appear on the big screen. Well, X-men: Days of Future Past scribe […]

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Update: Chris Brown Charge Reduced to Misdemeanor

Singer and bodyguard released without bail

As an update to the story we reported yesterday about Chris Brown’s arrest in Washington, DC…CNN reports that in court on Monday, Brown’s charges, along with those of his bodyguard, were reduced from felony assault to misdemeanor simple assault charges, and that the two were subsequently unshackled and released without bail. The initial arrest came after a physical altercation outside the W Hotel in DC early Sunday morning, during which […]


George Lucas’ Prequel Ideas Date Back To 1981

J.W. Rinzler, the famed Star Wars and Indianna Jones doumentarian, is preparing a new book chronicling the 30th anniversery of The Return of the Jedi. In it Rinzler has this quote attributed to Lucas, which was pulled from a confrence call. “Well, anyway, Luke’s father gets subverted by the Emperor. He gets a little weird at home and his wife begins to figure out that things are going wrong and […]


Fear of a Black Johnny Storm

The internet has been buzzing with the prospect of a Michael B Jordan taking on the iconic role of Johnny Storm in the new Josh Trank helmed Fantastic Four reboot. Many feel that Jordan should not be considered to play the role based on his skin color. These people are idiots. If Jordan is cast in the reboot he would suit the character perfectly. He’s boyish, charming, and charismatic just […]


Are You Commanding the Stage, or Demanding Attention?

The following post is adapted from an article I wrote last year for The Developing Artist about commanding the stage versus demanding attention. Despite the need for indie artists to record  and sell their music, I personally believe live performance is a key ingredient these days in the career of any DIY musician, and polishing our stage presence is something we can’t overlook. Ultimately, as an artist, you’re not just […]