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'Walking Dead' Star Clarifies His 'Frustrations' With The Show

It all started with The Hollywood Reporter, which ran a story titled, “It was a little bit of a gulp moment for me,” the actor said. The article was “very fair,” but the echo chamber that followed was not what he expected. “I’ve never talked shit about the show because I wouldn’t. I don’t have

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'Glass' brings the 'Unbreakable' saga to an unsatisfying finish

Image: universal pictures / walt disney studios Watching Glass is like going to the movies with that one friend who cannot help leaning over to whisper one banal observation after another into your ear, and then leaning back satisfied that he’s just blown your mind. “In comics, this is referred to as the ‘showdown,’” explains

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Jon Hamm addresses Batman rumors: 'I'd probably fit the suit'

Hamm, 47, was quick to reply. “I’ve had rumors about that since probably  – since season one of ‘Mad Men,’” he said. “I’ve never – I’ve never had a conversation with anybody about it. Literally. And I’ve sat in the rooms with all these guys.” Hamm added, “Never been offered anything. I think the internet

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Superheroes swoop to boost Hollywood but Netflix shadow looms

While US box office grew about 9%, summer attendance figures are the second worst since 1992 A case of superheroes to the rescue in the form of Disneys Avengers: Infinity War and Incredibles 2 has fuelled the biggest boost to the US summer box office in more than a decade. However, Hollywood bosses have been

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Ant-Mans Agent Woo: do superhero films have a sidekick race problem?

Funny? Puny? Person of colour? Hollywoods problematic stereotype is seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp, Deadpool 2 and more As the comic-book movie machine churns on, spinning myriad variations on a limited set of themes, similarities are bound to emerge. Watching the new Ant-Man and the Wasp brought home a fresh one to me: the

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Comic sales are down as readers abandon print

Comic book and graphic novel sales fell 6.5% in 2017 from a 2016 high of $1.015 billion. Graphic novels brought in $570 million while comic books brought in about $350 million. A report posted to Comichron notes that comic stores are still the biggest source for revenue while $90 million is attributable to digital downloads.